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5. The Danrers Lunatic Hospital, . 6. The Terksbury Asylum,
Other Public Asylums for the Insane,
PAGE Ixxxvi Ixxxviii
II. - MINICIPAL AND PRIVATE ASYLUMS,
7. The Boston Hospital. – 8. The Ipswich Receptacle,
Table A. - Patients in Hospitals and Asylums,
xci xcii хсу xcvi xcviii
III. - THE OUT-Door Poor Op THE STATE,
cxxi-cxxvii Teinporary Aid under the Law of 1877,
cxxiii Foundling and Neglected Infants,
Statistics of Infant Asylum, .
сxxvii IV. -- CHILDREN OF THE STATE,
cxxviii-cxliii Table B. — Children of the State, Oct. 1, 1882,
cxxix Table C. – Location of Children,
cxxxi Establishments for Children of the State,
cxxxii The State Primary and Reform Schools,
cxxxiii-cxxxix The State Primary School at Monson,
cxxxiv The State Reform School at Westborough,
cxxxvi The State Industrial School at Lancaster,
cxxxviii The Idiot School,
cxxxix The Infant Asylum and the Care of Motherless Children,
cxl-exliii V.- MINICIPAL AND PRIVATE CHARITIES,
. cxliv-cliii The City and Town Almsbouses,
cxlvi-clii Private Charities. - The Eye and Ear Infirmary,
cliii PART FOURTH. - FINANCES AND PRESENT NUMBER OF DEPENDANTS, cliv-clxvii Estimates for Special Appropriations for 1883,
cliv Estimates for In-door Appropriations,
cly Table of Estimates for 1883,
clv-clvi Table E. - Population of the State Establishments, Jan 1, 1883, clvii-clix Schedule A. — Appropriations and Expenditures at State Establishments for three years,
clx Schedule B. Sums Appropriated under Special Appropriations for Three Years,
clxi Schedule C.- Appropriations and Expenditures of the Board State
Charities, State Board of Health, and Board of
PAGE Finances of the State Establisbments as a whole,
clxiii-clxvii Schedule D. - Extraordinary Appropriations and Expenditures for Five Years,
clxv Special Schedule of Appropriations,
PART FIFTH. - GENERAL REMARKS AND RECOMMENDATIONS,
I. - The Criminal and Dangerous Insane,
IV.- Removal of the Reform and Industrial Schools,
clxxi clxxii clxxv
[Paged from 1 to 104.]
THE PAUPER ABSTRACT,
1-34 2-29 2-15 16-29
30 31 32 33 34
35 35 36 37 37 38
PAUPERISM IN CITIES AND TOWNS,
Part I. - Cost of Support and Relief, .
Part II. – Number Supported and Relieved,
V.- Pauperism in Cities for Three Years, — Midsummer,
VI.- Pauperism in Towns for Three Years, - Midsummer, .
Part I. - The Sick State Poor,
Part II. Persons Temporarily Aided,
Part I. - Citics,
Part II. - Towns,
Table IX. - Children and Insane among the City and Town Poor, .
XI. — Valuation of Personal Property, 1882,
XV. - Comparative Weekly Cost by Items,
XVI. - Population and Expenses, 1881-2, .
XVIII. — Average Number in Establishments since 1854,
XIX. - General Statistics of Pauperism in the State since 1854,
47 48 50 51 53 54 55
62 63 64
65 82 67 }
REMARKS ON THE Tables of INSANITY,
XXIII. – Recoveries and Deaths in Six Hospitals,
XXV. - Cases of Previous Years at State Hospitals,
STATE AND LOCAL REFORMATORIES,
XXX. — Expenses of Reformatory and Charitable Schools,
REMARKS ON REFORMATORY AND CHARITABLE SCHOOLS,
VISITATION OF CHILDREN,
XXXII. - Location and Condition of Children visited, 1882,
XXXIII. -- State Wards and Juvenile Offenders, 1881-2.
per Cunard Line, .
87 88-89 90-92 90-91
EXPENSES AND ESTIMATES OF THE BOARD,
MANUAL OF LAWS AND Decisions (paged separately),
ERRATA AND OBSERVATIONS.
Page xxviii, sixth line from the top, in vote of Dec. 2, 1882, for “ Lunacy" read “Charities.”
Page xxxi, fourth line from the bottom. The expenses of the Out-Door Poor Department, here stated as $16,488.58, should be $16,491.58 as given in detail on page 102 of the Appendix and the true total for all the Departments should be $ 15,825.51. Same page: The receipts for support at the State Reform School were $1,802.27 instead of $1,802.47.
Page cxviii, last line, for 140 read 100.
Appendix, page 50, Table XII., last column; the Worcester Asylum figures should be $2,450.38 not $2,450.88.
Appendix, page 62, Table XVII., the “ Total of all Classes " 'for 1881 should be 7,706.
The Manual of Laws and Decisions, bound in with this Report as a special appendix, was printed in July, 1882, and gives the members of boards as they then stood, not as now serving. It has a separate paging and index.
, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH, LUNACY, AND CHARITY.
[Names of past members in Italics; of present members in small capitals.]
June 7, 1879.
June 12, 1879.
June 7, 1887.
April 11, 1881.*
June 7, 1885.
Dec. 4, 1882.*
June 7, 1883.
7, 1886. 7, 1885.
HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS.
S. W. Abbott, Wakefield, Health Officer.
S. C. Wrightington, Fall River, Supt. of In-door Poor.
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, LUNACY, AND CHARITY.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD, STATE HOUSE,
Boston, Jan. 2, 1883.
To His Excellency the Governor and Honorable Council:
The undersigned, members of the State Board of Health, Lunacy, and Charity, herewith present, for the consideration of the General Court, their Fourth Annual Report.