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EVANS, ELIZABETH G., continued.
testimony relative to:

hospital equipments, surgical instruments, drugs, etc., feed-
ing cups, etc.

767-770
hospital records

776, 777, 810-812
hospital and Dr. Cogswell's treatment of inmates

mat

3440-3458
house diet in use, 1892.

820
inaccuracies in report of board of visitors

711
inmates walking around the island ,

831
inmate having charge of storeroom

818, 819

3467-3482
making of sour pudding.

839, 840
management of investigation

787-791
management and organization of hospital staff

763, 764
medicines

821
milk, 704, 705, 707, 708, 725, 773, 792, 793, 821, 841, 844-847, 862

1028, 3465-3467
number of day nurses

708, 709
number of inmates in infirinary

831, 832
nurses making clothing

840, 841
personal cleanliness and neatness

692, 694
placing of children in families of a different religious faith from
their parents

867-872
plumbing

696
policy, etc., of board of commissioners of public institutions, 740–745
practice of allowing mothers to stay with their children all day
in the nursery

710, 711, 760, 761
present condition of Long Island as compared with condition in 1892

864-866, 871
printed rules in institution

689, 690, 693
privilege of clergymen to perform burial services

857
purpose of appointment of board of visitors

795, 796, 799
receiving officer Canfield

822, 823, 861
records of hospital

848, 851
record of inmates at Long Island at the Beacon-street office 810
removal of inmates from Charlestown almshouse to Long
Island

3461-3463
reply of Dr. Cogswell to report of board of visitors .

752-776
refusing food by inmates

831
report of board of visitors

679, 782–785, 862-867
reputation of Dr. Parker

843, 861, 862, 864
responsibility for the abuses resting with commissioners, 736, 737
rules and regulations

818
scant supply of clothing, flannel for petticoats, night-gowns,
etc.

764–767, 823
second help of food

831
screens around the bath-tubs for women

698
separation of sexes

816-818
special diet list

771-773
stores being given out only by paid officers

690-692

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EVANS, ELIZABETH C., continued.
testimony relative to:
subject of drunkenness at State institutions

785, 786
surgical instruments

821
superintendent of institution hiring the employees

868
supply of diet.

698-704, 705-707
supply of food

758, 759
system of classification

832-835
talk with Dr. Cogswell relative to shortage of milk

792-795
talk with Mrs. Lincoln relative to institutions

807, 808
talk with officers relative to abuses

749, 750
treating of patients by Dr. Cogswell

842, 843
testimony

963, 964
tobacco

693, 694, 835, 836
ventilation

694-696, 753, 754
visits board of visitors to institutions since making report

680
visits to Long Island by board of visitors and records of meet-
ings

742, 743, 804-807
visit to State institutions

827
warrants for vagrancy against people who come back from
Long Island

3459-3461
washing of clothes .

754-756
washing to be done by women in House of Correction 780, 781
watch clocks and night watchers

696, 697
work provided at Tewksbury and Long Island

812-815
woven wire beds

709, 710

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EXAMINATIONS GIVEN BY CIVIL SERVICE COMMIS-

SIONERS FOR POSITIONS AT LONG ISLAND
testimony of:
Warren P. Dudley relative to

664-671
EXCHANGING CLOTHING FOR TOBACCO AND LIQUOR

BY PRISONERS. See also CLOTHING OF PRISONERS.)
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to

1306
EXHIBITS
E-diet order for patients at Long Island Hospital, Ward A

155
F

156
G

B

157
H

158
I itemized list submitted by Mrs. Lincoln relative to number
of beds and rocking-chairs .

207
J - diet list, Ward 7, submitted by Mr. McCaffrey

207
K Rules and Regulations Home for Paupers

311
L-memorandum of dates of shortage in milk

323
O -- report of visiting committee (board of visitors)

ing

712-719
P- Dr. Cogswell's answer to report

719-724
Q – hospital diet-list of the State almshouse, Tewksbury

906, 907
R - indictment against James E. Cutter

2303, 2304
S – rules and regulations, Home for Paupers, Long and Rains-
ford Islands

2796

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EXHIBITS, continued.
T response of inmates to charges made by Mrs. Lincoln . 2796,

2796, 2797
bill of Charles River Iron Works

3319

U – appropriations, loans, and transfers for permanent improve-

OF COMMISSIONERS OF

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ments from 1852, 53, to 1893, 94, inclusive

3319
V act relating to vagrants

3320
EXPENDITURES OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC IN-

UBLIC
STITUTIONS
testimony of:
Mrs. Evans relative to

797, 798
EXPERIENCE OF DR. COGSWELL AS A PHYSICIAN
testimony of:
Dr. Putnam relative to

889, 890
EXTRAVAGANCES IN RUNNING INSTITUTIONS. See also

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS.
testimony of:
Mrs. Lincoln relative to

778-780
FALLON, LAURENCE P. Officer at House of Correction.
Sworn

3564
testimony

3564-3566
FARMER, LEWIS G. (MEMBER OF BOARD OF VISITORS.)

1030
testiniony relative to:

authority by which Long Island was placed under the care of
the commissioners of public institutions

1040, 1041
burial of the dead at Long Island

1030-1034, 1044-1046, 1049
graveyard at Long Island

1041, 1042

1048, 1049
law that paupers cannot be held as prisoners

1034, 1035
law relative to providing of workhouse or almshouse for the
poor

1035-1040
making of the pudding

1050, 1051
mistake in sending dead body of man instead of a woman to
relatives

1042-1044
report of board of visitors

1049, 1050
stone-shed at Long Island

1046, 1047
vagrancy law

1047, 1048
FEEDING PRISONERS
testimony of:
Mr. Ring relative to

987
FEEDING-CUPS. See Cups, ETC.
FELTON, EDWARD S. Inmate of House of Correction.

3554
testimony

3551-3564
communication sent Alderman Lomasney relative to not being al-

lowed to see investigating committee and requesting a hearing · 2705
FEMALE PRISONERS
testimony of:
Mr. Fulton relative to fighting between female criminals, 1626, 1627
mixing of boys and female prisoners

. 1629, 1639, 1640

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FEMALE PRISONERS, continued.
testimony of:
Mr. Fulton relative to imprisonment in House of Correction . 1663
quarrel between two female prisoners

1648-1650
work done in Truant School by women

1661, 1662
Mr. Twitchell relative to mixing with boys

1589, 1590
familiarity with officers

1585-1589
fight between women, Feb. 9, 1894 .

·

1582
Howard W. Upton relative to neglect of women by doctor,

1883-1885
no matron with women in the attic at Deer Island

1888
sickness among female prisoners

1915, 1916
treatment of, by Dr. Cogswell .

1880, 1881
woman who was hand-cuffed and punished by Dr. Cogs-
well

1904-1909
FIFTEENTH HEARING

985-1017
FIFTH HEARING

208-269
FIFTIETH HEARING

3045-3108
FIFTY-EIGHTH HEARING

3594-3700
FIFTY-FIFTH HEARING

3321-3413
FIFTY-FIRST HEARING

3109-3137
FIFTY-FOURTH HEARING

3257-3278
FIFTY-SECOND HEARING

3138-3218
FIFTY-SEVENTH HEARING.

3549-3593
FIFTY-SIXTH HEARING

3414-3548
FIFTY-THIRD HEARING

3219–3256
FIRE BUCKETS
testimony of:
Mr. McCaffrey relative to duty of filling

304
FIRE-ESCAPES. See FIRE FACILITIES.
FIRE FACILITIES
testimony of:

John F. Egan, district chief of the fire department, relative
to fire appliances

545-553
Dr. Cogswell relative to

,

2905–2907, 2963, 2964
Dr. McCollum relative to

2852
Dr. Newell relative to

. 1098, 1103, 1104
fire-escapes, Charlestown almshouse

1129
Dr. Parker relative to

375, 376, 418, 419, 487, 488
Mrs. Evans

697, 698, 753
Mrs. Lincoln

36-39, 49, 50, 67-71, 88, 89
Mr. Roland C. Lincoln relative to fire-pumps

1438-1442
gongs

. 1439, 1442, 1444
Mr. McCaffrey relative to

178, 179, 304, 305
Mr. Ring

961-965, 972--974
Mr. Charles J. Prescott, relative to fire-escapes . 1753, 1754, 1755
fire-escapes on buildings :

1753
security against fire .

1721-1723
FIRE AT SNOW'S COTTAGE, LONG ISLAND
testimony of:
Dr. Parker relative to

376, 377, 488, 489

.

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FIRE IN ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
testimony of:
Dr. Parker relative to

489, 490
FIREARMS, CARRYING OF BY OFFICERS AT HOUSE OF

CORRECTION. See OFFICERS AND DOCTORA.
FIRST HEARING. See also HEARINGS .

1-25
FISH, CONDITION OF
testimony of:
Helen H. Allen relative to

1820, 1821
F. M. Brown relative to

1847
Mrs. Lincoln relative to

46-48, 66, 67, 102
FITTING UP NEW HOSPITAL
testimony of:
Mr. McCaffrey relative to

298
FITZ, REGINAD H., M.D.

2803
testimony relative to:
administering of medicine

2813-2817, 2824, 2833
advisability of board of consulting physicians

2828
assistants in hospitals

2806-2812, 2813, 2833
bathing facilities

2836
bed and bedding

2806
character of diseases treated at Long Island, 2804, 2805, 2808, 2809

2810, 2811, 2835, 2836, 2837, 2838
cleanliness, sanitary arrangements .

2819-2824, 2826
clothing of inmates

2825, 2826
conveyance for sick

2827
diet, food

2805, 2807, 2808, 2827, 2832, 2833
drugs

2807
hospital building

2806, 2808
hospital physicians

2831, 2832
Hospital records

2830, 2831, 2833, 2834
isolated room for the dying

2828, 2829
management of hospital .

2839
2805, 2808, 2813–2819, 2835, 2836, 2838, 2839
qualification of Dr. Cogswell .

2834, 2837
surgical instruments

2805, 2806, 2807, 2821, 2825, 2833
ventilation

2805, 2806, 2821-2824, 2826
visit to hospital

2809, 2810
water-supply

2836, 2837
FLAHERTY, MARTIN, INMATE OF HOUSE OF CORRECTION.

2611
testimony

2611-2620
cross-examination

2620-2625
FLANDERS, WM. N.

3184
testimony

3184-3187
cross-examination

3187-3209
FOLEY, EDWARD
testimony of:

Kate Foley relative to treatment received while at House of
Correction, and transfer to insane asylum.

2133-2143

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