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HALE, GEORGE H., continued.
testimony relative to:

liability of relatives or of the pauper himself upon subse-

quently obtaining means, pensions, etc., 610-612, 624-626, 033
management of the different institutions

623
new buildings, Long Island

622
pauper maintenance

626-628
personal cleanliness

606
public experience, study of the pauper question, compulsory
labor in the institutions

586-600
rules and regulations

606, 607
separation of the poor from the criminals

600, 601, 620, 621
separation of the departments of men and women 601, 602, 630
separation of the sick from the well

630
statutes that provides for making of rules for paupers 628, 629
subject of burials

607, 608
temptation to live in idleness, and to whom public relief is
not a necessity

608, 609
training school for nurses

618-622, 633, 634
workhouse and almshouse being synonymous .

631, 632
HALL, ALDERMAN
motion that conimittee go into executive session

25
remarks relative to:
appearance of counsel

7
calling witness to the stand

951-953
closing of investigation

3257-3268
committee going into executive session to consider communi-
cations

25-29
consideration of report of board of visitors

677, 678
giving name of boy who said that officer Hickey was in-
fuencing witness

1533-1537
letters from George S. Hale on legal points

943, 944
naming of witness by Mrs. Lincoln in her cross-examination . 86-88
requesting copy of letters of Mr. Hale and corporation counsel,

containing references to the statutes and existing laws upon
the question of the rights of commissioners .

762
testimony of Mr. Hale

617, 618
HALL, OFFICER. See OFFICERS AND DOCTORS, ETC.
HALLORAN, MARTIN A.

1989-2026
recalled

2068
testimony relative to:
civil service examination appointment

2090-2093
assistance of prisoners

2081, 2082, 2083
cash book

2023

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discipline

1995, 2083-2086, 2089
duties at Deer Island

1989, 1990, 2024, 2025
explanation of books or accounts kept of the clothing 2068,2973

2086-2089

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HALLORAN, MARTIN A., continued.
testimony relative to:
explanation of cash book

2073-2077, 2086-3089
instructions given him relative to duties .

2023-2025
intoxication of officers

1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2014, 2015
manner in which clothing, money, etc., of prisoners is re-
corded.

2077, 2078–2081, 2086–2089
manner in which he obtained situation

2013, 2014-2017
profanity of officers

1994, 2015, 2016
property taken from prisoners

2025, 2026
reason for not appearing at hearing

1990, 1991
salary

2013
system of book-keeping

1995, 1997-2013
trouble between officers and prisoners

2016
trouble with prisoners

2022, 2023
trouble at Long Island with a Mr. Toland, 1991-1993, 2016-2022

2081
visit of Dr. Newell to the institutions in the absence of the
superintendent

2089, 2090, 2093, 2094
HALLSTRAM, ALDERMAN, CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE ON INTES-

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remarks relative to:
appearance of counsel

2-6
admitting new testimony during cross-examination .

97
allowing privileges .

124
allowing witness to make explanation

389, 390
appearance of Mr. John B. Moran as counsel for Mr. Nicholas
J. Quinn

270-274
books kept at Deer Island

2075
calling of witnesses to the stand

951
changing seats of certain gentleman during hearing

1520
closing proceedings upon Deer Island

2129, 2130
committee going into executive session to consider communi-
cations

25-30
copies of punishment book

2323
cross-examinations .

110
cross-examination of Mr. Erskine

1361, 1362
decision of comınittee relative to appearance of counsel and
witness

7
examination by Mr. Curtis of charges made by Mrs. Lincoln. 17, 18
examination of requisitions for supplies and dates

1291-1294
examination of witness and cross-examination

2787, 2788
future procedure of the investigation

2131, 232
giving name of a boy who said that officer Hickey was trying
to influence a witness

1534-1540
introducing as evidence an article published in the "Herald ”
Aug. 30, 1891

643, 644
method of conducting hearing

471, 1669
naming officer who told witness that book of punishments
were out of office April 5, 1894

1517-1520

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HALLSTRAM, ALDERMAN, continued.
remarks relative to:

not allowing testimony regarding Long Island after case has
been finished relative to same

1988
producing and reading records of commissioners by Mr.
Donohue without having been sworn

1233, 1234
producing charges made by Mrs. Lincoln to commissioners
Aug. 5, 1891

562-506
producing records of board of public institutions

420-426
punishment of boy

1501, 1502
putting Charles J. Prescott on the witness stand

1358-1360
questioning witness as to what he remembers of his direct
testimony

395
question asked Dr. Bancroft by alderman Lomasney relative
to policy of having board of visitors

2255-2257
question relative to opinion of witness (Mrs. Evans) as to

recommendation of removing present board of commis-
sioners public institutions

743
guestioning of witness

415
questioning witness (Mrs. Lincoln) relative to children's hos-
pital

1025
records of commissioners of public institutions 1237–1259, 1267
report of committee of the whole

2185
summoning of C. A. Brown.

124
sunimons sent Mr. Farmer and Mr. Ring

954
testimony of Dr. Parker relating to improvements recently

made being due to letter of Mrs. Lincoln dated Jan. 10,
1894, in the "
Transcript

514
Dr. Putnam relative to Blockley almshouse

918, 919
Mr. Hale relative to economy.

617
testimony relating to hospital records

483
testimony of Dr. Putnam relative to Blockley Almshouse, 918, 919
visit of State Board of Lunacy and Charity and remarks upon
condition of Long and Rainsford Islands

1118, 1119
vote of committee to proceed with investigation of Long Island, 12
witness (Mrs. Evans) testifying relative to dinner at Dr.
Cogswell's

828
witness answering question

403
request for written charges which Mrs. Lincoln gave to board
of commissioners.

559
request of committee to obtain a copy of report of board of
visitors from the mayor

24
report subnitted

25
rulings on :

cross-examination of Dr. Bancroft by Alderman Lomasney
relative to policy of having board of visitors

2255-2257
summoning the Mayor to appear before conmittee .

2125
taking of hearsay evidence by committee

176
right of counsel to ask witness (Mrs. Lincoln) as to whether
she preferred charges against another hospital or not .

1025

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HALLSTRAM, ALDERMAN, continued.
rulings on:

introduction of letter of Mrs. Lincoln to the “ Transcript,”
Jan. 10, 1894, as evidence

517
introduction of letter after defence has commenced its case. 2803
information given by witness, and receiving of same by com-
niittee.

517, 518
committee resolving themselves into inspectors of prisons

9.36
naming of officer who told witness (Mr. Morrill) that book of
punishments were out of office April 5, 1894

15 16
Mr. Ryerson's testimony relative to cost of painting a wagon, 1183
testimony of Dr. Newell relative to conversation with Board

of Lunacy and Charity on condtion of Long and Rainsford
Islands

1115
HARNESS FOR THE AMBULANCE.

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See AMBULANCE.
HARRIS, FRANCIS A., M.D.

3127
testimony

3127-313+
cross-examination

3134, 3135
re-direct examination

. 3135, 3136, 3137
re-cross examination

. 3136, 3137
HEARINGS
(FIRST.)
charges made by Mrs. Lincoln

12-17
question as to appearance of counsel and witnesses to testify

2-7
request that report of Buard of Visitors be submitted .

17-24
testimony of Mrs. Alice N. Lincoln

12-17
testimony of Mr. George H. McCaffrey .

19
(SECOND.)
letter from electrical expert in regard to condition of sub-marine
cable

121
report of board of visitors submitted

25
testimony of Mrs. Alice N. Lincoln

30-40, 97
cross-examination

40-120
(Third.)
dates and names given by Mrs. Lincoln as requested at last
hearing

122, 123
discussion relative to supply of water and health inspector's report
at Long Island

123, 124
opening statement of Mr. Brandeis

124-138
testimony of Geo. H. McCaffrey

138-154
exbibit E – submitted by Mr. McCaffrey, Ward A, diet order for
patients Long Island hospital

155
exhibit F — submitted by Mr. McCaffrey, Ward A, diet order for
patients Long Island hospital

156
exbibit G submitted by Mr. McCaffrey, Ward B, diet order for
patients Long Island hospital

157
exhibit H — submitted by Mr. McCaffrey, Ward B, diet order for
patients Long Island hospital

158

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HEARINGS, continued.
(Fourth.)
at suggestion of Mr. Brandeis it was voted to request Police

Commissioners to excuse Mr. McCaffrey from reporting
at roll-call to-night as his attendance at hearing prevented his
obtaining required sleep

159
remarks of Mr. Brandeis submitting an itemized list of number of

patients in the hospital and infirmaries, and number of rocking-
chairs there in March, 1893, divided into wards (Exlıibit I, page
207)

159
testimony of Mr. McCaffrey continued

159-186
cross-examination

186-207
exhibit I, itemized list of Mrs. Lincoln's (referred to at the begin-
ning)

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

207
letter from Rev. Father McAvoy to Mr. McCaffrey

185
(FIFTII.)
appearance of Mr. Curtis and Mr. Reed entered for Dr.
Cogswell

208
cross-examination of Geo. H. McCaffrey continued

208-269
(Sixth.)
request of Mr. John B. Moran for privilege of appearing
as attorney for Mr. Nicholas J. Quinn

270-274
remarks of chairman relative to appearance.

270-274
remarks of Messrs. Curtis & Brandeis relative to appearance
of new witnesses

272, 273
cross-examination of Mr. McCaffrey continued

274-316
redirect examination of Mr. McCaffrey by Mr. Brandeis

316, 317
recross examination of Mr. McCaffrey by Mr. Curtis

317-325
Carlan A. Brown sworn as a witness

325
testimony

325-328
exhibit K - Rules and Regulations Home for Paupers, Long
Island

311
(SEVENTH.)
remarks of Mr. Brandeis relative to summoning of J. F. Egan,
District Chief of the Fire Dept.

329
Dr. Rupert Wm. Parker sworn as a witness

329
testimony

329-384
cross-examination

384-403
(EIGHTH.)
motion that Mr. John Galvin be requested to attend next

hearing, and that Mr. Curtis be directed to have written state-
ment of complaints made by Mrs. Lincoln to commissioners,
dated Aug. 5, 1891, presented at the next meeting, carried

412
motion that the secretary of the board of commissioners of public

institutions be requested to bring the records of all meetings to
all meetings of investigating committee until further notice,
carried

412
motion that clerk of board of commissioners wait upon them and
get authority to produce records at hearings

425, 426

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