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WATCH CLOCKS AT LONG AND RAINSFORD ISLANDS
testimony of:
Mr. Charles J. Prescott relative to .

· 1737, 1738
WATCHMEN
testimony of:
Dr. Newell relative to

1082, 1273-1275
WATER-CLOSETS, ETC. See SanITARY CONDITION OF LONG ISLAND.
WATER-SUPPLY
testimony of:
Dr. Cogswell rclative to

2909
Dr. Fitz relative to supply at Long Island

2836, 2837
Dr. Newell relative to

1122, 1123, 1295
Dr. Parker

359, 360, 500
Mrs. Lincoln

37, 38, 67–71, 88, 89, 116, 117
Mr. McCaffrey

180, 181, 312, 313
Mr. Morphy

575, 576
Mr. Charles J. Prescott relative to water-supply at Long
Island .

1755, 1756, 1804
provision for introduction of Cochituate water .

1722
Mr. Ring

978-980
Wm. Jackson relative to

3414-3422
Joseph Swan relative to

3425-3432
WATSON, CALVIN A.
Sworn

2030
testimony relative to:

disappearance of relative named Frank E. Jones, who was sent

to Deer Island for insanity, and whose folks were never
notified of his death

2030-2038

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WEST ROXBURY, BUILDINGS BELONGING TO THE CITY

Sworn

testimony of Mrs. Evans relative to

823-826
WESTBORO', BUILDINGS AND LAND
testimony of Mrs. Evans relative to

823-826
WHISKEY. See LIQUOR.
WHITE, JAMES

1675
testimony relative to:
abusive language

1678, 1698, 1700
cause of riot

1684
cause of riot as given by Dr. Jenks to the newspapers 1716, 1718
charges made against, discharge by superintendent, and rein-
statement by commissioners

1678, 1679, 1693, 1703, 1704
clothing worn by prisoners with obnoxious diseases given to
others.

1713, 1714
conversation with Messrs. Morrill, Erskine, and Newell, 1688–1693
death of prisoners from apoplexy

1684, 1685
discipline at Deer Island

1677, 1694, 1695-1698
dissension among the officers

1685
drunkenness of officers 1677, 1678, 1679, 1700-1703, 1705, 1715
duties at Deer Island

. 1675, 1677, 1694
feeling against the superintendent

1688

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Page WHITE, JAMES, continued. testimony relative to: food

1682 immorality of Officer Adams

1710 investigation made by the Mayor

1683 immorality of Officer Quinn

1715 indecent conduct of an officer .

1682 insufficient clothing for prisoners

1685, 1686, 1713 investigation made by the Mayor

1711, 1716, 1717, 1718 prisoners having liquor

1679, 1680, 1694, 1695 prisoners working for the contractors

1708, 1709 riot.

. 1685, 1706, 1716 scarcity of food

1710 selling of clothing by prisoners

. 1682, 1709, 1710 sermons of chaplain

1715 setting prisoners at liberty who should not have been

1683 sickness and death of one of wharf gang

1711-1713 talk with superintendent relative to salary

1685 talk with superintendent about Officers Marshall and Ryerson

1704, 1705 trouble between the deputy and superintendent

1687, 1688 work done by the prisoners on the sewer and for the contractor,

1682, 1683, 1684 stringing up of prisoners

1680–1682, 1705-1707, 1715 WAITON, COLONEL. See also HOUSE OF CORRECTION.

remarks relative to allowing Ed. S. Felton to see investigating committee

2708, 2709 Kate Foley relative to ungentlemanly treatment accorded by him upon her visit to her nephew Edward Foley

2136, 2141, 2142 WINDOW-SCREENS testimony of: Dr. Parker relative to screens in the hospital

359, 500, 501 Mr. McCaffrey relative to

167, 281, 282 WITHAM, WILLIAM A. (DEPUTY AT HOUSE OF CORRECTION)

2365 testimony of: abuse by officers

2407 assault upon two prisoners, James Carroll, and Patrick King,

2374-2376, 2421, 2422 baking vermin in kitchen oven

2400 bedding in cells

2373, 2374, 2420, 2421 book kept by physician

2398-2400, 2426, 2+27 carrying of a nionkey-wrench 2367, 2368, 2404, 2405, 2445, 2446 carrying out of recommendation of Board of Visitors

2417 case of convict named Cutter .

2417-2419 case of Thonias McDonald

2448, 2449 case of Cornelius Quinlan

2434, 2435, 2436-2439, 2450,2451 case of John Segar

2449, 2450 class of prisoners

2,116 classifying and arranging the work.

2443-2445

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WITHAM, WILLIAM A., continued.
testiniony relative to:

compliance with rules governing jails and houses of correc.
tion

2369-2372
condition of cells used for solitary prisoners

2377-2380
copy of punishment book

2430, 2447
deaths in solitary cells

2382
dirty sheets

2432
distinction between prisoners who are sent there for non-

payment of fines and those sent for punishment of serious
offences

2411, 2412
employment in different institutions

2365
examination of dead bodies

2409, 2410, 2427, 2428
exercise, school, etc., for prisoners

2416, 2417, 2445
finding of men Carlson and Sullivan in solitary confinement,
by ex-Alderman Maguire, 2387-2389, 2423, 2425, 2428-2130-2434

2451, 2452
fire-arms, use of, by officers

2405, 2406, 2420
food

2400, 2401, 2422, 2423, 2446, 2447, 2452
food for solitary prisoners . 2380, 2381, 2389-2393, 2396, 2397, 2425,

2426
increase in number of insane patients

2376, 2377
information given prisoners as to duties, and rules of prisons,

2368, 2369, 2420, 2427
insane persons in solitary cells

2381, 2382, 2397
interference with hospital patients, taking bed out

2448
intoxication of officers

2402, 2420
length of time a prisoner can be kept in solitary . 2435, 2436, 2450-

2452
letter-box for prisoners

2402-2404, 2427, 2442, 2443
library

2411
light in cell

2410, 2411
officers being armed

2366, 2367
Officer Keating

2396
prisoners sick when taken out of solitary cell .

2395
prisoners dying in solitary

2395
punishments

2407, 2408, 2409, 2439, 2440
punishment of insane

2423, 2424
punishment of men in solitary, length of time 2382-2383, 2422
record of assaults upon prisoners

2405
records

2 109
record of punishment in solitary

. 2430, 2431, 2440
report relative to solitary prisoners

2394, 2395, 2426
reporter's alleged conversation with prisoner named Murray. 2422
salaries paid

2407
scarcity of employment for men and women

2414
separation of male and female prisoners .

2411, 2412
separation of minors and notorious offenders, 2412–2414, 2415, 2428
solitary cell and its furnishings, buckets, etc., 2384-2389, 2424, 2425

2446, 2447

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Page WILLIAM, WILLIAM A., continued. testimony relative to: strikes

. 2406, 2407, 2427 towels, etc., supplied to prisoners in solitary

2393 trouble Officer Crane had

2440-2442 vermin

2372, 2373 visit of doctor to prisoners in cells . 2381, 2397-2399,2426, 2427 WITT, ALDERMAN calling of Superintendent Gerrish to the stand

1673 WORK AND PUNISHMENTS testimony of: Mr. Hale relative to

630 YOUNG, ORRIN A. (OFFICER IN HOUSE OF CORRECTION)

2329 testimony relative to: assault on prisoners

2338-2344, 2345-2350-2359 carrying of fire-arms by officers

2360, 2361 conduct of officers towards prisoners

2337 duties at House of Correction.

2329, 2360, 2361 man with delirium tremens

2364, 2365 manner in which position as officer was obtained

2344 prisoner getting sick at six o'clock in the morning, manner of reaching doctor

2361-2364 shooting of a prisoner

2329-2337, 2947, 2348-2357

Sworn

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