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FOLEY, KATE M.

2132
condition at insane asylum

2136, 2137
condition of nephew while at House of Correction, 2133, 2134, 2136,

2139, 2140, 2141
conversation with Colonel Whiton.

. 2136, 2141, 2142
nephew sent to House of Correction

2133, 2137
sentence

2134, 2135, 2138, 2139
transfer to insane asylum

2135, 2141, 2143
treatment received at House of Correction, 2137, 2140, 2142, 2143
visiting House of Correction

2133, 2139
FOLSOM, ALDERMAN
remarks relative to:
admitting questions of opinion

519
appearance of Mr. Riley .

1065
calling of Dr. Cogswell to the stand

953
statement of Dr. Cogswell

2870
FOOD
testimony of:
Charles C. Allen relative to

2556-2558, 2579
Helen H. Allen relative to complaint of officers against qual-
ity of the food

1825
food supplied for boys running short

1825
officers' food

1827
quality and condition

1819-1828
quality of food after May, 1889

1882, 1823, 1826
Dr. Bancroft relative to food served prisoners at House of
Correction

2298, 2299
Dr. Cogswell relative to .

2909, 3035, 3036
Dr. Fitz relative to .

2805, 2807, 2808, 2827, 2832, 2833
Dr. Newell relative to quantity and quality

1090-1092
butter

1243, 1244, 1322, 1323
food at Deer Island .

1299-1301
paid attendants put over food and supplies

1270
pork, meat, etc.

1214-1247
Dr. Parker relative to general condition of

528, 529
inmates applying for admission to the hospital for the
food

522
quality of

540-544
Frank M. Brown relative to

1831, 1832
Mr. Brownell relative to insufficient supply of nourishing
food

652-655, 661, 662
Isaac H. Cook relative to butter

2106

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Mrs. Evans relative to butter .

complaints made about quantity of food
. cooking

707, 708, 854, 862

836-839
770, 771, 853, 85+

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FOOD, continued.
testimony of:
Mrs. Evans relative to making of sour pudding

839, 840
refusing food by inmates .

831
second help of food

831
supply of food.

758, 759
John L. Frazier relative to

2584-2587
Mr. Farmer relative to making of pudding in the sink 1050, 1051
John B. Greaton relative to

1954, 1964
Dr. Jelly relative to quantity of food necessary to nourish the
body

2477, 2478
Daniel F. Knights, relative to

2045
Mrs. Lincoln relative to butter

1016, 1017
Mr. McCaffrey relative to insufficiency of food

160
preparation of .

162
Francis J. Melvin relative to

2525, 2537, 2538, 2546, 2547
Mr. Morrill relative to butter at Deer Island .

1522-1524
food at Deer Island .

1461, 1525
Dr. McCollum relative to

2846
Mr. Roland C. Lincoln relative to pudding made in the sink, 1439, 1440
tea

1439, 1444
Mr. Charles J. Prescott relative to butter and eggs, 1726, 1776-1778
supply of food.

1743, 1744
Mr. Ring relative to quality

967, 968
Wm. H. Stone relative to

1977, 1983
Howard W. Upton relative to law relating to reporting com-

plaints of food made by prisoners to superintendent by officers, 1926
Wm. A. Witham relative to food for solitary prisoners at
House of Correction 2380, 2381, 2389–2393, 2396, 2397, 2400,

2401, 2422, 2423, 2425, 2426, 2446, 2447, 2452
Mr. White relative to food

1682, 1710
FOOTWEAR OF PRISONERS
testimony of Dr. Newell relative to

1310
FORTIETH HEARING

2543-2514
FORTY-EIGHTH HEARING

2960--3000
FORTY-FIFTH HEARING

2798-2862
FORTY-FIRST HEARING

2515-2587
FORTY-FOURTH HEARING

2751-2797
FORTY-NINTH HEARING

3001-3044
FORTY-SECOND HEARING

2588-2704
FORTY-SEVENTH HEARING

2001-2959
FORTY-SIXTH HEARING

2863-2903
FORTY-THIRD HEARING

2705-2750
FOTTLER, ALDERMAN
motion to go into executive session

679
remarks relative to:

Examination of witness relative to Charlestown Alms- .
house

1667, 1669
going into executive session

679
method of conducting bearing

470
putting Charles J. Prescott on the witness-stand

1358, 1360

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FOUL AIR, RESULT UPON HEALTH
testimony of:
Dr. Banoroft, relative to

2317, 2318
FOURTEENTH HEARING

908-984
FOURTH HEARING .

159-208
FRAZIER, JOHN L.

2583
testiniony relative to:
quality of food

2584-2586, 2587
rough language

2586
FREE-PASS SYSTEM. See Pass SYSTEM.
FRUIT
testimony of:
Miss Helen H. Allen relative to

1828
FULTON, FRANK P., OFFICER AT DEER ISLAND

1595
testimony relative to :
age of boys in House of Reformation or Truant School

1611
bathing of the boys .

1605, 1606
brutality of officers .

1599-1605
character of boys at the institution, 1631, 1632, 1635, 1636, 1638, 1639
condition of Officer Wells

1658, 1659
conduct of Officer Averill

1663
conduct of Officer Morrill

1650
conduct of officers during riots

1607-1608, 1623–1625
conduct of superintendent during the riot,

1617, 1618, 1624, 1632-1635, 1636
conduct and classification of boys in House of Reformation
and Truant School

1641-1613, 1659, 1662
conversation with Mr. Morrill relative to testimony,

1653-1658, 1660, 1661
different branches taught in school, etc. .

1650, 1651
discipline

1609–1610, 1617, 1618

609
duties

1615
drunken officers

159

1595–1597, 1599, 1612, 1913, 1619
drunkenness of officers

1647
electric stock .

1612
feeling towards officer Hickey

1621
female prisoners fighting

1626, 1627
general condition of House of Reformation

1639, 1640
guard at Shirley Gut.

1614, 1629 1646, 167, 1651, 1652
immorality of officers

1637, 1638
imprisonment of female convicts in the House of Correction 1663
information relative to abuses

1613, 1614
inmates drinking liquor .

1598
instructor from Chelsea

1647, 1651
liquor on the island

1597, 1598
mixing of boys and female prisoners

1629, 1639, 1640
night watchiman, sleeping places of boys

1629, 1631
punishment of boys. 1599-160, 1614, 1615, 1619, 1621, 1622, 1628

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FULTON, FRANK P., continued.
testimony relative to:
officers dismissed at the time the mayor investigated

1636
punishment of boy Kenney

1619, 1620, 1644, 1645
punishment of boys sent down to the island a second time 1645
punishment of prisoners ,

1606, 1607, 1615-1617, 1629
quarrel between two female prisoners

1648-1650
reforming boys

1623-1628, 1631, 1632
riot at Deer Island,

1606-1609, 1615-1618, 1524-1626, 1632-1634, 1636, 1645, 1646
shooting of men escaping and murder

1611, 1612, 1621, 1622
stringing up of prisoners .

1647, 1648
superintendent of schools

1605
trouble between superintendent and deputy

1634, 1635
Truant School, number of rooms

1660
visits of doctor to House of Reformation

1611, 1618, 1619
work done in Truant School by women convicts

1661, 1662
use of liquor

a1643
GALVIN, JOHN, SUPERINTENDENT OF THE HOME FOR PAUPERS
AT RAINSFORD ISLAND

2735
testimony

2735-2750, 2751-2755
cross-examination.

2755-2777
re-direct examination

.2777-2781,2784, 2785
re-cross-examination

2781-2784, 2785

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GAMBLING AT INSTITUTIONS

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testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to prisoners gambling with inmates,

1079, 1206-1209
Mr. Erskine relative to gambling at Deer Island

1348, 1401
John B. Greaton relative to

1960, 1965
Daniel F. Knights relative to officers gambling, 2059, 2060, 2064-2067
Mr. McCaffrey

319, 320
Wm. H. Stone relative to officers gambling

1977, 1980
prisoners gambling .

1976, 1982, 1983
Howard W. Upton relative to gambling among the inmates,

1887, 1920
GOODMONT, GEORGE. INMATE OF HOUSE OF CORRECTION.

2663
testimony

2663-2670
GOODS SOLD INSTITUTIONS.
testimony of:
Wm. N. Flanders relative to

3184-3209
GRAVEYARD AT LONG ISLAND
testimony of:
Mr. Farmer relative to

1041, 1042
GREATON, JOHN B. (Ex-OFFICER AT DEER ISLAND)

1954
testimony relative to:
attitude of superintendent at time of strikes

1969, 1970

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GREATON, JOHN B., continued.
testimony relative to:
condition of cells

1958, 1959, 1964, 1965, 1967
conduct of officers

1955, 1956, 1962
discipline

1955, 1956, 1962, 1963, 1966, 1970
drunkenness of officer Gerrish

1966, 1967
duties at Long Island

1954, 1955
escapes

1970
food

1959, 1964
intoxication of prisoners .

1959
liquor on the island.

1958, 1964
meeting and conversation with Dr. Newell

1960, 1961
performing work of officers who were drunk

1959
prisoners gambling .

1960, 1965
prisoners insulting officers

1959, 1968
punishments

1955, 1958, 1959, 1963, 1965, 1966
punishments at State Prison in New Hampshire

1961, 1962
punishment of man being subject to epilepsy.

1966
resignation

1966
strikes

1968, 1969, 1970, 1971
tobacco, use of

1969
ventilation

1958, 1964, 1967, 1968
GUARD AT SHIRLEY GUT
testimony of:
Mr. Fulton relative to

1614, 1629, 1646, 1647, 1651, 1652
Wm. H. Stone relative to

1987
HALE, GEORGE H. (WITNESS)

586
testimony relative to:
letters on legal points

943, 944
amount of money spent and work done in the last five years 634
appointment of board of visitors

620
Charlestown almshouse

612
classification

602, 603
classification, work and punishments

630
collection of statistics concerning the paupers and cause of
pauperism

615, 616
conducting institutions according to enlightened principles, 632, 633
cost of maintenance of the paupers at Long Island .

614, 615
desirability of providing one or more suitable buildings in each

of the suburban districts where poor of that section could
be maintained

613, 630, 631
disciplina, subject of passes, etc

605, 606, 623-625
distribution of tobacco

603-605, 629
economy

613, 614, 616-618
interesting of persons interested in private charities in public
charities

619
investigation being made to determine whether persons are
paupers or not

609, 610
letter given to commissioners

628

Sworn

602,

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