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DONOHOE, M. T., CLERK OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC INSTI-

TUTIONS.

remarks relative to records of commissioners

105

Sworn

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1235
record of meeting of commissioners April, 1891, read

1235
testimony relative to records .

1235–1237
sworn

3268
testimony relative to records of Board of Commissioners 3269-3275
cross-examination

3276-3278
DRIED APPLES
testimony of:
Helen H. Allen relative to

. 1821
DRUGGIST
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to

. 1104, 1268, 1319
DRUGS. See MEDICINES.
DRUM TO DESTROY VERMIN. See VERMIN.
DRUNKENNESS AT STATE INSTITUTIONS
testimony of:
Mrs. Evans relative to

785, 786
DRUNKENNESS OF OFFICERS. See OFFICERS AND DOCTORS.
DUDLEY, WARREN P., (SECRETARY OF THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMIS-

SIONERS.

Sworn

.

66+
testimony relative to:

certifying by civil service commissioners to character of ap-

plicant for position at Long Island on recommendation
of superintendent

671-673
examinations given and salaries paid by institutions, 664-667, 669-671
positions for paupers within classified list

664
salary of deputy superintendent of Long Island

667-669
DYING, RITES OF CHURCH FOR
testimony of:
Mr. McCaffrey relative to

173
DYING AND DEAD, CARE AND BURIAL OF
opening statement of Mr. Brandeis relative to burial of dead

132
testimony of:

Dr. Cogswell relative to condition of Alexander Wallace, 2907, 2908
death of man named Herrick .

2910
death of woman named McDonough

2910, 2911
burial of the dead

3106, 3106, 3109-3113
Dr. Newell relative to treatment of dead bodies

1080-1082
death at Charlestown almshouse

1129, 1130
burial of the dead

1123, 1295
supply of ice in the dead house

1123
treatment of dead bodies

1213-1219
Dr. Parker relative to burial book .

497, 498
burial robes

497
burial of the dead

368, 369, 486
screens around coffins

497

3106

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DYING AND DEAD, CARE AND BURIAL OF, continued.
testimony of:
Mr. Brownell relative to lack of privacy for the dying

652
Mrs. Evans relative to burial of the dead

734, 777, 778
Mr. Farmer relative to burial of the dead, 1030-1034, 1044-1049

mistake in sending dead body of man to relatives instead
of woman

1042-1044
Reginald H. Fitz, M.D., relative to isolated room for the
dying

2828, 2829
Mr. Hale relative to subject of burials

607, 608
Mr. Higgins relative to not finding body of Edward Cuddy, 1056, 1057
Mrs. Lincoln relative to .

36, 40, 109
Mr. McCaffrey relative to burial of dead

170-173, 292–295
dead-house

319
undertaking

215, 216
Mr. Morrill relative to burial of dead at Deer Island 1461, 1462
receiving tombs at Deer Island

1525-1527
Mrs. Moran relative to death of and failure to recover body of
Edward Cuddy

1056
Wm. A. Witham relative to deaths in solitary cells

2382
Mr. White relative to sickness and death of one of wharf
gang

1711-1713
ECONOMY
testimony of:

Mrs. Evans relative to economy in matter of buildings . 731-733
economy practised in city institutions compared with State
institutions

726–735
Mr. Hale relative to economy

613, 618
EGAN, JOHN F. (DISTRICT CHIEF OF THE FIRE DEPARTMRNT.)

544
testimony relative to fire-appliances at Long and Rainsford Islands,
including report made to fire conmmissioners

545-547, 550-553
cross-examination

547-550, 553–558
EGGS
testimony of:
Helen H. Allen relative to

1820, 1821
EIGHTEENTH HEARING

1170-1247
EIGHTH HEARING .

401-467
ELEVENTH HEARING

664-724
EMERGENCY CASES AT HOUSE OF CORRECTION
testimony of:
Dr. Bancroft relative to response to

2325, 2326
EMPLOYEES AT LONG ISLAND AND DEER ISLAND
testimony of:

Dr. Newell relative to employment of subordinates by super-
intendent at Deer Island

1132
EMPLOYEES AT CHARLESTOWN ALMSHOUSE
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to

1294,'1295

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EMPLOYMENT OF SUBORDINATES.

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CONTRACTORS. See

Sworn

testimony of :

Mrs. Evans relative to the hiring of by superintendent, at
Long Island.

868
Mr. Ring relative to discharging subordinates by the superin-
tendent at Long Island

983, 984
EMPLOYMENT OF PAUPERS. See also COMPULSORY LABOR.
EMPLOYMENT OF PAUPERS
testimony of:

Mrs. Evans relative to work provided at Tewksbury and
Long Island

812-815
Mr. McCaffrey relative to quitting of work by inmates in the

308, 309
Dr. Newell relative to

1120, 1121
EMPLOYMENT OF PRISONERS BY CONTRACTORS.

CONTRACTORS.
EMPLOYMENT OF WHOLE FAMILIES IN THE INSTITUTIONS
testimony of:
Howard W. Upton relative to .

1950, 1951
EMPLOYMENT OF THE WOMEN
testimony of:
Mr. McCaffrey relative to

218, 219
ERNST, HAROLD C., M.D.

2967
testimony relative to:
hospital at Long Island

2969
summer hospital

2967-2969, 2970, 2971–2973
visit to Long Island

2972, 2973
ERSKINE, EVERETT, (OFFICER AT DEER ISLAND).

1332
testimony of:

relative to absence of superintendent Gerrish during riot 1370
cause of riot at Deer Island

1370-1380
clothing of prisoners at Deer Island

1350, 1351
conduct of superintendent Gerrish during the riots and man-
ner of addressing officers

1353-1356
discipline

1337-1344, 1366, 1367, 1378-1380
drunken officers at Deer Island

1344-1348, 1391-1403
duties

1365, 1368
escapes from Deer Island

1348, 1349, 1404, 1405
food on officers' table

1427
gambling at Deer Island

1348
gambling, and searching of prisoners at Deer Island

1404
keeping of books

1425
liquor furnished to officers at Deer Island by National Con-
struction Company

1301-1399
medical treatment at Deer Island

1351-1353, 1411-1415, 1425
name of persons who suggested that he appear at hearings
as a witness

1361-1363

Sworn

1408–1411, 1430, 1434

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ERSKINE, EVERETT, continued.
testimony of relative to:
number of cells necessary

1423
occupation and duties at Deer Island

1332, 1333
prisoners at Deer Island detailed to work for contractors,

1405-1408
prisoners working with laborers on the sewers

1349, 1350
private affairs.

1417
punishment at Deer Island, 1333, 1337–1344, 1380–1391, 1431-1434
punishment of prisoners, requested punised by officer
Halloran

1369, 1370
rank of officers at Deer Island

1367, 1368
reason for resignation as officer

1363-1365
record of punishments

1424, 1431-1434
reprimand before bootblack

1416, 1417
riots at Deer Island

1416, 1421-1423, 1428-1430
riot, conduct of superintendent during

1415, 1416
sending supplies to individuals

1435, 1436
shoes and clothing of prisoners

,
signals given when strangers came to the island

1426-1428
stealing of clothing by the prisoners

1403
strike and riot at Deer Island, and cause, 1334-1337, 1348, 1406
stringing up of prisoners at Deer Island .

1417-1421
treatment given prisoners by officers

**1435, 1436
treatment of boys in House of Reformation and Truant School, 1426
troubles at Deer Island .

1425-1427
trouble about a boy named Murphy

1337, 1379
visit of commissioners to Deer Island

1434
ESCAPES FROM DEER ISLAND
testimony of:
Frank M. Brown relative to

1830, 1831, 1846, 1852
Mr. Erskine relative to

1348, 1349, 1404, 1405
Mr. Fulton relative to shooting of escaping men

1611, 1612

1622, 1622
John B. Greaton relative to

1970
Daniel F. Knights relative to

2044, 2045
Howard W. Upton relative to .

1940
.
testimony of:
Wm. Withani relative to

2416, 2417, 2445
EVANS, ELIZABETH G. (MEMBER OF BOARD OF VISITORS.)

67+
recalled.

3432
to :
testimony relative to :
able-bodied working

683-686
abolishing free-pass system

686, 688
appearance before the committee

674
arn-chairs

698
airing for the children

711, 725, 726, 826
baths for inmates

819, 820

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EXERCISES. AND SCHOOLS FOR PRISONERS

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EVANS, ELIZABETH G., continued.
testimony relative to:
bed-ridden patients .

761, 762, 832, 1028
Blockley almshouse in Philadelphia

855, 856
board of consulting physicians

710
board of visitors, and report made to the mayor

674-676
buildings and land at Westboro' and West Roxbury

823-826
building stone-sheds, Long Island

864
burial of dead at Long Island .

734, 777, 778
butter

707, 708, 854, 862
character of Mr. Desmond

863, 864
character and history of each inmate with a view to classifi-
cation

680-683
classification

737, 3432-3435, 3467–3476
cleanliness of institution.

692, 693, 757, 758, 3463, 3464
clothing of inmates .

758
clothing, inmate going without a petticoat

854, 855
complaints of inmates

745-749 3458, 3459, 3461-3466
complaint of quantity of food served

836-839
complete separation of the sexes

687-689, 691
compulsory labor

737-742, 869, 874, 3435–3437
conversation with commissioners

861, 870
cooking of the food .

770, 771, 853, 854
copies of report of board of visitors

808-810
corrections in report of board of visitors

751
covered wagon for the sick

709
cutting down diet by Dr. Cogswell . .774-776, 799-801, 852, 853
diet lists

813, 844
dinner

759, 760
dinner at Dr. Cogswell's .

827-829
discharging of persons with contagious diseases 777, 1027, 1028
discharging of patients

775, 847, 850–852
Dr. Cogswell's statement in regard to milk, and ordering
special diets

750, 751
drinking of officer Smith

868
economy in matter of buildings

731-733
economy practised in city institutions in comparison with State
institutions

726-735
elevating character and tone of inmates

3437-3440
erection of stone-sheds on Long Island

856, 857
expenditures of commissioners

797, 798
explanation of the questions asked in previous hearings by Mr.
Curtis.

858-860
extent recommendations of committee have been carried out, 781-784
extravagance in running institution, and investigation of
pauper cases

778-780
feeling of Dr. Cogswell towards the inmates

872
fire facilities
free passes for inmates

732, 753
furnishings in Dr. Cogswell's house

829-331

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697, 698, 753

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