Annual report of the State Board of Charities of the state of New York. v. 32 pt. 1, 1898, Volume 32, Part 1

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Weed, Parsons and Company, 1899
 

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Contents

800
59
The deal
94
Should unincorporated charitable societies be permitted to exist
103
State alien and Indian poor
109
Bureau of charitable institutions in the Comptrollers office
120
Twentyfifth National Conference of Charities and Correction
134
Conference of Roman Catholic Charities
142
Address of William Rhinelander Stewart President of the New York State Board
151
Brief of Hon Theodore E Hancock AttorneyGeneral of the State of New York
185
Decision and order of mandamus of Mr Justice Giegerich of the New York Supreme
205
Brief in opposition to certain provisions of Senate bill No 108 and Assembly bill
214
instance of the Commissioners of Statutory Revision
215
Report of the Committee on Reformatories
239
Report of the Committee on Idiots and FeebleMinded
267
Report of the Committee on Soldiers and Sailors Homes
273
Report of the Committee on Craig Colony
285
Report on the Deal for 1898
379
Table
381
810
411
Table
422
Report on the Thomas Asylum for Orphan and Destitute Indian Children by
483
Report of the Committee on Orphan Asylums and Childrens Homes
495
Report of an Investigation into the Management of the House of Mercy New York
501
Report of an Investigation into the Management of the New York PostGraduate
517
Report of an Investigation into the Management of the Amer can Female Guardian
523
Report of visitation of almsbouses in the Thrd Judicial District by Commissioner
539
Report of visitation of almshouses in the Fourth Judicial Dstrict by Commssioner
559
Report on the Care of the Pour in Montgomery County by Henry D Kerr Inspector
577
Report of visitation of almshcuses in the F fth Judical District by C mmissioner
583
Report of visitation of almshouses in the Seventh Judicial Distr ct by Commissicner
595
Report of ystation of almshouses in the Eighth Judicial Distrct by Commissicner
613
Report in regard to State and Alien Poor by Dr Charles S Hoyt Superintendent
626
Table 1AList of the several State institutions their location date of establishment
643
Table 3Showing the expenditures of the State institutions and of the several institu
650
Table 9Showing the total and the average number of persons supported the
656
Table 43Showing the expenditures of fresh air charities for the year ending Septem
657
Table 10FShowing the number of blind persons in the county almshouses October
663
Table 44Showing the statistics of fresh air charities for the year ending September
667
Table 12Showing the estimated value of almshouse establishments of the farm
671
Table 15howing the total and the average number of persons supported the ser
679
EShowng the number of epileptics in the city and town almshouse institu
685
RecapitulationShowing the classification of the poor persons in the city
689
Table 19Showing the number of wayfarers at the city and town almshouse institutions
696
Table 23Showiog the expenditures of char ty organization and kindred societies
705
Shwing the statistics of eleemosynary educational Institutions for the year
784
Table 87Showing the estimated value of the property of societies for employment
790
year
792
Table 79
837
Table 82
858
928
879
938
885
Table 51Showing the expenditures of bomes for aged for the year ending September
892
Table 53Showing the estimated value of the property of homes for blind and their
928
Table 57Showing the estimated value of the property of homes for children
938
Table 58Showing the receipts of homes for children for the year ending September
950
Table 59Showing the expenditures of homes for children for the year ending
962
Showing the estimated value of the property of homes for discharged pris
977
Table 65Showing the estimated value of the property of homes for feebleminded
990
Table 68Showing the number of persons supported in bomes for feebleminded
993
Showing the receipts of homes temporary for men and boys for the year
996
Table 73Showing the estimated value of the property of homes temporary
1003
Table 76Showing the number of persons supported in homes temporary for women
1007
Table 77Showing the estimated value of the property of homes temporary
1014
Showing the expenditures of homes temporary for women and girls
1020
Table 81Showing the estimated value of the property of homes and missions for
1042
Showing the statistics of homes and missions for immigrants for the year
1048
Table 86Showing the receipts of hospitals for the year ending September 30 1898
1061
Table 87Showing the expenditures of hospitals for the year endiog September 30 1898
1073
Table 8Showing the number of patients treated in hospitals and the results during
1091
Table 89Showing the estimated value of the property of hospitals and homes for
1103
Table 92Showing the number of patients treated in hospitals and homes for con
1109
Table 93Showing the estimated value of the property of hospitals and homes for con
1111
Table 98Showing the receipts of hospitals and homes for epileptics for the year
1119
Table 101Showing the estimated value of the property of hospitals and homes
1125
Table 105Showing the estimated value of property of hospitals and homes
1131
Table 110Showing the receipts of humane societies for the year ending September
1137
Table 111Showing the expenditures of humane societies for the year endiog Septem
1145
Table 113Showing the estimated value of the property of societies for legal aid
1146
Table 119 Showing the expenditures of societies for placing out children in families
1152
Table 124Showing the number of persons supported in reformatories for children
1158
Table 126Showing the receipts of reformatories for women and girls for the year end
1165
Table 129 Showing the estimated value of the property of societies for relief for sick
1180
Table 132Showing the statistics of societies for relief for sick poor for the year
1186
Table 136Showing the number of persons supported in schools for blind and
1192
Table 140Showing the number of persons supported in schools for deaf and
1200
Table 141Showing the estimated azgregate value of the property of the institutions
1209
Table 143Showing the aggregate expenditures of the institutions and societies under
1215
981
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Page 206 - Payments by counties, cities, towns and villages to charitable, eleemosynary, correctional and reformatory institutions, wholly or partly under private control, for care, support and maintenance, may be authorized, but shall not be required by the Legislature.
Page 187 - The Legislature shall provide for a state board of charities, which shall visit and inspect all institutions, whether state, county, municipal, incorporated or not incorporated, which are of a charitable, eleemosynary, correctional or reformatory character...
Page 25 - Collect statistical information in respect to the property, receipts and expenditures of all institutions, societies and associations subject to its supervision, and the number and condition of the inmates thereof, and of the poor receiving public relief.
Page 214 - Batavia, shall be made by the superintendent of public instruction, upon application, and in those cases in which, in his opinion, the parents or guardians: of the applicants are able to bear a portion...
Page 193 - A charity, in the legal sense, may be more fully defined as a gift, to be applied consistently with existing laws, for the benefit of an indefinite number of persons, either by bringing their minds or hearts under the influence of education or religion, by relieving their bodies from disease, suffering, or constraint, by assisting them to establish themselves in life, or by erecting or maintaining public buildings or works, or otherwise lessening the burdens of government.
Page 190 - Who are peace officers. A peace officer is a sheriff of a county, or his under-sheriff or deputy, or a constable, marshal, police constable or policeman of a city, town or village.
Page 214 - The legislature shall provide for the maintenance and support of a system of free common schools, wherein all the children of this state may be educated.
Page 213 - In every such estimate, there shall be a sum named, not to exceed two hundred and fifty dollars, as a contingent fund, for which no minute detailed statement need be made. No expenditures shall be made from such contingent fund, except in case of actual emergency, requiring immediate action, and which cannot be deferred without loss or danger to the institution, or the inmates thereof.
Page 214 - ... payments, to be paid by the Treasurer of the State, on the warrant of the Comptroller, to the treasurer of...
Page 214 - To make an annual report to the legislature on all the matters before enumerated, and particularly as to the condition of the schools, the improvement of the pupils, and their treatment in respect to board and lodging.

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