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$575,915 64

Am'ts bro't forw'd, $12,435 06 $22,050 82

three quarters being charged to House of Industry, and the

Lunatic Hospital, 375 00 Half the Salary of the

Office Clerk of H. C. and L. Hospital in the City, the other half being charged to L. H.,

650 00

13,460 06

Repairs and Alterations of the

Buildings, including Warming
Apparatus; Lime for White-

washing, fc., viz: Carpenters' Work and Stock,

239 40 Mason Work and Stock, 358 71 Plumbing,

277 36 Cooking and Warming Apparatus,

154 51 Paints, Oil, &c.,

362 03 Repairs on Steam-heating Apparatus,

358 33 Hardware and Tools, 216 84 Gas Fixtures,

123 37 Composition Roofing and Slating,

106 00 Whitening Ceilings,

50 00 Paper Hangings,

73 18 Pipe Clay, Kaoline and Packing,

26 63 Bell Hanging,

26 25 Iron Work and Nails, 16 10 Painting and Glazing, 15 18 Repairing Force Pump, 4 00

2,407 89

Amounts carried forward, $37,918 77

$575,915 64

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Amounts brought forward, $37,918 77 Furniture and Household Utensils,

$ 575,915 64

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Printing,

Amounts brought forward, $ 40,598 62
Expenses of the Board of Direc-

tors for entertaining the Gov-
ernor and Council, the City
Government, distinguished
strangers, and other invited
guests at the Institution,

454 65 Water Rates,

462 00 Medical Department.–Drugs and

other contingent expenses of
this Department,

238 39
Stationery, Blank Books, and
Binding,

195 72

83 43 Grants of Money and Clothing

made by the Master of the
House to the inmates on their
discharge,

186 38
Arresting Fugitives, and Trav-
elling Expenses,

7 70 Cost of food for Paupers in the

City, prior to their removal to
the Houses at South Boston or
Deer Island,

28 53
Transportation of Supplies, not
charged elsewhere,

52 40 Postage and Expresses,

6 10 Newspapers and Advertising,

45 00 Bibles, Prayer Books, &c.,

119 87 Library Books,

306 46 Office expenses in the City, viz :Washing Towels,

6 75 Letter Press, and other Furniture,

10 75 Repairing Clock,

2 00 Gas Fixtures,

10 93

30 43 Evergreen, for Christmas Decorations,

7 50 Amounts carried forward, $ 42,823 18

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$575,915 64 $575,915 64

Amounts brought forward, $ 42,823 18
NEW GASOMETER.
Expenditures in addition to the

amount charged in last year's

Report, viz: Lime, Sand, &c.,

123 15 Repairing Boiler and Šteam apparatus,

135 75 Cost of three of Giles's Patent Retorts,

172 30 One Purifier,

128 40 Kaoline,

12 25 Pipeing,

72 64 Lumber,

20 91

665 40
NEW LAUNDRY.
Cost of fitting up a portion of

one of the Buildings connected
with the Institution, for Laun-

dry purposes, viz: — Steam Heating Apparatus,

233 21 Lumber,

79 83 Flag Stones for Floor, 34 55 Copper Tops and Hoops for Tubs,

29 75 Soapstone for Boilers, 62 62

439 96 NEW BAKER'S OVEN. Cost of Constructing a New

Baker's Oven, viz: Bricks,

296 03 Lumber,

242 73 Mason Work,

85 00 Iron Work,

26 11 Gas Fixtures,

36 86

686 73 WORK SHOP. Repairing Slating,

236 10 Amounts carried forward, $ 44,851 37

$575,915 64 $575,915 64

Amounts brought forward, $44,851 37
OTHER EXTRAORDINARY EXPENDI-

TURES.
New Garden Lamps and Fixtures, 183 67
Cedar Posts, &c., for Fence,

166 25

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The number of inmates, on the 30th of April,

was 386, viz: Males, 291; Females, 95. The average for the year ending 30th April,

1861, was 394.
The Income from this establishment for the

year 1859-60 was $24,658 87. T'he in-
come this year has been only $ 17,407 56,
per item No. 82 of Treasurer's account, be-
ing about 40.64 per cent. of the net expendi-
tures, exclusive of extraordinary repairs,
fc., and making the net Expenditures of
the year, for carrying on the Establish-
ment, about $ 25,400—- against $ 22,043 52

last year.

The falling off of income is the natural con

sequence of the general stagnation of busi

ness occasioned by the war.
No charge is made in this account for the ser-

vices of Dr. Walker, Superintendent of the
Lunatic Hospital, who has charge of the

Medical Department of this House also.
See PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS.

Amount carried forward,

$ 621,116 93

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