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Page HEARINGS (FIFTY-FOURTH), continued. Exhibit T

3319 Exhibit U

3319 Exbibit V

3320 (FIFTY-FIFTH.) Edwin L. Pilsbury, sworn

3321 testimony

3321-3328 cross-examination

3328-3401 re-direct examination

3401-3411 re-cross examination

3411-3413 (FIFTY-SIXTH.) Wm. Jackson, City Engineer, sworn

3414 testiniony

34143422 Joseph W. Swan, sworn

3423 testimony

3423–3432 Elizabeth G. Evans, recalled .

3432 testimony

3432-3452 cross-examination

3452-3474 re-direct examination

34743476 re-cross examination

3477-3482 Mrs. Alice N. Lincoln, recalled

3482 testimony

3482-3485 cross-examination

3485-3491 Rupert William Parker, M.D., recalled

3491 testimony

3491-3496 cross-examination

3196-3511 re-direct examination

3511-3515, 3519 re-cross examination

3515–3518-3522 George H. McCaffrey, recalled

3522 testimony

3522-3527 cross-examination

3527-3533 re-cross examination

3533-3539 Otis K. Newell, M.D., recalled

3539 testimony

3540 cross-examination

3540, 3541 re-direct examination

3542 re-cross examination

3512-3548 (FIFTY-SEVENTH.) Robert Neff, sworn

3549 testimony

3549–3554 Edward S. Felton, sworn

3554 testimony

3554-3564 Laurence P. Fallen, sworn

3564 testimony

3564-3566 J. W. Lake, sworn

3566 testimony

3566-3575 Thomas Shaughnessy, sworn. testimony

3575-3584 (all above testimony was in relation to House of Correction.) (hearing resumed at Marcella-street Home.)

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Page HEARINGS (FIFTY-SEVENTH), continued. Dr. A. B. Heath, sworn

3584 testimony

3584-3588 Margaret A. Morrill, sworn

3588 testimony

3588, 3589 Ann Clancy, sworn

3589 testimony

3589-3592 remarks of Dr. Heath and Alderman Lee relative to removal of children from home when scarlet fever was apparent there

3593 (FIFTY-EIGHTH.) Closing argument of Thomas W. Proctor, counsel for Col. John C. Whiton and John Galvin

3594-3625 closing argument by Lewis D. Brandies, counsel for Mrs. Lincoln et als..

3625-3649 closing argument by Thomas Riley, counsel for self and others, 3649-3700 HEATH, A. B., M.D. MARCELLA-STREET HOME.

3584

sworn

testimony relative to:
children being eaten by rats

. 3584, 3585, 3587 death of child named Murphy

3585, 3586, 3587 death of child named McCall .

3586 vegetables sent from Long Island

3586, 3587 number of children under care of one woman

.- 3587, 3588 McLaughlin children

3593 HEATING FACILITIES testimony of: Dr. Parker relative to

382, 383 HERRICK, LOUIS, DEATH OF. See DEATH OF CERTAIN INMATES

FRODI CARELESSNESS OR LACK OF ATTENTION, HICKS, CHARLES W. (INMATE OF HOUSE OF CORRECTION.) sworn

2654 testimony

2654–2662 HIGGINS, MR. (UNDERTAKER) sworn

1056 testimony relative to death and burial of Edward Cuddy 1056, 1057 HIRING OFFICERS WITHOUT CIVIL SERVICE testimony of: Howard W. Upton relative to

1940, 1945-1948 HOMANS, RACHEL (PATIENT AT HOSPITAL, LONG ISLAND) testimony of: Mrs. Brown relative to treatment of a patient

996-998 HOSE, CONDITION OF. See FIRE, PROTECTION IN CASE OF. HOSPITAL AT DEER ISLAND testiniony of: Dr. Newell relative to

1306 Howard W. Upton relative to patients

1879, 1880 HOSPITAL AT HOUSE OF CORRECTION Dr. Bancroft giving description

2310,-2312 John J. Maguire relative to

2201, 2202 Dr. Jelly relative to

2480, 2481

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HOSPITAL AT LONG ISLAND.

See also DIET, FOOD, AND

TESTIMONY OF THE DIFFERENT WITNESSES.

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testimony of:
Mrs. Evans relative to hospital records

776, 777, 810-812 hospital and treatment of innates by Dr. Cogswell. 3440–3458 Dr. Cogswell relative to burial records

3033–3035, 3037, 3044 clerk Hinds

2964-2967, 2973, 2974 list of articles required at hospital . 3079-3082, 3088-3090 medical staff

3123, 3124 records and keepers of records

2964-2994 Dr. Fitz relative to advisability of board of consulting physicians

2828 character of diseases, 2804, 2805, 2808–2811, 2835, 2836-2838 cleanliness and sanitary arrangements

2819-2826 clothing of inmates

2825, 2826 assistants in hospital

2806, 2812, 2813, 2833 hospital building

2806, 2807 hospital records

2830-2834 management

2839 physicians

2831, 2832 qualification of Dr. Cogswell

2834, 2835 ventilation

2805, 2806, 2821–2824, 2826 Dr. McCollum relative to board of consulting physicians

2852 character of diseases

2815-2847, 2853 clothing

2854 condition of hospital

2846 conveyance for the sick

2851 hospital records

2847 medical staff

2847 plumbing, sanitary condition, etc.

2852, 2853 qualification of Dr. Cogswell

2854 ventilation

. 2846, 2904, 2905 Dr. Parker relative to register kept at the hospital

363-367 Dr. Putnam relative to assistant physicians in hospital.

928, 929 hospital equipments.

884-886 records

888, 891, 892, 924, 925 management

926-928 raising standard

932 Dr. Richardson relative to 3046–3019, 3051, 3052, 3059, 3060, 3065

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306 Mr. Roland C. Lincoln relative to

1445 Mr. Charles J. Prescott relative to vote of commissioners relative to appropriation

1728, 1729, 1731, 1732 hospital

1756-1760, 1800 HOSPITAL, NEW WING OF testimony of: Dr. Parker relative to digging cellar of .

375 HOSPITAL PATIENTS AT HOUSE OF CORRECTION testimony of: James E. Cutter relative to

2156, 2157, 2171-2173 Wm. A. Witham relative to interference with hospital patients, 2448

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Page HOSPITAL, PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING testimony of: Dr. Newell relative to

1099, 1100 HOSPITAL REGISTER. See REGISTER KEPT AT THE HOSPITAL. HOSPITAL STAFF testimony of: Mrs. Evans relative to management and organization

763, 764 HOSPITAL AT HOUSE OF INDUSTRY. See HOUSE OF IN

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HOSPITALS WITH TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR NURSES
testimony of:
Roland C. Lincoln relative to .

1444, 1445 HOSPITALS AND PAUPER INSTITUTIONS IN NEW YORK testimony of: Mr. Charles J. Prescott relative to.

1788 HOUSE OF CORRECTION. See also DeLR ISLAND. testimony of: Allen, Charles C.

2550-2583 Bancroft, Winfred B., M.D.

2217-2303, 2305–2328 Cutter, James E.

. 2143-2182, 2185-2194 Dolan, John

2693-2704 Fallon Laurence P.

3564-3566 Felton, Edward S.

3554-3564 Flaherty, Martin

2611-2625 Foley, Kate M.

2132-2143 Frazier John L.

2583-2587 Goodmont, George

2663-2670 Hicks, Charles W..

2654-2662 Jelly, George F.

2453-2514 King, Patrick .

2625-2639 Lake, J. W.

3566-3575 Maguire, John J.

2195-2216 Maguire, Tony

2670-2674 Melvin, Francis J.

25 16-2550 Merrill, George A.

2674-2680 Neff, Robert

3549-3554 Newell, Dr. Otis K.

1109–1169, 1315, 1316 O'Brien, Cornelius

1855-1862 O'Brien, John

2680-2693 Pilsbury, Edwin L..

3321-3413 Prescott, Charles J.

· 1760, 1761 Richardson, Dr.

3061, 3062 Ring, Mr.

988-992 Saunders, Wm.

2588-2611 Shaughnessy, Thomas

3575-3584 Simpson, Wm. J. .

1868-1873 Sullivan, John

2639-2654 Witham, Wm. A.

2365-2383, 2384-2452 Young, Orrin A.

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HOUSE OF INDUSTRY
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to hospital

1306, 1307
HOUSE OF REFORMATION AND TRUANT SCHOOL
testimony of:
Mr. Erskine relative to treatment of boys

1426 trouble about a boy named Murphy

1337, 1339 Mr. Fulton relative to general condition

1639, 1640 age of boys

1641 conduct and classification of boys in Truant School, 1641-1643, 1659

1662 different branches taught in Truant School

1650, 1651 Truant School, number of rooms

1660 visits of doctor

1611, 1618, 1619 work done in Truant School by female prisoners

1661, 1662 Mr. Morrill relative to treatment of boys

1152-1459 Dr. Newell relative to treatment of boys

11+1-1143
punishment of boys .

1304, 1307, 1308
Mr. Charles J. Prescott relative to classifying boy prisoners, 1745
treatment of truant boys and their being deprived of clothing
on their discharge

1729, 1730, 1741, 1742, 1775, 1795, 1819
Wm. H. Stone relative to truant boy being drunk

1976, 1981 truant boys as messengers

1986 Mr. Twitchell relative to visits of superintendent and chaplain,

1584, 1885 Howard W. Upton relative to using boys as messengers .

1919 IDLENESS IN THE INSTITUTIONS. See, also, COMPULSORY LABOR. opening statement of Mr. Brandeis relative to

131-136 IMMORALITY testimony of: Dr. Parker relative to

531 Howard W. Upton relative to indecency on the part of officers.

1878, 1879 Mr. Morrill relative to

1447, 1448 IMPROVEMENTS IN INSTITUTIONS SINCE JAN. 10, 1894. See

also, TESTIMONY OF DIFFERENT WITNESSES. testimony of:

Dr. Parker relative to improvements which have been recently

made since letter of Mrs. Lincoln, dated Jan. 10, 1894,512,513, 517 IMPROVEMENTS AT LONG ISLAND testimony of: Dr. Putnam relative to.

920-925 INCOME AND PENSIONS OF INMATES OF INSTITU

TIONS. See PENSIONS DRAWN BY INMATES. .
INCREASE IN NUMBER OF PERSONS SENT TO INSANE

HOSPITAL. See HOUSE OF CORRECTION.
INCURABLE DISEASES
testimony of:
Dr. Putnam relative to incurables .

914, 915 Dr. Parker relative to percentage of deaths from

475, 476

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