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HEARINGS (Eighth), continued.

cross-examination of Dr. Rupert Wm. Parker continued, 412-420, 420-467
remarks of Mr. Brandeis relative to report of District Chief Eyan, 404
motion that board of fire commissioners be requested to place in

the hands of District Chief Egan the original report made by
him upon condition of fire apparatus Long Island, carried

404
discussion relative to records of commissioners of public institu-
tions

404-412, 420-426
(NINTII.)
cross-examination of Dr. Parker continued . . 468, 506-513, 519-544
John F. Egan, district chief of the fire department

544-546
cross-examination

547-550
redirect examination

550-553
recross examination

553-557
discussion relative to charges of Mrs. Lincoln, and reply of Mr.
John Galvin, superintendent at Long Island

559-566
motion to go into executive session to consider same

566
report of chairman on decision of committee

566
John S. Morphy sworn

566
testimony

566-578
cross-examination

578-585
motion that the superintendent of Long Island be requested to
produce the hospital records

472
(Tenth.)
testimony of:
Geo. S. Hale

586-621, 632-634
cross-examination

621-632
testimony of:
Atherton Brownell

634-644, 657–661
cross-examination

644-656, 661-663
(ELEVENTH.)
testimony of:
Warren P. Dudley

664-666, 669-674
cross-examination

667-669, 672
testimony of:
Mrs. Elizabeth G. Evans

674-679, 679-711
Dr. Charles H. Cogswell sworn and testified as to his report

679
exhibit () - report of visiting committee

712-719
exhibit P – Dr. Cogswell's answer to report of visiting committee, 719-724
motion to go into executive session to consider admitting of report
of board of visitors as evidence .

679
reassembled, committee voted to submit report as evidence, and
reply of Dr. Cogswell (Exhibits O and P)

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679
(TwelftII.)
testimony of Mrs. Erans continued

725-791
cross-examination

791-815
(THIRTEENTH.)
cross-examination of Mrs. Evans continued .

816-860
redirect examination

861, 862
recross examination

863-874

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HEARINGS (THIRTEENTH), continued.
testimony of:
Charles P. Putnam.

874-889
cross-examination

889-905
exhibit Q - diet list of hospital at Tewksbury

906, 907
(FOURTEENTH.)
cross-examination of Dr. Charles P. Putnam

908-925
redirect examination

925-943
letters from George S. Hale on legal points

943-944
discussion relative to calling of Dr. Cogswell to the stand by Mr.
Brandeis

945-958
committee retired to executive session to consider subject,
voted that Mr. Brandeis could call upon any witness present

954
testimony of Thomas F. Ring

958-984
(FIFTEENTH.)
testimony of Thomas F. Ring continued

985-993
Mrs. Esther J. Brown

994-998
cross-examinations .

996-998
testimony of Mrs. Alice N. Lincoln containing letters from Mayor

Matthews and Morton Prince, letter that appeared in the
“ Herald” Dec. 18, 1890, letters to Dr. Jenks relative to trained
nurses, letter to Dr. Jenks relative to hospital on Rainsford
Island, etc.

998-1017
motion that the corporation counsel be requested to furnish the

committee with opinions given board of visitors in 1892, or since
then and up to the present day

993
(SIXTEENTH.)
testimony of Mrs. Alice N. Lincoln resumed, 1018–1021, 1026, 1027
cross-examination

1021-1026
Mrs. Elizabeth G. Evans recalled

1027
testimony

1027-1029
testimony of Lewis G. Farmer

1030-1034
cross-examination

1034-1051
testimony of Mrs. Mary Moran

1051-1056
Mr. Higgins

1056, 1057
Mr. Charles E. Davis, jr.

1057-1061
cross-examination

1061-1064
opening statements of Thomas Riley

1064-1071
discussion relative to appearance of Mr. Riley

1064-1071
testimony of Dr. Otis K. Newell

1071-1108
(SEVENTEENTH.)
testimony of Dr. Newell resumed

1109-1156
cross-examination

1157-1169
(EIGHTEENTH.)
Frank E. Ryerson sworn

1170
testimony

1170-1187
cross-examination

1187-1198
redirect examination

1198-1200
Otis K. Newell, M.D., cross-examination resumed

1200-1233
discussion relative to reading of the records .

1232-1235

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HEARINGS (EIGATEENTH), continued.
Michael T. Donohoe sworn

1235
records of commissioners of public institutions relative to meetings,
read

1235-1237
cross-examination of Olis K. Newell continued

1238-1247
(NINETEENTH.)
cross-examination of Dr. Otis K. Newell resumed, 1248–1257, 1259-1275,

1291
discussion relative to records of commissioners 1256-1259, 1294-1312
motion that an expert be appointed to examine requisitions at office

of commissioners of public institutions and report what was
stricken from the requisitions, and the dates, discussed,
carried

1291
discussed

1291-129+
motion withdrawn; motion that committee of three be appointed

to draw up list or items on the requisitions since the commission
was formed up to the first day of June, carried

1294
committee : Lee, Lomasney, Barry, Presho, and Bryant appointed, 1294
(TWENTIETH.)
testimony of Otis K. Newell, M.D., continued

1313-1327
recross-examination

1327, 1328
opinion of corporation counsel relative to commissioners of public

institutions having power to enforce inmate paupers to labor, 1329, 1330
Alice N. Lincoln recalled, testimony

1331
cross-examination

1331, 1332
Everett Erskine sworn

1332
testimony

1332-1356
(TWENTY-FIRST.)
discussion relative to putting witness on the stand .

1357-1361
cross-examination of Everett Erskine

1361-1400-1+36
(TWENTY-SECOND.)
Roland C. Lincoln sworn

1437
testimony

1437-14+1
cross-examination

1+41-1446
voted that the chairman of the committee and two of the opposite

counsel, and the stenographer, be authorized to make arrange-
ments to visit ex-Commissioner Prescott at his home and take
his evidence

1446
Alexander C. Morrill sworn

1446
testimony

1446-147+
chair requested that boy enployed by Mr. Morrill that was par-
doned from Deer Island be summoned

1472
(TWENTY-THIRD.)
testimony of Alexander C. Morrill continued

1475-1479
cross-examination

1479-1526
discussion relative to punishment book being out of hands of
officer April 5, 1894, and naming of officer who told it

1515-1520
ruling of the chair that witness should give name of party who told
hin

1517
clerk requested to summon Mr. Fulton and Mr. Twitchell

1520

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HEARINGS (TWENTY-THIRD), continued.

testimony given by the witness ordered stricken out, because he
would not divulge the source of information

1515
H. P. Daniels summoned

1492
(TWENTY-FOURTH.)
cross-examination of Alexander C. Morrill continued, 1527-1541, 1545-

1 549
redirect examination

1544, 1545
Bernard Scott sworn

1519
testimony

1549-1557
cross-examination

1557-1570
Henry C. Twitchell sworn

1570, 1578
testimony

1570-1578
cross-examination

1578-1580
motion that request be made to commissioners of public institu-

tions to produce the punishment book at Deer Island, carried 1580
(TWENTY-FIFTH.)
testimony of Henry C. Twitchell continued

1581-1595
(punishment book produced.)
Frank P. Fulton sworn..

1595
testimony

1595-1615
cross-examination

1615-1638
redirect examination

1638-1640
(TWENTY-SIXTH.)
Frank P. Fulton, re-direct examination .

. 1641-1650, 1661-1663
re-cross examination

. 1651-1661, 1663
Wm. J. Nicholson, sworn

1663
discussion relative to allowing witness to testify at this tinie
relative to Charlestown Almslouse

1663-1672
voted to proceed with the Deer Island testimony

1672
John C. Rauch, sworn

1672
witness refused to testify, discussion relative to calling of su-
perintendent Gerrish to testify

1672-1675
James White, sworn

1675
testimony

1675-1686
cross-examination

1686-1707
(TWENTY-SEVENTH.)
James White, cross-examination continued

1708-1714
James White, re-direct examination

1715-1718
re-cross examination

1718
Charles J. Prescott, sworn

1718
testimony

1718-1745
(TWENTY-EIGHTH.)
Charles J. Prescott, testimony continued

1746-1749
cross-examination

1749-179+
(TWENTY-NINTH.)
cross-examination of Mr. Charles J. Prescott resumed.

1795-1800
re-direct examination

1801-1818
re-cross examination

1818, 1819

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Page HEARINGS (TWENTY-NINTH), continued. Miss Helen H. Allen, sworn

1819 testimony

1819-1825 cross-examination

1826, 1827 re-direct examination

1828 re-cross examination

1828 Frank M. Brown, sworn

1828 testiniony

1828-1834 cross-examination

1834-1839 (TIURTIETH.) Frank M. Brown, cross-examination continued

1840–1851 re-direct examination

1851-1855 Cornelius O'Brien, sworn

1855 testimony

1855-1859 cross-examination

1859-1862 motion that board of commissioners be ordered to produce the

boys Brady and Kenney within three days for examination 1803 Mr. Twitchell notified to appear

1864 Wm. J. Simpson, sworn

1864 testimony

1864-1866 cross-examination

1866-1873 (THIRTY-FIRST.) Howard W. Upton, sworn

187+ testimony

1874-1891 cross-examination

1891-1900 committee retired to hear testimony of Mr. Upton relative to indecency of officers

1878, 1879 (THIRTY-SECOND.) Howard W. Upton, cross-examination continued

1901-1923 re-direct examination

1923-1932 re-cross'examination

1932-1951 address of George Brady given chairman

1952 (THIRTY-THIRD.) motion that committee instruct the commissioners of public insti

tutions to request Mr. Halloran to appear before the committee
with the receiving book and testify, carried

1953 motion that boy named Brady be summoned, carried

1954 clerk requested to notify Mr. Twitchell to appear.

195+ John B. Greaton, sworn

1937 Jobn B. Greaton, testimony

1951-1960 cross-examination

1960-1966 re-direct examination

1966-1969, 1970 re-cross examination

1969-1970, 1971 Wm. H. Stone, sworn

1971 testimony

1971-1978 cross-examination

1978-1983 re-direct examination

1983, 1984, 1987 re-cross examination

1984-1987 request of Mr. Riley that he be allowed to introduce a little

additional testimony in reference to Long Island . 1987, 1988

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