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INDIANA 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 



Officers of State 



STATE OF INDIANA 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS, TRUSTEES AND SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE 

SEVERAL BENEVOLENT AND REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS, AS 

REQUIRED BY LAW TO BE MADE TO THE GOVERNOR, 



Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1904. 



BY AUTHORITY, 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BURFOBD, CONTRACTOR FOB STATE PRINTING AND BINDING. 
1905. 



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INDIANA STATE LIBRARY 



PREFACE. 



STATE OF INDIANA, 

Office of Secretary of State, 

Indiajsapolis, October 1, 1905 

In accordance with the requirements oI^Sm act apijroved February 3, 
1853 (1st G. & H., 1). 538), the several administrative officers of the State, 
and tlie Trustees and Superintendent of the Benevolent, Reformatory and 
Educational Institutions thereof, ha|e submitted to the Governor and filed 
in the Executive Department the reports required of tliem for the fiscal 
year ending October 31, 1904, and tlie ca^en^ir year ending December 31, 
1904, respectively, which have been enterert "Sf record in the order of their 
reception and delivered to the Secretary of State for publication under tlie 
order of the Board of Commissioners of Public Printing and Binding. 

One thousand copies of reports are now bound in two volumes, and 
issued to the officers and persons designated by law to receive them. The 
usual number of copies of each report have also been bound in pamphlet 
form and delivered to the xesponsible officer or Superintendent of each 
Institution for distribution in such manner as they may deem for the best 
interests of the State. 

HARRY SLOUGH, 

Clerk Bwraii of Pnhlir Pr/nlhtij. 



CONTENTS. 



VOL. n. 

JSToi'thern Indiana Hospital for Insane. 

Southern Indiana Hospital for Insane. 

Eastern Indiana Hospital for Insane. 

Central Indiana Hospital for Insane. 

Education of the Deaf and Dumb. 

Education of the Blind. 

School for Feeble-Minded Youth. 

Custodian of Public Buildings. 

State Veterinarian. 

Librarian of the Indiana State Library. 

Public Library Commission. 

Indiana State Normal School. 

Purdue University. 

Trustees Indiana University. 

Indiana State Prison. 

Indiana Boys' School. 

Indiana Industrial School for Girls and Womans Prison, 

Indiana State Soldiers' Home. 

Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home. 

State Board of Forestry. 

Department of Inspection. 

Board of State Charities. 

Indiana Labor Commission. 

Farmers' Institutes. 



Ninth Biennial Report of the Trustees and 
Medical Superintendent 



Northern 
Indiana Hospital for Insane 



AT LONGCLIFF, NEAR LOGANSPORT 



Biennial Period Ending October 31, 
1904 



To the Qovernor 




INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BUHFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING ANDIBINDING 
1905 



THE STATE OF INDIANA, ^ 

Executive Department, [ 

December 13, 1904. J 

Received by the Governor, examined and referred to the Auditor of 
State for verification of the financial statement. 



Office of Auditor of State, 



E Ui<' AUDITUK UD' OTATE, I 

Indianapolis, December 17, 1904. (" 



The within report, so far as the same relates to raoneys drawn from the 
State Treasury, has been examined and found correct. 

D. E. SHERRICK, 

Auditor of State. 



December 17, 1904. 

Returned by the Auditor of State, with above certificate, and trans- 
mitted to Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board 
of Commissioners of Public Printing and Binding. 

GEORGE B. LOCKWOOD, 

Private Secretary. 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, 
December 17, 1901. 

DANIEL E. STORMS, 

Secretary of State. 



Received the within report and delivered to the printer December 17, 
1904. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 

Clerk Fr'mtiiuj Bureau. 



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NORTHERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 



1904. 



Trustees, 

CHARLES W. SLICK, President, Misliawaka. 

HEXRY A. BARXHART, Vice-President, Rochester. 

-WARREX T. M'CRAY, Treasurer, Kentland. 

Medical Superintendent, 

JOSEPH G. ROGERS, Ph. D., M. D. 

Assistant Physicians, 

EDWARD C. ELDER, M. D. 

JOH^T M. PULLIAM, M. D. 

EREDERICK ^Y. TERFLIXGER, M. D. ' 

REBECCA PARISH, M. D. 

Stew^ard, 

AXDREAY W. GAMBLE. 

Storekeeper, 

JOPm WOLF. 

Clerk, 

ELMER E. WORSTELL. " 



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REPORT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Hon. Wia'fiki d T. Duimux. Governor of Indiana: 

kSiv — Tlie Iioai'd of Trustees of the I^oi'tlieni Indiaiui lTos]iitaI 
for Insane respectfully reports for the biennial ])erio(l endini!; 
October 31, 1!)0-1, as follows and transmits herewith the report of 
the jNfedical Sn])erintendent, with accompanying financial and sta- 
tistical tables. 

Early in lliO.'), Mr. B. F. Iveesling', trustee, retired on acconnt 
of exj)iration of term and removal from the State. His place Avas 
filled by the ap])ointment of Mr. A¥arren T. McCray, of Iventland, 
\\ho became treasurer on the reorganization of the Board imme- 
diately thereafter. 

The 0])erations, conditions and needs of the hospital are fully 
jn-esented in the Su])('rint('ndent's re])ort and a])])ende(l tables, with 
snfiicient details, to which you are respectfully referred. 

The general physical state of the hospital has been much ad- 
vanced by numerous improvements, additions and repairs therein 
fnllv described. And it is the earnest opinion of the Board that 
the ]iolicy of carrying out the iilan of accessory betterments 
should be continued until no department of the hos]utal is below 
a projier standard of excellence. The work done within the period 
has been economically but thoroughly well done, and those who 
did it deserve credit therefoi'. Idic designers and directors ot it 
were of tlie regular force of the hos])ital ; a few masons and car- 
penters being s})ecially engaged from the outside. The additional 
improvements recommended by the Superintendent have our ear- 
nest endorsement. And 'the estimates set forth in the suniniarv 
of needs herewith submitted are deemed correct and ncM-cssary. 

In the matter of capacity the hospital has l)een ovei'taxcd for 
two years past, sei'iously. Last year accomnu:)dations foi- thirty 
male patients was made in a tent, which continues in use satis- 
factorily. 

For some time, female patients hax'c been adnutte<l <inly when 
vacancies have occurred. At present there is a considerable r<ill 

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of suspended applications. The fnrlougli list is about one hundred 
in number. There is pressing need for two more buildings to meet 
the requirements of now and the immediate future. 

Tlie general operations and conditions of the hospital in all its 
departments have been repeatedly and fully observed. Its com- 
ments and criticisms are on record monthly in the transactions of 
the Board. The officers are earnest in the performance of their 
duty and tlie employes deserve credit for the good work they are 
doing. 

AVe feel sure that proper economy has been manifested in the 
use of all funds v.dthout derogation of standard. We deem the 
present clothing fund sufficient, but think the repair fund should 
be raised to $7,500. For maintenance, $135,000 is required for 
820 inmates, with provision for any excess over this population, as 
usual. 

The assets of the hospital are shown to be as follows: 

Real estate $634.9GG 47 

Equipment 89,198 29 

Total .$724,104 76 

The gain for the biennial period has been: 

Real estate $:36,027 79 

Equipmen t 4,-57.5 54 

Total .$40,603 33 

Funds and disbursements are set forth in detail in the appendix. 
No accounts payable are outstanding. 
Very respectfully, 

CHAKLES W. SLICK, 
WAKEEN T. M'CRAY, 
• . HENRY A. BARNIIART, 

Trustees. 



NORTHERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 



SUMMARY OF NEEDS 
For the Biennial Period Ending October 3 J, 1907. 

FOR CURRENT EXPENSE. 

Clothing $6,000 00 

Repairs 7,500 00 

Maintenance (for 820) 135,000 00 

Total annually $148,500 00 

FOR MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS. 

Hot-water system $2,-500 00 

Laundry equipment 2,500 00 

Tile floors 2,500 00 

Roof repairs 2,-500 00 

Refrigerating extension 1,800 00 

Available at oiiee and until October 31, 1007 $11,800 00 

FOR ADDFTIONAL CAPACITY. 

T^Y0 additional buildings and accessories for 110 inmates $80,(X)0 00 

Available one-lialf annually until October 31, 1907. 



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REPORT OF MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT. 



To the Board of Trustees: 

Gentlemen — As prescribed by law, I have the honor to report 
the operations of the N"orthern Indiana Hospital for Insane for 
the biennial j^eriod ending October 31, 1904, and its present and 
future needs as follows: 

MEDICAL HISTORY. 
MOVEMENT OF INMATES. 

Year Ending October 31, 1903. 

MOVEMENT. MEN. WOMEN. TOTAL. 

Enrolled November .1, 1002 43.3 391 824 

Admitted 142 105 247 

Discharged 37 33 70 

Recovered 23 IG 39 

Improved 9 14 23 

Unimproved 2 2 4 

Not insane 3 1 4 

Died 42 30 72 

Furloughed October 31 GO 38 98 

Average actually resident 413 378 791 

Enrolled October 31, 1903 49G 433 929 

Year Ending October 37, 1904. 

MOVEMENT. MEN. WOMEN. TOTAL. 

Enrolled November 1, 1903 49G 433 929 

Admitted 130 122 252 

Discharged 78 56 134 

Recovered 31 27 57 

Improved 42 ,20 62 

Unimproved 3 5 8 

Not insane 2 5 7 

Died 62 40 102 

Furloughed October 31 50 46 96 

Average actually resident 437 398 835 

Enrolled October 31, 1904 486 460 946 

Further details of movement and general medical statistics are 

set forth in an a])peiidix. TIk'so tables may be analyzed as fol- 
lows : 



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Psychoses of Admitted. During the last two years there 
Avere admitted 499 patients. Of these, 92 (18 per cent.) were cases 
of acute mania ; of chronic mania there were 43 (9 per cent.) ; of 
epileptic mania, 11 (2 per cent.) ; melancholia, 199 (40 per cent.); 
primary dementia, Ci (1 per cent.); second dcmeutia, IT) (3 per 
cent.) ; senile dementia, 39 (8 per cent.) ; epileptic dementia, 11 (2 
per cent.) ; paretic dementia, 27 (5 per cent.) ; paralytic dementia, 
8 (l^r per cent.); dementia praecox, 11 (2 per cent.); epilepsy, 17 
(4 per cent.); katatonia paranoia and chorea pro_t>ressive, each less 
than 1 per cent., and not insane 11 (2 per cent.). In none of these 
Avas there an absence of warrant for committal, and in no case 
did there appear evidence of improper motives other than tlie dis- 
jiosition to shirk the care of aged relatives, who had become in- 
firm in both mind and body from seni^lity. 

Psychoses of Recoyered. During the first year 39 (IG per 
cent, of admitted) were discharged recovered ; during the second 
year, 57 (26 per cent.). Combining the two years, there were 41 
recoveries from acute mania (50 per cent, of the number of this 
class admitted) ; of chronic mania there were 4 recoveries and 43 
admissions, all of these were after 5 years of duration — of course 
the permanency is uncertain ; of melancholia, 50 (33 per cent, of 
number admitted). 

Duration of Recovered Cases. In acute mania recoveries were 
evenly distributed at periods of from i- months to 2 years ; in mel- 
ancholia from 2 months to 4 years. 

Mortality. The number under care during the first year was 
1,071, the mortality 72 (6.7 per cent.) ; for the second year there 
were 1,181 and the mortality 102 (8.6 per cent.). The large mor- 
tality rate of the last year is in a measure explained by reference 
to Table 10, in which the age at death is shown to be over 50 
years in 62 cases, over 60 years in 42, over 70 years in 25, and 
between 80 and 90 in 4. 

Among the committals for the last year were many in the last 
stages of senile decay, sent to hospital not so much on account of 
mental conditions as because they required troublesome care at 
]iome. At the present time the crowded state of the institution 
under the law governing selection of cases for adudssion will bar 
the reception of mere dotards to a certain extent. 



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Combining the two years, the mortality was assignable to psy- 
choses as follows: Acnte mania, IT; chronic mania, 23; epileptic 
mania, 7 ; melancholia, 20 ; senile dementia, 28 ; primary de- 
mentia, 2 ; secondary dementia, 14 ; paralytic dementia, 7 ; paretic 
dementia, 32 ; epileptic dementia, 10 ; paranoia, 1 ; progressive 
chorea, 2 ; dementia praecox, 1. 

The complications and causes of death were as follows: Pul- 
monary tuberculosis, 10 ; pneumonia, 22 ; pulmonary hemorrhage, 
1; pulmonary edema, 2; organic heart disease, 18; cardiac 
thrombosis, 2 ; basilar thrombosis, 1 ; cardiac paralysis, 7 ; 
organic brain disease, 4; cerebral apoplexy, 18; meningitis, 
8; septicemia, 8; nephritis, 6; inanition, 11; general paresis, 23; 
phlebitis, 1 ; status epilepticus, 7 ; enteritis, 7 ; retropharyngeal ab- 
scess, 1; senility, 1; exhaustion, 11; Graves disease, 3; cerebro- 
spinal-sclerosis, 1 ; diabetes melitus, 1 ; diffuse abscess of scalp, 1 ; 
uremia, 1 ; ileus, 1 ; accidental strangulation, 1 ; laryngeal paraly- 
sis, 1. 

Clinical Notes. During the winter of 1903-4 pneumonia, 
which is usually qnite rare, was very prevalent, in both lobar and 
lobular forms, affecting old people disastrously and adding 22 to 
the death rate. The total number of cases was 28. Influenza was 
rife in February, and in March and April occurred 57 cases of 
measles, the latter affecting emploves mainlv, with recoveries in 
all. 

The efforts described in my report of 1902 to improve physical 
conditions and reduce the propagation of mosquitoes have been 
continued with good results. For a year past no cases of ague have 
appeared and a very few of the autumnal remittent type. Insects 
of the genus Anopheles are relatively uncommon. The prevalence 
of tuberculous disease seems to be steadily decreasing, and its mor- 
tality rate for the last two years is somewhat less than 6 per cent, 
of the total number of deatlis. Outdoor life throughout the year, 
as far as possible, has been tlie rule for all cases, with isolation to 
the practicable limit, both indoors and out. 

Since September, 1903, thirty men lived in a tent, very satis- 
factorily to themselves and with great benefit to such as were at 
all feeble physically. Gain in weight was manifested in every 
instance. But little intercurrent sickness arose at any time among 
these tenters, excepting influenza, which affected half of them at 
one time. 



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The surgical needs of the population for this period have been 
limited, bnt such as they were they were fully met with satis- 
factory results, as a rule. The following notes of cases may be 
of interest: 

1. Uterine fibroid, four inches, hysterectomy, recovery; 
chronic mania unchanged. 

2. Hypertrophy of clitoris, witli lacerations of cervix uteri, 
trachelorrhaphy and clitoridectomy, recovery; secondary dementia 
unchanged. 

-3. Proccdentia (complete), vaginal hysterectomv, recovery; 
chronic mania unchanged. 

4. Carcinoma of cervix uteri, vaginal hystei'cctomv, recovery; 
also from a profound melancholia. 

5. Mastoiditis, trephining and eurrettage ; death from menin- 
gitis four months later. 

6. Ectopic gestation, four years' standing, laparotomy, recov- 
ery ; epileps\' improved. 

7. Yulvo-vaginal cyst, excision, recovery. 

8. Carcinoma of face, excision; recurrence, erysipelas; death 
from retropharyngeal abscess. 

9. Two luxations of jaw, one luxation of hip, manual reduc- 
tion; good recoveries. 

10. Fractures of hip, four cases ; one consecutive death, three 
iiartial recoveries; one fracture of thigh, one Colics' fracture, two 
metacarpal fractures, all with fair recoveries. 

Thirteen autopsies were held, in special cases, by permission 
of friends, when there were any such. In the case of Mr. John 
M. Owen, an attendant, the brain, without the dura, weighed 77 
ounces, after drainage. Death was due to asphyxia during an 
epileptic convulsion. Height of man, 6 feet 6 inches; weight, 
220 pounds. This is supposed to be the largest brain on record. 

The Medical and Surgical Equipment has been well main- 
tained and a number of valuable additions made. During the 
summer months opportunity has been given a number of medical 
students to enter the service as attendants, with unquestionable 
advantage to themselves, in the way of clinical observation, and 
to the hospital, it is thought, in securing earnest service. 

The Training School for Mxrses is maintained as heretofore; 
all but graduate attendants being required to attend. 



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ADMINISTRATION. 

Hospital Staff. Dr. R. F. Darnall, after six years of efficient 
service as assistant. physician, resigned on Julv 20, 1903, to take 
a like position in an institution at Pneblo, Colorado. It gives nie 
pleasure to here recognize the excellence of the service record 
which he left behind, of his sterling character as a man and of 
his many agreeable qualities as a friend and associate. Dr. Ered 
AV. Terflinger, late interne, Indianapolis Hospital, assumed the 
duties of assistant physician August 1, 1903, in the department 
for Avomen. At present the hospital is separated into four sub- 
divisions, each in charge of a physician. Drs. Parrish, Elder and 
Pulliani continue to render excellent and loyal service. In April 
of this year Mr. W. G. Zahrt resigned the position of steward, 
after eleven years of service, to accept a more lucrative position in 
Fort Wayne. His dejDarture was attended by general regret and 
the good wishes of all. His place has been tilled by Mr. A. W. 
Gamble, formerly professor of science in the Logansport liigli 
school. Mr. Elmer Worstell and John Wolf, as clerk and store- 
keeper, respectively, continue to fulfill these, functions earnestly 
and efficiently. 

IMPROVEMENTS. 

Using funds appropriated by the Legislature of 1903, the fol- 
loAving needed improvements have been made and brought into 
use : 

A Mechanical Workshop, 30x50x18 feet, with finished cellar, 
of stone with slate roof, at a cost of $2,385.24. 

A Store House, near railway siding, 40x100x12 feet, with 8- 
foot basement, of stone with slate roof; equipped with elevator, 
scales, oil pump, portable shelving and all needed accessories, cost- 
ing $4,962.60. 

Extension of Employes' Dining Poom, adding 10x48 feet, in 
the form of a gallery suspended from the trusses above over the 
north end of the central dining ball; equipped with sink, scullery 
tables, plate warmer and serving benches, costing $439.83. 

Additional Farm Buildings, C()m]U'ising a stone cattle stable, 
25x00x14 feet, containing 20 stalls, a bull stalde and full-sized 
hay loft, two l»rick silos each 10x32 feet inside, and a granary 



20x40x8 feet. There lias l)eeii provided also, a eorn mill, a root 
eiittor, an ensilage niaeliine and an electric motor, properl}- wired 
and equipped to aliVird 10 liorse power. The cost of these addi- 
tions was $3,715.58. 

Kefrig-erating Apparatus. A ten-ton Vogt absorption machine 
complete, located in the power house, with brine pipes leading- into 
and tlironghout the cold store 250 feet distant, which was remod- 
eled so as to afford six commodious cooling rooms averaging lOx 
12x16 feet in size, all costing $4,000. 

A Xew Bakery, detached, one story, 30x(50xl2 feet, of brick 
with slate roof and steel ceiling, equipped with a ton horse-power 
steam engine, a four-barrel dough mixer, a d(_»ugh break, a flour 
elevator, sifter, a substantial continuous Are oven, 11x13 feet, 
troughs, benches, bread racks, etc., altogether costing $4,000. 

A Coal Shed, adjacent to boiler room, 75x85x17 feet, of brick 
with metal roof, arranged, for two railway tracks into and through 
the building and chutes into boiler room, provided with an en- 
closed and heated dressing room and water-closet, costing $4,000. 

Automatic Stokers, installed by the Detroit Stoker Company, 
under the six Babcock and Wilcox boilers in boiler room, costing 
$-1,000. 

A Laundry Annex, two stories, 30x36 feet, of brick, with 
metal roof, costing $1,492.15. 

Tile Floors in eighteen water-closets, loggie, sculleries, bath 
rooms, costing $1,105.38. 

SPECIAL NEEDS. 

Hot Water System. The present water supply of this hos- 
pital is ample in quantity, of good, potable quality, pleasant taste, 
but like 'all Indiana natural waters derived from wells contains 
a very considerable quantity of mineral matter consisting ver}' 
largely of carbonates of lime and magnesia, with a lesser pro- 
portion of sulphate of lime, these elements being common to all 
hard waters. The power boilers feed water, as well as the hot 
water for domestic uses, including the bathing of a thousand peo- 
ple, some of whom require it quite often, and the kitchen and 
dining room service throughout the institution, amoxnits to quite 
a number of thousands of gallons daily. The existing water heat- 
ing ajjparatus has been in use since the opening of the hospital, 



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in the main, is now about worn out and never was satisfactory, all 
being close heaters, especially designed and only fitted for use with 
soft waters. Immense accnmnlations of mineral deposits gather in 
these heaters so that they have to be frequently taken to pieces to 
be cleaned, one of them every four weeks, always with more or 
less damage to parts. The hot w^ater pipes leading to all parts of 
the hospital, particularly those nearest the heaters, tend to be- 
come clogged with the same material, so that every few j^ears they 
require renewal. 

To meet these conditions there is needed an open heater of 
large capacity, made in such a way as to throw down and inter- 
cept all deposits of this character into pans or other removable 
and easily cleanable devices and otherwise arranged so as to prac- 
' tically filter out and intercept, mechanically and completely, all 
undesirable material in the water, of sufficient capacity to furnish 
both the boiler and domestic supply, utilizing all exhaust steam 
about the power-house for the purpose of heating the water in 
such a way that all oils from engines and pumps will be likewise 
intercepted. It is also desirable and necessary that the system of 
hot water pipes be increased in size for some distance from the 
common center, at power-house, and that the exhaust steam from 
the various steam-using machines be brought by proper piping to 
a common center near the proposed heater, to make the system 
complete and satisfactory in its operations. 

It is hardly necessary to discuss the economy of means to pre- 
vent accumulations of scale in steam boilers, or of its constant or 
frequent removal therefrom when once deposited. The boilers 
of this institution are fairly free of incrustation, but they have 
been kept so by constant labor and attention, chemically and me- 
chanically, and are practically as good now as when installed 
eighteen years ago. That it is better to intercept, as far as pos- 
sible, scale-forming material before it enters the boilers goes with- 
out saying, and that it is eminently desirable to keep the hot water 
system which supplies the domestic service of the institution in 
all its parts free from scale is equally patent. 

To accomplish these results, nothing promises so well as a large, 
open heater especially designed for use with hard water. 

Therefore, there is asked for a hot-water heater of 8,000 gallons 
per hour capacity, and an enlargement and improvement of hot- 
water and exhaust systems, $2,500. 



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Laundry Equipment. The laundry of this institution remains 
the same practically in its size and style of equipment as when 
first opened sixteen years ago. The hospital has doubled its size. 
There has been added to the building lately an annex which is 
now ready for occupation and use. To meet urgent present needs 
the ironing room requires development. To this end a large steam 
mangle and other apparatus of lesser cost are required. 

IN'early all the ironing at the present time is done by hand. A 
large detail of patients is daily engaged in this occupation under 
the direction of a small force of paid employes, but a large pro- 
j.ortion of what laundrymen call ''flat goods," such as sheets, 
counterpanes, etc., and most of the underclothing, are not ironed 
at all. This situation has existed up to date, on account of in- 
sufficient equipment, until the present moment, for the reason 
that there was no room to place the equipment if we had had it. 
JSTow that we have the room, there is asked for a steam mangle and 
other laundry equipment the sum of $2,500. 

Tile Floors. In the course of the sixteen years during which 
the hospital has been occupied there has been a gradual decay of 
the wooden floors in water-closets, bathrooms, sculleries, etc., 
throughout all the buildings. During the last biennial period, 
eighteen such rooms have been equipped with proper and satis- 
factory tile floors. 

It is very necessary that this work of improvement should be 
completed within the next two years, in all other rooms of this 
class throughout the hospital, in many of which the wooden floors 
are mere shells, kept up by temporary patchwork, so that they 
can be used. 

Therefore, there is asked for tile floors for water-closets, bath- 
rooms, sculleries, etc., $2,500. 

Roof Repairs. When this hospital Avas built, eighteen years 
or more ago, all the cresting, hip-rolls, finials, and other roof fin- 
ish, was terra-cotta. In this climate terra-cotta has a limited ex- 
istence — it is not the climate of Etruria. 

The terra-cotta has gradually become crazed, then cracked and 
then it has fallen off, a piece at a time, so that roofs leak and look 
very shabby, excepting on buildings for which galvanized sub- 
stitutions — in the same design as the old terra-cotta, well panited 



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with Venetian red — have been substituted. Seven large buildings 
yet remain to be repaired in tliis manner. There is asked for roof 
repairs, $2,500. 

Extension of Refrigerating System. Within the last two 
years an appropriation of $4,000 has been used to install a ten-ton 
refrigerating plant, which has proven to be eminently satisfactory. 

The provision so far made covers the refrigeration of a six-room 
cold store of ample size. !N^o provision was made for the manu- 
facture of any ice ; this, however, caii he done easily at a limited 
expense, and it is thought to be desirable. 

The refrigerators at the administration kitchen, which is an im- 
portant locality, are at present cooled in the summer time, and 
winter, also, when necessary, by ice, usually home-grown, when 
we can get it. This requires the labor of two or three men and a 
horse and wagon for an hour or two every other afternoon during 
the liot weather, and less frequently in the winter time, for the 
transfer of ice from the ice house to the basement of the adminis- 
tration. All this labor and litter will be avoided by the running of 
an underground, double brine pipe line 800 feet from the refrig- 
erating machine to the coolers in the administration basement. 
This in;\23rovement is deemed important^ and much to be disired. 
The capacity of the central machine is ample to meet the require- 
ments. From this line it is proposed to take oft' a branch for a 
supply of cold to a very excellent refrigerator of sufficient size 
in which ice was formerly used at the general kitchen. There is 
asked for extension of refrigerating system $1,800. 

GENERAL MAINTENANCE. 

For the biennial period just closed the appropriation for main- 
tenance practically sufficed to meet actual requirements. 

For the first year the clothing appropriation ($3,100) was very 
inadequate ; for the last year the clothing appropriation ($6,000 j 
was enough to secure a proper and decent standard of apparel for 
those clothed by the State. ' 

The repair fund appropriated annually has never been sufficient 
to make good wear and damage, ^o property can be preserved 
and maintained so as to prevent decay for le^ss than 1 per cent, of 
its value. The State has property at Longcliff valued at nearly 
$700,000. The annual repair fund should be at least $7,500 ; with 



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such a fund there woukl be no demand or excuse. for appeals for 
specific appropriations on account of extensive and delayed repairs. 
The property could be and would then be kept in good condition 
currently — the stitch which saves nine would be taken in time and 
the property would be kept as good as new. 

For the biennial period ending October 31, 1907, there is needed 
annually: 

For maintenance, $135,000, with $103 per capita per annum for 
any excess over 820 inmates. 

For clothing, $G,000. 

For repairs, $7,500. 

RECAPITULATION OF NEEDS. 

REGULAR. 

Maintenance', per annum $135,000 00 

Clothing 6,000 00 

Repairs 7,500 00 

SPECIFIC. 

Hot-Water System $2,500 00 

Laundry Equipment . . .- 2,500 00 

Tile Floors 2,500 00 

Roof Repairs 2,500 00 

Refrigerating System 1,800 00 

CAPACITY. 

At the present time the permanent capacity of the Northern 
Indiana Hospital for Insane is 820. beds. For the last year thirty 
additional inmates have resided in a tent, very agreeably and com- 
fortably to themselves, but it is not expected that the tent shall 
be a permanent institution. There are now on file twenty sus- 
pended applications — all women. A like number in the district, 
it is estimated, would demand hospital care if it were known that 
the hospital could accommodate them. The average number of 
furloughed cases has for some time past been approximately 100 ; 
sometimes more, sometimes a few less. 

The population of the northern district for insane, comprising 
twenty-two counties north of the Wabash river (over one-half mil- 

2— Northern Insane. 



IS 

lion at the last census) is growing rapidly. Without question its 
insane jDopulation will gradually increase in number. Provisions 
should certainly be made concurrently with this increase, if not 
in anticipation of it beforehand. The existing conditions dictate, 
in my opinion, the construction of two additional buildings having 
a total capacity of 140 inmates — one for women, one for men. The 
central plant of the institution is sufficiently capacious to meet 
additional requirements of such an addition wuthout change or 
expansion, excepting that an additional large steam boiler and an 
annex to the boiler-house for its accommodation, will be required. 
To build and equip, ready for use, in a proper manner, the above 
will require $80,000, including accessories. This estimate is based 
on recent practical experience in constructing comparatively recent 
additions to the J^orthern Hospital, and is thought to be as low as 
practicably safe, but at the same time, surely sufficient, and will 
provide plain but well-built and durable edifices, using the best 
materials for the purposes intended. 

In this connection I desire to state that any expansion of the 
capacity of this hospital beyond the additional limit mentioned will 
involve remodeling and increase of the central plant generally, 
which will prove to be undesirably expensive. If further hospital 
capacity be required by the district, or the State, as a whole, in 
my opinion, it should be met by the provision of a separate insti- 
tution. 

In this connection I desire to state that this hospital is at present 
accommodating 81 epileptic patients, who would be better cared 
for in an institution for epileptics only, and whose removal would 
add that number to the present practical capacity. My advice 
favoring the separation of the epileptic class from the non-epileptic 
insane, has been frequently heretofore given and is still maintained 
without abatement. 

Occupation and Amusement. The number of patients engaged 
in useful pursuits has been increased during the last two years for 
the reason that larger opportunity has been presented, especially 
in the way of building, ditching and new lines of horticulture. 
The men have enjoyed it and are usually very ready to volunteer. 
Ihis has been due in a measure to the tact, personal energy and 
judgiuent of certain attendants, who have made a specially good 
record on this point. Ornamental basket-making has interested 



10 

some of the women's wards with excellent effect on the mental state 
of several patients who previously were at a standstill. The 
weekly dance, dramatic entertainment, concerts, base ball occa- 
sionally and other amnsements, indoors as well as out, continue to 
furnish a measure of cheer. 

Small libraries are maintained on nearly all wards, and news- 
papers and magazines are liberally provided. Thanks are due to 
publishers for gratuitous copies of the Milf ord Mail, The Michigan 
City Freilanze, The Silent Hoosier, The Laporte Argus, the Michi- 
gan City Dispatch, South Bend Times and Tribune, and Rochester 
Sentinel. 

In conclusion I acknowledge thankfully the loyal and efScient 
assistance of employes and officers and the very helpful and con- 
siderate support of your honorable board. I am, 

Respectfully, 

J. G. ROGEES, 
Medical Superintendent. 

Longcliff, November 4, 1004. 



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APPENDIX. 



(21) 



MEDICAL TABLES 



Report of Medical Superintendent. 



NORTHERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 



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Psychoses of Admitted. 





Fiscal Year. 


PSYCHOSES. 


1902-1903. 


1903-1904. 




Men. 


WooQen. 


Total. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 




35 

6 
4 

55 
2 
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9 


17 
14 

44 


52 

20 
7 

99 
3 
9 

16 
3 
8 
4 
2 
2 
9 
5 
2 
6 


18 

8 

1 

51 


22 
15 
3 

49 
3 
4 
6 
6 
3 
3 
1 


40 
23 
4 






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100 
3 




2 
17 

2 
16 

1 


6 




23 




8 




7 
4 
1 


19 




4 




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3 


1 


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1 

8 
2 
1 
2 


1 


Epilepsy 


8 
1 
1 
3 


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4 


6 


Chorea, progressive 


1 




3 


5 






Totals 


142 


105 


247 


130 


122 


252 







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TABLE VIII. 



Duration of Psychoses of Ad7nitted. 









Fiscal 


Year. 






DURATION. 


1902-1903. 


1903-1904. 




Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 




20 
7 

15 

59 

23 

5 

3 

1 


6 
3 
8 

30 

22 

17 

4 

2 


26 
10 

23 
89 
45 
22 
7 
3 


27 

SO 

31 

32 

3 

3 

1 


15 
23 
28 
33 
3 
6 


42 




53 




59 




65 


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9 




5 












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1 


1 

1 
1 


































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3 
1 
1 


4 

4 
1 
2 




1 








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Twenty-five to thirty years 






1 






1 




1 




2 
3 




2 
6 


3 


1 


Not insane 


3 


2 


5 


Totals 


142 


105 


247 


130 


122 


252 







TABLE IX. 



Aipproximate Ages of Eecovernl 



Fiscal Year. 



AGES. 


1902-1903. 


1903-1904. 




Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 




1 


3 
1 

5 
3 
3 

1 


4 
1 
12 

9 

7 
5 

1 


2 
5 
9 
1 11 
4 




2 




3 
6 
10 
4 
2 
1 


8 
15 
21 

8- 
2 






7 
6 
4 
4 

1 




Between 50 and 60 years 






1 


Between 70 and 80 years 


Total 


23 


16 


39 


31 


26 


57 



TABLE X. 



Approximate Ages of Those Who Died. 





Fiscal Yeae. 


AGES. 


1902-1903. 


1903-1904. 




Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 




1 
6 
17 
14 
1 
3 


2 
3 
3 
6 
5 
7 
4 


3 

9 

20 
20 

6 
10 

4 


2 

y 

12 
10 
13 
13 
3 


1 

6 
9 
10 
4 
8 
1 
1 


3 




15 




21 




lO 




17 




21 




4 






1 














Totals 


42 


30 


72 


62 


40 


102 







TABLE XL 



Number of Admissions to Any Hospital of Admitted. 





Fiscal Year. 


NUMBER OF ADMISSIONS. 


1902-1903. 


1903-1904. 




Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 




117 

18 

4 

1 


78 

23 

3 

1 


195 
41 

7 


108 
16 

f 

1 


99 
17 
6 


207 


Second admission 


33 


Third admission 


8 
1 






1 


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1 

1 




1 
1 








1 




1 










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1 




1 












Total 


142 


105 


247 


130 


122 


252 







33 



TABLE XII. 



Occupation of Admitted. 









Fiscal Year. 






OCCUPATION. 


1902-1903 




1903-1904. 






Men. 


Women. 


Total 


Men. 


Women. 


Total 


Agent 


1 

3 
1 

1 




1 

3 
1 

1 


2 

i 






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1 


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Blacksmith 




5 

1 
1 
1 
3 




5 

1 
1 
1 
3 


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4 

1 
2 
1 

1 
1 
1 




4 

1 
2 
1 

1 
1 

1 




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1 
2 




1 
2 

14 

1 
















9 
3 


9 
3 

1 
1 
2 

48 
8 


14 
1 








Drayman 


1 

1 

2 

48 








2 
1 
46 




2 
1 

46 
10 

1 
1 
73 














8 


10 




1 


1 
1 












69 


69 


73 


Hatter 


i 

1 




Hodcarrier 














1 




1 




1 

34 

1 

2 

2 
1 
1 

1 




34 

2 

2 
1 
1 

1 








25 




25 


Lineman 






Lumberman's daughter 


1 








Machinist 












3 
2 




3 








2 


Moulder 








Millhand 




1 


2 


1 
2 






Manufacturer 








4 

1 
8 


4 


Miller 










1 


None 


6 
1 
4 

1 
1 
1 


10 


16 
1 

4 

1 
2 

1 


14 


22 


Optician 




Painter 




1 

1 
3 




1 


Physician 






1 




i 




3 








Plumber 




1 




1 


Real Estate dealer 


1 




1 






Railroader 




2 
3 




2 


Salesman 


2 




2 
1 
2 

1 




3 




1 


2 
2 

1 


2 




2 




2 


Stenographer 


1 




] 


Saloonkeeper 




1 

1 
1 


1 


Shoemaker 










1 


Sailor 








1 




1 

1 
2 




i 
1 

2 






Tinner 




1 




' 1 










Tailor 




1 
1 




1 




4 


2 


6 


2 
1 

122 


3 


Weaver 


1 










130 




Totals 


142 


105 


247 


252 







3— Northern Insane. 



34 



TABLE XIII. 



Civil Condition of Admitted. 







FisCAi 


Year. 




CIVIL CONDITION. 


1902-1903. 


1903-1904. 




Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Men. 


Women . 


Total. 




55 

75 
4 


30 

55 


85 

■ 130 

4 

18 
4 

6 


43 
65 

15 


31 

65 


74 




130 




15 




18 
2 


25 

1 


25 




4 
4 


3 
4 


4 




4 




122 




Total 


142 


105 


•247 


130 


252 







TABLE XIV. 



Clothing Supply of Admitted. 







FiscAi 


Year. 




SOURCE OF SUPPLY. 


1902-1903. 


1903-1904. 




Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 




71 
71 


68 
37 


139 

108 


71 

59 


86 
36 


157 


County 


95 


Total 


142 


105 


247 


130 


122 


252 







35 



TABLE XV. 



Nativity of Admitted. 









Fiscal 


Year. 






NATIVITY. 


1902-1903. 


1903-1904. 




Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 




64 
6 

i 

4 
1 


54 
1 
2 


118 

7 
4 
1 

8 i 

1 ■ 

2 

2 

10 
38 

8 


54 
2 


60 
3 


114 




5 








1 
1 
1 


3 

5 


4 


Michigan 


4 


6 




1 




2 


1 


1 




2 
5 

20 
4 


1 
5 
22 
3 
1 
1 

1 


1 




5 
18 

4 


2 
18 
6 
1 
1 


7 


Ohio 


40 




8 




9 








2 






2 
1 


2 










1 




2 


3 


3 
2 


3 




3 


5 




1 

10 

1 
2 

2 




i 

1(1 
1 
2 
2 

1 
4 






1 
6 










10 
4 


7 


17 




4 


Holland 












7 


2 


9 


Itily 


1 
2 




Poland 


2 


2 

1 
2 
2 

6 
130 


2 


4 




1 




1 




1 


1 

1 
5 

122 


3 






3 




12 
142 


2 


14 


11 






Totals 


105 


247 


252 







36 



TABLE XVI. 



Admissions by Counties. 





Fiscal Ybar. 


COUNTIES. 


1902-1903. 


1903-1904. 




Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Allen 


1 




1 

1 

20 

11 

22 

10 

10 

9 

13 

6 

10 

30 

12 

15 

5 

9 

7 

2 

22 

4 

6 

H 

4 

4 










1 

11 
7 

10 
3 
4 
4 
7 
3 

9 
10 

6 
5 
2 
4 
3 










9 
4 

12 
7 
6 
5 
6 
3 
8 

20 
6 

10 
3 
5 
4 
2 

15 
3 
5 
5 
1 
2 

142 


9 
7 
8 
4 
4 
2 
6 
5 
6 

11 
6 

11 

7 
8 
4 

17 
2 
1 
6 
3 
3 


6 
5 

19 
4 
5 
3 
5 
1 
5 

10 

4 
2 
5 
4 
2 
15 
2 

6 
4 
1 


15 


D«kalb 


12 


Elkhart 


27 


Fulton 


8 




9 




5 




11 




6 


Lake 


11 




21 




13 




15 




2 


Noble 


12 


Porter 


12 


Pulaski 


6 




7 
1 
1 
9 
3 
2 


32 




4 




8 




12 


White 


7 


Whitley 


4 






Totals 


105 


247 


130 


122 


252 







37 



TABLE XVII. 



Admission by Counties from July 1888, the Beginning. 

Cass 347 

Dekalli ]3() 

Elkhart 2(>r; 

Fulton Kt!) 

Huntington l^O 

Jasper 74 

Kosciusko ICiCi 

Lagrange <;4 

Lake ]:!2 

Laporte 2! >4 

Marshall 14!> 

]Mianii 1!)1 

Newton ^u 

Noble 12S 

I'orter 127 

Pulaski ()4 

St. Joseph 27S 

Starke CO 

Steul)en Ilo 

Wabash 14(1 

White !tl 

Whitley 81 

Other counties oO*! 

Total 3,531 



FISCAL TABLES 



WITH 



Report of Medical Superintendent 



OF THE 



NORTHERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 



1004. 



(39) 



41 



EXHIBIT No. 1. 



SUMMARY OF INVENTORIES. 



Fiscal Year. 



Equipment. 




General offices 

Laborntory 

Medical office 

Medical library 

Miscellaneous library 

Reception room and hall 

Dispensary 

Officers' quarters 

Administration kitchen 

General kitchen 

Central dining hall 

Employes' dining room 

Employes' quarters 

Bakery , 

Stores , 

Sewing room 

Assembly hall 

Orchestra equipment 

Laundry 

Mortuary , 

Wards 

Engineers' stock and tools 

Florist's sfock and tools 

Carpenter's stock and tools 

Painter's stock and tools 

Dairy stock and tools 

Stable stock, vehicles and tools 

Farm and garden stock and tools 

Fire appara tus 

Meat room •. 

Milk room 

Shoe shop 

Total 

Real Estate. 

Land and improvement on land other than buildings 
Buildings 

Total 

Summary. 

Land and buildings 

Equipment 

Total 



Sl,877 4i) 


S2,235 28 


2,082 28 


2,090 98 


927 07 


873 41 


1,300 17 


1,342 22 


644 36 


650 00 


6:'i0 (^6 


75S 34 


1,134 57 


1,017 43 


4,309 82 


3,866 08 


574 40 


531 (W 


3,258 82 


3,317 34 


1,737 3C) 


1,708 66 


734 83 


887 40 


3,207 86 


2,881 32 


332 05 


650 32 


7,892 28 


7,4;i4 52 


354 32 


460 45 


2,803 66 


2,438 00 


200 SO 


200 98 


762 49 


744 95 


114 65 


133 20 


33,196 22 


31,087 47 


2,804 31 


2,718 66 


3,177 82 


3,278 67 


396 31 


791 41 


483 89 


431 12 


3,444 13 


3.9 2 07 


2,832 89 


2,858 00 


3,471 16 


5,104 30 


442 25 


442 25 


144 86 


170 88 


217 16 


190 80 


45 30 


50 10 


S85,556 26 


$89,198 29 


$46,1118 45 


S48,218 81 


552,791 25 


586,747 66 


S599,709 70 


1634,966 47 


3699,709 70 


5634,966 47 


85,556 24 


89,198 29 


$685,265 94 


$724,164 76 



42 



EXHIBIT No. 2. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 



The following is a statement of the receipts and expenditures for the years ending Oc- 
tober 31, 1903, and October 31, 1904 : 

RECEIPTS. 



Fiscal Year. 



1903. 



1904. 



Maintenance, fixed 

For excess over 621 inmates 
For excess over 774 inmates 

Clothing 

Repairs 



Totals 



S98,100 00 
27,274 22 



3,100 00 
4,000 00 



5:132,474 22 



1125,500 00 



0.911 19 
6,000 00 
5,000 00 



16,411 19 



Specific— For biennial period ending October 31, 1904 : 

Store house 

Bakery 

Coal shed 

Dining room extension 

Laundry annex 

Laundry annex— From the Governor's emergency fund. 

Tile floors 

Tile floors— From (Tovernor's emergency fund 

Farm buildings 

Refrigerating apparatus 

Workshop 

Automatic stokers - 



Total 



t5,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,ti00 00 

500 00 
1,200 00 

294 60 
1,000 00 

105 40 
3,800 00 
4,000 00 
2,400 00 
4,000 00 



130,300 00 



Total receipts for biennii,l period ending October 31, 1904. 



3,185 41 



EXPENDITURES. 



Maintenance — 

Salaries and wages 

Fresh meats 

Cured meats and lard 

BreadstufFs 

Cereals and legumes 

Tea an d coffee 

Sugar and syrup 

Vinegar and condiments 

Butter and cheese 

Eggs 

Vegetables 

Fruits— fresh, ilried, canned 

Tobacco 

Bedding 

'Furniture 

House furnishing 

Tinware and kitchen equipment 

Tableware 

Housekeeping supplies 

Gas fuel 

Coal fuel 

Lubricants 



.«52,458 42 


854,202 70 


12,.523 50 


12,120 84 


4,007 75 


3,323 58 


4,698 9i; 


6,286 39 


1,208 72 


1,.379 07 


2,257 38 


2,442 82 


3,231 15 


3,707 56 


555 69 


468 41 


4,982 20 


4,457 11 


3,001 00 


3,915 99 


864 64 


2,142 49 


1,645 28 


2,418 12 


660 79 


920 44 


1,470 32 


2,173 04 


184 09 


517 90 


695 99 


551 86 


1,014 57 


586 44 


1,046 28 


969 15 


1,387 71 


1,(;29 26 


302 52 


1 32 


12.209 38 


14,163 16 


323 37 


316 30 



43 



EXHIBIT No. 2— Continued. 

EXPENDITURES-Continued. 



Fiscal Year. 



1904. 



Medicines, drugs and chemicals 

Druggists' sundries 

Pathological and surgical equipment. 

Cleaning material 

Expressage and telegrams 

Postage 

Chaplain 

Amusements 

Advertising 

Newspiipers and periodicals 

Books 

Blank books, stationery, printing 

Traveling expenses 

Tools and implements 

Undertaking. 

Laundry supplies 

Ice 

Stable provender 

Dairy provender 

Vehicles and harness 

Live stock 

Horseshoeing 

Trees, plants, shrubliery 

Lumber 

Hardware 

Electrical supplies 

Painters' supi'lies 

Sewers and drain 

Roofs 

Brick, lime, cement 

Special labor 

Henters 

Tent ward equipment 

Steam, water and gas fitting 

Boiler insurance 

Glass 

Balance to general fund 



$1,164 00 

185 07 

56 10 

1,026 49 

262 95 

295 00 

110 50 

555 63 

94 00 

112 00 

235 12 

889 93 

320 54 

362 72 

177 69 

1,824 90 

50 68 

1,383 73 

1,335 61 

276 31 

402 00 

183 05 

205 54 

134 49 

150 94 

214 65 

25 62 

3 26 

73 27 

102 04 

9 60 

70 00 

451 72 

81 '.S (15 



Totals. 



Clothing- 
Wages 

Coats 

Vests 

Trousers 

Suits 

Women's hats. . 

Men's hats 

Undershirts . . . . 
Undershirts . . . . 
Men's drawers . 

IMen's hose 

Women's hose. . 
Men's shoes . ... 
Women's shoes . 

Overalls 

Heavy sliirts . . . 
Handkerchiefs . 

Suspenders 

Dress percale . . . 

Prints 

Duck 

Light muslin. .. 
Heavy muslin . 
Cotton flannel . , 
Union flannel . 

Cambric 

Corsets 

Umbrellas 

Thread 

Needles 



1,135 81 
25, .374 22 

S406 06 

373 46 
11 04 

527 OS 
10 00 
31 96 
49 00 
17 29 
3 75 
26 48 

165 37 
22 20 
94 02 
52 09 
52 92 

19l> 27 

6 00 
21 69 

213 88 

30 82 

113 28 

26 99 

142 02 

38 10 

57 94 

5 68 

3 00 

5 10 

76 00 

7 14 



11,080 00 
254 98 
163 84 
993 93 
272 95 
.320 35 
120 50 
490 85 
96 55 
115 20 
.30 15 
562 15 
423 19 

1,087 00 
88 50 

1,520 19 
148 23 

1,090 34 

1,468 14 
188 .30 
585 55 

199 65 
435 54 
35S 60 
166 81 
115 28 
291 23 
132 00 

10 8(1 
124 64 
137 06 

47 95 

2 90 

632 43 

200 00 
20 70 

2.710 70 

135,411 19 



S812 74 
606 06 
104 25 
666 83 
174 27 

(17 25 
144 94 
174 51 

19 50 
149 95 

75 23 

96 15 
254 98 
527 34 

66 61 
206 25 

'"52'99' 
248 14 
8 98 
90 80 
118 06 
51 71 

69 44 

70 79 
12 51 

3 25 
5 40 
.33 99 
12 76 



44 



EXHIBIT 1^0. 2— Continued. 

EXPENDITURES-Continued. 





Fiscal Year. 




1903. 


1904. 


Hair pins 


S3 67 
7 80 
9 41 

4 37 
33 79 
27 66 

2 50 
65 15 

75 

5 00 
11 70 
33 12 
18 25 

3 75 
86 45 


$7 80 
12 00 
10 50 
2 92 
60 41 


Shoe laces 


Elastic webbing 


Collar buttons 


Leather mittens 


Cotton yarn 


Tape 


4 40 
108 00 


Men's slipperi 


Women's slippers 


Thimbles 


2 50 
29 18 
46 72 
21 00 


Buttons 


Cottonade 


Combs \ 


Caps 


Boots 


53 22 


Sun bonnets 


12 16 

76 80 
25 


Shawls 




Collars 




Shirting 




86 01 
6 00 

60 00 
75 96 


Calico 




Pins 




Dress goods 




Cotton batting 




12 25 


Balance to general fund 




386 24 










S3,100 GO 

81,394 80 
331 95 
194 69 
11 99 
107 46 
512 25 


S6,000 00 

82,824 49 
322 67 


Wages 




Hardware 


107 15 




Glass 


40 43 

735 91 




Fence 


40 45 




341 45 
175 00 
137 53 
267 90 

5S2 26 
53 68 


184 22 


Blacksmithiug 






50 77 


Brick. lime and cement 


145 33 




377 84 


Roofs 


122 04 
37 87 




Tools : ■....:::::":: 


62 29 


3 80 




7 03 










S4,000 00 


S5,000 00 





45 



NOETHERN INDIANA. HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 



Specific Expenditures. 



Fiscal Year. 



1903. 



1904. 



Farm buildings 

Tilefioois 

Tile floors (Governor's Eniersency Fund) 

Automatic ctokers 

Refrigerating apparatus 

Laundry annex 

Laundry annex (Governor's Emergency Fund). 

Diningroom extension 

Coal shed 

Workshop 

Bakery 

Storehouse 



Total. 



$1,000 00 
741 78 
55 51 



166 39 
3,641 85 
1,573 80 
2,437 49 
4,047 52 

S13,664 34 



$3,715 58 

999 98 

105 40 

3,000 00 

J,258 22 

1,144 49 

292 15 

271 44 

356 19 

811 44 

1,561 46 

905 63 

$16,421 98 



Amount expended, fiscal year 1902-3., 
Amount expended, fiscal year 1903-4.. 
Balance to general fund 



Total. 



§13,664 34 

16,<21 98 

213 68 

$30,300 00 



46 
EXHIBIT No. 3. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Maintenance for the Fiscal Year 
Eyiding October SI, 1903. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Contingent Innd $500 00 

2. Zeller, MeClellau & Co Coal 939 50 

3. G. W. Seybold & Bros Dry goods 269 72 

4. Schmitt, Heiuley & Baer Dry goods 52 14 

5. John M. Waters Dry goods 54 17 

6. Snider & Alber Qneensware 214 03 

7. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 1,108 73 

8. Reid. Murdoch & Co Groceries 741 53 

9. Franlilin MacVeagh & Co Groceries 555 36 

10. The J. T. Elliott Co Groceries 514 91 

11. Dennis Uhl iV: Co Hreadstutfs 1,08115 

12. Kmgan & Co Chip soap 224 20 

13. Swift & Co Laundry soap 71 05 

14. Armour Soap Works Toilet soap 79 38 

15. AY. H. Maxwell Whisk brooms 10 7S 

16. Standard Oil Co Oils 94 01 

17. Parke, Davis & Co Medicine 29 70 

IS. John Kitchens Potatoes 134 40 

19. James Barr Potatoes 28 35 

20. W. D. Cook Potatoes 54 90 

21. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 728 68 

22. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3.580 19 

23. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 322 08 

24. Swift & Co Fresh meat and butterine 843 31 

25. Nelson Morris & Co ■. Fresh meat and butlerine 678 32 

26. Armour & Co Fresh meat 596 28 

27. W. J. Moxley Butterine 375 00 

28. A. Jordan Co Fggs 205 53 

29. "Byer Brothers & Co Fggs 13 80 

30. Louis Luiek Fresh meats ■ .~ 6 70 

31. F. W. Kinney & Co Fish, oysters and poultry 15 22 

32. Frank Jlall Groceries 11 54 

33. The Wortz Cracker Co Crackei-s 21 60 

34. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Groceries 614 46 

35. The J. T. Elliott Co Groceries 269 86 

36. Reid, Murdoch .&: Co Groceries 102 78 

37. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 49 50 

38. C. G. Freeman Apples and onions 266 67 

39. Zeller, McClellan & Co Coal 2,282 59 

40. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on coiil 352 52 

41. Logan & Wabash Valley Gas Co (xas 107 28 

42. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs 58 42 

43. Ben Fisher Drugs , 5 20 

44. Wm. B. Burford Stationery 214 23 

45. A. F. Burgess Carpenter 40 50 

46. B. F. Goodrich Co Rublter hose 39 71 

47. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 3 60 

48. J. T. Fhmegin Tinware 12 90 

49. Gerts. Lnml»ard Co Brushes 10 00 

50. The Oakville Co Safety pins 15 30 

.51. Schmitt, Heinley .'<: Baer (Juilts 74 79 

52. Wm. H. Thomas .V; Co.... Dry goo(N 357 04 

53. Woll & Tu<-ker mdrr, , -iking 10 00 

54. Killian & Cash I'udertaking 20 00 



47 
EXHIBIT No. 3— Continued. 

iVo. To Whom Paid. On Account, of. Amount. 

55. George A. Seliaofer Hoi'seshoeing $15 55 

56. Standard Oil Co Oil ' T {)i 

57. Dennis Uhl & Co Provender 25S 75 

58. K. N. Tuttlo Tobacco 131 25 

59. C. Keur & Sons Bulbs 36 sn 

GO. Parker & Johnston Lumber 35 20 

62. Nelson Morris & Co B^resli meats 94154 

63. Swift & Co Fi-esh an(4 cni'ed meats' and c.ygs.. 505 71 

64. Armour & Co Fresli meats 387 51 

05. August Albrecbt Fresh meats 5933 

66. D. E. Foote & Co O.ysters 151 13 

67. The J. T. Elliott Co Groceries 503 20 

68. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 104 80 

69. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 135 41 

70. W. J. Moxley Butter 412 50 

71. Wortz Cracker Co Crackers 21 24 

72. J. J. Askren & Son Groceries 14 42 

73. J. P. Davies Chip soap 308 70 

74. Camden & Philadelphia Soap Co Chip soap 79 18 

75. Swift & Co Laundry soap 142 10 

76. Killian & Cash Undertaking 20 00 

77. Woll & Tucker Undertaking 20 00 

78. Troutman & Beal Books 15 00 

79. Geo. A. Schaef er Horseshoeing ' 21 20 

SO. Thos. Myer Harness 7 90 

81. Shaw-Walker Co Card cabinet 16 57 

82. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 25 12 

83. Jos. A. Aman Blacksmithing 46 95 

84. J. VanBuskirk Lumber 9 86 

85. Standard Oil Co Cleaning material 47 64 

86. A. H. Revell & Co House furnishing 105 50 

87. The Duck Brand Co Rubber sheets 43 35 

88. The Beckman Co Blankets 175 00 

89. Jas. P. Martin Stoneware 7 69 

90. J. T. Flanegin Tinware 77 95 

91. The Valzahn Co Ambulance stretcher 11 00 

92. Parke, Davis & Co Medicine 35 25 

93. The G. F. Harvey Co Medicine 44 00^ 

94. J. Ellwood Lee Co Druggist sundries 28 28 

95. Zeller, McClellau & Co Coal 91175 

96. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on coal 412 99 

97. Logan & Wabash Valley Gas Co Gas fuel 7116 

98. Logan Home Telephone Co Telephone service 8 45 

99. C. Keur & Sons Bulbs 19 97 

100. Dean Brothers Steam Pump AVorks. .. Boiler feeder 179 77 

101. The Casparis Stone Co Stone screenings 34 37 

102. Asa Shideler Corn 185 51 

103. Daniel Mahoney Corn 156 23 

104. Herman Homburg Corn 267 57 

105. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 756 66 

106. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3,.532 16 

107. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 412 00 

108. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 756 G8 

109. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3..545 37 

110. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 260 91 

111. Chas. W. Slick, Trustee Salary and traveling expenses 98 20 

112. Henry A. Barnhart, Trustee Salary and traveling expenses 88 80 

113. B. F. Keesling, Trustee Salary 75 00 

114. Armour & Co Fresh and cured meats 809 59 

115. Swift & Co Fresh and cured meats 766 91 



48 
EXHIBIT No. 3— Continued. 

A^o. To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

116. Nelson Morris & Co Fresli aud cured meats 

117. W. C. Kouth Lard 

118. D. E. Foote & Co Oysters 

119. F. M. Kinney & Co Oysters 

120. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 

121. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 

122. The J. T. Elliott Co Groceries 

123. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Groceries 

124. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 

125. Frank Hall (Groceries 

126. D. Uhl & Co Flour 

127. Wortz Cracker Co Crackers 

128. W. J. Moxley Butter 

129. Daniel Stewart Co D^-ugs 

130. Ben Fisher Drugs 

131. Zeller, McClellan & Co Coal 

132. S. Roseuberger, Agt Freight on coal 

133. Logan & Wabash Valley Gas Co Gas fuel ' 

134. Keesling & Metzger Bros Newspapers and advertising.. 

135. Louthain & Barnes Newspapers and advertising.. 

136. Kroeger & Strain Undertaking 

137. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

138. J. T. Flanegin Tinware 

139. Metropolitan Air Goods Mfg. Co Air mattress 

140. A. H. Revell & Co House furnishing 

141. W. H. Thomas & Co Nappery 

142. John M. Waters Dry goods 

143. G. W. Seybold & Bros Dry goods 

144. The Sanitas Co Disinfecting liquid 

145. Geo. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 

146. Standard Oil Co Oils 

147. Varuey Electrical Supply Co Electrical supplies 

148. Wm. B. Burford Printing 

149. A. K. Tatum Label Co Labels 

150. Snider & Alber Queensware 

151. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers" pay-roll 

152. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3,560 20 

153. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 

154. Swift & Co Fresh meats 

155. Nelson Morris & Co l<''resh meats and butterine 

156. Armour & Co Fresh meats 

157. Schwartzschild & Sulzberger Co Cured meats 

158. A. Booth & Co Oysters 

159. A. Booth & Co Oysters 

160. F. W. Kiuuey & Co^ Oysters and poultry 

161. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 

162. The J. T. Elliott Co Groceries '. . . . 

163. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Groceries 

164. Wortz Cracker Co Crackers 

165. Frank Hall Groceries 

166. Armour Soap Works Soap 

167. Zeller, McClellan & Co Coal 

168. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on coal 

169. Ben Fisher Drugs 

170. Parke, Davis & Co Drugs 

171. Terre Haute Distilling Co Drugs 

172. J. A. Everett Seeds '. 

173. J. C. Vaughan Seeds 

174. Geo. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 

175. Standard" Oil Co Oil 



Amount. 


$478 77 


10 83 


49 00 


7 20 


1,496 32 


177 81 


77 30 


70 32 


21 63 


12 58 


1,105 90 


21 02 


187 50 


34 87 


13 57 


816 99 


352 96 


28 56 


16 40 


15 50 


10 00 


IS 75 


31 16 


25 OO 


30 59 


75 00 


- 24 02 


13 61 


47 20 


12 45 


36 94 


111 90 


10 76 


10 95 


159 24 


756 65 


3,560 20 


206 48 


826 88 


625 06 


218 88 


146 25 


37 50 


12 50 


10 70 


272 18 


52 56 


14 24 


21 60 


6 78 


147 00 


634 29 


256 13 


■-71 74 


56 20 


23 43 


47 40 


25 01 


16 20 


29 75 



49 



EXHIBIT No. 3— Continued. 

A'o. To WJioiii Paid. On Account of. 

176. E. S. Rice & Sou Hardware 

177. .7. T. Flanegin Tinware 

178. Continental Brush Co Bruslies 

179. J. K. Balver & Sons Co Bertside taliels 

180. Sanniel Cui)iJles Woodenware Co Basinets 

181. Snider & All)er Queensware 

182. J. V. Farwell & Co Dry };<iods 

18.3. G. W. Seybold & Bros Dry fioods 

184. Wiler & Wise Dry k(>"i1s 

185. Yale &• Towne Mfg. Co Locks 

186. Stevens Bros Lumber 

187. Obencliain & Boyer Boiler cleaners 

188. American Laundry Machinery Co Gas machine . . .- 

189. Garlock Packing Co Packing 

190. Woll & Tucker I'ndertaking 

191. Killian & Cash Undertaking 

192. J. G. Rogers. Bled. Supt Officers' pay-roll 

193. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 

194. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense. 

195. Swift & Co Fresh meats 

196. Armour & Co Fresh me.-its 

197. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh meats 

198. Nelson Morris & Co Butteriue 

• 199. The Geiger-Tinney Co Coffee 

200. Steele-Wedeles Co (iroceries 

201. Franklin MacVeagh & Co (Jroceries 

202. Sprague, Warner & Co (iroceries 

203. The J. T. Elliott Co (iroceries 

204. Frank Hall (irocei ies 

205. F. W. Kinney & Co Poultry and oysters 

203 W. H. Porter Medicine 

207. R. Krenzberger .Medicine 

208. Ben Fisher Medicine 

209. Zeller, McClellan & Co Coal 

210. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on coal 

211. Logan & Wabash Valley (ias Co Gas fuel 

212. Wra. B. Burford Stationery and printing 

213. Geo. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 

214. Woll & Tucker Undertaking 

215. I. N. Crawford Fencing 

216. C. L. Dilley & Co Lime and cement 

217. Daniel Stewart Co Cleaning material 

218. J. C. Vaughan Seeds 

219. Wrought Iron Range Co Tinv.-are 

220. .7. T. Flanegin Tinware 

221. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

222. Gertz, Lumbard & Co Hair brushes 

223. Cummings, Viney & Etnire Upholstering 

224. Schmitt, Heinley & Baer Bedding 

225. Snider & Alber Queens wa re 

226. Standard Oil Co Oil 

227. Knight & Jillson Co Steam, water and g;is fitting 

228. Williams & Hunt Chip soap 

229. Geo. W. Goss Horses 

230. G. W. Seybold & Bros Sheeting 

231. Schmitt, Heinly & Baer Sheeting 

232. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 

233. J. G. liogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 

234. J. G. Rogers, Med. Su^t Cash for emergent expense. 

235. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Contingent fund 

4— Northern Insane. 



Amount. 


$18 15 


21 75 


35 00 


38 25 


69 16 


7 70 


S5 92 


38 37 


3fi 00 


40 26 


8 50 


90 00 


15 OU 


39 90 


10 oo 


10 00 


756 66 


3,.557 01 


99 93 


504 06 


467 40 


299 91 


288 90 


826 14 


94 75 


49 98 


35 04 


19 34 


7 49 


10 50 


41 10 


8 00 


26 47 


534 IS 


267 48 


9 36 


263 94 


8 55 


10 00 


97 90 


9 75 


44 57 


16 53 


10 17 


35 57 


12 10 


17 00 


20 00 


246 59 


69 52 


32 97 


42 75 


255 98 


402 00 


77 56 


121 48 


756 68 


3,356 04 


102 71 


500 00 



50 



EXHIBIT No. 3— Contiaued. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

236. Clias. W. Slick, Trustee .Salr.ry and traveling expenses. 

237. Henry A. Baruliart, Trustee Salary and traveling expenses. 

238. B. F. Keesling, Trustee Salary 

239. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh meats 

240. Swift & Co .....Fresh meats 

241. Armour & Co Fresh meats 

242. F. W. Kinney & Co Poultry and tish 

243. Louis Luick Fresh meats 

244. Byer Bros. & Co Eggs 

245. Nelson Morris & Co Butterine 

246. P. N. Peterson Potatoes ; 

247. Mlchi'gan Salt Association Salt 

248. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 

249. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 

250. The J. T. Elliott Oo Groceries 

251. Steele-AVedeles Co Groceries 

252. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Groceries 

253. Frank Hall Groceries 

254. Beri-y-Suhling Tobacco Co Tobacco 

255. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs 

256. Parke, Davis & Co Drugs 

257. Ben Fisher Drugs 

258. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 

259. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on coal, etc 

260. Logan & Wabash Valley Gas Co Gas 

261. Williams & Hunt Chipped soap 

262. Shurte & VanSteenberg Oil stoves 

263. Geo. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 

264. Wiler & Wise Dry goods 

265. Henry Wiler & Co Wall paper and furnishings 

266. Standard Oil Co Oils ., 

267. Vaughan's Seed Store Plants 

268. Jos. A. Aman Blacksmithiug 

269. Ash & Hadley Furniture 

270. Bridge City Construction Co Castings, clc 

271. P. Blakiston. Son & Co....: Medical bdoks 

272. W. B. Saunders & Co Medical Itooks 

273. Wm. B. Burford Stationery and printing 

274. Geo. B. Carpenter t*c Co Rubber hose 

275. Enterprise Mfg. Cn Kitchen e(iuipnient 

276. The B. F. Goodrich- Co Rubber tires 

277. J. J. Hildobrandt Co Rubber hose 

278. Livingston Seed Co Milk cart 

279. Thomas Meyer Harness 

280. Killian & Cash Undertaking 

28L Woll & Tucker Undertaking 

282. E. S. Rice & Sou Hardware 

283. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 

284. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 

285. J. G. Rogers. Med. Supt Emergent expense 

286. Armour & Oo Fresh meats 

287. Swift & Co Fresh meats 

288. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh meats 

289. Byer Bros. & Co Eggs 

290. Dennis Uhl & Co Breadstuffs 

291. Reid, Blurdoeh & Co Groceries 

292. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 

293. Steele-Wedeles Co Groceries 

294. The J. T. Elliott Co Groceries 



mount. 


$101 00 


85 


85 


75 00 


626 


12 


435 


14 


399 


05 


8 


73 


6 


S3 


297 


60 


321 


00 


125 00 


56 25 


79 


76 


52 92 


37 


28 


S5 


89 


31 


9S 


13 


98 


155 


52 


68 49 


57 


24 


16 


35 


670 


31 


608 


39 


6 


48 


145 


68 


6 50 


18 25 


87 


45 


83 


30 


59 


13 


14 15 


S 


45 


13 


.50 


S 


99 


6 49 


16 00 


G2 


30 


31 


20 


s 


00 


17 


47 


33 


no 


8 62 


13 


35 


10 


00 


10 00 


37 


25 


771 


Gli 


3,366 


52 


172 


72 


527 


06 


358 


76 


309 30 


315 00 


1,293 


76 


282 


98 


119 


71 


11 


00 


20 


53 



EXHIBIT No. 3— Continued. 

iA'O, To Whom Paid. On Account, of. Amount. 

295. Frank Hall , Groceries .,.., ,.,.. $10 93 

296. Geo. H. Leonard & Co (^hemir-als ,.... 3474 

297. Beu Fisher Drugs 8 70 

298. J. Ellwood Lee Co ....Druggist sundries 45 48 

299. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs 12 44 

300. Parke, Davis & Co — Medicine 54 48 

301. The Witte Cornice Co Garbage cans 70 32 

302. J. T. Flanegin Tinware 23 93 

303. Bridge City Construction Co Head boards 16 00 

304. AVm. H. Thomas & Co , Table damask 262 50 

305. Vaughau's Seed Store ' Seeds 9 25 

306. Standard Electric Mfg. Co , Klectrie lamps 4100 

307. Standard Oil Co Cleaning material 10 51 

308. Geo. A. Schaefer , Horseshoeing 13 80 

309. Seers-Roebuck iV Co , Tinware 8 76 

310. E'. S. Rice & Son Hardware 18 05 

311. Henry Wiler & Co. House furnishing 119 22 

312. Snider & Alber '. Queensware 9725 

313. Brunswick-Balko-Collander Co Billiard supplies 32-50 

314. Woll & Tucker Undertaking 10 00 

315. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 588 44 

316. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on coal 379 94 

317. Lo.gau & Wabash Valley (Jas Co, Gas , 8 28 

318. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll , 77166 

319. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3,32109 

320. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense ■..•. 147 45 

321. Swift & Co. Fresh and cured meats 545 69 

322. ArnKjur & Co Fresh and cured meats 382.73 

323. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh meats 210 57 

324. Louis Luick Fresh meats - 20 45 

325. F. W. Kinney & Co ..,.. Fresh meals 12 12 

326. Schwarzschild & Sulzberger Co (nired meats • 138 02 

327; Byer Bros. & Co Eggs 198 00 

328. Ohio Butterine Co , ,,. . Butterine 36150 

329. Reid, Murdoch & Co .....Groceries ■ 62340 

330. Sprague, Warner & Co.... ,.,...,.. Groceries v... 162'19 

331. Franklin, MaeVeagh ,& Co. . . : Groceries 48 59 

.3.32. Frank Hall , .:.... Groceries ■; ■ 12 71 

333. Wortz Cracker Co Crackers ■ 2275 

334. E. N. Tuttle ,.,,.., Tobacco 15272 

335. Holman Soap Co Chipped soap 450 00 

336. Wm. Heppe & Sons Laundry soap 109 76 

.337. The Sanitas Co Chemicals 45 60 

338. Standard Oil Co Oils ■• 36 93 

339. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co.., Coal 197 50 

340. S. Rosenberger, Agt ,... Freight on coal 14877 

341. Logan Home Telephone Co Telephone service ^ 8 70 

342. Wm. B. Burford..: Stationery and printing 7186 

343. Lea Brothers & Co ■ Books 18 00 

.344. Malleable Steel Range Mfg. Co Range 527 10 

345. C. A. Eberlein Gutters 5155 

346. G. W. Seybold & Bros Awning duck 55 17 

347. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Quilts SO 18 

318. Snider & Alber Queeasware 21 44 

349. Henry Wiler & Co House furnishing 27 58 

350. The Duck Brand Co Rubber blankets 43 35 

35L Ash & Hadley Furniture 24 00 

352. Gerts, Lumbard & Co Brushes 20 50 

353. C. H. Michaels Stepladders 

354. R. V. Wagner & Co Medical battery repairs 



9 10 
9 82 



r^9, 



EXHIBIT No. 3- Continued. 



No. ' To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

355. R. Kreuzberger Medicliu' 

356. The G. F. Harvey Co Medicines 

357. Ben Fisher Drugs 

358. J. V. Farwell Co Dry goods 

359. Geo. A. Soliaefer Horseshoeii>g 

360. E. S. Rice iV: Son Hardware 

361. I. N. Cra wford Hard wa re 

■362. Jos. A. Ain.an Rlaclismitliing 

363. Thomas Mey(>r Harness 

.364. W. H. Stoughton Clover hay 

365. Franlv Porter Clover hay 

366. Chas. Lyons , Clocer hay 

367. Gottlieb Schaefer Clover hay 

368. Geo. Burkhart Clover hay 

369. Wm. Nading Clover hay 

370. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Otiicers' pay-roll 

371. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Fmployes' pa.v-roll 

372. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Emergent expense 

373. C. W. Slick, Trustee Salary and traveling expense 

374. H. A. Barnhart, Trustee Salary and traveling expense 

375. W. T. McCray, Trustee Salary and traveling expense 

376. Swift iV- Co Meats 

377. Armour iV: Co Meats 

378. Nelson Morris & Co Meats 

379. Schwarzschild & Sulzberger Co Meats 

380. Louis Luick Meats 

381. Beyer Bros. & Co Eggs 

382. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 

383. The J. T. lOlliott Co Groceries ." 

384. Reid. Murdoch & Co Groceries 

385. Franklin ]SL-icVeagh ^: Co (iroceries 

.386. Frank Hall (iroceries 

387. Wortz Cracker Co Crackers 

388. Dennis Uhl & Co Provender 

.389. Wm. B. Burford Blank hooks, stationery, printing. 

390. Snider & Alber Queensware 

391. Shurte & VanSteenl)erg Kitchen equipment 

392. Dangler Stove Mfg. Co Kitchen equipment 

393. E.S. Rice & Son Hardware 

394. J. T. Flanegin Tinware 

395. Standard Oil Co Gils 

396. Daniel Stewart Co Chemicals 

.397. Parke. Davis ^^' Co Medicine 

398. Ben Fisher Medicine 

399. Logan & Wabash Valley Gas Co Gas fuel 

400. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 

401. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on coal 

402. Geo. Burkhart Clover hay 

403. Chas. W. Lyons... Clover hay 

404. J. H. Barney Clover hay 

405. Emanuel Hoffman Timothy hay 

406. Sam Smith Timothy hay 

407. Edward Neff Timothy hay 

408. Oliver Reed Timothy hay 

409. William Grisley Oats 

410. Jos. Rhinehart Oats 

411. Thos. Meyer Harness 

412. Vaughan's Seed Store Bulbs and plants 

413. Geo. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 

414. C. O. Fenton Newspapers and advertising 



Unount. 
$8 50 

32 55 
12 75 

119 46 

19 90 

22 25 

9 15 

37 2,5 

10 40 
133 48 

61 83 
57 41 
56 35 

48 29 
4 70 

742 64 
3,294 41 

95 51 

96 10 
86 34 
86 40 

781 62 

491 21 

231 58 

116 17 

8 60 

158 40 

.516 60 

194 83 

84 84 

16 04 

8 58 

49 05 
277 81 

15 72 
12 72 
56 70 

33 28 

6 35 

11 03 
36 83 
33 00 
30 00 

10 02 
25 68 

153 25 
84 25 
33 12 
40 32 
29 27 
89 94 

243 SO 

62 20 
124 88 

47 86 
197 24 

11 00 

16 50 
14 90 

7 75 



EXHIBIT No. 3— Continued. 

No. To Wliimi I'oUI. Oil Ai-iviiiil of. 

415. Stevens Bros Luiiiber 

416. J. G. Koyeis, Med. Snpt Officers' imy-roll 

417. J. G. Kojiers, Med. Supl Kiiiployes' pny-nill 

41S. Swift & Co Fresh meats 

419. Seliwar/.seliild iV^; Sdlzherger Go Fresh meats 

420. Armour & Go Fresh meats 

421. Louis Luiek Fresli meats 

422. Keyer IJros. & G<i I'^Si'a^ 

423. Si)rague, Waiiier iV; Go Fh)ur 

424. Deuuis Lhl & Go Flour 

425. Keid. Murdoch >& Co Groceries 

426. Fraukliii MaeVeagh & .Go Groceries 

427. Frank Hall Groceries 

428. J. .T. Rothermel Groceries 

429. Andy Welch Groceries 

430. F. W. Kinney & Go Fish 

431. Parke County Goal Go Goal 

432. Black Greek Semi-block Goal Go Goal 

433. S. Rosenberger, agt Freight on coal 

434. Logan & Wabash Valley Gas Co Gas 

435. Parke, .Davis & Go Medicine 

436. R. Kreuzberger Medicine 

437. Daniel Stewart Go Medicine 

43S. Ben Fisher Medicine 

439. Armour Soap Works Soap 

440. H. J. McSheehy Newspapers an<l ndvertisiuf; 

44L Standard Oil Go Oils ..". 

442. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

443. Geo. W. Gann «& Go Electrical supplies : 

444. Geo. A. Sehaefer Horseshoeing 

445. Wm. B. Burford Stationery and printing — 

446. Oakville Co Safety pins 

447. Indianapolis Tent A: Awning Co Tent and euuipmeiit 

443. Wm. H. Thomas & Go Toweling 

449. D. M. Watts Stoves 

450. Ash & Hadley Furniture 

451. J. T. Flanegin Tinware 

452. Snider & Alber Tableware 

453. J. G. Rogers, Med. Sui)t Emergent expense 

454. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 

4-55. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes" pay-roll 

456. Armour & Co Fresh meats 

457. Schwarzschild & Sulzberger Co Fresh meats 

458. Swift & Co Fresh meats 

459. Louis Luick Fresh meats 

460. F. W. Kinney & Co Fresh meats 

461. Proctor & Gamble Co Cooking oil 

462. Reid, Murdoch & Go Groceries 

463. Sprague, Warner & Go Groceries 

464. .1. J. Rothermel Groceries 

465. D. Uhl & Go Provender 

466. Beyer Bros. & Co Eggs 

467. P'reedman Mfg. Co Butter 

468. Wm. H. Bunge Co Yeast 

469. Parke County Coal Co Coal 

470. Black Greek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 

471. S. Rosenberger, agt Freight on coal 

472. Logan & Wabash Valley Gas Co Gas 

473. Detroit Automatic Stoker Co Freight 

474. I, N. Crawford Tools 



Amount. 


$79 51 


771 66 


3.714 31 


716 85 


560 09 


546 06 


11 85 


328 50 


751 79 


38 85 


166 98 


112 18 


19 98 


16 67 


5 11 


7 43 


111 98 


81 38 


129 47 


8 40 


30 WJ 


9 00 


SO SO 


3 79 


44 10 


5 75 


44 36 


20 66 


5 40 


26 75 


64 96 


12 75 


220 95 


15 49 


34 20 


17 75 


45 31 


8 46 


137 19 


851 66 


3,787 58 


658 12 


324 93 


292 76 


10 70 


7 79 


14 72 


20 38 


26 25 


26 62 


233 93 


307 50 


630 00 


10 00 


931 53 


238 38 


169 56 


6 72 


49 98 


19 90 



EXHIBIT No. 3— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

475. Iml.' Rubber & Iiis. Wire Co' Electric wive 

476. H. W. Johns Manville Co Pipe covering 

477. Henry Vogt Machine Co.: Pipe, ammonia, etc 

478. Knight & Jillson Co Pipe and fittings 

479. Jos. A. Aman Blaclcsmithing 

480. Geo. A. Scliaefer ' Horseslioeing 

481. Tlie Logan Home Telephone Co Telephone service 

482. Parlve, Davis 4& Co ...Medicine 

48.3. Whitall, Tatiim Co Druggist sundries 

484. The Beckman Co Blankets ^ 

485. Henry Wiler & Co House furnishing 

486. G. W. Seybold & Bros House furnishfngs 

487. "Wiler & Wise House furnishing 

488. John M. Waters Dry goods 

489. Starr Piano Co ■; Piano and cecilain 

490. Troy Laundry Machinery Co : . Bluing 

491. Vaughns Seed Store Bulbs 

492. Standard Oil Co Oils 

493. J. P. Davies Soap 

494. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

495. Eagle Lock Co Lock ])uckles 

496.. Dangler Stove & Mfg. Co Heaters and oil stoves 

497. J. T. Flanegin ;.. Tinware 

498. Snider & Alber 0"eens\vare 

499. Logansport Furniture Co Furniture 

'M. Wagemaker Furniture Co File inde.x and guides 

501.' Wilson, Humphreys & Co. :.....'. Fisher taliulating machine, etc 

502. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 

503. J. (}. Rogers, Meu. Sui)t I';mi>liiyes' pay-roll 

504. C. W. Slick, trustee :'..... Salary and traveling expense 

505. H. A. Barnhart, trustee '.Salary and traveling expense 

506. W. T. McCray, trustee .■ :.'.'.:.. Salary and traveling expense 

507. Schwarzschild & Sulzberger CO. ...Fresh meats 

508. Armour & Co ..;. Fresh meats 

509. Swift & Co -....Fresh meats 

510. Beyer Bros. & Co ...Eggs 

511. Indianapolis Tent & Awning Co. Tent fly 

512: Thos. Aleyer Harness 

513. Sims, Wilson & Sims Co Librjiry l)0(jks 

514. Wm. B. Burford Blank books, statimiery and ptg.. 

515. J. T. Flanegin Tinware 

516. Terre Haute Distilling Co Alcohol 

517. S. Rosenberger, agt ...Freight 

518. J. L. Mott Iron Works ...:.. "Water heater parts 

519. A. C. Naylor, agt .Freight 

Total .■.. $124,238 41 

Appioprialion, fixed .$98,100 00 

Appropriation on account of increase- of population 

bver 021 inmates .;.;.: 27,274 22 

■' ;■ $12.j,374 22 

. Disbursements 124,238 41 



$36 66 


49 05 


89 06 


59 92 


S SO 


9 50 


S 00 


31 13 


35 94 


. 89 25 


22 80 


13 57 


32 10 


16 05 


415 00 


14 10 


42 70 


16 71 


90 65 


25 87 


7 31 


28 20 


43 71 


19 93 


26 00 


14 30 


164 75 


851 66 


3,616 25 


100 53 


100 53 


90 20 


241 88 


232 31 


159 73 


54 40 


104 00 


117 25 


135 96 


40 31 


1 20 


21 52 


32 57 


129 85 


7 94 



Balance covered into State treasnery .$1,135 81 

I certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. w. aA:54:BLE, 

' , . Steward. 



55 
SUPPLEMENT TO EXHIBIT No, 3. 



Skoivlng Blspositmi of Supermteyident's Contingent Fund at Close of Fiscal 
Year, October SI, 1903. 

Contiug-ent IaukI $1,000 00 

'No. . To Whom. Paid. On Account of. Aiiiniiiit. 

.,_0. J. G. Rogers, Med. SujU Cash fm- emergent expense $462 31 

521. GarlocU Packing Co Steam, water, ga.s fitting 2B 29 

522. S. Koseiiberger, agt Freiglit 

523. Zeller, McClellan & Co Coal 

524. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 

.525. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 

526. Schwanbeck Bros Laundry supplies 

527. Beyer Bros. i*t Co Eggs 

528. E. S. Rice &. Son Hardware 

529. J. T. Flaneglu Tinware, etc 

530. Logan & Wabash Valley Gas Co Gas fuel 

531. Shurte & VanSteeuberg Heaters 

532. J. J. Rothermel Groceries 

.533. "Willi iV- Tucker Undertaking 

.534. H. Wiler & Co Housi^ fnrnisliiug 



61 13 


40 00 


2S 15 


39 81 

20 80 


83 60 


81 13 


45 48 


30 60 


23 60 


10 12 


10 00 


33 98 



Tola 1 51-000 00 

I certify that the al)t>ve is a correct traiiscrij)t. 

A. \V. GA.MHLE, 

Steward. 



EXHIBIT No. 4. 



Bein.(i a IJA of Dlsbursemuit^ on Account of Maintenance for the Fiscal 
Year Ending October SI, 1904. 

To IVhom Paid. On Account of. Anioiinl. 



No. 

1 I i; Ro-crs, Med. Sup: Cnuliugcut fund Jl.niid <,., 

2^ iMMinis rill & Co Breadslulls l.^^S 00 

3. Spr.-igue, V-;ai-nev iV: Co Groceries 

4. Ki-.-mkliii ^JacVe.-igh \' Cn (iroceries 

5. Keid, Munhndi \- Co Groceries 

6. L. M. Brackett Co Cdiree 

7. Geiger-Tinney Co Tea 

8. Wm. I-I. Bunge Co Ccudinu-uts 

9. W. H. Maxwell Brooms 

10. I'.ell Pottery Co (iueeusware 

11. Snider & .\lber (ilassware 

12. .Tcdm JL W.-Uers SlUTting 

13. G. AV. Seybuld Bros Slu-cliug 

14. Standard Oil Co Oils 

15. P.erry-Suhling Tidiacco Co Tcili.-iccd 

16. .T. P. Davies Cliippe<l soap 

17. Swift & Co : ^oap and butterin 

18. James S. Kirk & Co i^oap 

19. Parke County Coal Co Coal 



3,221 60 

437 98 

385 26 

441 00 

32 64 

56 35 

231 01 

159 02 

123 70 

93 60 

31 78 

81 51 

237 60 

1.367 10 

676 52 

245 00 

1,018 74 



56 .... 

EXHIBIT No. 4— Continued. 

2Vo. To Whom raid. i)n Acioiiiil of. Amount. 

20. Island Valley Coal ..V Mining Co Coal $609 95 

21. S. Rosenbei'ger, agt Freight on coal 869 91 

22. Parke, Davis & Co Medicines 44 55 

23. Daniel Stewart Co Medi<-lnes 77 64 

24. J. G. Rogers, Med. Snpt Officers' pay-roll Sol 6S 

25. J. G. Rogers. Med. Snpt F^mployes" pay-roll 3,425 68 

26. Swift & Co Fresh and cnred meats SS5 22' 

27. Armour & Co Fresh and cui-cd nn'ats 673 29 

28. Sehwarzschild & Sulzberger Co Cured meats and lard 245 30 

29. W. C. Routh Fresh meats 219 97 

30. Louis Luick Fresh meats 9 00 

31. D. K. Foote & Co Oysters 72 00 

32. F. W. Kinney & Co Oysters and tish. 16 95 

33. Sprague. Warner & Co Groceries 598 16 

34. The J. T. Elliott Co Groceries 565 14 

35. Reid. Murdoch & Co Groceries 122 91 

36. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Groceries 87 60 

37. J. W. Teasdale & Co Groceries 72 35 

38. J. J. Rotherniel Groceries 26 69 

39. Manton Produce ('(► Potatoes '. 1.447 72 

40. C. G. Freeman Apples and (uiimis 230 31 

41. Wortz Cracker Co Crackers 49 51 

42. "W. H. Bunge Co Yeast 10 50 

43. Beyer Bros. & Co Kggs 412 50 

44. Island Valley Coal & Mining Co Coal 619 25 

45. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 381 55 

46. Zeller, McClellan & Co Coal 315 65 

47. The Greene Valley Coal Co Coal 64 60 

48. S. Roseuberger, Agt Freight on coal, api)ies, etc 1,133 73 

49. C. P. Lesh Paper Co Toilet paper 150 00 

50. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs 38 84 

51. G. F. Harvey Co Drugs 25 85 

52. J. Ellwood Lee Co Druggist sundires ■ 20 61 

53. Ben Fisher Druggist sundries 8 33 

54. W. H. Armstrong & Co Druggist sundries 9 00 

55. Standard Oil Co Oils 42 79 

56. Cincinnati Steel Range Co Range repairs 17 12 

57. Snider & Alber Queensware 116 40 

58. Bell Pottery Co Queensware 40 39 

59. J. T .Flanegin Tinware 6 18 

60. F. A. Updegraff Housekeeping supplies 24 00 

61. Gerts, Lumbard & Co Shoe and toothbrushes 16 00 

62. W. H. Thomas & Co Housekeeping supplies 692 41 

63. Badger Furniture Co House furnishings 78 00 

64. H. Wiler & Co House furnishings 65 65 

65. The Beckmau Co Blankets 350 00 

66. J. M. Waters Dry goods 94 34 

67. Kroeger & Strain Undertaking 10 00 

68. Won & Tucker Undertaking 10 00 

69. D. M. Watts -..Root cutter 17 00 

70. I. N. Crawford TooLs 8 70 

71. Thos. Meyer Harness repairs 9 55 

72. J. A. Aman Blacksmithing 4 85 

73. G. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 14 85 

74. Maltus & AVare Ornamental shrubbery 42 77 

75. Wm. B. Burford Blank books, stationery and ptg.. 122 30 

76. Ihling Bros. & Evergard Blank books, stationery and ptg.. 10 55 

77. American Telephone Co Telephone 14 25 

78. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 893 33 

79. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3,398 28 



■ ' 57 ' ' ■ ■ 
EXHIBIT No. 4-Continiied. 

TSIO. To \\'/i(iiii I'tiUI. Oil Avrijiint of. Aiiioiiiit. 

80. .1. G. Kofierw, iM(><l. Suiil Cash for cincruciil cxiieusf .fSOl lid 

81. Armour & Co Fresh iin'ats 699 3S 

S2. Swift iV Co Fresh and cured meats 731.57 

So. Schwarzseliihl iV Sulzlierger Co Fresh and Cured meats 325.52 

84. \V. C. Uouth Cured nn^als 122 57 

85 (;. H. Hammond Co Fresh meats .53(1(1 

86. Louis Luick ,... Fresh meats 949 

87. Keid, Murdoeli i\: Co Groceries .575 11 

88. Sprajiue, Warner A; C(.i Groceries 138 63 

89. The J. T. Elliott Co Groceries 1149 

90. E. K. SQuibb & Sous Groceries .59 68 

91. Keyer Bros. Co Eggs 288 (JO 

92. I >. E. Foote & Co Oysters 114 00 

93. F. W. Kinney & Co Oysters, lish and poultry 14 90 

94. I). C. Beahy Fruit 14 50 

95. J. .J. Rothermel Groceries 8 90 

96. Island Valley Coal & Mining Co Coal 909 75 

97. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 25S'70 

98. S. Rosenberger, Agt l<'reight on coal 577 73 

99. l';(rke. l);n-is & Co Medicines 45 00 

100. Eli Lilly vV- Co Medicines 15 20 

101. Itaniel Slew.-irt Co ^lediciues 3160 

102. I'.en Fisher Medicines 5 10 

103. B. F. Goodrich Co Dispensary supplies 10 15 

104. Tlie Sanitas Co Disinfecting li(iuid 95 20 

105. H. Wiler & Co House furnishings 10 90 

106. G. W. Seybold Bros Dry goods 95.53 

107. W. H. Thomas & Co Dry goods 91 39 

108. J. V. Farwell Co Dry goods 27 38 

109. Standard Oil Co oils 42 03 

110. E. S. Kice & Son Hardware 1 80 

111. Snider & Alber Queeusware 153 69 

112. Charles Mayer & Co Queensware 16 40 

113. Indianapolis Tent & Awning Co Coal bags 20 00 

114. J. T. Flanegin Tinware 40 85 

115. ('line Bros Heaters 43 55 

116. .1. A. Aman Blacksmithing 14 55 

117. Geo. A. Shaefer Horseslioeing 22 05 

118. Logan Home Teleplione Co Telephone service 10 35 

119. J. G. Rogers, Med. Snpt Officers' pay-roll 893 33 

120. .1. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3,383 30 

121. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 12100 

122. C. W. Slick, trustee Salary and traveling expenses 106 14 

123. H. A. Barnhart, trustee Salary and traveling expenses 10130 

124. W. T. McCray, trustee Salary and traveling expenses 95 95 

125. Swift & Co Fresh and cured meats 863 40 

126. Armour & Co P^'resh meats 570 60 

127. SchwarzschiUl & Sulzberger Co Fresh meats 33 26 

128. D. E. Foote & Co Oysters 50 00 

129. F. W. Kinney & Go Fish and oysters 12 98 

130. Beyer Bros. & Co Eggs 4(35 60 

131. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 1,898 78 

132. The Geiger-Tinney Co Coffee 438 98 

133. L. Dieckmann Groceries ^ ^0 

134. Wortz Cracker Co Crackers 25 52 

135. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs 46 80 

136. R. Kreuzberger Medicines •'00 

137. Keesling & Metzger Bros Advertising and newspapers 16 40 

138. Douthain & Barnes Advertising and newspapers 15 50 

139. Island Valley Coal & Mining Co Coal 388 19 



58 
EXHIBIT No. 4— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

140. S. Rosenberger, Ajj't Freight ou coal $349 41 

141. Geo. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 17 95 

142. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 41 30 

143. Parker & Jolmston Lumber 38 S7 

144. B. A. Stevens Hardware 1125 

145. .7. J. Hildebrandt Co Valves and fittings 8 16 

146. .J. L. Mott Iron Worlds Steam trap 30 OU 

147. Standard Oil Co Oils 42 02 

14S. C. A. Eberlein Radiator hoods and conduits 8159 

149. Snilter & Allier (Jueensware 5 55 

150. Smith Davis Mfg. Co Iron beds 145 10 

151. Metropolitan Air Goods Mfg. Co Air mattress 25 00 

152. AV. H. Thomas & Co (jnilts 82 56 

153. The Duck Brand Co Rubber sheets ' 43 85 

154. J. V. Farvv-ell Co < Dry goods '. 45 10 

1.55. J. T. Flanegin Tin\'\-are 14 oO 

1.56. Samuel Cupples Woodenware Co Rattan l)askets 7160 

157. A'aughns Seed Store Seeds and supjilies 37 43 

158. I'eter Hendersmi & Co Bnrlai) mats 25 00 

159. .7. Shugart \- Son Bull 70 00 

160. Ivroeger & Sti'ain rndertaking •. 10 00 

161. Killian & Cash Undertakiim- 10 Oo 

162. .7. G. Rogers, Med. Snpi Officers" pa.v-roll 893 33 

163. .7. G. Rogers, ^led. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3,4-65 15 

164. .7. G. Rogers, Mod. Supt Cash for emergent expense /.. 176 99 

165. Swift & Co : Fresh and cured meats 81S 24 

166. Armour & Co Fresh and cured meats 184 05 

167. Swarzschild & Sulzlierger Co Fresh meats 176 53 

168. Beyer Bros. & Co Eggs 182 79 

169. Geo. T. Evans Flour ' 1,414 59 

170. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 375 63 

171. Franklin MacVeagli & Co Groceries 87 62 

172. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 19 74 

173. Sawyer Biscuit Co Groceries 19 94 

174. The J. T. Elliott Co Groceries 12 00 

175. Louis Dieckmann Groceries 11 28 

176. Island Valley Coal & Mining Co Coal 418 74 

177. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 313 50 

178. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight (ui coal, etc 593 14 

179. Daniel Stewart Co Chemicals and drugs 72 98 

180. Ben Fisher Drugs, etc 27 46 

181. .7. Ellwood Lee Co Druggist sundries 9 00 

182. Frank S. Belts & Co Pathological etiuipment 25 50 

183. Bramhall Range Co Tinware and kitclien equipment... 20 24 

184. J. T. Flanegin Tinware a nd h ;i rd ware 19 35 

185. Mattie L. .fohnson Tools 21 00 

186. 7^. S. Rice & Son Hardware 15 20 

187. P. R. Mitchell Co Curled hair 215 00 

188. Wm. H. Thomas i.^- Co Bedding 28 38 

189. .7. V. Farwell Co Bedding 79 82 

190. John M. Waters Druggist sundries ; 4 19 

191. Wm. B. Burford Blank liooks. stationery, ptg 199 16 

192. G. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 11 05 

193. Standard Oil Co Oil 63 24 

194. Killian & McCloskey Underl aking 10 00 

195. The J. H. Day Co Kitchen c(iui[onent 115 00 

196. .7. G. Rogers. Med. Supt Oflicors' pay-roll ■ 903.33 

197. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3,464 91 

198. .7. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 166 97 

199. Swift & Co Fresh and cured meats............... 62628 



Dti;! 



59 • . • 

EXHIBIT No. 4— ContiDued. 

yo. To Whom Paid. On AccounI of. Amount. 

200. Armour i^c Co... Fresh and eureil moats .$376 93 

201. Swarzschild & Svilzbergor Oo Fresh .-lud cured meats 

202. Beyer Bros. & Co Ixuys 

203. Sprague, Warner & Co ( 4 roceri es 

204. Frauklin Mac^'eagh & Co Groceries 

205. The J. T. Elliott Co Groceries 

208. Louis Dieekmaun Groceries 

207. F. W. Kinney & Co Oysters and tish 

208. Wm. H. Bunge Co Yeast 

209. Island Valley. Coal & Mining Cn Coal 

210. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Ce Coal ' 

211. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight en coal, etc 

212. Dennis Uhl & Co Bran 

213. J. V. Farwell Co Dry goods 

214. John^M. Waters Dry goods 

215. W. H. Thomas i!v: Co Dry goods 

216. The American Chemical Co Soda ash 

217. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs 

21S. Parke, Davis & Co. Drugs 

219. Terre Haute Distilling Co Alcohol 

220. Ben Fisher Drugs and paints 

221. Frank S. Betz & Co.. I'athological equipnu'Ut 

222. B. F. Goodrich Co I )ruggist sundries, etc 

223. Stevens Bros Fuuiber 

224. Parker \- .Idhnston FumluM- 

225. Wm. B. Burford Stationery, etc 

226. The Globe-Wernecke Co Furniture 

227. Will H. Ade Clydesdale mares 

228. The Armour Curled Hair Works Pillow hair 

229. Gerts, Lumbard Co Brushes 

230. J. W. Henderson & Sons Chairs 

2.31. The Babcock & Wilcox Co Steam fittings 

232. The Detroit Automatic Stoker Co Duplicate parts for stokers 

233. Fairbanks, Morse & Co Trucks 

234. J. W. Moyer & Co Meat track 

235. G. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 

236. I. N. Crawford Cultivator 

237. J. T. B"'lanegin Tiuwaie ,nnl hardware 

238. E. S. Rico & Son Hardw.ire 

2.39. The Liberty Mfg. Co Tube cleaner 

240. Shurte , & VauSteenberg Tinware 

241. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Otflcers' pay-roll 

242. .]. (i. U.igers, Med, Supt Employes' pay-roll 

243. .J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expenses 

244. Armour & Co Fresh and cured moats 

245. Swarzschild & Sulzberger Co Fresh ami cured meats 

246. Swift & Co Fresh and cured meats 

247. Haslett Brothers ■. Eggs 

248. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 

249. Reid, Murdoch & Co Gi'oceries 

250. L. M. Brackett & Co Groceries 

2.51. F. MacVeagh & Co Groceries 

252. Wm. H. Bunge Co Yeast 

253. Beyer Brothers IVggs 

254. Louis Dieckmann G roceries 

'255. Snider & Alber Queensware 

256. Vaughns Seed Store Seeds '■ 

■257. Henry Martin Druggist sundries 

258. Geo. H. Leonard Hemlock extract 

259. Daniel Stewart Co .Drugs 



13S 60 


2SS 58 


411 32 


210 -12 


14 2-1 


9 63 


9 45 


683 01 


254 61) 


570 42 


296 46 


68 71 


10 00 


231 32 


32 00 


60 91 


105 02 


22 21 


30 S;7 


39 SI 


46 8U 


61 75 


68 50 


66 15 


16 65 


500 01) 


39 63 


31 70 


81 76 


61 35 


11 75 


32 70 


79 80 


IS 45 


18 no 


37 75 


45 33 


50 00 


71 t2 


933 33 


3,412 19 


144 44 


384 87 


282 47 


507 83 


1,410 75 


49 84 


115 78 


494 90 


55 73 


8 40 


181 80 


8 85 


47 33 


110 90 


8 50 


16 95 


70 19 



60 
EXHIBIT No. 4— Continued. 

No. To 117(0/// Paul. On Ai-ioinit of. Amount. 

260. Frank S. I'.ctts & Co '. . . l•atll(ll(>,^■i(■al einiipmeiit $26 00 

261. Bell Fisher Paints and drills 34 60 

262. Stnuislv.v iV- Co Drugj;ist sundries 32 91 

263. I'arke, Davis & Co Drugs 11 95 

264. J. I'.llwood Lee t'o Druggist sundries 30 20 

265. Wni. H. Thomas iV Co Dry goods 4 42 

266. H. ^^•iler & Co , . Dry goods IS 62 

267. The Duck Brand Co Uultljer blankets 67 50 

268. Geo. W. Seybold Bros Dry goods 21 64 

269. J. V. Farwell Co Dry goods 16 90 

270. Detroit Automatic Stoker Co Steam fittings 10 35 

271. The Yale & Towue Alfg. Co Hardware 22 48 

272. J. T. Flanegin Hardware 10 80 

273. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 20 41 

274. The Wagemaker Furniture Co Office furniture 37 98 

275. The Varuey Electrical Supply Co Electrical supplies 18 57 

276. Geo. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 16 05 

277. C. W. Slick, trustee Salary and traveling expenses 95 31 

278. Henry A. Barnhart, trustee Salary and traveling expenses 87 10 

279. Warren T. McCray. trustee Salary and traveling expenses 85 35 

280. S. Rosenberger. Agt Freight 227 96 

281. O'Ciara. King iV: Co Coal 158 64 

282. Thomas Myer Harness, 35 00 

283. C. G. Freeman Potatoes 70 90 

284. J. G. Rogers. Med. Supt Officers" pay-roll 933 33 

285. J. G. Rogers, Med. Snpt Employes' pay-roll 3,-502 10 

286. J. G. Rogers. Med. Snpt Cash for emergent expense 224 72 

287. Armour >!c ('o Fresh and cured meats 652 82 

288. Swift & Co Fresh and cured meats 622 86 

289. Schwarzschild & Sulzljerger Co Fresh and cured meats.. 387 64 

290. Geo. T. Evans Flour 1,468 23 

291. Reid. Murdoch & Co Groceries 30 40 

292. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 17 82 

293. Louis Dieckmanu Groceries 2 78 

294. Beyer Bros. & Co Eggs 153 90 

295. Wm. H. Bunge Co Yeast 8 40 

296. Ben Fisher Drugs 28 92 

297. Standard Oil Co Oils 82 10 

298. Wiler & AVise Dry goods 242 53 

299. H. Wiler & Co Dry goods 64 04 

300. John M. Waters Dry goods 7 00 

301. G. W. Seybold & Bros Dry goods 13 98 

302. E. D. Closson Lumber 22 00 

303. Parker & Johnston Lumber 19 80 

304. Stevens Bros Lumber 67 34 

305. The Pautasote Co Pautas'ote 33 75 

306. Vaughns Seed Store Plants and seeds 18 65 

307. Ash & Hadley Furniture ■. 25 35 

308. Thos. Myer Harness 8 60 

309. H. J. Trah Tinware 5 14 

310. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 4189 

311. Flanegin Hardware Co Hardware 7 90 

312. Geo. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 22 35 

313. Bridge City Construction Co Steam, water and gas fittings 34 05 

314. The Garlock Packing Co Steam, water and gas fittings 44 92 

315. The J. J. Hildebrandt Co Electrical supplies, etc 49 05 

316. Interstate Coal & Coke Co Coal 173 11 

317. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on coal 112 44' 

318. Killian & McCloskey Undertaking 10 00 

319. The Hohmanu & Maurer Mfg. Co Thermometers 24 00 



61 
EXHIBIT No. 4— Continued. 

A'o, To Whom I'did. On Aceoiiiit of. Ainoiint. 

320. H. Homburg Corn $253 72 

321. V. P. Cliambers Corn , 143 00 

822. Casparis Stone Co Stone screenings 23 24 

323. Wm. B. Bnrford. Stationery 27 70 

.324. .Jolm F;. Weill) Hay S3 9(i 

.325. Samuel Smith Special labor 17 50 

326. Franklin MacVeagli \- Co Vinegar 23 2S 

.327. C. A. Eberlein Tinware 48 30 

328. C. L. Dilley & Co Lime 1 70 

329. .J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 933 33 

330. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3,403 34 

331. Swift & Co Meats 1,012 49 

332. Schwarzschild iV- Sulzberger ("o Meats 396 GO 

333. Armour & Co • Meats 168 55 

334. Beyer Bros. & Co Eggs 162 00 

335. Louis Luick .'. Meats 6 60 

336. Franklin MaeVeagh & Co Groceries 185 IS 

337. Wm. Bunge & Co Yeast 8 40 

338. Louis Dieckmann (iroeeries 5 87 

339. Maxinkuckee Lake Ice Co Ice 25 40 

340. Itaniel Stewart Co Drugs ,6167 

341. Ben Fisher Drugs "44 85 

342. R. Kreuzberger Medicine 9 00 

343. Parke, Davis & Co Drugs 45 00 

344. W. H. I'orter Druggist sundries 13 47 

345. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 29178 

346. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight 221 59 

347. Snider & Alber Queensware 32 90 

348. Wiler & Wise Dry (Joods 14 90 

349. H. Wiler & Co House furnishings 29 35 

350. Wm. B. Burford Blank books and stationery 115 32 

351. Geo. A. Schaefer Horseslioeing 14 20 

352. C. A. ]<^l)erlin Tinware 6 12 

353. Ash & Hadley Upholsterers' supplies 15 42 

354. Flannegin Hardware Co Hardware 14 Id 

355. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 6-4 96 

356. Knight & Jillson Co Steam tittings 4 90 

357. J. J. Hildebrandt Co Steam tittings 27 01 

358. L. AVolff Mfg. Co Steam tittings 6 95 

359. Jos. A. Aman Blacksmithing 12 45 

360. Parker & Johnston Lumber 28 00 

361. Harry Lux I'"'urnitnre 3S 75 

362. Standard Oil Co. Oils 21 51 

363. Chapman & Smith Bakers' supplies 16 30 

364. W. H. Hoaglan Clover hay 129 25 

365. Johnson Elevator Co Dairy provender 2100 

366. Henry Bausch Co Painters' supplies 5 60 

367. Indiana Rubber & Insulated Wire Co. Electrical supplies 1193 

368. Sprague, Warner & Co Fireworks 15 15 

369. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expenses 14110 

370. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 933 33 

371. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3,.521 82 

372. Swift & Co Fresh and cured meats 615 97 

373. Sc.hwarzehild & Sulzberger Co Fresh and cured meats 360 53 

374. W. C. Routh Fresh meats 211 32 



375. Armour & Co Fresh meats 



40 



376. Louis Luick Fresh meat H ^^ 

377. F. W. Kinney & Co Fresh meats 



378. Beyer Bros Eggs 

379. Wals, Boyle & Co. . ., Groceries 



7 26 



226 SO 
868 37 



62 



^ EXHIBIT No. 4— Continued. 

yo. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

380. Reid. Murdoch & Co Groceries , $217 92 

381. Sprague. Warner & Co.... Groceries 53 77 

382. C. G. Freeman Groceries 85 15 

383. Louis Dieclimann Groceries 9 88 

384. Franli Hall Groceries 3 05 

385 Wm. H. Bunge & Co Yeast 8 40 

386. ' Ben Fislier Drugs 4 07 

387. Standard Oil Co Oils 96 92 

388. Smith & Davis Mfg. Co Iron beds 52 80 

389. H. Wiler & Co House furnishings 2138 

390. J. W. Henderson & Sons Furniture 14 00 

391. Wiler & AVise Dry Goods 56 11 

392. E. S. Rice & Sou Hardware 76 48 

393. The Boston Store Oil stoves 16 85 

394. J. T. Flanuegin Tinware 4 68 

393. Geo. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 20 25 

395. The Garlock Packing Co Engineers' supplies 18 02 

397. Hartford Stm. Blr. & Insp. Co Boiler insurance ; 200 00 

398. Interstate Coal and Coke Co Coal 264 14 

399. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 274 43 

400. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight 4-5137 

401. 'Patrick Brenan Hay 97 50 

402. C. A. Cunningham Hay 124 10 

403. E. Hoffman Hay 74 13 

404. Frank Porter Hay 124 28 

405. Ed. Neff Hay 35 60 

406. Charles Chambers Hay 302 03 

407. D. Mahoney Hay 238 73 

408. Adam Shideler Oats . . . ^ 65 47 

409. Warren T. McCray. trustee Salary and traveling expenses 85 35 

410. Henry A. Barnhart, trustee Salary and traveling expenses 82 20 

411. C. W. Slick, trustee Salary and traveling expenses..... 94 59 

412. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 118 18 

413. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 933 33 

414. J. G. Rogers. Med. Supt .....Employes' pay-roll 3,850 45 

415. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 176 38 

416. Swift & Co Meats 963 02 

417. W. C. Routh Meats 471 54 

418. Armour & Co Meats 64 41 

419. Schwarzchild & Sulzberger Co Meats 5161 

420. Louis Luick Meats 12 30 

421. Geo. T. Evans Flour 819 29 

422. Wm. H. Bunge Co Yeast 8 40 

423. Louis Dieckmann Groceries 14 88 

424. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Groceries 97 27 

425. Walsh. Boyle & Co Groceries 19 49 

426. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 16 36 

427. L. M. Bracket & Co Groceries 16 05 

428. Sprague. AVarner & Co. Groceries 32 96 

429. J. J. Rothermel Groceries 14 47 

430. John Tarn Melons 63 50 

431. The Capital City Dairy Co Butterine 2,53 64 

432. Snider & Alber Queensware 44 80 

433. Wiler & AVise Housekeeping supplies 30 42 

434. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Housekeeping supplies 12 00 

4.35. C. A. Eberlein Tinware : 13 SO 

436. J. J. Hildebrandt Co Suction hose 2 97 

437. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 39 16 

438. Flanegin Hardware Co Tinware and hardware 26 65 

439. Parke, Davis & Co Drugs and druggist sundries 53 61 



EXHIBIT No. 4— Continued. . 

Xo. To Whom. Paid. On Arcoiiiil of. .\iiioiuit. 

440. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs ! $31 47 

441. Ben Fislier Drugs 13 47 

442. Maxinkuckee Ice Co Ice 28 56 

443. ^ Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 106 13 

444. Interstate Coal and Coke Co Coal 345 25 

445. S. Roseuberger, Agt Freight 430 61 

446. Standard Oil Co Oils 6195 

447. Dennis Uhl & Co Bran '..... 274 05 

44S. G. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 13 45 

449. The J. H. Day Co ...Truck 17 50 

450. Vaughans Seed Store Tools and implements 9 25 

451. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' paj'-roll 933 33 

4.52. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 3,785 95 

453^ J. G. Rogers. Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 317 04 

454. Swift & Co Meats, eggs, butter 692 74 

455. Schwarzchild & Sulzberger Co Meat?3 ' 381 54 

456. W. C. Routh Meats 169 50 

457. Armour & Co ' Cured meats 17S 40 

458. Louis Luick Meats 11 40 

459. F. W. Kinney Meats 7 96 

460. Beyer Bros. Co Eggs 189 00 

461. Wm. H. Bunge Co Breadstuffs 10 50 

462. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Groceries 28 83 

463. Louis Dieckmann Groceries 2134 

464. J. J. Rothermel Groceries 8 95 

465. Frank Hall Groceries 10 45 

466. Walsh, Boyle & Co Groceries 12 50 

467. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 78 90 

468. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 3 25 

469. The Capital City Dairy Co Butterine 233 62 

470. Wiler & Wise Soap 58 

471. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs ''6 54 

472. .7. Ellwood Lee Co : Druggists' sundries 20 75 

473. Ben Fisher .' Drugs and sundries 4113 

474. R. Kreuzberger Drugs 4 00 

475. B. F. Goodrich Co Druggists' suudri<^s 17 82 

476. Wm. B. Burford Blank books, slatiinicry. i)rinting. 34 15 

477. Cameron, Amberg Co Blank book 145 

478. Interstate Coal and Coke Co Coal ' 446 24 

479. Black Creek Semi-block Coal Co Coal 629 54 

480. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight 160 53 

481. The Casparis Stone Co Stone screenings 26 71 

482. Vaughans Seed Store Trees, plants 26 98 

483. H. Wiler. & Co Housekeeping supplies 4 05 

484. Snider & Alber Queensware 38 64 

485. W. H. Thomas & Co Bedding 37 53 

486. J. E. McMillen Furniture 32 66 

487. The Fred Macy Co Hardware 4 20 

488. E. S. Rice & Sou Hardware 25 70 

489. C. A. Bberlein Tinware 42 50 

490. Flanegin Hardware Co Tinware and hardware oO Oo 

491. S. W. Ullery & Son Hardware 1 98 

492. The Western Motor Co Hardware SO 

493. The Boston.- Tinware 2 00 

494. J. L. Mott Iron Works.... Steam fittings 35 00 

495. The Garlock Packing Co Steam fittings 20 00 

496. L. Wolff Mfg. Co Steam fittings 18 20 

497. John Meyer Blacksmithing 3 90 

498. bridge City Mfg. Co Steam fittings ^6 00 

499. Thomas Meyer Vehicles and harness 7a 15 



64 



EXHIBIT No. 4— Continued. 



On Account Of. 



No. To Wliom Paid. 

500. Standard Oil Co Oils 

501. Geo. A. Scliaefer Horseshoeing 

502. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Officers' pay-roll 

503. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Employes' pay-roll 

504. Swift & Co Meats 

505. Schwarzchild & Sulzberger Co Meats 

506. Louis Luick Meats 

507. F. W. Kinney Meats 

508. Capital City Dairy Co Butterine 

509. Wm. H. Buuge Co Yeast 

510. Reid, Murdoch & Co Cheese 

511. Louis Dieckmann Groceries 

512. Frank Hall Groceries 

513. Ben Fisher Drugs 

.514. WUer & Wise Dry goods and queensware 

.515. H. Wiler & Co Dry goods 

516. Snider & Alber Queensware and crockery 

517. The Davis Chair Co Furniture 

518. Henry A. Barnhart, Trustee Salary and traveling expenses.... 

519. Warren T. McCray, Trustee Salary and traveling expenses.... 

520. C. W. Slick. Trustee Salary and traveling expenses.... 

521. Western Union Telegraph Co Telegrams 

522. Adams Express Co Expressage 

523. Standard Oil Co Oils 

524. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

525. J. H. Asire Fittings 

526. Harry Wickwire Plumbing 

527. Nordy ke & Mormon Sprocket wheels 

.528. John J. Hililebrandt Co Solder and pipes , 

529. Flanegin Hardware Co Tinware 

.530. The J. L. Mott Iron Works Fittings 

531. Geo. W. Cann Gong 

532. John W. Coons Fire extinguishers 

.5.33. Chas. J. Tagliabue Mfg. Co Fyrometer 

534. American Arithmometer Co Adding machine 

535. Cline & Guard Bolster and ueckyoke 

536. C. L. Dilley & Co Sewer pipe 

537. The Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 

538. Wm. B. Bnrford Stationery and printing 

539. Johnson Elevator Co Rye 

540. Geo. A. Schaefer Horseshoeing 

541. S. Rosenberger. Agt Freight 



Total $132,700 49 

Appropi-intion. fixed .$125,500 00 

Appropriation on .nceonnt of Increase of population 

over 774 9,011 19 

.$135,411 19 

Disbursements 132.700 49 

Balance covered into State treasury .$2,710 70 

I certifv that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



65 
SUPPLEMENT TO EXHIBIT N.>. 4. 



Showing Disposition, of Supermtendenfs Contingent Fund at the Close of 
Fiscal Year, October 31, lOOJp. 

Contingent Fund .$1,000 00 

yo. Tu Wliom Paid. On Accoiuit of. 

677. W. W. Moss Stamps 

679. Starr Piano Co Cecelian music 

680. C. W. Graves Pianos and furniture 

681. W. W. Moss Stamps 

6S2. Kroeger & Strain Undertaking 

683. Bridge City Mfg. Co Castings 

684. Seybold Dry Goods Co Ticking '. 

685. Sprague, Warner & Co Sirup pump 

686. Wm. H. Tliomas & Co Rubber blanket 

687. Daily Reporter Advertising 

688. Louttiain & Barnes Advertising 

689. Logansport Journal Advertising 

690. Logansport Chronicle Advertising 

691. S. W. Ullery & Son ..Iron 

692. Ray & Etnire Fruit 

693. J. P. Martin Crockery 

694. Mayflower Mills B^lour 

695. Elliott-Pisher Co Typewriter ribbon 

696. Maxinkuckee Ice Co Ice 

697. Blisli Milling Co Flour 

698. Tlie Boston Oil stove 

699. Logansport Times Advertising 

700. Duck Brand Co Rubber blanket 

701. J. W. Henderson & Sons Bath tub rims 

702. Northern Ohio Blanket Mills Blankets 

703. Defiance Chemical Co Drugs 

704. W. C. Routh Meats 

705. Sharp & Smith Surgical instruments 

706. Barbee Wire and Iron Works Spark guards 

707. Knight & Jillson Co Radiators 

708. C. A. Eberlein Tin roofing 

709. Daniel Stewart Co Nitrate of lead 

710. Woll & Tucker Undertaking 

711. Franklin MacVeagh tt Co Groceries 

712. Rev. J. M. Cause Chaplain 

713. Wm. Gaskins Organist 

714. Pacific Express Co Expressage 

715. W. H. Maxwell Brooms 

716. Walter B. Lewis Carbide 

717. W. W. Moss Stamps 



Amount. 


$10 00 


20 75 


439 50 


10 00 


10 00 


9 66 


5 20 


6 10 


1 30 


80 


70 


90 


5 50 


1 88 


70 


33 


1 31 


1 00 


35 56 


1 35 


2 75 


2 00 


1 35 


30 00 


185 00 


14 00 


32 62 


57 70 


6 OO 


10 51 


10 86 


22 00 


18 50 


29 47 


5 00 


1 50 


2 05 


1 80 


1 00 


3 35 



Xotal ■ W.OOO OO 

I eertifv that tlie above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



•T - Northern Insane. 



GO 



EXHIBIT No. 5. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Clothing for the Fiscal Year 
Ending October 31, 1903. 

No. To JVJwm Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. Uhl Bros. & Co Underwear $39 00 

2. Wiler ic Wise Shirts 91 63 

3. G. W. Seybold & Bros Muslin, etc 10192 

4. Schmitt, Heinley & Baer.. Muslin 52 97 

5. John M. Waters Dress goods, muslin, etc 254 79 

6. W. H. Thomas •& Co Miscellaneous clothing 25197 

7. Uhl Bros. & Co Mittens and overalls 78 42 

8. W. M. Graffls Shoes 2 75 

9. Clemens Schloss Repairing shoes 1170 

10. Helvie & Sellers Pants and hosiery 495 75 

11. Mishawaka Mfg. Co Felt boots 86 45 

12. J. D. Ferguson Coats 147 00 

13. Otto Shoe and Clothing Co Pants 1 28 

14. The Duck Brand Co Duck coats 17 82 

15. Wiler & Wise Dry goods 40 65 

16. J. M. Waters Dry goods 3 50 

17. Uhl Bros. & Co Dry goods 4 12 

IS. Clemens Schloss Repairing shoes 7 20 

19. W. M. Graffls Shoes 4 25 

20. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 9 66 

21. Clemens Schloss Repairing shoes 8 50 

22. John M. Waters Dry goods 3 96 

23. Jos. Taylor & Sons Shoemakers' supplies 10 81 

. 24. G. W. Seybold & Bros Dry goods 22 88 

25. Wiler & Wise Dry goods 27 66 

26. Uhl Bros. & Co Drj:. goods ' 2 85 

27. John M. Waters Dry goods 20 51 

28. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Pay-roll 56 00 

29. W. H. Thomas & Co Summer suits 115 95 

30. J. V. Farwell Co Muslin 65 42 

31. Helvie & Sellers Straw hats 33 00 

32. J. D. Ferguson Suit for patient 10 00 

33. J. W. Waters Umbrellas and hose 6 90 

34. Jos. Taylor & Sons Shoemakers' supplies 7 78 

"35. Uhl Bros. & Co Women s underwear and hose 22 05 

36. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing room pay-roll 58 26 

37. Helvie & Sellers Straw hats 11 50 

38. J. D. Ferguson Straw hats 5 00 

39. Wiler & Wise Women's hats 13 21 

40. Jos. Taylor & Sons Shoemakers' supplies 7 08 

41. W. H. Thomas & Co Sample shirts 106 

42. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt ,(^. ... Pay-roll 8343 

43. W. H. Thomas & Co... Slippers and shirts 196 40 

44. J. M. Waters Thread and dry goods 78 50 

45. Uhl Bros. & Co Mitts 3 00 

46. Jos. Taylor & Sons Shoemakers' supplies 107 

■47. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Pay-roll 73 00 

48. Helvie & Sellers Underwear i . 3 00 

49. W. H. Thomas & Co Hosiery 87 87 

50. Jos. Taylor & Sons Shoemakers' supplies 2 85 

51. Uhl Bros. & Co Notions 5 50 

52. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Pay-roll 64 77 

53. John M. Waters Dry goods 33 13 

54. J. V. Farwell Dry goods 26 08 



67 



EXHIBIT No. 5— Continued. 

2Vo. To Whom Paid. On Acvoant of. 

55. Uhl Bros & Co Suspenders 

56. Jos. Taylor & Sons Shoemakers' supplies .... 

57. W. M. Graffls Shoes 

58. Walter Maiben Shoes 

59. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Pay-roll 

60. W. M. Graffls Shoes 

61 . Helvie & Sellers Underwear 

62. Uhl Bros. & Co Underwear 

63. W. H. Thomas & Co Underwear 

64. Clemens Schloss Repairing shoes 

65. Sol Allman Cardigan jackets 

66. Helvie & Sellers Gloves 

67. J. D. Ferguson Sample suit 

68. Otto Shoe and Clothing Co Sample suit 

69. J. V. Farwell & Co Gloves and suspenders 

70. W. H. Thomas & Co Sample suit 



Total $3,100 00 

Appropriation .$3,100 00 

Disbursements 3,100 00 

I certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



EXHIBIT No. 6. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Clothing for the Fiscal Year 
Ending October 31, 190 J^. 

2\"o. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1 J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing pay-roll $70 60 

2. Samuel Spiro & Co Men's clothing 989 25 

3. Sol. Allman Men's clothing 5 25 

4. Helvie & Sellers Mittens, suspenders, etc 120 96 

5. W. H. Thomas & Co Shirts, slippers, dry goods 520 36 

6. Uhl Bros. & Co Men's underwear 153 76 

7. J. V. Farwell Co Dry goods 126 84 

8. Schmitt, Heinly & Baer Dress goods 85 81 

9. G. W. Seybold Bros Dry goods 38 50 

10. J. M. Waters Dry goods 27 40 

11. Wiler & Wise Patients' hats 25-00 

12. J.D.Ferguson Patients' hats 150 

13. W. M. Graffls Patients' shoes 267 20 

14. Otto Shoe and Clothing Co& Patients' shoes 191 10 

15. Mishawaka Woolen Mfg. Co Patients' shoes 42 12 

16. Jos. Taylor & Sons Shoemakers' supplies 1131 

17. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on shoes 6'^ 

18. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing-room pay-roll 74 52 

19. Samuel Spiro & Co r. Jean clothing SO 33 

20. G. W. Seybold & Bros Hose 90 

21. Uhl Bros & Co Pins and women's hose 65 00 

22. J. M. Waters Dry goods 3113 

23. W. H. Thomas & Co Dry goods 5S 43 

6— Northern Insane. 



68 



EXHIBIT No. 6— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

24. W. M. Graffls Shoes 

25. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing-room pay-roll 

26. J. M. Waters Dry goods 

27. Wm. H. Thomas i& Co Dry goods 

28. Uhl Bros. & Co Dry goods 

29. Jos. Taylor & Sons Leather and shoe supplies.. . 

30. Samuel Spiro & Co Sample man's suit 

31. W. M. Graffis Shoes 

32. J. D. Ferguson Men's suits 

33. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing-room pay-roll 

34. J. V. Parwell Co Dry goods 

35. John M. Waters Dry goods 

36. Seybold Brothers Dry goods 

37. The Otto Shoe and Clothing Co Shoes 

38. W. M. Graffls Shoes 

39. Schmitt, Heinly & Baer Dry goods 

40. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing- room pay-roll 

41. W. H. Thomas & Co Underwear and dress goods. 

42. J. V. Farwell Co Flannel and needles 

43. W. M. Graffls Boots 

44. Jos. Taylor & Sons Shoes 

45. Uhl Bros. «& Co Bonnets and thimbles 

46. John M. Waters Dry goods 

47. Walter Maiben Shoes 

48. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing-room pay-roll 

49. Wm. Grace & Co Clothing 

50. W. M. Graffis Shoes 

51. Dewenter & Co '....Hat 

52. J. V. Farwell Co Dry goods 

53. J. M. Waters Dry goods 

54. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on shoes 

55. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Dry goods 

56. Uhl Bros. & Co Dry goods 

57. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing-room pay-roll 

58. John M. Waters Dry goods 

59. Dewenter & Co Hat 

60. Jos. Taylor & Sons Men's boots, etc 

61. Helvie & Sellers Mne's hats 

62. R. B. Whitsett Needles 

63. Wiler & Wise Dry goods 

64. J. V. Farwell Co Dry goods 

65. W. M. Graffls Shoes 

66. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Clothing 

67. Geo. W. Seybold & Bros Dry goods 

68. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing-room pay-roll 

69. J. V. Farwell Co Dry goods 

70. John M. Waters Dry goods 

7i. J . G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing-room pay-roll 

72. Jos. Taylor & Sons Shoemakers' supplies 

73. W. M. Graffls Women's shoes 

74. Edward Stanwood Shoe Co Sample shoes 

75. Dewenter & Co Collars 

76. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing-room pay-roll 

77. W. H. Thomas & Co Men's slipeprs 

78. John V. Farwell Co Shirting 

79. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing-room pay-roll 

80. Seybold Bros Dry goods 

81. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Dry goods 

82. J. V. Farwell Co Dry goods 

83. Jos. Taylor & Sons Men's shoes 



Amount. 


$12 50 


75 42 


15 60 


23 77 


8 71 


8 81 


5 02 


2 25 


21 25 


70 66 


52 82 


82 15 


5 50 


1 23 


90 


21 00 


64 87 


108 51 


19 52 


7 00 


8 20 


14 66 


5 33 


142 18 


76 00 


2 50 


105 00 


2 00 


24 83 


1 50 


82 


198 20 


137 15 


76 00 


600 


1 50 


8 50 


52 19 


96 


80 58 


3 20 


1 40 


246 75 


4 62 


58 00 


38 80 


5 44 


58 00 


7 01 


2 75 


1 65 


25 


58 00 


54 00 


13 48 


56 67 


52 15 


47 85 


27 81 


8 44 



69 
EXHIBIT No. 6— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amotmt. 

84. Wiler & Wise Dry goods $744 

85. Helvie & Sellers Men's clothing 154 00 

56. W. H. Thomas & Co Men's caps , 40 00 

57. Kuppenheimer Millinery Women's hats 15 00 

?8. Seybold Dry Goods Co Flannel 11 97 

89. Wiler & Wise Clothing and dry goods 20 05 

90. W. M. Graffls ._. Men's shoes 3 50 

91. Walter Maiben Overshoes 100 

92. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Sewing-room pay-roll 74 00 



Total $5,613 76 

Appropriation $6,000 00 

Disbursements ' 5,613 76 



Balance covered into State treasury $386 24 

1 eei'tifv that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 

EXHIBIT No. 7. 



Being a List of Disburgements on Account of Repairs for the Fiscal Year 
Ending October 31, 1903. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt...: Cash for emergent expenses $30 42 

2. Standard Oil Co Oil 18 68 

3. Varney Electrical Supply Co Electrical supplies 12 43 

4. H. W. Johns-Manville Co Pipe covering 56 59 

5. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 30 56 

6. Cincinnati Range & Furnace Co Range repairs 18 30 

7. C. L. Dilley & Co Drain pipe 18 02 

8. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expenses 16 47 

9. Parker & Johnston Lumber 69 14 

10. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 93 15 

11. Standard Oil Co Oil 30 13 

12. Knight & Jillson Co Wash basins 9 50 

13. J. T. Flanegin Roofs 36 95 

14. Babcock & Wilcox Co Gaskets 15 60 

15. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expenses 22 21 

16. Ben Fisher Paint 24 93 

17. E. S.Rice & Son Hardware 27 34 

18. Parker & Johnston Lumber 19 39 

19. L. Wolff Mfg. Co Plumbing material 24 50 

20. Varney Electrical Supply Co Electrical supplies 42 33 

21. Logan Foundry Co Furnace castings 7 26 

22. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 7 65 

23. Ben Fisher Painters' supplies 5 49 

24. J. T. Flanegin Roofs 10 88 

25. Crane & Co Valve 30 40 

26. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 13 10 

27. J. \v olff Mfg. Co Steam, water and gas fitting 3177 

28. J. T. Flanegin Roofs 8 10 



70 
EXHIBIT No. 7— Continued. 

Jfo. To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

29. Ben Fisher Painters' supplies 

30. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Pay-roll , 

31. C. A. Eberlein Flume trough 

32. J. VanBuskirk Oak braces 

33. Tuttle & Bailey Mfg. Co Register repairs 

34. L. Wolff Mfg. Co Plumbing material 

35. Born Steel Range Co Range repairs 

36. Chicago Rawhide Mfg. Co Belt for extractor 

37. Ft. Wayne Oil and Supply Co Fittings 

38. Ben Fisher Painters' supplies 

39. G. H. Asire Pipe and fittings 

40. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics" pay-roll 

41. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 

42. Stevens Brothers Lumber 

43. J. Van Buskirk Lumber 

44. Ben Fisher Painters' supplies 

45. A. Burdsal Co Painters' supplies 

46. Gottleib Sehaefer Sand 

47. C. L. Dilley & Co '....Cement and sewer pipe 

48. J. J. Hildebrandt Co Pipe and fittings... 

49. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

50. The Varney Electrical Supply Co Electrical supplies 

51. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll '.. 

52. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Emergent expense 

53. C. A. Eberlein Constructing flume trough 

54. Knight & Jillson Co Pipe tools 

55. Babcock & Wilcox Co Boiler repairs 

56. Jos. A. Aman Blacksmithing 

57. Ben Fisher Painters' supplies 

58. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 

59. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

60. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

61. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on brick 

62. Matthews Brick Co Brick 

63. J. H. Asire Pipe and fittings 

64. Standard Oil Co Painters' supplies 

65. J. J. Hildebrandt Co Fittings 

66. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

67. Ben Fisher Painters' supplies 

68. G. H. Asire Pine and fittings 

69. J. J. Hildebrandt Co Pipe and fittings 

70. H. W. Johns-Manville Co Pipe covering 

71. C. L. Dilley & Co Sewer pipe 

72. Parker & Johnston : Lumber 

73. Stevens Brothers Lumber 

74. A. Burdsal Co Paint 

75. Ben Fisher Paint 

76. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight 

77. E. S. Rice & Sou Hardware 

7S. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

79. Ben Fisher Paint 

80. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

81. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 

82. Chas. Taylor's Son Co Firebrick cement, etc 

83. G. A. Sehaefer Sand 

84. Cass Co. Tel. Cons. Co Telephone poles 

85. G. H. Asire Valves and fittings 

86. C. L. Dilley & Co Flue liners 

87. J. J. Hildebrandt Co Fittings ' 

88. J. G. Rogers. Med. Supt Mochanics' pay-roll 248 59 



Amount. 

$20 00 


188 33 


360 OO 


12 96 


7 98 


10 82 


35 00 


7 49 


10 52 


19 05 


21 30 


220 78 


32 72 


14 34 


15 90 


8 15 


28 95 


3 OO 


26 31 


8 88 


7 23 


15 84 


273 00 


18 13 


90 00 


33 99 


27 60 


20 05 


19 60 


18 00 


17 52 


289 90 


25 24 


39 00 


57 72 


45 95 


4 90 


13 56 


13 75 


44 75 


7 58 


5 66 


95 84 


49 75 


32 52 


57 50 


31 97 


2 00 


10 11 


150 65 


6 80 


38 11 


26 30 


97 80 


10 .50 


18 OO 


24 54 


34 20 


39 86 



71 
EHHIBIT No. 7— Continued. 

.\'o. To WJiom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

89. Varney Electrical Supply Co Electrical supplies $30 07 

90. I. N. Crawford Glass H 50 

91. C. L. Dilley & Co Cement and lime 20 35 

92. G. H. Asire Fittings g g7 

93. Terre Haute & Logansport R. R. Co... Work on boiler front 17 05 

94. Ben Fisher Paint ., 8 50 

93. Parker & Johnston Lumber 34 38 

96. Jos. A. Aman Blacksmithing 7 go 

97. C. A. Eberlein Roof repairs 6 20 

98. Gottleib Schaefer J-"and .' 7 50 



Total .$4,000 00 

Appropriation $4,000 00 

Disbursements 4.000 00 

I certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 

EXHIBIT No. 8. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Repairs for the Fiscal Year 
Ending October 31, 1901^. 

'No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll $278 00 

2. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Incidental pay-roll 57 11 

3. Geo. Asire Sewer pipe 213 39 

4. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on sewer pipe 45 00 

5. Knight & Jillson Co Steam, water and gas fittings 9 33 

6. Ben Fisher Painters' supplies 23 42 

7. E. D. Closson Lumber 7 90 

S. Stevens Bros Lumber 19 71 

9. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 24 40 

10. C. L. Dilley & Co Cement 17 80 

11. Gottleib Schaefer Sand 15 00 

12. J. T. Flanegiu Roof repairs 12 35 

13. C. A. Eberlein Roof repairs 6 70 

14. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 282 19 

15. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Cash for emergent expense 1173 

16. Garlock Packing Co Packing 25 85 

17. The Babcock & Wilcox Co t. Boiler valve 15 15 

18. Commercial Electric Co Labor and repairs on dynamo 30 96 

19. E. S.Rice & Son Hardware 42 38 

20. Ben Fisher Painters' supplies 19 70 

21. C. L. Dilley & Co Sewer pipe 10 50 

22. Stevens Bros Lumber 38 52 

23. Parker & Johnston Lumber 5 72 

24. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 282 19 

25. J. L. Mott Iron Works Water heater repairs 218 50 

26. Harrisburg Foundry & Machine Wks.. Engine repairs 55 00 

27. C. R. Peddle, Pur. Agt. T. H. & I. R. R. Cutting boiler castings 27 73 

28. The A. Burdsal Co Painters' supplies 43 41 

29. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 28128 

30. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 10 52 

31. H. W. Johns-Manville Co Hair felt 14 95 



EXHIBIT No. 8-Continued. • 

2fo. To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

32. L. Wolff Mfg. Co Steam and gas fitting 

S3. Commercial Electric Co Electrical supplies 

34. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

35. Parker & Johnston Lumber 

36. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

37. J. iJ. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' payroll 

38. Jacob Minneman '. . . Pence 

39. I. N. Crawford Cedar posts 

40. L. WolfiE Mfg. Co Steam fittings 

41. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

42. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

43. Geo. A. Schaefer Sand 

44. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

45. Stevens Bros Lumber 

46. Harrisburg Foundry & Machine Wks.. Steam fitting 

47. The Ironton Engine Co Steam fittings 

48. H. J. Trah Roof, gutters, flue 

49. C. L .Dilley & Co Cement, etc 

50. H. Wiler & Co Wall paper and labor 

51. C. A. Eberlein Roofs and gutters 

52. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

53. Parker & Johnston Lumber 

54. Stevens Bros Lumber 

55. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

53. Bridge City Construction Co Repairing water heater 

57. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

58. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 

59. G. H. Asire Iron pipe 

60. L. Wolff Mfg. Co Bath tub and accessories 

61. A. Burdsal Co Paints 

62. Bridge City Construction Co Steam, water, gas fittings — 

63. Rinald Brothers Paint 

64. E. S. Rice & Son Glass and nails 

65. Parker & Johnston Lumber 

66. J. J. Hildebrandt Co Steam, water and gas fitting. 

67. C. L. Dilley «& Co Sewer pipe 

68. Jas. B. Clow & Sons Steam, water, gas fittings — 

69. A. Burdsal Co Paint and brushes 

70. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 

71. John J. Hildebrandt Co Steam, water, gas fittings 

72. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight : 

73. C. A. Eberlein Repairing slate roofs 

74. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

75. Harry Wickwire Special labor 

76. G. H. Asire Steam, water, gas fitting 

77. C. L. Dilley & Co Brick, lime, cement 

78. J. J. Hildebrandt Co Steam, water, gas fitting 

79. Logansport Cement Works Brick, lime, cement 

80. E. S. Rice & Son Glass 

81. Gottleib Schaefer ..Brick, lime, cement 



Amount. 


$9 78 


13 75 


282 19 


80 00 


285 67 


18 75 


19 45 


21 00 


10 77 


240 39 


115 20 


7 50 


15 58 


35 76 


8 00 


7 50 


56 99 


26 17 


37 87 


43 50 


293 67 


20 06 


4 79 


23 35 


19 57 


294 39 


84 06 


63 99 


66 30 


11 25 


18 75 


18 00 


14 60 


8 40 


2 62 


165 00 


131 37 


67 75 


17 75 


11 76 


6 01 


2 50 


43 46 


70 00 


14 08 


12 16 


9 14 


8 60 


6 03 


1 35 



Total $4,992 97 

Appropriation $5,000 00 

Disbursements 4,992 97 



Balance covered into State treasury $7 OS 

I certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



7y 

EXHIBIT No. 9. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Workshop for the Fiscal Year 
Ending October 31, 100 If. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll $143 75 

2. Stevens Brotliei-s Lumber 11186 

3. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 62 15 

4. Matthews Brothers Stone sills 32 61 

5. Edward Sauer Rubble stone 79 75 

6. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on sills 8 24 

7. A. J. Gallion Cement 40 95 

8. Gottleib Schaeafer Sand 37 50 

9. John Burkhart Teaming 37 00 

10. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 5 40 

11. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 24 67 

12. E. D. Closson Lumber 13 30 

13. Gottleib Schaef er Sand 3 00 

14. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 9 49 

15. E. D. Closson Doors 7 90 

16. Gottleib Schaef er Sand 4 50 

17. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 126 90 

18. A. Wyckoff & Son Co Pipe covering 55 16 

19. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 112 11 

20. C. L. Dilley & Co Flue liners 94 50 

2L Gottleib Schaefer Sand 4 50 

22. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 260 94 

23. Knight & Jillson Co Pipe and fittings 47 17 

24. A. Burdsal Co Putty 62 

25. C. L. Dilley iS: Co Lime putty 6145 

26. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 22 18 

27. G. A. Schaefer Sand 15 00 

28. Dennis Uhl & Co -. Drain tile 2 35 

29. I. N. Crawford Sash weights 7 56 

30. G. H. Asire Sewer pipe 21 29 

31. Edward Sauer Stone 120 00 

32. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 264 61 

33. C. A. Eberlein Slate and galv. iron work 260 47 

34. Knight & Jillson Co Steam, water and gas fittings 16 11 

35. G. H. Asire Soil pipe fittings 2 15 

36. C. L. Dilley & Co Lime putty 15 00 

37. Gottleib Schaefer Sand and gravel. 29 85 

38. Edward Sauer Stone 12 82 

39. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Carpenters' pay-roll 119 88 

40. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Plumbers' pay-roll 66 10 

41. Parker & Johnston Lumber 12 30 

42. Linton & Graf Setting watercioset 12 15 

Total $2,385 24 

Appropriation $2,400 00 

Disbursements 2,385 24 

Balance covered into State treasury $14 7(i 

I certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



74 
EXHIBIT No. 10. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Refrigerating Apparatus for 
the Fiscal Year Ending October 81, 1904-. 

^Q_ To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

1. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

2. Edward Sauer Stone 

3. A. R. Colborn Co Lumber 

4. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on lumber 

5. Parker & Johnston Lumber 

6. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

7. A. Wyckoft" & Son Co Pipe covering 

S. G. H. Asire Pipe fittings 

9. C. L. Dilley & Co Asphalt 

10. I. N. Crawford Glass 

11. Barrett Mfg. Co Insulating paper 

12. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight 

13. F. W. Bird & Sou .Cement 

14. J. L. Mott Iron Works Steam trap 

15. G. H. Asire -^ Pipe and fittings 

16. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

17. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

18 Henrv Vogt Machine Co Refrigerating apparatus 



Amount. 


112 00 


4 26 


343 24 


18 00 


25 35 


41 65 


117 50 


53 47 


10 69 


6 40 


54 00 


1 43 


4 50 


30 00 


19 29 


59 20 


149 02 


3,050 00 



Total $4,000 00 

Appropriation $4,000 00 

Disbursements 4,000 00 

I certify that the ahove is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



EXHIBIT No. 11. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Storehouse for the Fiscal Year 



Ending October 31, 190. 



2Vo. To JVliom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll $177 01 

2. Stevens Bros Lumber 213 07 

3. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 58 40 

4. Edward Sauer Rubble stone 77 55 

5. Matthews Bros Stone sills 52 96 

6. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on stone sills 14 19 

7. A. J. Gallion; Cement 68 25 

8. Gottleib Schaefer Sand , 60 00 

9. John Burkhart Teaming 82 56 

10. J. G. Rogers,' Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll '276 83 

11. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 373 60 

12. Stevens Bros Lumber 299 72 

13. E. D. Closson Lumber 28 00 



75 
EXHIBIT No. 11— Continued. 

No. To Whom, Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

14. C. L. Dilley & Co Cemeut $157 50 

15. Gottleib Scliaefer Sand 30 oo 

16. J. G. Rogers, Med. Siipt Mechanics' pay-roll 426 33 

17. Edward Saner Stone 199 31 

18. Gottleib Scliaefer Sand 16 50 

19. C. C. Torr & Co Lime putty 45 36 

20. Stevens Bros Sasli 10 00 

21. J. Van Buskirk Lumber , 20 68 

22. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 2131 

23. Bridge City Construction Co Truss rods 46 60 

24. S. W. Ullery & Son Hardware 4 45 

25. John Burkhart Teaming 3 00 

26. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 90 74 

27. A. AVyckoff & Son Co Pipe covering 114 57 

28. C. L. Dilley & Co Sewer pipe 38 42 

29. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 154 00 

30. Gottleib Schaefer Sand 9 00 

31. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 19 80 

32. Knight & Jillson Co Pipe and fittings 205 62 

33. A. Burdsal Co Putty 3-75 

34. C. L. Dilley & Co Lime putty 4 39 

35. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 42 15 

36. G. A. Schaefer Gravel 5 40 

37. Dennis Uhl & Co Drain tile , 5 16 

38. C. A. Eberlein Roof 560 26 

39. G. H. Asire Sewer pipe 31 14 

40. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll SI 33 

41. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll SIS' 

42. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 7 00 

43. J. T. Flanegin Steel ceiling 258 13 

44. Kiiisbt & Jillson Co Steam, water, gas fittings 4123 

45. J. A. Ai,.an Blacksmithiug 15 84 

46. Geo. A. Asire Soil pipe U 87 

47. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 27 90 

48. Gottleib Schaefer Gravel 40 50 

49. Edward Sauer Stone 12 26 

50. D. Y. Reedy & Co. Elevator 142 00 

51. Parker & Johnston Lumber 41 25 

52. J. B. Clow & Sons Water and fire fixtures 25 32 

53. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 15 00 

54. Gottleib Schaefer Sand and gravel 15 45 

55. Dennis Uhl & Co Sewers and drains 5 90 



Total :. $4,962 60 

Appropriation .$5,000 00 

Disbursements ; 4,962 60 



Balance covered into State treasury $37 40 

I certily that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



76 
EXHIBIT No. 12. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Tile Floors for the Fiscal 



Year Eiuling October SI, 190. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. Logansport Cement Works Cement $17 BO 

2. S. Rosengerger, Agt Freight on tile 28 80 

3. L. WolfE Mfg. Co Brass cesspools 18 95 

4. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 252 64 

5. United States Encaustic Tile Wks Floor tile 477 2a 

6. Gottleib Schaef er Gravel 24 30 

7. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on tile 4 80 

8. Harry Wickwire Plumbing 42 00 

9. Logansport Cement Works Cement 86 00 

10. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 40 00 

11. United States Encaustic Tile Wks Tile 7 75 



Total $999 98 

Appropriation $1,000 00 

Disbursements 999 98 



Balance covered into State treasury $0 02 

I certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 

EXHIBIT No. 13. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Laundry Annex for the Fiscal 
Year Ending October 31, 1904. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. Matthews Bros Stone sills $10 13 

2. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on stone sills 3 62 

3. Matthews Brick Co Brick 4176 

4. Logansport Cement Works Cement 35 OO 

5. C. L. Dilley & Co Cement 11 25 

6. E. D. Closson Lumber 104 67 

7. G. A. Schaefer Sand and gravel 14 70 

8. Edward Sauer Stone 33 13 

9. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 49 30 

10. E. D. Closson Lumber 119 70 

11. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 54 25 

12. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 144 82 

13. Indiana Brick Co Brick 355 25 

14. Gottleib Schaefer Sand 21 00 

15. C. L. Dilley & Co Flue liners 8 50 

16. Flanegin Hardware Co Iron thimbles 115 

17. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 142 06 

18. C. L. Dilley & Co Lime putty 49 71 

Total $1,200 00 

Appropriation $1,200 00 

Disbursements 1,200 00 

I certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



77 ' 
EXHIBIT No. 14. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Laundry Annex and Tile 

Floors from the Governor's Emergency Contingent Fund for 

the Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1904. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt. (tile floors)... Mechanics' pay-roll $105 40 

2. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt. (I'dry ann'x). Mechauice' pay-roll 8148 

3. C. A. Eberlein (laundry annex) Tin work 155 87 

4. Logansport Cement Wks (I'dry ann'x). Cement 40 60 

5. I.N. Crawford (laundry annex) Glass U 55 

6. Stevens Brothers (laundry annex) Lumber 2 75 



Total $397 55 

Amount of draft .^400 (X) 

Disbursements 397 55 



Balance $2 45 

I certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 

EXHIBIT No. 15. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Bakery for the Fiscal Year 
Ending October 31, 1904. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll $94 00 

2. Stevens Bros Lumber 100 00 

3. The Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 30 50 

4. Matthews Bros Stone sills 11 75 

5. Edward Sauer Rubble stone 6160 

6. S. Roseuberger, Agt Freight on sills 3 95 

7. A. J. Galiion Cement 1170 

8. Gottleib Schaef er Sand 24 OO 

9. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 5 40 

10. Stevens Bros Lumber 26 22 

11. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 24 76 

12. E. D. Closson Lumber 13 15 

13. C. L. Dilley & Co... Drain pipe and cement 86 56 

14. Gottleib Schaef er Sand 15 OO 

15. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 8 10 

16. Matthews Brick Co Brick 240 11 

17. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on brick 92 89 

18. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 4 05 

19. John Burkhart Teaming 36 00 

20. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 228 77 

21. A. Wyckoff & Son Co Pipe covering 56 71 

22. Thompson Lumber Co ...Lumber 112 61 

23. Stevens Bros Lumber 3 00 



EXHIBIT No. 15— Contiuued. 

A'o. To Whom Paid. On Account, of. Amount. 

24. Gottleib Schaefer Saud :. $10 50 

25. C. L. Dilley & Co Flue liners 20 50 

26. C. C. Torr & Co Lime 23 21 

27. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 124 90 

28. Knight & Jillson Co Pipe and fittings 51 54 

29. Bridge City Construction Co Iron work 29 00 

30. A. Burdsal & Co Putty 1 88 

31. C. L. Dilley & Co Lime putty 28 54 

32. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 13 39 

33. G. A. Schaefer Sand 40 05 

34. Dennis Uhl & Co Drain tile 2 34 

35. C. A. Eberlein Smoke pipe , 5 32 

36. I. N. Crawford Sash' weights 6 30 

37. G. H. Asire Sewer pipe 14 63 

38. Clauss & Kosicky Co Oven 774 36 

39. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 5112 

40. Clauss & Kosicky Balance on oven 100 00 

41. C. A. Eberlein Slate aud galvanized iron work 318 06 

42. Knight & Jillson Co Steam, water and gas fitting 26 61 

43. J. L. Mott Iron Works Steam trap IS 00 

44. G. H. Asire Soil pipe fittings 2 82 

45. Stevens Bros Lumber 4 06 

46. ,C. L. Dilley & Co Lime putty 14 23 

47. Gottleib Schaefer Gravel 18 90 

48. J. H. Day Co Bakery machinery 800 00 

49. Parker & Johnston Lumber 9 50 

50. J. B. Clow & Son Water fittings 8 68 

51. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on bakery machinery 28 01 

52. Stevens Bros Lumber 2 88 

53. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on machinery 1 58 

54. E. S. Rice & Sou Hardware 2 57 

55. J. T. Flanegin Steel ceiling 113 94 

56. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 10 00 

57. Knight & Jillson Co Steam fittings 7 50 

58. E. S. Rice & Son Belting 23 00 



Total $3,998 95 

Appropriation $4,000 00 

Disbursements 3,998 95 



Balance covered into State treasury $1 05 

r certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

- — A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



79 
EXHIBIT No. 16. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Coal Shed for the Fiscal 
Year Ending October SI, 190 J^. 

Xo. To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

1. Stevens Brothers Lumber 

2. A. J. Gallion Cement 

3. J. G. Rogers, Med. Siipt Mechanics' pay-roll 

i. AVheeling Brick Co Brick 

5. AVheeling Brick Co Brick 

6. S. Rosenberger. Agt Freight on brick 

7. Gottleib Schaef er Sand 

S. C. C. Torr & Co Lime 

9. Stevens Brothers Lumber 

10. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 

11. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

12. Edward Sauer Stone 

13. Wheeling Brick Co.. Brick 

14. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on brick 

1.5. Gottleib Schaefer Sand 

16. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 

17. John Burkhart Teaming 

15. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

19. J. Van Buskirk Lumber 

20. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 

21. C. C. Torr & Co Lime 

22. Gottleib Schaefer Sand 

23. .7. G. Rogers. Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

24. C. A. Eberlein Roof 

25. Parker & Johnston Lumber 

26. Stevens Bros Lumber 

27. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 

28. J. Van Buskirk Lumber 

29. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

30. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-rool 

31. E. S. Rice & Sou Hardware 

32. Stevens Bros Lumber 

33. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt ilechanics' pay-roll 

34. Edward Sauer Stone 

35. C. A. Eberloiu Skylights 

36. C. A. Eberlein Skylights 

37. J. G. Rogers. Med. Supt :\Iechanics' pay-roll 

38. C. L. Dilley & Co Sewer pipe 

39. C. L. Dilley & Co ■. lAme putty and sewer pipe. . . 

40. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

41. Logansport Cement Works ! Cement 

Total ?3.99S 04 

Appropriatiou $4,000 on 

Di.sbursements 3.0H8 04 



A mount. 


$608 67 


20 SO 


324 16 


134 12 


134 31 


112 82 


42 00 


23 81 


78 86 


39 84 


102 00 


33 18 


140 88 


56 00 


6 00 


16 .50 


20 83 


225 54 


361 24 


212 7S 


2S37 


7 50 


74 OS 


685 75 


16 50 


60 41 


41 75 


33 15 


50 40 


39 16 


47 09 


24 00 


S 75 


2 SO 


11 00 


IS 40 


17 06 


17 24 


106 64 


7 20 


6 45 



Balance covered into State treasury $1 90 

I eertifv that tlie above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



80 



EXHIBIT No. 17. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Dining Room Extension for 
the Fiscal Year Ending October SI, 1904. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

1. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

2. Stevens Bros Lumber 

3. Bridge City Construction Co Truss rods 

4. Thompson Lumber Co. ...^ Lumber 

5. E. S. Rice & Son .' Hardware 

6. S. W. Ullery & Son Hardware 

7. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 

8. J. B. Clow & Son Sink 

9. Linton & Graf .Plumbing work 

10. J. J. Hildebrandt Co Pipe and fittings 

11. Parker & Johnston Lumber 

12. Logansport Furniture Co Dining tables 

13. J. T. Flanegin Tinware 



$20 10 


52 00 


11 50 


7 38 


2 40 


2 52 


70 49 


S9 70 


56 20 


38 17 


33 97 


35 00 


8 40 



Total $437 83 

Appropriatiou .' .?.500 00 

Disbursements 437 83 



Balance covered into State treasury $62 17 

I certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, ' 

Steward. 

EXHIBIT No. 18. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Automatic Stokers for the Fiscal 
Year Ending October SI, 190 4. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. Detroit Automatic Stoker Co Payment on stokers $1,000 00 

2. Detroit Automatic Stoker Co Payment on stokers 2,500 00 

3. Detroit Automatic Stoker Co Balance on stokers 500 00 



Total $4,000 00 

Appropriation $4,000 00 

Disbursements 4,000 00 

I certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



81 
EXHIBIT No. 19. 



Being a List of Disbursements on Account of Farm Buildings for the Fiscal 
Year Ending October SI, 1904.. 

2fo. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. Steveus Bros Shingles 165 00 

2. Logansport Cement Works Cement 122 50 

3. J. G .Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 79 50 

4. E. D. Closson Lumber 197 90 

5. 0. L. Dilley & Co Cement 45 CO 

6. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 199 15 

7. G. A. Schaefer Sand and gravel 115 80 

8. Edward Sauer Stone 202 73 

9. E. D. Closson Lumber 238 30 

10. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics'- pay-roll 363 34 

IL Indiana Brick Co Brick 282 75 

12. E. S. Rice & Son Hardware 5 70 

13. C. A. Eberlein Cornice gutters and conductors .. 47 00 

14. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber 44 20 

16. Edward Sauer Stone 59 20 

16. Gottleib Schaefer Sand 33 00 

17. The Varney Electrical Supply Co Copper wire 64 24 

18. Jos. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 228 74 

19. Indiana Brick Co Brick 195 75 

20. C. L. Dilley & Co Sewer pipe 12 72 

21. Jas B. Clow & Sons Cesspools 4 88 

22. J. J. Hildebrandt Co Street washer 2 50 

23. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 57 90 

24. Commercial Electric Co Electric motor 236 80 

25. E. W. Ross Co Ensilage feed cutter 110 00 

26. C. A. Eberlein Tin work 100 85 

27. C. L. Dilley & Co Lime putty 9S 74 

28. Gottleib Schaefer Gravel and sand 12 45 

29. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on electrical goods 3 69 

30. J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 97 00 

31. Logansport Cement WorkS; Cement 33 45 

32. E. S. Rice & Son Leather belting 15 75 

33. Gottleib Schaefer Gravel ". 10 80 

34. John Meyer Iron anchor rods 10 25 

35. I. N. Crawford Glass and weather strips 7 90 

36. Thompson Lumber Co Lumber ^^ 20 

37. N. P. Bowsher Co Corn mill 5178 

38. J. Van Busklrk Lumber 40 81 

39. A. E. Burgess Labor 28 50 

40. Edward Sauer Stone ^^ ^ 

41. Stevens Brothers Lumber ^ '^0 

42. E. W. Ross Co Parts for ensilage cutter 1 49 

43. S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight ^ 

Total 53,715 58 

Appropriation .?3.800 00 

Disbursements 3,715 58 



Balance covered into State treasury ^^^ 4- 

I certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



82 



EXHIBIT No. 20. 



Being a List oj Disbursementt on Account of Refrigerating Apparatus for 
the Fiscal Year Ending October SI, 1904. 



No. 

1. 

2. 
3. 



To Whom Paid. 



On Account of. 



J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

Edward Sauer Stone 

A. R. Colborn Co Lumber 

S. Roseuberger, Agt Freight on lumber 

Parker & Jolinston Lumber 

J. G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

A. Wycljoff & Son Co Pipe covering 

G. H. Asire ...Pipe and fittings 

C. L. Dilley & Co Asphalt 

I. N. Crawford Glass 

Barrett Mfg. Co Insulating paper 

S. Rosenberger, Agt Freight on insulating paper. 

W. Bird & Son Cement 

L. Mott Iron Works Steam trap 

H. Asire Pipe and fittings 

G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 

G. Rogers, Med. Supt Mechanics' pay-roll 



Amount. 


$12 00 


4 26 


343 24 


18 CO 


25 35 


41 65 


117 50 


53 47 


10 69 


6 40 


54 00 


1 43 


4 50 


30 00 


19 29 


59 20 


149 02 


3,050 00 



P, 
J. 

G 

J. 
J. 
Henry Vogt Machine Co Refrigerating apparatus 3 

Total $4,000 OO 

Appropriation $4-,000 00 

Disbursements 4,000 00 

T certify that the above is a correct transcript. 

A. W. GAMBLE, 

Steward. 



EXHIBIT No. 21. 



Revenue from Sales of Waste Material and Other Sources for the Biennial 
Period Ending October 31, 190 4. 



CONDENSED SUMMARY. 


Fiscal 


Yeab. 


1902-3. 


1903-4. 


Making patients' clothing (material furnished by friends) 

Tea lead 


S5 55 
61 
82 00 
65 50 
12 99 


SI 85 


Calves 


74 00 




53 00 


Rags 


38 35 




1 70 






2 60 






25 00 




S166 65 




Total V 


5^196 50 







83 
EXHIBIT No. 22. 



Products of Farm and Garden — (Used). 



Fiscal Yrar. 



1902-3, 
Pounds. 



1903-4, 
Pounds. 



Asparagus 

Apples 

Beans (grreen) .• . . . 

Beans (Lima) 

Beets 

Blackberries 

Cabbage (early) 

Cabbiige (late) 

Carrots . ' 

Cauliflower 

Corn 

Celery 

Crabapples 

Cherries 

Currants 

Cucumbers 

Chives 

Catsup (cucumber), gallons . 

Chickens (live) 

Clover hay 

Dill 

Ducks (live) 

Eggs, dozen 

Endive 

Eggplant 

Fodder, shocks 

Grapes 

Grape jelly, quarts , 

Gooseberries' 

Horseradish 

Lettuce 

Milk 

Mangel-wurzel 

Marmalade 

Luffas 

Mint 

Muskmelons 

Onions (green) 

Onions (dry) 

Onions (pickled), quarts 

Okra 

Potatoes 

Parsnips 

Peas 

Pumpkins 

Parsley 

Plums 

Preserves (tomato), quarts.. . 
Pickles (cucumber), gallons. 

Peppers 

Pears 

Piccalilli, gallons 

Popcorn 

Quinces 

Radishes 

Rhubarb 

Rutabagas 

Raspberries (red) 

Raspberries (black) 

Spinach 

Swiss chard 

Squashes 

Sauer kraut 

Salsify 

Strawberries 



1,028 

280 

5,761 

2.83(5 

7,323 

692 

31,870 

47,512 

11,181 

1,295 

25,125 

1,514 



20 

1,043 

29 

24 

186 

4,905 

6 

181 

1,154 

381 

400 

86 

176 

15 



583 

3,982 

223,522 

45,560 

214 

49 

2 

300 

2,223 

3,061 

42 

12 

99,983 

16,960 

4,687 

86,054 

39 



71 

1,187 

118 



159 
381 



5,128 
3,771 
7,078 

275 

48 

1,069 

2,597 

18,440 

1,176 

122 
3,046 



84 



EXHIBIT No. 22— Continued. 



Fiscal Year. 



Sweet marjoram 

Summer savory 

Tomatoes 

Tomatoes (canned) , quarts 

Turnips 

Thyme 

Turkeys (live) • 

Veal 




EXHIBIT No. 23. 



Accounts Charged to Counties for Clothing for the Biennial Period Ending 

October 31, 1904.. 





Fiscal 


Year. • 


COUNTY. 


1902-3 


1903-4 


Allen 


$7 43 

423 02 

1 20 

96 26 
217 69 
114 42 

5 63 
170 07 

6 08 
31 28 
60 97 

9 80 

137 05 

375 81 

145 56 

297 79 

5 88 

144 30 

94 53 

14 23 

12 45 

158 40 

64 

47 60 

9 02 

76 52 

117 90 

282 04 

8 47 

143 87 

91 55 

71 47 


' *15 92 




535 44 




10 58 


DeKalb . 


118 69 


Elkhart 


295 75 


Fulton 


172 05 




5 27 




192 92 




14 68 




77 n 




93 72 




38 53 




263 72 




512 18 


Marshall. 


178 23 




348 23 




14 .31 


Noble 


245 60 




150 27 




28 45 




8 51 




227 15 




5 29 




103 02 




14 15 




131 66 


Steuben 


123 32 
453 50 




6 63 




209 78 


White 


144 26 


Whitley 


113 59 






Total ... 


83,378 93 


$4,852 51 







EIGHTH BIENNIAL REPORT 



TRUSTEES AND MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT 



Southern Indiana Hospital 
For the Insane 

AT EVANSVILLE, INDIANA, 



Biennial Period Ending October 31, 1904. 



TO THE GOVERNOR. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BUBFOBD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTINO AND BINDING. 
1906. 



STATE OF INDIANA, 

Executive Department, 
Indianapolis, December 29, 1904. 

Received by th6 Governor, examined and referred to the Auditor of State 
for verification of the financial statement. 



Office of Auditor of State, "i 

Indianapolis. December 30, 1904. j 

The within report, so far as the same relates to moneys drawn from the State 
Treasury, has been examined and found correct. 

D. E. SHERRICK, 

Auditor of State. 



December 30, 1 904. 
Returned by the Auditor of State, with above certificate, and transmitted to 
Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board of Commisiion- 
ers of Public Printing and Binding. 

GEORGE B. LOCKWOOD, 

Private Secretary. 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, January 
3, 1905. 

DANIEL E. STORMS, 

Secretary of State. 



Received the within report and delivered to the printer this 3d day of 
January, 1905. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 

Olerk Printing Bureau, 



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SOUTHERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE 

1904. 



Board of Trustees. 

NEWTON KELSAY, President Evansville, Ind. 

LEE ROSENBAUM, Vice-President/ Mt. Vernon, Ind. 

JOSEPH M. HUDSPETH, Treasurer Boonville, Ind. 

Medical Superintendent. 
CHARLES E. LAUGHLIN, M. D. 

Assistant Physicians. 

JOHN P. GLOVER, M. D. 
S. KENOSHA SESSIONS, M. D. 

Bookkeeper. ' 

WILLIAM KOCH. 

I Storekeeper. 

LOUIS F. KATTERJOHN. 

Matron. 
EMMA LAUGHLIN. 

Stenographer and Record Clerk. 
LOUISE E. BRUCKER. 

Chaplain. 
REV. THOMPSON ASHBURN. 



(4) 



REPORT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



To the Hon. Winfield T. Dukbix, Clovcrnor of Indiana: 

Sir — Conforminc; with tlie provision of the statute the Board of 
Trustees of the Southern Indiana Hospital for the Insane submit 
herewith the eighth biennial report, eovering the period ending- 
October 31, 1904. 

The term of Dr. W. K. McMalian liaving expired his successor, 
bv vour appointment, Mr. Newton Kelsay of Evansville, presented 
his credentials April 14, 1903, and the Board organized thus: 

K^eAvton Kelsay, Bresident. 

Lee Rosenbaum, Vice Bresident. 

Joseph M. Hudspeth, Treasurer. 

In January, 1904, Mr. Bludspeth having been reappointed, the 
organization was continued as above. 

The affairs of the Hospital were not in a condition satisfactory 
to the Trustees, and at a special meeting of the Board, held April 
30th, 1904, the resignt^tion of Dr. W. A. Stoker, Superintendent, 
was requested and promptly given. 

After diligent inquiry the Board on May ISth, elected Dr. 
Charles E. Laughlin, of Orleans, Indiana, as Superintendent, and 
he was installed on June 1st, 1904. 

Since that date there has been a continual and marked improve- 
ment in the Hospital and surroundings that is very gratifying to 
this Board. 

At the meeting of May 12th, 1903, the office of Bookkeeper and 
Supervisor of Amusements was, by resolution, abolished and the 
office declared vacant. 

Litigation instituted by the incumbent delayed the enforcement 
of this resolution until July 30th following, when the office of 
Bookkeeper was created and the conduct of amusements was as- 
signed to other officers. 

Specific Appropriations. The specific appropriations have been 
expended as designed, except the sum of $G,500 for a water tank 

(5) 



6 

and tower, which, as you were previously informed, was found 
insufficient and reverted to the treasury. 

Laundry. The new laundry building is a very commodious, 
substantial and, we believe, creditable structure. 

Engine and Dynamo. The new engine and dynamo are of the 
best type, and are rendering excellent service. 

The subjoined statement shows the status of the various funds 
during the period, and they are fully amplified in the financial ex- 
hibits contained in the report of the Superintendent: 

Maintenance for the year ending October 31, 1903 $86,200 00 

Derived from per capita appropriation providing $160 a year 

per capita for patients cared for in excess of 546 11,434 87 

Total appropriation $97,634 87 

Expended within the year $97,584 21 

Returned to State Treasury 50 66 

* $97,634 87 

Maintenance for the year ending October 31, 1904 $101,168 00 

Derived from per capita appropriation, providing $160 a year 

per capita for patients cared for in excess of 620 1,132 33 

Total appropriation $102,300 33 

Expended within the year, $99,513 67 

Returned to State Treasury 2,786 66 

$102,-300 33 

Repairs for the year ending October 31, 1903 $4,000 00 

Expended within the year $4,000 00 

Repairs for the year ending October 31, 1904 $4,000 00 

Expended within the year $3,985 99 

Returned to State Treasury 14 01 

$4,000 00 

Clothing for the year ending October 31, 1903 $2,800 00 

Expended within the year $2,538 72 

Returned to State Treasury 261 28 

$2,800 00 

Clotliing for the year ending October 31, 1904 $4,000 00 

Expended within the year $3,807 42 

Returned to State Treasury 192 58 

$4,000 00 
Painting— Specific : 

For the year ending October 31, 1903-1904 $1,000 00 

Expended October 31, 1903 $440 28 

Expended October 31, 1904 167 06 

$607 34 
Returned to State Treasury 392 66 

$1,000 00 



Tile Floor— Specific: 

For the year ending October 31, 1904 $1,000 00 

Expended $1,000 00 

Dynamo and Engine— Specific: 

For the year ending October 31, 1904 $3,900 00 

Expended $8,897 OG 

Returned to State Treasury 2 94 

$3,900 00 
Laundry Building and Equipment— Specific: 

For the year ending October 31, 1904 $10,000 00 

Expended $9,973 37 

Returned to State Treasury 26 63 

$10,000 00 
Water Supply— Specific: 

For the year ending October 31, 1904 $6,500 00 

Returned to State Treasury $6,500 00 



RECOMMENDATIONS. 
Maintenance Fund— 

For the year ending October 31, 1906, to care for 630 

patients, the sum of $103,950 00 

For each patient in excess of 630 the sum of $165 per capita per 
annum. 

Clothing 4,000 00 

Repairs 6,000 00 

Painting 1,000 00 

Maintenance Fund — 

For the year ending October 31, 1907 (to care for 630 

patients) $103,950 00 

For each patient in excess of 630 the sum of $165 per capita per 
annum. 

Clothing . 4,000 00 

Repairs 6,000 00 

Painting 1,000 00 

SPECIFIC NEEDS. 

Dining room for men $20,000 00 

Dining room for women 20,000 00 

Farm land and dairy 20,000 00 

Water tanli and softening process 10,000 00 

Smoke stacli 5,000 00 

Warehouse and fire department 2,000 00 

Bakery and equipment 4,000 00 

Fire escape 3,000 00 

Equipment and painting laundry 2,000 00 

Equipment for machine shop 1,000 00 

Repairs to heating system 3,000 00 

Equipment for converting -ward dining rooms into dormitories 5,000 00 



Your Board believes that all the items named above are essen- 
tial to the proper conduct of the institution to meet the increased 
and increasing demands for the care of this class of unfortunates, 
and that in the main they will enable us to give our wards better 
care, and prove a wise economy. 

Respectfully submitted, 

NEWTON KELSAY, 
LEE ROSEA'BAUM, 
JOSEPH M. HUDSPETH, 

Board of Trustees. 
Evansville, Indiana, December 13, 1904. 



REPORT OF THE MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT. 



To the Board of Trustees : 

Gentlemen — In compliance with the legal requirement I am 
pleased to submit this report of the operation of the Southern Indi- 
ana Hospital for the Insane for the biennial period ending October 
31, 1904: 

MOVEMENT OF PATIENTS. 

For the Year ending October 31, 1903. 

I Men. Women. Total. 

Enrolled October 31, 1902 342 324 666 

Admitted during 1902-1903 75 69 144 

Total treated ; 417 393 ' 810 

Discharged — 

Recovered 11 26 37 

Improved 31 8 39 

Unimproved 3 3 

Feebleminded 1 1 2 

Not insane 1 1 

Total discharged 40 36 82 

Died , 35 22 57 

Total discharged and died 81 58 139 

Remaining October 31, 1903 336 335 671 

Daily average for the year 315.47 301.82 017.29 

Per cent, of recoveries on total number treated 045 

Per cent, of deaths on total number treated 07 

MOVEMENT OF PATIENTS. 

For the Year ending October 31, 1904. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Enrolled October 31, 1903 336 335 671 

Admitted during 1903-1904 99 80 179 

Total treated 435 415 850 

Discharged— 

Recovered 14 40 54 

Improved 24 12 36 

Unimproved 2 5 7 

(9) 



10 

Men. Women. Total. 

Not insane 2 2 

Feebleminded . . .- 1 1 

Total discharged 43 57 100 

Died 30 38 68 

Total discharged and died 73 95 168 

Remaining October 31, 1904 362 320 682 

Daily average for year 329.423 297.554 626.977 

Per cent, of recoveries on total number treated 0658 

Per cent, of deaths on total number treated 08 

T^ie highest number enrolled during the period was 690. The lowest 
number was 644. 

The greatest number present was 638. The least number present 
was 610. 

DAILY AVERAGE FOR YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1903. 

Men. Women. Total. 

November 315.86 297.30 613.16 

December 321.00 298.00 619.00 

January 321.00 300.00 621.00 

February 317.00 299.00 616.00 

March 314.87 301.83 616.70 

April 314.20 302.60 616.80 

May 311.30 302.60 614.00 

June 309.66 306.17 615.83 

July 312.00 302.00 614.00 

August 315.64 299.61 615.25 

September 317.10 305.66 622.76 

October 316.00 307.00 623.00 

DAILY AVERAGE FOR THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Men. Women. Total. 

November 320.033 309.800 629.833 

December 321.516 310.742 632.258 

January 319.548 302.548 622.096 

February 320.170 302.830 623.000 

March 323.742 306.322 630.064 

April 333.067 296.533 629.600 

May 338.355 294.935 633.290 

June 337.733 294.433 632.166 

July 337.096 288.194 625.290 

August 335.838 287.226 623.064 

September 333.533 290.733 624.266 

October 332.452 286.350 618.806 

MEDICAL HISTORY. 

The medical liistorv is given in a very concise form in the self- 
explanatory tables embodied in this report. 



11 

Smallpox. On January 13th, 1904, a patient in Pink Hall, 
Department for Men, was f onncl to have developed smallpox. The 
contagion was probably conveyed to him by some of the numerous 
visitors during the holiday season. The ward was rigidly, and as 
events proved, effectively quarantined. The disease did not appear 
elsewhere in the Hospital. 

Every means of proph_ylaxis was resorted to. Every patient and 
employe was vaccinated. A large tent hospital was provided, to 
which those who developed the disease were at once removed. 
They were thoroughly isolated and were given every care and com- 
fort possible ; with competent medical attendance. There were 
nine cases, seven patients and two attendants — and further eulogy 
of jjhysician and nurses is not required than to state that all re- 
covered. 

After the convalescence was well advanced a thorough fumiga- 
tion and disinfection of all points was instituted, and on March 
20th we were again free of the loathsome disease. 

I desire to commend the fortitude displayed by all the employes 
during the presence of this scourge. 

Tuberculosis. During the period covered by this report there 
have been twenty-one deaths from tuberculosis — composing 16.8 
per cent, of the total deaths. 

It would be commendable to make some special provision for 
this class of cases whereby they could be segregated and given 
proper treatment. This would incidentally afford protection to 
those who are not subjects of the disease, which is not less impor- 
tant, and a consideration to which they are entitled. 

With the exceptions above noted there has been nothing unusual 
in the medical history during the biennial period. 

ORGANIZATION. 

Since my appointment to succeed Dr. AV. A. Stoker, June 1st, 
1903, there have been few changes on the staff of officers. Mr. 
William Koch was appointed bookkeeper on Jidy 30th, 1903, to 
fill the vacancy created by the action of your Board. On April 
15th, Mr. Charles G. Sefrit, steward, resigned, and his duties were 
apportioned among the remaining officei^s. 



12 



IMPROVEMENTS 



Launclrj. The appropriation of $10,000 for Laundry Building 
and equipment has been ex|)ended, and the exhibit appears in the 
financial report. 

The building was comjoleted and occupied June 1st, 1904, afford- 
ing commodious, cheerful quarters. 

Engine and Dynamo.' The sum of $3,900, approjDriated by the 
Legislature of 1903, was expended for an Ideal Engine direct con- 
nected with a Croker- Wheeler Generator, 100 K. AV. capacity. 
These are now in operation giving excellent service. 

Tile floor in Kitchen. The appropriation of $1,000 for tile 
floor in kitchen was expended for that purpose. 

Many substantial repairs have been made. The old laundry 
building has been remodeled and converted into a machine shop 
and carpenter shop. 

The space between the laundry and power house has been en- 
closed and is now occupied as an engine room. 

THE NEEDS OF THE INSTITUTION. 

Are many, and some of them are imperative. 

Increased Capacity. During the past year the Department for 
Men has been crowded, and it has sometimes been necessary to 
reject patients for that reason. 

It will be necessary to provide some relief for this condition. 
This may be done in either of three ways, any one of which will 
afford present relief, viz., a new wing for Department for Men ; an 
infirmary for fifty patients, or congregate dining room. All of 
these improvements will ultimately be required, and it is but a 
question of which to provide first. 

Bakery. The present bakery, as you ai-e aware, is poorly con- 
structed and unsatisfactory, and threatens to collapse. It should 
be supplanted with a suitable building, with room for storing sup- 
plies, and with a modern oven and equipment. 

Ware Room for Store House. The store house is too small, and 
it is often necessary to store supplies in other buildings. A 
ware-room addition should be built, sufficient to store properly all 
supplies received. At a very slight cost the same structure can 
be made to afford excellent quarters for the fire department. 



13 

Smoke Stack. The smoke stack has been a source of apprehen- 
sion for some time, and it is imperative to provide a new one'. 

Water Supply and Fire Protection. The Legislature of 1903 
appropriated $6,500 to provide a tower and tank. The estimates 
showed the sum was insufBcient and it was not used. It is essential 
that this improvement should be made and it would be a great 
economy to establish in connection therewith a water-softening 
process. The chemical comj)osition of the water in use is such 
that it is very destructive to 'the entire system of pipes, plumbing 
and boilers. If it were chemically treated the annual saving 
effected would very soon equal the cost of the plant. 

Earm-Land and Dairy. The returns from the farm indicate 
that more land could be profitably cultivated. There is among the 
]3atients an abundance of unemployed labor that could be utilized 
with benefit to them and profitably to the State. We experience 
difficulty in procuring a supply of milk. A herd of cows should 
be purchased that would afford an ample supply of milk — one of 
the most essential foods — constantly available. 

Machine Shop. With the present insufficient equipment it is 
often necessary to send to the city for repair work that could 
easily be done here if some needed machinery were provided. 

Fire EscajDe. The new wing in the Department for Men has 
a stairway in the west end of the building which is the only direct 
means of egress. Should a fire occur in that portion of the build- 
ing it would almost certainly result in a loss of life. This should 
be remedied by providing a fire escape to be located near the east 
portion of the building. 

Equipment of Laundry. Additional machinery is needed for 
the equipment of the laundry to enable us to properly care for all 
the work of our present population. The interior of the laundry 
building should also receive a coat of paint. . 

Heating System. The present system is inadequate during the 
most severe weather. It can be modified by the addition of radi- 
ators on the day rooms, making it sufficient for our needs. 

Maintenance. The fund for the year ending October 31, 1904, 
has been ample for our needs. The records indicate the appropria- 
tion should be based on a population of 630. 



14 

SUMMARY OF NEEDS OF INSTITUTION. 

Maintenance Fund — 

For the year ending October 31, 1906, to care for 630 

patients tlie sum of $103,950 00 

For each patient in excess of 630 the sum of $165 per capita per 
annum. 

Clothing 4,000 00 

Repairs 6,000 00 

Painting 1,000 00 

Maintenance Fund— 

For the year ending October 31, 1907, to care for 630 

patients, the sum of $103,950 00 

For each patient in excess of 630 the sum of $165 per capita per 
annum. 

Clothing $4,000 00 

Repairs 6,000 00 

Painting 1,000 00 



APPROPRIATIONS FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES. 

Dining room for men $20,000 00 

Dining room for women 20,000 00 

Farm land and dairy 20,000 00 

Water tanli and softening process 10,000 00 

Smoke stack 5,000 00 

Warehouse and fire department 2,000 00 

Bakery and equipment 4,000 00 

Fire escape 3,000 00 

Equipment and painting laundry 2,000 00 

Equipment for machine shop 1,000 00 

Repairs to heating system 3,000 00 

Equipment for converting ward dining rooms into dormitories 5,000 00 

We embrace this opportunity to express gratitude for the loyal 
support of officers and employes. 

In conclusion, gentlemen of the Board of Trustees, we wish to 
acknowledge our obligation for the many courtesies, kindly con- 
sideration, wise counsel and firm support which you have at all 
times so cheerfully given. 

Respectfully submitted, 

C. E. LAUGHLIN, 
Medical Superintendent. 
Southern Indiana Hospital for the Insane, 

Evansville, Indiana, December 12, 1904, 



MEDICAL TABLES. 



GENERAL MEDICAL STATISTICS. 



TABLE I. 



MOVEMENT OF PATIENTS FROM OCTOBER 31, ISlH) (BEGINNING), 
TO OCTOBER 31. 1004. 

Hen. Woriien. Total. 

Whole numbei- admittecl 1.151 1.01.") •2.166 

Diseliargecl— 

Recoverea 300 310, 610 

Improved 150 93 243 

Unimproved 43 27 70 

Idiotic 4 4 S 

Feebleminded 3 12 

Not insane 10 5 15 

On writ of habeas corpus. . . ^ 1 1 

Whole number discharged 517 442 050 

Whole number died '. . . 272 253 525 

Total discharged and died. . 789 695 1,484 

Remaining October 31, 1904 362 320 082 



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MOVEMENT OF PATIENTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 
OCTOBER 31, 1903. 

Men. Women. Total. 

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Admitted during 1902-1903 75 69 144 

Total treated 417 393 810 

Discharged— 

Recovered 11 26 37 

Improved 31 8 39 

Unimproved 3 3 

Feebleminded 1 1 2 

Not insane 1 1 

Total discharged 46 36 82 

Died 35 22 57 

Total discharged and died 81 58 139 

Remaining October 31, 1903 336 335 671 

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Per cent, of recovei'ies on total number treated 045 

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MOVEMENT OF PATIENTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 
OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Enrolled October 31, 1903 336 335 671 

Admitted during 1903-1904 99 SO 179 

Total treated 435 415 850 

Discharged — 

Recovered 14 40 54 

Improved 24 12 30 

Unimproved 2 5 7 

Not insane 2 2 

Feebleminded 1 1 

Total discharged 43 57 100 

Died 30 38 68 

Discharged and died 73 95 168 

Remaining October 31, 1904 362 320 682 

Daily average for year 329.423 297.5-54 626.977 

Per cent, of recoveries on total number treated 06.58 

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TABLE VII. 



ADMISSION BY COUNTIES— FISCAL YEAR 1902-1903. 

Men. Women. Total, 

Crawford 6 2 8 

Daviess 1 4 5 

Dubois -1 4 8 

Gibson 1 3 4 

Greene 4 2 G 

Harrison 4 4 8 

Knox 6 6 

Martin 2 7 9 

Orange 6 4 10 

Perry 3 5 8 

Pilie 2 4 6 

Posey 5 2 7 

Spencer 1 3 4 

Sullivan 4 4 8 

Vanderburgli 19 15 34 

Wan-ick 7 6 13 

Total ■ 75 69 144 



TABLE VIIL 



ADMISSION BY COUNTIES— FISCAL YEAR 1903-1904. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Crawford 4 2 6 

Daviess 5 3 8 

Dubois 4 5 9 

Gibson 7 9 16 

Greene 5 4 9 

HaiTison 5 3 8 

Knox 7 3 10 

Martin 3 6 9 

Orange 7 3 10 

Perry 1 6 7 

Pike 7 1 8 

Posey 8 3 11 

Spencer 4 2 6 

Sullivan 5 5 10 

Vanderburgh 21 23 44 

Warrick 6 2 8 

Total 99 80 179 



TABLE IX. 



DIAGNOSIS OF THOSE ADMITTED— FISCAL YEAR 1902-1903. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Mania acute 20 26 40 

Mauia chronic S 4 12 

Mania epileptic 5 .5 10 

Mania puerperal 2 2 

Mania recurrent 13 12 2.5 

Melancholia 19 19 38 

Paresis 2 2 

Senile dementia 7 1 8 

Feebleminded 1 1 

Total 75 69 144 



TABLE X. 



DIAGNOSIS OF THOSE ADMITTED— FISCAL YEAR 1903-1904. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Alcoholism 2 2 

Mania acute ::3 25 48 

Mania chronic 14 20 

Mania epileptic 6 4 10 

]Mania hysterica 1 1 

Mania paralytic 1 1 2 

Mania puerperal 1 1 

Mania recurrent IS 19 37 

Dementia 1 1 

Dementia senile 5 4 9 

Melancholia ; 21 18 39 

Paresis 7 7 

Feebleminded 2 2 

Total 99 80 - 179 



24 



TABLE XI. 



SHOWING ALLEGED CAUSE OF INSANITY OF THOSE ADMITTED 
—FISCAL YEAR 1902-1903. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Epilepsy .5 

Excessive use of wliisliy and morpliiue 

Heredity 24 

Lagrippe 1 

Puerperium 2 2. 

Senility "6 G 

Typhoid fever 1 2 3 

Not Ivuown 38 29 G7 

Total 75 G9 144 



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TABLE XII. 



SHOAVING ALLEGED CAUSE OF INSANITY OF THOSE ADMITTED 
—FISCAL YEAR 1903-1904. 

Hen. Wo7nen Total. 

Brain fever 1 1 

Epilepsy 5 4 9 

Excessive use of wliislcy and morpliine 2 1 3 

Fright caused by riot 1 1 

Heredity 27 40 07 

Injury to head 1 1 

Puerperium 1 1 

Senility 5 2 7 

Typhoid fever 1 1 2 

Worry over imprisonment of son Oil 

Not known 57 29 86 

T\>tal 99 SO 179 



TABLE XIII. 



CIVIL COXDITIOX OF THOSE ADMITTED DI^KlXfJ THE KhSOAL 

YEAR 1002-lOOy. 

Men. < Woniev. Tola!. 

Single o2 1!» 51 

Married ."!") 4."! TS 

"Widowed 8 7 ITi 

Total 75 GO 144 



TABLE XIV 



CIVIL CONDITION OF THOSE ADMITTED DUKIXC THE FISCAL 

YEAR 1UU3-1;)U4. 

' Men. )]'onieii. Total 

Single oG V.) 55 

Married 55 5(> 105 

Widowed S 11 ]!» 

Total i)!) SI I 17'.i 



TABLE XV 



AGE OF THOSE ADMITTED DUKIN'lt THE FISCAl 

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Fr(jm tittoen to twenty 10 

From twenty to twenty-live 

From twenty-tive to thirty 4 • 

From thirty to thirty-tive 10 

From thirty-five to forty 4 

From forty to forty-five 11 

From forty-five to fifty 10 

From fifty to sixty 7 

From sixty to seventy 4 

From seventy to eighty 

Total 75 Olt 144 



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TABLE XVI. 



AGE OF THOSE ADMITTED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1903-1904. 

Men. Women. Total. 

From fifteen to twenty 2 7 9 

From twenty to twenty-five 13 9 22 

From twenty-five to thirty 9 ' 11 20 

From thirty to thirty-five lo 10 25 

From thirty-five to forty 10 7 17 

From forty to forty-five 11 6 17 

From forty-five to fifty 10 9 19 

From fifty to sixty 14 9 23 

From sixty to seventy 11 6 17 

From seventy to eighty 4 6 10 

Total ^ 99 80 179 



TABLE XVII. 



NATIVITY OF THOSE ADMITTED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 

1902-1903. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Arkansas 1 1 

England 1 1 

Germany 5 1 6 

Indiana 53 50 103 

Illinois 1 4 5 

Kentucky 2 3 5 

Massachusetts 1 1 

Missouri 2 1 3 

Ohio 1 2 . 3 

Pennsylvania 1 1 

Scotland 2 2 

Tennessee 1 1 

Virginia 1 2 3 

Not known 7 2 9 

Total 75 69 . 144 



27 



TABLE XVIII. 



NATIVITY OF THOSE ADMITTED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 

1903-1904. 

Men. 

Arkansas 

Connecticut 

England 

France 1 

Germany 6 

Georgia 1 

Indiana 70 

Illinois o 

Ireland 

Kentucliy 4 

Missouri 

New Jersey 

Ohio 5 

Pennsylvania 1 

Tennessee 1 

Not known 7 

Total 99 



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TABLE XIX. 



DURATION OF INSANITY BEFORE ADMISSION OF THOSE AD- 
MITTED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1902-1903. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Less than one month 11 9 20 

One month 4 2 G 

Two months 3 6 9 

Three months S 7 15 

Four months 3 . 5 S 

Five months 1 2 3 

Six months 2 4 6 

One year 9 10 19 

Two years 6 4 10 

Three years 2 1 3 

Four years 4 ,2 6 

Over five years 7 S lo 

Not known 15 9 24 

Total 75 69 144 



28 
TABLE XX. 



DURATION OF INSANITY BEFORE ADMISSION OF THOSE 

ADMITTED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1903-1904. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Less tlian one mouth 13 IS 31 

Oue month S 3 11 

Two months 9 9 18 

Three mouths 8 3 11 

Four mouths . . . .• 6 2 8 

Five months 3 1 4 

Six months 1 4 5 

Oue year 10 10 20 

Two years 9 10 19 

Three years 4 3 7 

Four years 3 2 5 

Over live years 13 9 22 

Not known 12 6 IS 

Total , 99 SO 179 



TABLE- XXI. 



OCCUPATION OF THOSE ADMITTED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 

1902-1903. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Rhicksmitli 1 1 

Briclcmason 1 1 

Carpenter 4 4 

Clerks 2 2 

Ciyarmakers 2 2 

Engineers 1 1 

Farmers 31 0* 31 

Housewoi'k 08 08 

Laborers 10 10 

[Merchants 1 1 

Miners 2 2 

Painters 2 2 

Paperhangers 1 1 

Physicians 1 1 

Printers ~~ 1 1 

Seamstress 1 1 

Stonecutter 1 1 

"Woodworker 2 2 

No.- occupation 6 

Total 75 69 144 



29 



TABLE XXTI. 



OCCUPATION OF THOSE ADMITTED DURING THE FISCAL 
YEAR 1903-1904. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Aft-euts 1 (I 1 

Barber 1 (> I 

Blacksmith 1 d ] 

Carpenters 3 o 

Cliairmakens 1 o 1 

Clerks 1 (» 1 

Coopers 1 1 

Farmers 39 ;'.!.» 

Plousework 7.". 7.1 

Jeweler 1 < • 1 

Laborers 2.] n i^."'. 

' Machinists 1 »i 1 

Merchants 1 <> 1 

Miners •"> < • •"' 

Jlusic teacher u 1 1 

Painter 1 <» 1 

Photographer 1 t 

Saddler 1 1 

SeamstTess 1 1 

Shoemaker , 1 < • 1 

Stonecntter 1 •' t 

Stovemonlder 1 " ] 

Students o - - 

Tailor 1 <i ] 

Teacher 1 <> 1 

Tinners -' ' • - 

Travel salesmen 2 1 1 - 

Woodworkers - < ' -* 

No occnpation 7 U 7 

Total : . . . . 99 S(> 179 



TABLE XXIII. 



CAUSE OF DEATH OF THOSE WHO DIED DURING THE FISCAL 

yp:ak i!)(i2-'i9n:j. 

J/e??. Wome7i. Total. 

Apoplexy 1 1 

Bright's disease and cystitis 1 1 

Cerebritis 1 " ^ 

Dysentery 2 1 •'- 



30 



TABLE XXIII— Continued. 

Men. Women. Total. 

Exhaustion epileptic convulsions 3 

Exhaustion mania 5 

Exhaustion melancholia 1 

Exhaustion senile dementia 1 

Exhaustion chronic diaiThoea 6 

Marasmus 2 

Nephritis 

Obstruction of bowels 1 

Paresis 2 

Pernicious anaemia 1 

Suicides 1 

Tuberculosis pulmonalis 3 

Tuberculosis of bowels 

Tabes messenterica 1 

Uremic convulsions 1 

Valvular heart disease 2 

Total 85 22 57 



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CAUSE OF DEATH OF THOSE WHO DIED DURING THE FISCAL 

YEAR 1903-1904. 

' Men. Women. Total. 

Apoplexy 1 1 

Catarrhal jaundice 1 1 

Cirrhosis of liver 1 1 

Cerebral meningitis 1 1 2 

Dilatation of heart 1 1 

Exhaustion from fractured hip 1 1 

Exhaustion diarrhoea 1 1 2 

Exhaustion dementia 2 1 8 

Exhaustion senile dementia 1 1 

Exhaustion mania 7 7 

Exhaustion chronic mania 5 5 

Exhaustion melancholia 0' 3 3 

Exhaustion mania epileptic 4 6 10 

Inanition 1 1 

LagTippe ' 1 1 

Marasmus 2 2 

Paresis '. 5 1 6 

Paralysis 3 3 

Tuberculosis pulmonalis 5 9 14 

Valvular heart disease 1 2 3 

Total 30 38 68 



31 



TABLE XXV. 



DAILY AVERAGE DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1902-1903. 

1902 Men. Women. Total. 

November 315.86 297.30 613.16 

December 321.00 298.00 619.00 

1903 

January 321.00 300.00 621.00 

February 317.00 299.00 616.00 

March 314.87 301.83 616.70 

April 314.20 302.60 616.80 

May 311.30 302.60 614.00 

June . . . ; 309.66 306.17 615.83 

July 312.00 302.00 614.00 

Aug-ust 315.64 299.61 615.25 

September 317.10 305.66 622.76 

October 316.00 307.00 623.00 

Average for the year 315.47 301.82 617.29 

TABLE XXVI. 



DAILY AVERAGE DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1903-1904. 

1908 Men. Women. Total. 

November 320.033 309.800 629.833 

December 321.516 310.742 632.258 

1904 

January 319.548 302.548 622.096 

February 320.170 302.830 623 

March 323.742 306.322 630.064 

April 333.067 296.533 629.600 

May 338.355 294.935 633.290 

June 337.733 294.433 632.166 

July 837.096 288.194 625.290 

August 335.888 287.226 628.064 

September 338.538 290.738 624.266 

October 832.452 286.35 618.806 



Average for the year 329.423 297.554 626.977 



32 
VOUCHEES. 



The following is a complete list of tlie vouchers approved by 
the Board of Trustees for the fiscal year ending October 31, 1903, 
the originals of which, properly signed and sealed, may be found at 
the office of the Auditor of State, duplicates thereof being on file 

in the office of the Hospital, together with the original invoices 
of the claims : 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. 

1. ArmoTir & Company Meats 

2. Evansville Packing Co Meats 

3. The Cook Grocery Co Groceries 

4. Vickery Brothers Cereals, poultry, etc 

5. Armour Packing Co Butterine 

6. Chas. W. Brizius & Co Flour 

7. Ward & Boeke Milk 

8. Ragon Brothers Groceries 

9. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 

10. Ohio Valley Produce Co Eggs 

11. Steele-Wedeles Co Cereals, starch 

12. Lirbby, McNeill & Libby Mutton 

13. Mackey-Nisbet Co Muslin and toweling 

14. E. B. Oslage & Co ...Tinware 

15. '^m. B. Burf ord Typewriter paper 

16. D. & H. Rosenbaum Oils and drugs 

17. Valvoline Oil Co Cylinder oil 

IS. Chas. Leich & Co Drugs 

19. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent expenses 

20. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

21. The Garlock Packing Co Packing 

22. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co Coal 

23. Armour & Co Meats 

24. Evansville Packing Co Meats 

25. Ragon Brothers Groceries 

26. Ziliak & Schafer Co Flour and meal 

27. The Cook Grocery Co Groceries 

28. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 

29. Ward & Boeke Milk 

30. Vickery Brothers Potatoes and groceries 

31. Rosenberger, Klein & Co Groceries and poultry 

32. Armour Packing Co , Butterine 

33. Steele-Wedeles Co Dried fruits and cereals 

.34. Ohio Valley Produce Co Eggs 

35. Reid Murdoch & Co Rice and syrup 

36. Mackey-Nisbet Co Table linen and bedding 

37. .J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co Scrub brushes 

38. Cumberland Telephone Co Rental and tolls 

39. Chas. Leich & Co Drugs 

40. John Laval & Sons .Drugs and soap 

41. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co Coal 

42. Chas. H. Menden Coal 

43. Arrow Boiler Compound Co Boiler compound 

44. Standard Oil Co ; Oil. gasoline 

45. Wadham"s Oil & Grease Co Sodium phosphate 

4G. Eichel Lime & Stone Co Stone screenings 

47. J. P. Davies Chipped soap 



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$726 68 


500 08 


440 93 


354 63 


310 20 


296 60 


237 00 


235 47 


170 66 


73 25 


58 58 


27 92 


118 25 


84 95 


1 25- 


345 41 


39 75 


18 30 


319 23 


3.157 80 


20 42 


572 24 


938 85 


572 19 


393 07 


299 00 


271 52 


246 12 


240 25 


187 08 


168 06 


138 00 


106 40 


69 75 


40 50 


138 45 


27 00 


26 40 


61 38 


7 51 


920 44 


67 06 


141 12 


75 25 


48 40 


133 7G 


137 50 



33 



VO U'CHEES—Continued. 

No. Name, of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

48. Allen Brothers Hay $76 79 

49. L. M. Baird Lime 5 60 

50. Dr. W. A. Stoker Emergent expenses 475 58 

51. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 3^197 47 

52. Dr. W. R. McMahan Salary and expenses 88 30 

53. Lee Rosenbaum Salary and expenses 97 49 

54. Joseph M. Huuspeth Salary and expenses 103 30 

55. Eransvllle Packing Co Fresh and salt meats 1,343 00 

56. The Cook Grocery Co Butterine, syrup, etc '. 733 61 

57. Vickery Brothers Flour, poultry, etc 525 89 

58. Ward & Boeke Milk 240 25 

59. Ragon Brothers Potatoes, prunes, etc 218 75 

60. Rosenberger, Klein & Co Sugar, onions, etc 19105 

61. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 16190 

62. Ohio Valley Produce Co Eggs 81 00 

63. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Tea 65 28 

64. Carson Pirie Scott & Co Table linen, etc 180 64 

65. The Lahr-Bacon Co Shade cloth and ticking 116 34 

66. Mackey-Nisbet Co Toweling and table linen 56 15 

67. B. H. Oslage & Co Tinware 46 35 

68. Wm. B. Burford Tablets and mucilage 32 88 

69. H. A. Lensing Lime 13 50 

70. D. & H. Rosenbaum Drugs and Oil 225 IS 

71. Chas. Leich & Co Filter alum and drugs 31 88 

72. Standard Oil Co ParafBne wax 18 76 

73. Boetticher, Kellogg Co ....Coal shovels, etc 10 05 

74. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co Coal 862 25 

75. Chas. H. Menden Coal 6143 

76. Evansville Leather and Belting Co Belting 23 60 

77. Single Center Buggy Co Buggy 100 00 

78. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent expenses 319 73 

79. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 3,207 28 

80. Evansville Packing Co Fresh and salt meats 1,391 15 

81. The Cook Grocery Co Groceries 554 53 

82. Owensville Milling Co Flour 292 50 

83. Swift & Co Butterine and pork 272 65 

84. Ward & Boeke Milk 217 00 

85. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 192 64 

86. Armour & Co Cheese and pork 165 06 

87. Vickery Brothers Onions, yeast, etc 117 37 

88. 1^1 oby, McNeill & Libby Bacon 92 00 

89. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Cereals 59 16 

90. Ragon Brothers Groceries 50 19 

91. Ohio Valley Produce Co Eggs 47 40 

92. Chas. W. Brizius & Co Corn meal 16 50 

93. Sprague Warner & Co Macaroni 16 11 

94. Lahr-Bacon Co Dry goods 166 94 

95. Mackey-Nisbet Co Oilcloth, toweling 86 10 

96. Rosenberger, Klein Co Lye, brooms, etc 52 28 

97. Boetticher, Kellogg Co Hardware 45 26 

98. Blackman, Lukenheimer Queensware 30 15 

99. Clifford Hardware Co Hardware 9 10 

100. Cumberland Telephone Co Rental's and tolls 24 60 

101. D. & H. Rosenbaum Drugs 73 37 

102. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co Coal 736 73 

103. Evansville Gas & Electric Co Coke 137 75 

104. Wadham's Oil & Grease Co Soda phosphate 49 12 

105. Valvoline Oil Co. Cylinder oil 39 00 

106. J. P. Davies Chipped soap 137 50 

3— Southern Insane. 



34 



VOUCHEES— Continued. 

^o. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

107. Charles Koehler Corn $48 00 

108. Ziliak & Schafer Mill Co Oats 40 80 

109. John Hubbard & Co Seed 24 40 

110. Vaughn's Seed Store Flower seed 21 95 

111. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent expenses 319 34 

112. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 3,177 80 

113. Bvansville Packing Co Fresh and salt meats 1,162 64 

114. The Cook Grocery Co Groceries 831 62 

115. O wensville Milling Co Flour and meal 306 00 

116. Ragon Brothers Potatoes, salt, etc 243 13 

117. Ward & Boeke Milk 240 25 

118. Swift & Co Pork, mutton and salt sks 148 07 

119. National Biscuit Co ..Bread 126 00 

120. Rosenberger, Klein Co Poultry, onions, etc 109 39 

121. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 92 12 

122. Vickery Brothers • Vegetables and fruit 84 63 

123. Cudahy Packing Co Pork 64 63 

124. Armour & Company Bacon 47 11 

125. Ohio Valley Produce Co Eggs 20 70 

126. Carson Pirie Scott & Co Table linen and crash 157 34 

127. Boetticher, Kellogg Co Lawn mowers, knives, etc 96 78 

128. A. L. Swanson Incandescent lamps 56 25 

129. Lahr-Bacon Co Napkins and towels 47 55 

130. E. B. Oslage'Co Drip pans 15 35 

131. Wm. B. Burford Letter heads 2 75 

132. Chas. Leich & Co ..Drugs 33 18 

133. D. & H. Rosenbaum Drugs and brushes , 23 12 

134. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co ..Coal 693 14 

185. Arrow Boiler Compound Co Boiler compound 180 34 

136. Standard Oil Co Gasoline 26 00 

137. Peter Henderson & Co Garden seed 45 84 

138. Jno. Hubbard «& Co Onion sets and sweet potatoes 38 39 

139. Williams & Hunt Chipped soap 50 71 

140. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent expenses 420 85 

14L Joseph M. Hudspeth .Pay-roll 3,140 15 

142. Dr. W. R. McMahan.... Salary and expenses 82 80 

143. Lee Rosenbaum Salary and expenses 79 56 

144. Joseph M. Hudspeth Salary and expenses 104 83 

145. Evansville Packing Co Fresh and salt meats 1,466 50 

146. The Cook Grocery Co Groceries 271 22 

147. Ward & Boeke ..Milk 232 50 

148. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 185 22 

149. Vickery Brothers Poultry, cheese, etc 170 22 

150. Libby, McNeill & Libby Sausage 54 00 

151. Swift & Co Mutton and salt sacks 43 85 

152. Ohio Valley Produce Co Eggs 28 20 

153. Reid Murdoch Co Evaporated peaches 26 00 

154. Sprague Warner Co Alacaroni 16 50 

155. Red Star Compound Yeast Co Yeast 12 01 

156. Wm. B. Burford Printing and stationery 189 36 

157. Mackey-Nisbet Co Sheeting and muslin 167 01 

158. Ragon Brothers Scourine, rice, etc Ill 25 

159. Mackey-Nisbet Co Ticking and ribbon 46 45 

160. Schnute-Holtman Co Lumber for coffins 36 28 

161. Eichel Lime Stone Co Stone screenings 35 OO 

162. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co Coal 763 92 

163 Vaughn's Seed Store Seed and plants 34 07 

164. John Hubbard & Co Seed potatoes 30 36 

165. Chas. Leich & Oo Acetic acid 3 84 



35 



VOUCHERS— Continued. 

'No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

166. Dr. W. A. Stoker Coiitingeut expenses $209 33 

167. Joseph M. Hudspeth Paj='-roll 3^32 92 

168. Owensville Milling Co Flour 162 50 

169. Olds & Company Chip soap 20 25 

1/0. Evansville Packing Co Fresh and salt meats 1,403 81 

171. Ragon Brothers Groceries 

172. Swift & Company Butterine 

173. Ward & Boeke Milk 

174. Armour Packilig Co Butterine 

175. Chas. W. Brizius & Co Flour 

176. The Cook Grocery Oo Groceries 

177. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 

178. Armour & Company Mutton, pork, etc 

179. Armour & Company Poultry and eggs 

180. Ohio Valley Produce Co Ei'ggs 

181. Parsons & Scoville Co Rice and soda 

182. Bement & Seitz Co Crackers, kraut, etc 

183. Mackey-Nisbet Co Sheeting and oilcloth 

184. The Lahr-Bacon Co Toweling 

185. Blackman & Lukenheimer Queens ware 

186. Carson Pirie Scott & Co Table linen 

187 John Laval & Sons Acid, whiskey, etc 

188. Chas. Leich & Co Alum and drugs 

189. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co Coal 

190. Arrow Boiler Compound Co B-oiler compound 

191. Standard Oil Co Cylinder oil 

192. Valvoline Oil Co ...Cylinder oil 

193. L. M. Baird Lime 

194. Allen Brothers Hay 

195. Evansville Leather Co .......Garden hose 

196. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

197. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

198. Evansville Packing Co Fresh and salt meats 1,358 32 

199. The Cook Grocery Co Potatoes, sugar, etc 

200. Ohas. W. Brizius & Co Flour 

201. Ross W. Weir & Co. Coffee 

202. Armour Packing Co Butterine 

203. Sprague Warner & Co Rice, scourine 

204. The Cook Grocery Co Vegetables, fruit, etc 

205. Armour & Company Pork and sausage 

206. Ragon Brothers Beans, dried fruits, etc 

207. Vickery Brothers Eggs, poultry, etc 

208. Steele-Wedeles Co Dried fruits, etc 

209. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Tea, metal polish, etc 

210. Rosenberger, Klein & Co Beans 

211. Swift & Company Salt sacks and mutton 

212. W. A. Aikin & Sons Lard 

213. Ohio Valley Produce Co Eggs 

214. Armour & Company E^gs, 

215. Vaughn's Seed Store Beans and plants 

216. Chas. Mayer & Co Fireworks 

217. Wm. B. Burford Blanks and envelopes 

218. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Toweling, rubber sheets 

219. The Queen City Window Shade Co.... Shade cloth 

220. Blackman & Lukenheimer Queensware 

221. Mackey-Nisbet Co Toweling, hairbrushes 

222. Boetticher, Kellogg Co Hardware 

Keller Printing Co Printing 



223. 



224. D. & H. Rosenbaum Dr 



rugs 



407 So 


246 00 


240 25 


230 SS 


209 25 


208 94 


113 68 


90 33 


51 60 


50 10 


37 68 


36 01 


108 07 


28 00 


19 31 


19 25 


41 13 


26 27 


300 42 


107 17 


49 56 


39 75 


15 00 


48 91 


21 30 


499 89 


,629 68 


,358 32 


434 94 


252 73 


191 52 


182 25 


169 44 


156 83 


112 89 


86 08 


81 64 


72 93 


60 24 


36 75 


30 92 


72 60 


24 30 


15 60 


45 00 


50 00 


15 41 


113 88 


18 00 


16 50 


15 24 


11 65 


6 25 


72 86 



36 



V OUCHEKS— Continued. 

]^o. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

225. Clias. Leich & Co Drugs $45 40 

226. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co Coal 315 48 

227. Bvansville Oil Co Gasoline 27 00 

-228. Williams & Hunt Chip soap 87 71 

229. Edward F. Goeke Co Oats and corn 188 27 

230. Clifford Hardware Co Wheelbarrows and rakes 26 00 

231. Ward & Boeke Milk 201 50 

232. Olds & Company ^ Chip soap 36 40 

233. Dr. C. E. Laughlin ■. Contingent expenses 397 43 

234. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 2,766 46 

235. Lee Rosenbaum Salary and expenses 96 64 

236. Lee Rosenbaum Attending National Conference.... 46 17 

237. Joseph M. Hudspeth Salary and expenses 133 94 

23S. Evansville Packing Co Fresh and salt meats 1,254 62 

239. The Cook Grocery Co Groceries, ammonia 196 56 

240. Chas. W. Brizius Co Flour and meal 275 22 

241. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 148 54 

242. The Cook Grocery Co Vegetables, fruit, etc 46 71 

243. Friedman Mfg. Co Butterine 177 60 

244. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co Coal 236 81 

245. Ward & Boeke Milk 240 25 

246. Vickery Brothers Poultry, etc 41 76 

247. Ragon Brothers Groceries and brooms 237 32 

248. Cumberland Telephone Co Telephone rental 50 00 

249. S. G. Evans & Co Household furnishings 30 24 

250. F. L. Elmendorf Carpet 37 OO 

251. Ohio Valley Produce Co.. ^ Eggs 55 60 

252. G. Marsicano Bananas ". 17 50 

253. Mackey-Nisbet Co Crash and bunting 30 54 

254. W. M. Aikin & Son Lard 69 06 

255. The Lahr-Bacon Co Dry goods 24 23 

256. L. M. Baird Lime and cement 15 OO 

257. Standard Oil Co Turpentine 50 50 

258. Chas. Leich & Co.' Drugs and filter alum 24 61 

259. Olds & Company Chipped soap 39 73 

260. Red Star Compressed Yeast Co Yeast ;. 4 00 

261. The Chatfield & Woods Co Toilet paper 18 00 

262. The Sanita Co Disinfectant 70 20 

263. Arrow Boiler Compound Co Boiler compound 185 50 

264. Williams & Hunt Trisodium compound 41 10 

265. D. & H. Rosenbaum Salsoda, etc 10 43 

266. Boetticher Kellogg Co Hardware 14 50 

267. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 345 21 

268. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 2,815 77 

269. Evansville Packing Co Fresh and salt meats 1,209 89 

270. W. M. Aikin & Sons Mutton, lard, sausage 288 40 

271. Armour & Company Mutton 33 54 

272. The Cook Grocery Co Groceries 246 78 

273. Vickery Brothers Poultry, groceries, sundries 58 35 

274. The Cook Grocery Co Groceries, poultry, canned goods.. 44 19 

275. Ward & Boeke Milk 240 25 

276. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co Coal 233 33 

277. Chas. W. Brizius & Co Flour 284 58 

278. Franklin MacVeagh Metal polish 3 84 

279. Ragon Brothers Crackers, brooms, hominy 62 43 

280. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 68 77 

281. Mackey-Nisbet Co Oilcloth, toweling 146 01 

282. Ohio Valley Produce Co Eggs 12 15 

283. Evansville Oil Co Gasoline 26 00 



37 



VOUCHEES—Continued. 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

284. John Laval & Sons Oxalic acid $22 44 

285. Louis Ichenhauser & Sons Queensware and glassware 36 30 

286. Rice-Stiz Dry Goods Co Sheeting, table linen 200 58 

287. Boettieher, Kellogg Co Shovels, etc 16 65 

288. Chas. Leich & Co. Filter alum 18 96 

289. Standard Oil Co Turpentine, oil and paraffine 104 96 

290. Myer Bros. Coffee and Spice Co Coffee 156 00 

291. Olds & Company , Chipped soap 65 17 

292. Flurer Tohacco Co Tobacco 68 04 

293. D. & H. Rosenbaum Drugs, incandescent lamps 84 51 

294. Central Rubber & Supply Co Hose 77 00 

295. Sprague Warner Co Rice, beans 107 40 

296. Swift & Co '. Butterine 162 46 

297. Wm. B. Burford Stationery 79 03 

298. Blackman & Lunkenheimer Glassware and queensware 36 97 

299. Wm. B. Burford Printing and stationery 20 26 

300. William Fishback Vinegar 9 36 

301. Armour & Co Eggs 13 20 

302. Dr. C. Ei'. Laughlin Contingent expenses 324 10 

303. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 2,863 29 

304. Newton Kelsay Salary and traveling expenses — 114 55 

305. Gilchrist, DeBruler & Wellman Attorney's fees 200 00 

306. Evansville Packing Co Beef, hams, pork, mutton and lard 1,239 19 

307. The Cook Grocery Co Prunes, sugar, etc 256 03 

308. Vickery Brothers Silicon, flour and lime 208 00 

309. The Cook- Grocery Co Butter, poultry, etc 47 26 

310. Ragon Brothers Sugar, brooms, rice 101 73 

311. Bement & Seitz Co Crackers, syrup, salt 106 52 

312. Swift & Co Bacon and butterine 235 89 

313. W. N. Akin & Sons Lard 84 06 

314. Ohio Valley Produce Co Eggs 16 20 

315. Armour & Co Eiggs and chickens 128 70 

316. Chas. W. Brizius & Co Meal 6 50 

317. Phoenix Flour Mill ;Flour 180 00 

318. John Hubbard & Co Rye 13 80 

319. Arrow Boiler Compound Co Boiler compound 149 24 

320. Evansville Oil Co Gasoline 25 00 

321. Mackey-Nisbet Co ^ Sheeting 5 09 

322. D. & H. Rosenbaum Drugs, etc 4 56 

323. Neat Richardson Drug Co Opium, pills, gauze 8 77 

324. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co Coal 437 52 

325. Ward & Boeke Milk 232 50 

326. Myer Bros. Coffee & Spice Co Coffee 88 00 

327. Steele- Wedeles Co Vinegar and soap 54 10 

328. Jarodski & Co Potatoes 65 00 

329. Chas. Leich & Co Alcohol, pills, etc 12 45 

330. Flurer Tobacco Co Tobacco 42 12 

331. Dr. C. B. Laughlin Traveling expenses 29 95 

332. Lee Rosenbaum Traveling expenses 32 34 

333. Joseph M. Hudspeth Expenses inspection trip 35 95 

334. Newton Kelsay Salary 75 00 

335. Lee Rosenbaum Salary and expenses 8129 

336. Joseph M. Hudspeth Salary and expenses 95 00 

337. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 2,835 28 

338. Dr. C. B. Laughlin Contingent expenses 323 30 

339. Williams & Hunt Sodium phosphate 23 65 

340. W. M. Aiken & Son Beef and hams 1,104 33 

341. Vickery Brothers Cornmeal, syrup and chickens. ... 570 16 

342. Armour ^ Co, . . , ,,,.,,,,.,,,., Eggs ...,.,.,... ......,,.,...,. 51 30 



38 



VOTICHEKS— Continued. 

2Vo. 'Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. - Amount. 

343. Bement & Seitz Co Eggs $17 10 

344. J. H. Conn Fish 26 25 

345. John G. Newman Co Onions and peas 1165 

346. H. F. Miller & Co Ticking and quilts 105 83 

347. The Beckman Co Blankets 173 55 

348. Smith Premier Typewriter Co Typewriter 50 00 

349. Steele-Wedeles Co. Vinegar and soap 65 70 

3.50. Wm. B. Burford Pencils, blotters, etc 43 20 

351. Fisher & Richardson Stabling and feeding horses 15 00 

352. Evansville S. & N. R. R Railway fares 25 05 

353. Smith & Butterfield Bibles and baskets 31 99 

354. , Evansville Gas & Electric Co Lump coke 10 08 

355. Louis Ichenhauser & Sons Sugars and jugs 7 40 

356. Chas. Leich & Co Ring, tartar, and alum 26 73 

357. D. «fe H. Rosenbaum Sodium, potash and plaster 27 50 

358. Edwin Goeke Oats 9 63 

359. Standard Oil Co Gasoline and turpentine 83 00 

360. H. G. Roetzel Coal Co... Coal 702 91 

361. Lahr-Bacon Co Mat 12 60 

362. Blackman & Lunkenheimer Queensware 35 00 

363. Ward & Boeke Milk 240 25 

364. W. W. Kimball Co Piano 160 00 

365. Fred Geiger & Sons Dressers 88 00 

366. Jarodski & Co Potatoes 83 00 

367. Mackey-Nisbet Co Dry goods 24 65 

368. EVansville Packing Co Fresh and salt meats 365 98 

369. Ragon Brothers Groceries 246 99 

370. DeVry Barber Supply Co Chairs and tools 92 00 

371. Cumberland Telephone Co Telephone service 60 30 

372. Carson, Pirie Scott & Co Blankets 27 00 

373. Meyer Bros. Coffee and S. Co Coffee 154 50 

374. Bitterman Brothers Clock 19 00 

375. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll :. 3,099 60 

376. The Cook Grocery Co ; Groceries and potatoes 284 96 

377. The Cook Grocery Co Groceries • 37 80 

378. Wm. E. French Co Carpets and rugs 386 83 

379. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 214 91 

380. Chas. G. Sefrit Typewriter 75 00 

•381. Mary T. Wilson Services 200 00 

Total -. $97,584 21 



REPAIRS. 



The following is a complete list of voucliers paid from the ap- 
propriation of repairs, the originals of which are on file at the 
office of the Auditor of State, duplicates being filed in this office. 

No. Name of Claimant. ' Nature of Claim. Amaunt. 

1. Evansville Matt. & Lounge Co Repairs to lounges $115 05 

2. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent expenses 8186 

3. Grote Mfg. Co .* Steam pump 79 73 

4. Western Iron & Supply Co Drills and fittings ' - 35 25 

5. E'. B. Oslage & Co Guttering and down spouts 520 65 

6. Wm. H. Schnute & Co Lumber 82 57 



39 



VOFCHEKS— Continued. 

2Vo. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. 

7. E. C. Johnson Linseed oil 

8. D. & H. Rosenbaum Varnisti 

9. James B. Clow & Sons Valves, hopper, etc 

10. American Steam Pump Co Repairs to pump 

11. Dr. W. A. Stoker Emergent expenses 

12. George L. Mesker & Co Iron works 

13. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent repairs expenses 

14. Henry Vogt Machine Co Pipe 

15. Babcoek & Wilcox Co Bolts, nuts and guards 

16. Wm. H. Schnute & Co Lumber 

17. Chas. Leich & Co White lead and putty 

18. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent -expenses 

19. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent I'epair expenses 

20. Crescent City Moss Ginnery Moss for lounge repairs 

21. Evansville Mattress & Lounge Co Material for lounge repairs 

22. Evansville Mattress & Lounge Co Material for lounge repairs 

23. L. Wolff Mfg. Co Engineer's supplies 

24. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent repairs expenses 

25. Chas. Leich & Co White lead and varnish 

26. James B. Clow & Sons Plumbing supplies 

27. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

28. The Babcoek «fe Wilcox Co .' Boiler tubes and bolts 

29. John Laval & Sons Painters' supplies 

30 Evansville Leather & Belting Co Hose couplings, rings, etc 

31. Heilman Machine Works Pipe, cap screws, etc 

32. D. & H. Rosenbaum White lead 

33. E'. C. Johnson Painters' supplies 

34. A. L. Swanson Plugs, wire, etc 

35. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

36. Joseph M. Hudspeth Painters' pay-roll 

37. Sehnute-Holtman Co Lumber 

38. Evansville Leather & Belting Co Cobbler's and engineer's supplies.. 

39. Grote Mfg. Co Pipe and fittings 

40. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

41. Joseph M. Hudspeth Carpenters' and painters' pay-roll. 

42. Evansville Leather & Belting Co Packing 

43. The V. D. Anderson Co Steam trap repairs 

44. Heilman Machine Works Steam fittings 

45. The V. D. Anderson Co Steam traps 

46. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

47. Joseph M. Hudspeth Carpenters' and painters' pay-roll 

48. Clifford Hardware Co Brads, bolts and screws 

49. Evansville Leather & Belting Co Belts, glasses and valves.. 

50. Crane-Hawley Co Flanges, bolts, couplings 

51. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

52. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

53. Schnute Holtman Co Lumber 

54. V. D. Anderson Co Steam traps 

55. Heilman Machine Works Valves and fittings 

56. Eichel Lime & Stdne Co Ci-ush stone 

57. Single Center Buggy Co Rubber tires 

58. Uhl Potter Co Y's, T's and pipe 

59. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

60. Grote Mfg. Co Valve and pipe fittings 

Total $4,000 00 



Amount. 


$70 96 


60 00 


54 00 


31 62 


120 34 


167 20 


64 14 


44 30 


40 00 


30 24 


79 29 


82 73 


76 81 


50 50 


11 02 


116 10 


17 08 


43 66 


75 00 


37 00 


14 32 


129 08 


121 78 


45 90 


33 15 


32 50 


33 11 


24 88 


27 45 


52 71 


30 14 


21 09 


34 85 


23 45 


139 49 


5 50 


19 25 


61 90 


12 66 


37 71 


142 00 


2 48 


32 71 


34 38 


33 17 


142 00 


14 63 


51 45 


10 80 


100 08 


20 00 


23 35 


56 90 


248 13 



40 

VOUCHEES— Continiied. 
CLOTHING. 



The following is a complete list of vouchers paid from the 
appropriation for clothing, the originals of which are on file at 
the office of the Auditor of State, duplicates being filed in this 
office. 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. 

1. Mackey-Nisbet Co Dry goods and buttons 

2. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent expenses 

3. Prass & Schultz Co Women's shoes 

■4. Mackey-Nisbet Co Dress goods and buttons 

5. Mackey-Nisbet Co Hosiery and underwear 

6. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent clotliing expenses. 

7. Mackey-Nisbet Co Overalls, thread, etc 

8. Strouse & Brothers Mens' shoes 

9. Carson, Pirie Scott & Co Cheviot 

10. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent expenses 

11. Lahr Bacon Co Shirts 

12. Hinkle Shoe Co Women's shoes 

13. Strouse & Brothers Men's slippers 

14. Lahr Bacon Co Gingham, tape, etc 

15. Mackey-Nisbet Co Men's hosiery 

16. Mackey-Nisbet Co ....Dress goods 

17. Strouse Brothers Slippers 

18. Dr. W. A. Stoker Contingent clothing 

19. Mackey-Nisbet Co Calico, hosiery, etc 

20. I. Cans Hats, trousers 

21. Carson, Pirie Scott «& Co ,... Hosiery, cheviots, etc 

22. Strouse Brothers Men's coats 

23. The Lahr-Bacon Co Cheviot 

24. Strouse Brothers Men's clothing 

?,5. Mackey-Nisbet Co Cheviots 

26. S. G. Evans & Co Women's hosiery 

27. Mackey-Nisbet Co Cheviots 

28. Harry Joseph & Son Men's hats 

29. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Safety pins 

30. Strouse & Brothers Men's suits 

31. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

32. Strouse & Brothers Jackets, aprons, overalls 

33. H. F. Miller & Co Thimbles, needles, thread 

34. Mackey-Nisbet Co Flannels and thread 

35. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

36. Steinhauer & Co Men's slippers 

37. Wood Brothers Shoes 

38. G. D. Kohn & Co... Suits 

39. I. Gans & Co Men's suits 

40. Mackey-Nisbet Co Plaid, buttons, needles 

41. Harry Joseph & Sons Men's suits 

42. H. F. Miller & Co Hose and thread 



Amount. 


$49 90 


15 88 


55 20 


23 46 


79 18 


10 80 


100 36 


83 95 


24 98 


2 75 


21 88 


82 80 


36 90 


9 11 


22 78 


32 55 


9 00 


9 00 


112 65 


85 12 


62 32 


58 50 


43 92 


104 69 


40 59 


■2 00 


21 92 


7 50 


6 24 


17 00 


4 50 


46 18 


7 55 


228 84 


2 00 


56 80 


128 70 


315 00 


270 00 


33 39 


165 00 


47 83 



Total $2,538 72 



41 

VOUCHERS— Continued. 
PAINTING. 



The followingis a complete list of vouchers paid from the ap- 
propriation for painting, the originals of which are on file at the 
ofiice of the Auditor of State, duplicates being filed in this ofiice: 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount.^ 

1. E'. C. Johnson Paints $3 SO 

2. D. & H. Rosenbaum Paints 68 08 

3. D. & H. Rosenbaum White lead and varnish 124 50 

4. D. & H. Rosenbaum White lead 61 24 

5. D. & H. Rosenbaum Paints 159 36 

6. E. C. Johnson Japan glue and glass 23 30 



Total $440 28 



SUMMARY. 

Maintenance vouchers paid and filed $97,584 21 

Repairs vouchers paid and filed 4,000 00 

Clothing vouchers paid and filed 2,538 72 

Painting vouchers paid and filed 440 28 

$104,563 21 

The total amount expended, $104,563.21, distributes to the 
following accounts: 

Acetanelid $0 61 

Acid, acetic 33 31 

Acid, boric 7 44 

Acid, carbolic 2 15 

Acid, oxalic 99 93 

Acid, sulphuric 80 

Acid, tartaric 54 90 

Advertising 110 75 

Alcohol 44 37 

Almonds 1 20 

Ammonia 40 70 

Alum, acetate 25 

Alum, filter , 82 50 

Amusements 19 75 

Antiphlogistine 6 87 

Apples 43 28 

Apple butter 55 12 

Apples, dried 185 42 

Aprons • • 10 62 



42 

Arnica $1 60 

Asbestos 88 

Asparagus 16 95 

Asphaltum i 19 50 

Attendants 14,899 95 

Attorneys' fees 200 00 

Awls 70 

Awnings 11 'Z5 

Axes 65 

Axle grease 1 20 

Bacon 898 48 

Baking powder 37 67 

Baking soda 7 68 

Balls, steel 50 

Bananas 29 80 

Bandages 4 38 

Bands, for horses 30 

Bands, lov hose 20 

Barber chairs 94 50 

Barley 1 03 

Base ball supplies 10 75 

Basin cocks 16 45 

Basins, tin 2 40 

Baskets, clothes 2 40 

Baskets, waste 2 70 

Beans 683 19 

Beans, canned 4 50 

Beans, seed 3 00 

Beef 11,930 49 

Beef extract 9 10 

Beef, rattles '. 948 76 

Beer 1 20 

Belting 55 78 

Belt fasteners 4 15 

Belts and pins 77 

Belt for sewing machine. 1 20 

Benzoin 35 

Bibbs, compression 28 23 

Bibles 16 45 

Bismuth 17 25 

Bitts, drill 1 05 

Blank books 5 85 

Blank forms 101 39 

Blankets 200 55 

Blotters 5 25 

Blueing 21 00 

Boiler, compound 763 37 

Bolts 78 86 

Books, cook 1 50 

Books, picture 1 13 

Books, text 7 20 



43 

TBorax $2 13 

Bowls, sugar 3 20 

Braces 1 75 

Brackets, brass 2 50 

Brains .^ 60 

Bran '. 1 85 

Brass rods 1 90 

Bread 126 75 

Brocatelle 2 00 

Bromide, ammonia 21 45 

Bromide, potash 21 95 

Bromide, soda 25 05 

Brooms 134 45 

Brooms, stable 70 

Brooms, whisk 11 00 

Brown's mixture , 2 60 

Brushes, bakers' 2 00 

Brushes, barbers' 1 15 

Brushes, carriage 2 00 

Brushes, dynamo 15 36 

Brushes, hair 6 75 

Brushes, paint 45 76 

Brushes, scrub 27 00 

Brushes, tooth 3 00 

Brushes, whitewash 10 00 

Buckets 54 03 

Buggies 100 00 

Bulbs, flower 17 50 

Bushings 3 26 

Butchers' blades 1 25 

Butter 135 90 

Butterine 2,779 41 

Buttons 35 70 

Buttons, collar 3 00 

Butts 1 80 

Cabbage 84 51 

Cafliene, citrate 60 

Cakes 1 15 

Cake turners 1 50 

Calico 97 28 

Camphor gum 1 63 

Camphor, mono-bromate 28 

Camphor, phenique 27 09 

Candles 3 60 

Candy 14 33 

Cans, fruit 5 24 

Cans, milk 1 50 

Cans, oil 4 75 

Can openers 20 

Cans, syrup 10 50 

Canton flannel 74 33 

Caps, men's 5 50 



44 - • 

Capsules $0 50 

Carbons for arc lights 8 60 

Carbon paper 45 

Carboys 1 50 

Cardamon compound OO 

Carpenters and painters 1,534 07 

Carpets 33 30 

Carpet binding 1 00 

Carving sets 1 50 

Cart, hand 8 00 

Casters 3 75 

Catheters ' 50 

Catsup 2 25 

Cedar 3 50 

Ceiling 14 63 

Celery 12 80 

Cement 25 00 

Cero f ruto 7 40 

Cesspools 5 15 

Chairs 38 00 

Chamber set 6 00 

Chamois skin 1 55 

Checker boards 1 35 

Cheese ! 156 78 

Cheese cloth 18 79 

Cherries 85 

Cheviots 207 10 

Chickens 841 92 

Chimney tops 13 50 

Chisels 80 

Christmas trees 14 00 

Chloroform 1 02 

Chocolate 16 56 

Choir, transportation 14 60 

Cider 75 

Cinnamon 25 

Citron 1 50 

Cleavers 1 00 

Clippers, barbers' 3 00 

Clippers, sharpening 6 60 

Clocks 28 00 

Clocks, repaired 1 75 

Closets 9 00 

Coal ; . 6,915 49 

Coal hods 3 00 

Coats, men's 72 50 

Coffee 1,964 17 

Coffee pots .- 44 30 

Coke 147 83 

Cold storage plant 5 75 

Collodion " 65 



45 

Combination, changing $1 50 

Combs 14 05 

Copperas .' 1 50 

Cord, drop 11 87 

Corn, canned 1 20 

Corn, green 60 

Cornmeal 83 00 

Cornstarch 2 80 

Corn for stock .- . 181 36 

Costumes, rent of 3 00 

Cotton, absorbent 2 65 

Cotton batting 11 10 

Cotton, darning 6 60 

Couplings 11 14 

Crackers 310 42 

Cracked wheat 30 30 

Cranberries 15 10 

Cream pitchers 2 25 

Cream of tartar 8 44 

Crocks 3 15 

Crocus cloth 60 

Cruets for mustard 38 

Cucumbers 5 35 

Cultivators 7 00 

Cups, force 3 90 

Cups and saucers 39 62 

Cups, tin 65 

Curry combs 50 

Currants 2 50 

Curtains, lace 11 00 

Curtains, net 38 48 

Curtain rods 20 

Cuspidors 20 75 

Cylinder for locks 29 55 

Diamond dyes 3 75 

Digitalis 45 

Dimities for dresses 11 05 

Diplomas 2 75 

Dippers, tin 3 35 

Directories , 5 00 

Discs for milk bottles 14 25 

Dishes, butter 5 76 

Dishes, vegetable 6 50 

Disinfecting fluid 70 60 

Dolls and doll trunk 3 50 

Doors 2 28 

Door drapery 2 44 

Door hangers 14 05 

Drawers, men's 58 96 

Dresses 50 00 



46 



Dress goods' wool 

DrUls 

Ducks - 

Duck for dresses 

Duck for lounges 

Dusty miller seed 

Eggs 

Egg beaters 

Elixir iron, quinine, strychnine 

Ells 

Emery 

Emiployes and domestics 13, 

Entertainments in town 

Entertainments, transportation 

Envelopes 

Envelopes, medicine 

Escaped patients 

Eserina, sulphate 

Ether 

Expressage 

Fans 

Fencing 

Fertilizer 

Ferrules 

Figs 

Files 

Fish 

Finger bowls • 

Fireworks 

Fittings, Engineers' 

Flag bunting 

Flanges, cast iron 

Flanges, steel 

Flannel, skirting 

Floss, cotton 

Flour 3 

Flour, buckwheat 

Flour, graham 

Flour, rye 

Flower pots 

Forceps, dental 

Freight 

Fruit coloring 

Fruit dishes 

Fuller balls 

Funnels _. 

Fuses 

Gaskets • 

Gasoline 

Gauge glasses 

. Gauges, water 



$1 65 

4 47 

13 59 

18 90 

156 85 

30 

978 83 

35 

9 50 
3 75 
2 95 

,065 67 
33 25 
54 80 

27 70 
1 00 
1 00 
1 10 
1 20 

50 08 

1 62 
12 00 
12 50 

80 

2 00 
8 91 

131 82 

3 00 
50 00 
25 35 

5 44 

28 64 

1 00 
74 06 

33 

,389 98 

3 25 

30 

3 10 

8 00 

10 00 

132 57 
40 

2 50 

1 50 
25 

3 60 
20 07 

181 50 

2 70 
10 00 



47 

Ganze, slerilized $7 94 

Gelatme ^-^ -"j 

Gimp ^ ^^ 

Ginger ^* 

Gingliam ^ ^0 

Glasses, looliing '^^ t^ 

Glass, window 36 73 

Gloves, men's 1^ ^^ 



Glue 



Graters 
Grease 



Harrow frame 



Heel shaves 
Hinges .... 



36 



Glycerliiza compound ^ 25 

Graduates •■ ^^ 

Granite ware ^ ^'^ 

Grapes •- ^ ^^ 

Graphite ^ ^^ 



10 
1 00 



Grindstones ^ ^^ 

Grommets ^ '^^ 

Hairpins • ^ '^ 

Halters ^ ^^ 

Hams 1.08J8' 

Ham, potted '' ^^ 

Hand bells 3 30 

Handkerchiefs '^ ^^ 

Handles for tools 



5 00 



Hats for men 13 88 

Hats for women 10 1^ 

Hay 127 81 

Hay forks • •• ^ ^^ 

Hay frame 12 50 



65 

7 90 
70 



Hoes 

Holly wreaths • ^ ^^ 

Hominy flakes • • .- 94 02 

Hooks, coat and hat • 1 — ^ 

Hooks, shave ^[ 

Hoppers ^1 2-> 

Horseshoeing 73 80 

Hose, fire and garden 98 00 

Hose, repairs ^ ^^ 

Hose spanners 1 ^" 

Hose, steam H "^ 

Hosiery for men ^^ ' '^ 

Hospital orchestra 56 50 

Hospital ring 1 ^^ 

Hot water bottles 1 ^^ 

Hyacinths ^ ^^ 

Hyacinths, Roman 3 25 

Hyoscine, sulphate 23 58 



48 



Hypodermic needles . 
Hypodermic tablets . 

Ice cream 

Ink 

Ink, indelible 

Ink, shoemakers . . . . 

Iodine 

Iron, rod 

Iron, sheet 

Irons, soldering . . . . 

Japan 

Jardiniers 

Jeans 

Jelly 

Journals, medical . . . 

Kettles, soup 

Kettles, tea 

Keys 

Key sockets 

Knives, bread 

Knives, mincing . . . . 

Knives, oyster 

Knives, putty 

Knives, shoe 

Knives, table 

Kraut . 

Ladders 

Ladles 

Lamb 

Lamps, incandescent 

Lamp shades 

Lanterns, Japanese . . 

Lantern slides 

Lap robes 

Lard 

Latches 

Lavpn mowers 

Lavrns, for dresses . 

Lead pencils 

Leather, patching . . 

Leather, sole 

Leather, valve 

Lemons 

Lemon extract .... 

Lemon peel 

Lemon squeezer . . . 

Letterheads 

Lime 

Linen, embroidery . 

Linen, squares 

Linen, table 



$1 


60 


2 


98 


1 


50 


12 


10 


24 00 




15 


1 


80 


169 


40 


10 


00 


2 


30 




80 


7 


50 


24 49 


1 


38 


6 


50 


2 


21 




90 




75 


7 


68 


2 


25 




25 




50 




40 


2 


45 


10 


50 


53 


75 


.8 


14 


1 


10 


11 


28 


97 


45 


2 


84 


2 


35 


1 


50 


10 


00 


616 98 


40 


90 


72 


50 


6 


01 


4 


50 




50 


29 


71 




50 


47 25 


7 


50 




15 




40 


32 


70 


87 50 


3 


84 


- 3 


90 


471 


42 



• 49 



Liniments $14 75 

Livery hire .' 11 50 

Loanage on disties 50 

Loclis 33 10 

London purple 3 00 

Lumber 208 53 

Lye 50 00 

Macaroni 107 41 

Mace 55 

Maintenance pay roll, printing 5 30 

Masks 50 

Manure forks i 1 00 

Matches ." 10 00 

Meals in town account Hospital 75 

Meat cutters 1 50 

Metal bearings 4 00 

Metal polish 22 80 

Milk . 2,802 25 

Mincemeat 90 48 

Mop handles 8 30 

Moss 79 18 

Moth balls 1 00 

Mucilage 5 58 

Music boxes, repaired 31 00 

Music, sheet 9 49 

Mushrooms 7 75 

Muslins 229 48 

Mustard 15 81 

Mutton 518 33 

Nail-sets 10 

Nails, iron 2 85 

Nails, shoes 40 

Nails, wire 17 

Napkins t 114 75 

Napkins, paper 45 

Needles 6 81 

Needles, harness 1 00 

Needles, machine 1 25 

Needles, mattresses 10 

Newspapers 19 30 

Nipples 1 85 

Nitre, sweet spirits 70 

Notary commission 4 00 

Notary public service 1 00 

Nozzles, hose 70 

Nutmeg 2 20 

Oats 175 05 

Officers 8,447 14 

Oil, castor 9 28 

Oilcloth, table 96 24 

4 — Southern Insane. 



. 50 

Oil of cloves $2 47 

Oil, coal 4 75 

Oil, cooking 674 42 

Oil, cylinder 148 33 

Oilcups 7 50 

Oil, engine 96 18 

Oil, linseed 97 72 

Oil, machine 55 

Oil, neatsf oot 95 

Oil, olive 2 25 

Oil, sweet almond 24 

Oilers 50 

Okra 3 93 

Olives 25 70 

Onions 62 22 

Onion-sets 8 88 

Opium 4 62 

Oranges 30 40 

Orange peel 15 

Orchestra employed 42 20 

Overalls 36 88 

Oysters 42 93 

Oysterbovpls 9 36 

Packing 82 83 

Packing-tools 2 03 

Paints 72 53 

Pans, baker's 3 00 

Pans, bed 65 

Pans, dish 2 00 

Pans, drip 15 35 

Pans, drip for coolers 6 30 

Pans, dust 12 21 

Pans, food 51 30 

Pans, pudding # 1 25 

Paper, bags 2 05 

Paper, blue print 2 10 

Paper, carbon 4 35 

Paper, covers 1 00 

Paper, drawing 2 99 

Paper fasteners 25 

Paper, sand 2 75 

Paper, tissue 8 49 

Paper, toilet 18 00 

Paper, typewriter , . . . 11 25 

Paper, wall 6 SO 

Pantesote " 76 50 

Paraffine 57 15 

Paregoric 90 

Parsley 70 

Peaches 7 25 

Peaches, dried 238 11 



51 

Peaches, canned ■ $158 53 

Peanuts ; 

Peas, canned 

Peas, green 

Pecans 

Pens 

Pens, glass 

Pepper 

Pepper, red 

Pepper, mangoes *; 

Peroxide liydi'ogen 

Phosphate, sodium 

Piano 

Piano tuning 

Pickles 

Pictures 

Picture packing , 

Picture wire 

Pillow cases 

Pills 

Pineapple, canned 

Pineapple, fresh 

Pins, safety 

Pins, toilet 

Pipe covering 

Pipe, iron 

Pipe, lead 

Pipe, reamers 

Pipe, sewer 

Pipe, stove 

Pipes and stems 

Plants, asparagus 

Plants, carnation 

Plants, egg ; 

Plants, pansy 

Plants, rose 

Plasters 

Plaster paris ' 

Plastering 

Plates ■. 

Plumbers plungers 

Popcorn 

Pork 

Portieres 

Postage stamps 

Postal cards 

Postum cero 

Potash, acetate 

Potash, chloride 

Potash, permanganate 15 

Potatoes 1,340 31 



38 


10 


24 


35 


2 


65 


1 


25 


4 


48 


1 


25 


48 48 




10 




30 


1 


20 


156 


77 


160 00 


3 00 


7 


33 


10 


09 


2 


50 




45 


8 64 


14 


77 


31 


83 


1 


50 


7 29 


3 


00 


2 


16 


354 


54 


2 


60 


7 


01 


46 


78 


3 


00 


7 


50 


24 


25 


6 


00 




20 


25 


00 


8 00 


15 


09 


2 


75 


24 


50 


40 


29 


1 


50 


1 


75 


947 


85 


15 00 


212 00 


10 


71 


2 


05 




40 




80 



52 



Potato, seed 

Potatoes, sweet, seed 

Pot lids 

Powder boxes 

Powders, dovers 

Powders, seidlitz 

Prescriptions 

Preserves _. 

Programs 

Prunes 

Pulleys 

Pumpkins, canned 

Putty 

Pump, steam 

Punch. 

Quilts 

Quinine 

Radishes 

Raisins 

Rakes 

Range castings 

Rasps 

Raspberries 

Razors 

Rental postoffice box 

Rent, stereopticon slides . . . 

Repairs, armature 

Repairs, boiler walls 

Repairs, copper kettles 

Repairs, down spouts 

Repairs, elevator 

Repairs, engines 

Repairs, harness 

Repairs, laundry machinery 

Repairs, lawn mowers 

Repairs, mail bag 

Repairs, plow points 

Repairs, pumps 

Repairs, sewing machine. . . 

Repairs, vehicles 

Reports, biennial 

Restraining mittens 

Ribbons 

Ribbon, typewriter 

Rice 

Rice boilers 

Riddles 

Rings, expansions 

Rings, tranverse 

Rivets 

Rolled oats 



$67 


06 


2 


50 




50 


5 40 


1 


60 




80 




35 


1 


90 


19 


00 


276 


79 


1 


00 


2 40 


6 


50 


94 26 




25 


42 


70 


17 


70 




15 


3 


55 


6 18 


3 


71 




81 


2 00 


9 


50 


4 


00 


6 


85 


2 


50 


14 


50 


16 85 


504 


15 


2 


50 


17 


25 


6 85 


4 


50 


1 


50 




15 


3 


05 


43 


31 


2 


50 


25 95 


121 


92 


16 00 


55 


81 


4 


75 


400 65 


1 


25 




27 


3 


60 


1 


56 




25 


107 90 



63 

Rope $26 36 

Rosin 

Rubber bands 

Rubber boots 

Rubber buckets 

Rubber matting 

Rubber pads for horses 

Rubber rulers 

Rubber sheets 

Rubber stamps 

Rubber tires 

Rugs 

Rye 

Sacks, coffee 

Sacks, cotton 

Salad dish 

Salol 

Salmon, canned 

Salt 

Salts, rochelle 

Salt sacks 

Salt shakers 

Salsoda 

Sandstones 

Sapolio 

Sardines 

Sash centers 

Sashcord 

Sausage 

Saw blades 

Saws, hack 

Saws, scroll 

Scale inspection and repairs 

Scrim 

Scissors, buttonhole 

Scourine 

Screws 

Sealing wax 

Seed, flax 

Seed, flower 

Seed, garden 

Seed, grass 

Seed, mustard 

Shadecloth and rollers 

Shafts, repaired 

Shears 

Sheeting 

Sheets 

Shirts, men's 

Shoe blacking 

Shoe cement 





55 


6 


65 


2 


75 




50 


40 


74 


1 


25 


1 


00 


56 


80 


3 


55 


20 


00 


413 


58 


13 


80 


8 46 


2 


25 


2 


50 




54 


9 00 


61 


64 


3 


60 


40 


00 


1 


25 


16 


79 




20 


8 


75 


1 


38 


1 


50 


4 


50 


593 


69 


4 


65 




98 


2 


00 


7 00 


5 


75 




50 


174 


80 


14 04 


2 


08 




40 


23 


02 


45 


34 


24 40 




30 


49 


60 


3 


65 


5 40 


321 


41 


16 


50 


21 


88 


20 


28 




35 



54 



:Shoe laces 

iShoes, men's .' 

Shoes, mule's 

Shoes, women's 

Shovels, coal 

Shovels, fire 

Shrimps 

Shuttles for sewing machines. 

Silicon 

Sleeves 

Slide carriers . . . r. 

Slippers 

Soap, bar cleaning 

Soap, castile 

Soap, chipped 

Soap, harness 

Soap, shaving 

Soda carbonate •: 

Solder 

Spectacles 

Spinach •. 

Sponges 

Spool cotton 

Spouting 

Sprinkling cans 

Springs for lounges 

Stabling horses in town 

Stamp pad 

Staples 

Starch 

Steel 

Steel squares 

Strainers, coffee 

Strainers, soup 

Stockings, women's 

Stone dressing 

Stone screenings 

Stop cocks 

Stove castings 

Stove lining 

Stoves 

Stove polish 

Straps, hitch 

Straps, razor 

Straw 

Strawberries 

Strings, cello 

Strings, violin 

Sugar, brown 

Sugar, cube 



$13 50 


180 55 


IS 00 


235 50 


13 80 


2 63 


63 


2 00 


27 90 


1 25 


1 08 


102 70 


6 93 


60 


703 82 


1 75 


16 20 


7 00 


7 07 


4 25 


1 00 


3 65 


132 34 


2 25 


60 


24 60 


35 00 


40 


1 00 


99 25 


2 20 


1 50 


15 


55 


62 58 


2 50' 


268 84 


12 95 


1 44 


9 88 


3 65 


2 10 


3 25 


1 75 


5 00 


48 45 


70 


2 15 


1 30 


11 63 



55 

Sugar, granulated $1,601 13 

Sugar, powdered 10 57 

Suits, men's 772 00 

Sulfonal 75 85 

Suspenders 8 37 

Sweat pads 50 

Syringe, fountain 1 75 

Syringe, hj-podermic ■ • 3 75 

Syringe, rectal 1 OQ 

Syrup, drip 548 84 

Syrup, maple 42 91 

Table covers 5 25 

Tablets, neuralgia 80 

Tablets, soratcb 28 80 

Table sauces 1 60 

Tacks 8 13 

Tags 7 36 

Tape, electrician's 20 

Tape, marking 11 22 

Tapioca 1 00 

Tea 146 57 

Tees and ells 17 83 

Telegrams 23 70 

Telephone rental 120 00 

Telephone tolls 43 95 

Thermometers 1 50 

Thermometers, fever 2 25 

Thread, shoe 35 

Thimbles • 2 31 

Ticking 286 59 

Tin, sheet 3 00 

Tin, valley 2 24 

Tobacco 150 84 

Tobacco, stems 1 00 

Toilet sets 11 75 

Tomatoes, canned 29 95 

Tomatoes, fresh 8 85 

Tool rests 18 30 

Toothpicks 5 90 

Toweling, crash 296 64 

Towels 32 55 

Traps 92 64 

Traps, mole 3 00 

Traps, rat 1 20 

Traveling -expenses 392 01 

Trays 1 75 

Tree pruner 60 

Trustees 900 00 

Trousers, men's 86 50 

Trowels, garden 45 

Tubs 9 50 



56 

Tubes for boilers $124 08 

Tubes, brass 1 20 

Tubing, rubber 15 

Tufts 2 75 

Tulips 4 40 

Tumblers 13 76 

Turkeys 152 39 

Turpentine 467 90 

Twine, druggist's 1 95 

Twine, flax 2 30 

Twine, hemp 8 05 

Twine, shoemaker's 1 00 

Typewriters 125 00 

Unions 4 62 

Vaccine points 3 75 

Valves Ill 80 

Valve stems 5 40 

Vanilla extract 15 30 

Varnish '. 185 80 

Viburnum compound 1 55 

Vinegar 55 68 

Violin, bow and bridge 80 

Wagonette rental 24 00 

Walnuts, English 20 

Washboards 2 25 

Washers 3 10 

Watercocks 5 42 

Watermelons 6 07 

Wax, shoe 05 

Weights for scales ; 30 

Wheelbarrows 24 00 

Wheels, counter link 30 

Whips 3 80 

Whisky 33 59 

Whistles , 6 00 

White lead 692 75 

Window sashes 2 00 

Window shades 5 40 

Wine 6 80 

Wire 8 30 

Wire fuse 1 00 

Wire netting 9 24 

Wire, spool for flowers 84 

Wood, cord 15 00 

Wrenches 10 85 

Yeast 132 08 

Zinc, sheet 4 00 

$104,769 34 
Discounts, cartage, retainers and goods returned and ex- 
changed 206 13 

Total $104,563 21 



57 

DISTRIBUTION TO MAINTENANCE. T 

Salaries and Wages- 
Medical officers $4,957 14 

Administration 2,930 00 

Trustees 900 00 

Chaplain 240 00 

Record clerk and stenographer 540 00 

Attendants 14,768 IS 

Carpenters and painters 1,057 87 

Matron and help 933 09 

Culinary department 2,649 57 

Sewing rooms and marliing room 634 26 

Laundry 1,489 18 

Farm 915 60 • 

Florist and lawn man 803 72 

Power and sewer station 4,098 63 

Stable 280 42 

Usher, night watches, messenger and porter 1,122 97 

Fresh meats 14,100 49 

Salt meats and lard 4,057 23 

Fish (fresh and cured), oysters, etc 176 76 

Butter, eggs and poultry 4,864 33 

Vegetables 2,204 24 

Dried fruits 736 25 

Fresh fruits 219 18 

Canned goods 448 *89 

Breadstuff s, cereals, beans, etc 4,943 09 

"Vinegar and syrup 647 43 

Tea, coffee and sugar 3,714 47 

Milk 2,802 25 

Other food supplies '. 431 32 

Library, newspapers and periodicals. 32 30 

Stationery and printing 669 48 

Furniture, fixtures and bedding 3,723 92 

Laundry supplies, soap and other cleansers 2,226 22 

Medicines, instruments and other sick ward supplies 578 66 

Postage, telegraph, telephone, etc 414 90 

Freight and transportation 554 78 

Stable, farm, garden, provender, etc 1,252 83 

Tobacco 155 34 

Music and amusements 488 12 

Fuel and light 7,080 11 

Engineers' supplies 1,388 99 

Other classifications 1,352 00 

Total $97,584 21 

DISTRIBUTION TO REPAIRS. 

Material $3,523 80 

Labor 476 20 

Total $4,000 00 



58 

DISTRIBUTION TO CLOTHING. 

Men's suits, dress goods, underwear $1,777 i-i 

Shoes 521 50 

Sewing room supplies 239 78 

Total $2,538 72 

By act of the General Assembly of 1901 the maintenance of 

this Hospital was placed at $86,200, with $160 per capita per 

annum for each person present over an average of 546. The aver- 
age daily attendance by months was as follows: . 

1902. 

November 613 . 16 

December 619 .00 

1903. 

January 621.00 

February 616.00 

March 616.70 

April ' 616.80 

May 614.00 

June 615.83 

July 614.00 

August 615.25 

September 622.76 

October 623.00 

Total 7,407.50 

Present on monthly average of .546 6,552.00 

Total present over an average of 546 855.50 

Fixed appropriation $86,200 00 

Derived from sliding appropriation 11,434 87 

Total maintenance available for the year $97,634 87 

EXPENDITURES BY MONTHS. 
1902. 

November $8,109 60 

December 9,499 59 

1903. ' 

January 8,856 75 

February 8,704 45 

March 8,771 23 

April 7,448 76 

May 7,280 09 

June 8,073 17 



59 

July $6,804 11 

August 7,689 74 

Si^y tember 7,279 99 

October 9,066 73 

Total expenditures $97,584 21 



Total appropriations $97,634 87 

Total expenditures 97,584 21 

Balance maintenance returned to State Treasurer $50' 66 

KEPAIES. « 



By act of General Assembly of 1901 the appropriation for 

repairs was placed at $4,000. This was expended by months as 

follows :■ 

1902. 

November $311 89 

December 940 14 

1903. 

January 345 88 

February 162 02 

March 138 33 

April 176 84 

May 126 32 

June • 500 56 

July . . . .' 249 02 

August 281 40 

September 242 26 

October 525 34 

$4,000 00 

CLOTHING FUND. 



This appropriation was placed by the General Assembly of 1901 
at $2,800. Expenditures were made as follows: 

1902. 

November $65 78 

December 78 66 

1903. ^ 

January 89 98 

February ■ 233 92 

March 128 81 



60 

April $73 33 

May : 362 51 

June 147 28 

July 57 16 

August 341 37 

September 959 92 

Total expenditures $2,538 72 

Returned to State Treasurer 261 28 

Total $2,800 00 

PAINTING FUND. 



The specific appropriation for painting the buildings of the 
Hospital was placed by the General Assembly of 1903 at $1,000. 
Expenditures were made as follows: 

1903. 

July $71 88 

August 124 50 

September 61 24 

October 182 66 

$440 28 
Unexpended '_ 559 72 

$1,000 00 

EAENINGS. 



Sale of rags, bones and old iron $39 65 

Turned over to State Treasurer $39 65 



Total $39 65 $39 65 

APPEOPEIATIONS, 1902-1903. 



RECEIPTS. 

Maintenance, fixed $86,200 00 

Maintenance, sliding 11,434 87 

Total $97,634 87 

Repairs 4,000 00 

Clothing 2,800 00 

Painting 1,000 00 



61 

Earnings $39 15 

Farm products 5,764 62 

Total $111,238 64 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Maintenance $97,584 21 

Balance returned 50 66 

Total $97,634 87 

Repairs 4,000 00 

Clothing 2,538 72 

Balance returned 261 28 

Painting 440 28 

Unexpended 559 72 

To State Treasurer 39 15 

To departments 5,632 62 

Farm products on hand 132 00 

Total $111,238 64 

POPULATION AND PER CAPITAS. 



1902-1903. 

Average number patients daily 617.29 

Gross per capita $169.39 

Per capita, excludings repairs 162 . 92 

Per capita, excluding clothing 158.79 

Per capita for . clothing 4.11 

Per capita for repairs 6.4799 

Per capita for food 63.739 

Per capita for fuel, laundry and other outside deparaments. . 32.2662 

Per capita for salaries and wages 62.078 

Per capita for food each day .1746 

PRICES PAID. 



1902-1903. 



Flour, per barrel $3 41 

Fresh beef, per cwt 6 96% 

Ham, per pound 13 

Potatoes, per bushel 54% 

Butter, per cwt 9 92 

Milk, per gallon 12% 

Tea, per pound 25% 

Coffee 13% 

Sugar, per cwt 4 84 

Eggs, per dozen 16 

Beans, per bushel 2 42 



63 



FAKM AI^D GARDEK 1902-1903. 



CHARGES. 

Stock and property October 31, 1903 $883 03 

Hogs 1,068 90 

Tools 29 05 

Seeds and plants 145 78 

Fertilizer 12 50 

Blacksmithing " 18 00 

Feed 51 00 

Wages 915 60 

Total $3,123 86 

Garbage 525 00 

Total $3,648 86 

PRODUCTS. 

Apples, 911/2 bushels $47 25 

Asparagus, 33 dozen 3 30 

Beans, green, 343% bushels 225 90 

Beans, dry, 30 bushels 60 00 

Beets, 118 bushels 96 40 

Blackberries, 199 gallons 39 80 

Cabbage, 11,057 heads 552 85 

Canteloupes, 1,883 Ill 28 

Carrots, 18 bushels 14 40 

Cider, 98 gallons 19 60 

Corn, 4,574 dozen 467 00 

Corn, 400 bushels 140 00 

Cucumbers, 2% bushels 2 75 

Grapes, 1,922 pounds 57 66 

Hay, 22y2 tons 270 00 

Kale, 526 bushels 168 30 

Lettuce, 3,293 pounds 352 35 

Onions, 14,808 dozen 740 40 

Parsnips, 128 bushels 64 00 

Peas, 3014 bushels 15 13 

Peppers, 9% bushels 9 50 

Potatoes, Irish, 631% bushels 488 10 

Potatoes, sweet, 136 bushels 82 00 

Pumpkins, 781 39 05 

Radishes, 4,389 dozen 219 45 

Rhubarb, 5,812 dozen 581 20 

Tobacco, 1,200 pounds 72 00 

Tomatoes, 816% bushels 516 20 

Turnips, 195% bushels 59 75 

Total $5,515 62 



63 

In addition to credit due the farm and garden for products, it 
has credits as follows: 

Stock and property • $883 03 

Hogs 667 98 

Products 5,515 62 



Total $7,066 63 

Deduct charges 3,648 86 



Total $3,417 77 



64 

VOUCHEES. 



The following is a complete list of the vouchers approved by the 
Board of Trustees for the fiscal year ending October 31, 1904, 
the originals of which, properly signed and sealed, may be found 
in the office of the Auditor of State, duplicates thereof being on 
file in the office of the Hospital, together with the original invoices 
of the claims: 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

1. W. M. Akin & Son Beef $1,018 32 

2. The Bvansville Packing Co Bacon, liams and lard 

3. Swift and Company Pork and butterine 

4. Armour and Company Eggs and cliickens 

5. Steele-Wedeles & Co Vinegar 

6. Ward & Bqeke Milk 

7. Ragon Brottiers Sugar, brooms, hominy 

8. Vickery Brothers Molasses, cabbage, turkey 

9. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 

10. Chas. W. Brizius & Co Flour and meal 

11. Phoenix Flour Mill Flour 

12. Lewis Seitz Grocery Co Starch 

13. Reid Murdock & Co EiVaporated apples 

14. B. Godel & Sons Hams 

15. Sprague Warner & Co Peaches 

16. Williams & Hunt Caustic soda 

17. Carson Pirie Scott & Co Damask 

18. Standard Oil Co Turpentine, parafflne, etc 

19. Cook Grocery Co Tartaric acid, etc 

20. D. & H. Rosenbaum Drugs 

21. Fluhrer Tobacco Co Tobacco 

22. Mackey-Nisbet Co Ticking, sheeting, blankets 

23. Wm. B. French Co .Cloth, fixtures, draperies 

24. Fred Geiger & Sons Hook and wagonette 

25. Chas. Leich & Co Glue, sponges, cards 

26. Louis Ichenhauser & Sons Granite Jugs 

27. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Silicon, polish and cranberries... 

28. Roetzel-Roetzel Coal Co '....Coal 

29. Evansville Gas & Electric Light Co.. Coke 

30. Bennett, Hutchinson & Co Insurance 

31. Western Iron & Supply Co Pipe 

32. James L. Robertson & Son Indicator 

33. Arrow Boiler Compound Co Boiler compound 

34. James Bonar & Co Guage cocks, levers, discs 

36. The V. D. Anderson Co Steam traps 

36. H. A. Lensing Cement 

37. The Lagonda Mfg. Co Turbine cleaner 

38. Bichel Lime and Stone Co Screenings, stone, sand 

39. Cook Grocery Co Butter, potash, etc 

40. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

41. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 3,017 53 

42. Wm. M. Akin & Son Beef 

43. The Evansville Packing Co Hams, bacon, mutton 

44. Armour and Company E'ggs and poultry 

45. Cook Grocery Co Apples, butter, chickens 

46. Cook Grocery Co Acid, beans, syrup, potatoes 



298 35 


202 14 


4 64 


243 75 


112 20 


184 67 


280 43 


52 50 


307 50 


65 00 


58 50 


36 56 


55 37 


34 10 


139 95 


172 53 


179 86 


29 30. 


136 08 


421 32 


11 75 


15 00 


5 90 


8 55 


74 63 


867 67 


101 37 


250 00 


141 25 


63 00 


226 16 


13 50 


93 76 


154 38 


50 00 


166 59 


89 81 


352 06 


!,017 53 


929 84 


156 85 


33 36 


9149 


235 36 



65 



VOUCHEES— Continued. 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

47. Vickei-y Brothers , Cabbage, chicken, turkeys $127 05 

48. Phoenix Flour Mill Flour 315 00 

49. Chas. W. Brlzius & Co Flour, cornmeal 58 20 

50. John Neuman Co Onions, peas, potatoes 89 44 

51. Sprague Warner Co Rolled oats, cheese, rice 94 50 

52. Morgan Babcock Potatoes 48 75 

53. Ragon Brothers Crackers, hominy, sugar 249 85 

54. Franklin Mac Veagh & Co Cranberries 8 75 

55. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 108 55 

56. Julius Rastatter feast 29 88 

57: Ward & Boeke Milk 251 87 

58. Lewis Seitz Grocery Co Kraut 95 00 

59. Olds & Company Oxalic acid 19 64 

60. Charles Leich & Co Camphor, whiskey, etc 66 02 

61. Mackey-Nisbet Co Sheeting, toweling, blankets 120 12 

62. L. M. Balrd Lime 25 00 

63. Standard Oil Co Gasoline, candles and turpentine.. 93 80 

64. Singer Mfg. Co Sewing machine and repairs 35 00 

65. Roetzel-Roetzel Co Coal 1,242 61 

66. Swift & Co Butterine and D. S. plates 119 63 

67. Newton Kelsay Salary 75 00 

68. Joseph M. Hudspeth. Salary and expenses 110 90 

69. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 205 89 

70. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 2,937 64 

71. The Evansville Packing Co Beef, hams and bacon 1,163 71 

72. Swift & Co Butterine, pork and sausage 243 04 

73. The Cook Grocery Co Butter, potatoes, etc 43178 

74. C. F. Jeans Co Eggs 20 70 

75. Armour & Co Eggs 69 30 

76. Viekery Brothers Flour, chickens, mop handles 463 67 

77. Ragon Brothers Sugar, pepper, salt, etc 201 67 

78. Franklin Mac Veagh & Co Hominy, baking powder, etc 74 87 

79. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 130 91 

80. Ward & Boeke Milk 244 38 

81. J. H. Conn Fish 49 70 

82. Chas. W. Brlzius & Co Cornmeal 22 00 

83. Williams & Hunt Caustic soda 31 85 

84. Fleischman & Co Yeast .' 12 00 

85. Poster Engineering Co Regulators and strainer 17 35 

86. Arrow Boiler Comp. Co Boiler compound 142 59 

87. Anchor Supply Tent and grommets 23 50 

• 88. Smith & Butterfleld Tissue paper, books, etc 29 65 

89. Standard Oil Co Oil heater and turpentine 108 40 

90. Chas. Leich & Co Syringe, salts, gauze, etc 53 97 

91 J. F. Bomm Drug Co Vaccine points and olive oil 40 70 

92. Gazzolo Drug & Chem. Co Chlorite, tonic and plasters 9 63 

93. Queen City Window Shade Co Shade cloth 32 13 

94. Roetzel-Roetzel Coal Co Coal 1,022 33 

95. Lee Rosenbaum Salary and expenses 83 30 

96. Mackey-Nisbet Co ....Linen, curtains, combs 7150 

97. Boettieher, Kellogg Co Pipe cutter, etc 93 02 

98. Dr. C. E'. Laughlin Contingent expenses 253 41 

99. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 2,986 98 

The Evansville Packing Co Beef, bacon, sausage, hams 939 97 

The Cook Grocery Co Cabbage, syrup, etc 22100 

Ragon Brothers Sugar, potatoes, etc 403 05 

. Swift & Company Butterine 85 43 

. Viekery Brothers Chickens and matches 39 25 

6— Southern Insane. , 



66 



\ < i[JCHEKS— Continued. 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount.', 

105. Sprague Warner Co « Peaches and rice $97 79 

106. Armour & Co Eggs 42 30 

107. Ward & Boeke Milk 235 63 

108. Fleischman & Co Yeast ' 9 00 

109. Ross W. Weir & Co Coffee 389 10 

110. Melrose Milling Co Flour 382 50 

111. C. W. Brizius & Co Cornmeal 18 00 

112. National Biscuit Co Crackers 26 54 

113. E. Godel & Sons .^.Hams 4118 

114. E. F. Goeke Co .'.Oats 53 57 

115. Blackman & Lunkenheimer ... Queensware 80 85 

116. iStandard Oil Co Cylinder oil, wax, coal oil, gasoline 75 35 

117. Chas. Leich & Co Drugs and playing carus. 12 89 

118. J. F. Bomni Drug Co ...Vaccine points, etc 1110 

119. The Sanitas Company Disinfectant fluid 82 20 

120. Mackey-Nlsbet Co Sheeting, crash, etc 277 19 

121. H. F. Miller & Co , Sheeting," crash, blankets 126 89 

122. Fowler, Dick & Walker Blankets 83 61 

123. Wm. B. Burford Stationery and printing 69 45 

124. F. C. Althoff & Co Horseshoeing 17 00 

125. ,J. M. Terry Straw 56 25 

126. Boetticher, Kellogg Co Files, spades, etc. 30 10 

127. Grote Mfg. Co Pulleys 36 74 

128. The Bashlin Co Comp. bibbs 1102 

129. James B. Clow & Sons ...Bibbs, faucets, oilers, etc 42 05 

130. H. W. Johns, Manwell Co Packing and pipe covering 135 08 

131 Central Electric Co Electrical supplies 355 36 

132. The Hill Clutch Co .'.' Coupling 24 00 

133. Roetzel-Roetzel Coal Co Coal 1,008 08 

134. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Expenses 13 34 

135. Cumb. Telephone Co Telephone rental and tolls 62 65 

136. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll '. 3.155 02 

137. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 374 21 

138. The Evansville Packing Co Beef and hams 988 99 

139. E. Godel & oons ....Hams '. 34 43 

140. The Cook Grocery Co ....Butter, beans, rice, etc 262 52 

141. W. M. Akin & Son Pork and bacon 98 17 

142. C. F. Jeans Co Eggs '. 6150 

143. Phoenix Flour Mill Flour 377 S4 

144. Ragon Brothers Sugar, rolled oats, etc 464 11 

145. Armour & Company Eggs and chickens 54 30 

146. Fleishman & Co....'. Yeast '. 9 00 

147. Chas. W. Brizius & Co ....Cornmeal 24 00 

148. National Biscuit Co Crackers 20 65 

149. Edw. F. Goeke Co Oats 27 50 

150. Vickery Brothers Pepper, grass seed, etc 27 22 

151. Chas. Leich & Co Alcohol, whiskey, etc 38 11 

152. Ward & Boeke Milk 251 88 

153. Lahr Bacon Co Bunting, etc 9 33 

154. Mackey-Nisbet Co Sheeting, linen, etc 379 58 

155. Boetticher, Kellogg Co ' — .Screws, cord, etc 24 96 

156. John Laval & Sons Cream tartar, acids, etc 3178 

157. Clifford Hardware Co Screws, washers, etc... 20 97 

158. Edgar A. Murray Roach doom 15 00 

159. D. & H. Rosenbaum Drugs 47 03 

160. Williams & Hunt Caustic soda and phosphate 145 35 

161. Olds & Company Oxalic acid 14 00 

162. Blackman & Lunkenheimer Queensware 40 80 

163. Standard Oil Co Candles and engine oil 14 40 



67 



VOUCHEES— Continued. 

'Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount.. 

Arrow Boiler Compound Co Boiler compound $143 29 

L. M. Baird Lime 27 50 

Roetzel-Koetzel Coal Co Coal 1,145 42 

Kyau Hampton Tobacco Co Tobacco 

Evausville Leather & B. Co Belting, waste, etc 

Steam Appliance Co - Steam separator 

Sclinute-Holtman Co Lumber 

Central Electrical Co Electrical supplies 

Craue-Hawley Co Pipe, ells, tees, etc 

Crane-Hawley Co Pipe, ells, tees, etc 

Parsons & Scoville Lemons and hominy flakes 

Ziliak, Sehafer Milling Co Flour 

Ey. Gas & Electric Co Coke 

Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

The Oook Grocery Co Potatoes, peaches, etc 

Chas. W. Brizus & Co Corn meal 

National Biscuit Co Crackers 

Armour & Co Eggs and poultry 

Fleischman & Co Yeast 

John H. Conn Pish 

The Cudahy Packing Co Butterine 

Ward & Boeke Milk 

W. M. Akin & Son Hams 

Ragon Brothers Potatoes, tea, pepper 

Armour Packing Co Butterine 

Phoenix Flour Mill Flour 

Chas. Leich & Co Drugs, etc 

Swormstedt & Sonntag Cement 

Edw. F. Goeke Co Oats 

Akin Erskine Co Mixed feed 

Fred Sirkle Corn 

Franklin MacVeagh & Co R. oats and polish 

Mackey-Nisbet Co Sheeting and crash 

Chas. R. Silkman Sheeting 

J. F. Bomm Drug Co Vaccine points 

Melzer Brothers Soap 

August Schmitt & Sons Pipe, screws, tanks, etc 

J. M. Terry Wood 

Evansville Leather & B. Co Belting, leather, etc 

Chas. H. Moore Oil Co Cylinder oil 

The National Ammonia Co Ammonia 

H. W. Johns Manville Co Gaskets and packing 

C. A. Dunham Co Steam traps 

Evansville Gas & E. L. Co Coke 

The Roetzel-Roetzel Coal Co Coal 

John Laval & Sons Oxalic acid 

, Standard Oil Co Gasoline, oil and turpentine.... 

Lee Rosenbaum Salary and expenses 

Joseph M. Hudspeth ....Salary and expenses 

Dr. C. E'. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

Swift & Company Beef and butterine 1,049 47 

Swift & Company Beef and butterine 1,188 51 

The Cook Grocery Co Butter, sugar, etc., 

Evans\'ille Packing Co Bacon and hams 

Vickery Brothers Flour and silicon 

Ralston Puriana Co Puriana Wheat 

Sprague Warner Co Syrup and rice 



120 96 


149 61 


52 50 


117 25 


4 64 


193 84 


498 27 


13 80 


42 30 


102 40 


343 33 


3,019 79 


767 00 


24 00 


28 12 


45 93 


12 00 


25 50 


169 32 


243 75 


45 00 


155 84 


80 


169 05 


20 62 


32 40 


15 79 


15 70 


49 66 


19 65 


80 53 


28 91 


60 


54 38 


216 50 


10 00 


95 16 


24 75 


40 70 


22 42 


29 75 


14 67 


577 85 


8 00 


195 53 


81 71 


98 95 


496 76 


2,898 43 


1,049 47 


1,188 51 


233 94 


140 95 


151 32 


7 02 


134 75 



68 



VOUCHEES— Continufiv], 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

223. Sprague Warner Co Evaporated peaches $69 44 

224. Reid Murdoch Co Lemons, evaporated apples 55 50 

225. Rosenberger, Klein & Co Salt 5 00 

226. Fleischman & Co Yeast 9 00 

227. Ross W. Weir & Co Tea and coffee 237 03 

228. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co Coffee 213 42 

229. Ragon Brothers Potatoes, syrup, etc 597 36 

230. Armour & Co Eggs and poultry 94 76 

231. Phoenix Flour Mills Flour 280 00 

232. Chas. W. Brizius & Co Cornmeal 24 00 

233. Ward & Boeke ..Milk 25188 

234. Chas. Leich & Co Drugs 25 89 

235. D. & H. Rosenbaum Drugs 97 19 

236. Carson Pirie Scott Co Napkins and sheeting 99 66 

237. Evansville Mattress Co Springs 9 60 

238. Carson Pirie Scott Co Table linen 140 85 

239. Peter Rinberg Rose plants 8 12 

240. Continental Brush Co Brushes 8 21 

241. Imperial Brush Co Brushes 17 19 

242. Crane-Hawley Co Pipe, fittings, etc 183 85 

243. Grote Mfg. Co Pipe, nipples, etc 68 15 

•244. Evansville Leather & B. Co Belting 46 53 

245. Fred Geiger & Sons Hair seats, etc 15180 

246. The Cutler-Hammer Mfg Regulator 8100 

247. Central Electric Co Switch and ampere 9 15 

248. F. Holtz Pipe and brackets 40 43 

249. Chas. J. Tagliabue Regulator 50 00 

250. Chas. A. Dunham Co Steam trap 37 88 

251. Central Electric Co Incandescent lamps 97 50 

252. The Chas. H. Moore Co ...Engine oil 19 20 

253. August Schmidt Sons Screws, washers, etc 5 20 

254. The Gibson Soap Co Soap polish 15 00 

255. Blackman & Lunkenheimer Jugs, bakers 19 45 

256. Central Electric Co Electrical supplies 16 43 

257. Boetticher, Kellogg Co Bolts, rakes, etc 5 70 

258; Schnute Holtman Co Lumber 16 96 

259. T. D. Scales Coal Co Coal 675 74 

260. Dr. C. E. Laugolin Contingent expenses 319 84 

261. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 2,920 79 

262. Armour & Company Cheese 20 69 

263. Franklin MacVeagh Co Evaporated peaches 59 00 

264. The Cook Grocery Co Butter, beans, etc 52 75 

265. Vickery Brothers Flour and potatoes 350 25 , 

266. Armour & Company Butterine 177 88 

267. Armour & Company Eggs and chickens 73 85 

268. Steele Wedeles Co Apricots 46 85 

269. Ragon Brothers Sugar crackers 304 66 

270. The J. G. Newman Co Sweet potatoes 6 50 

271. Ward & Boeke Milk 243 75 

272. C. F. Jeans Co Eggs 53 10 

273. Fleischman & Co Yeast 12 00 

274. C. W. Brizius Co Cornmeal 12 00 

275. Henry A. Dreer Seeds 88 90 

276. Chas. Leich & Co Ammonia, acids, etc '. 39 96 

277. H. A. Lensing Lime 25 50 

278. uOhn Laval & Sons Ink acid, etc 9 20 

279. Henry Barnett Corn 62 56 

280. J. P. Davies Chipped soap 45 45 

28L Fisher & Richardson Feed and buggy hire 53 45 



69 
VOUCHERS— Continued. 

■Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

Wm. B. Burfora Stationery and printing $56 15 

August Schmidt & Sons Pipe, valves, etc 24 90 

iVansville Leather & Belt. Co Belting, rivets, etc 99 44 

Chas. H. Moore Oil Co Cylinder oil 24 75 

Penn. Elec. Rly. Supply Co Packing 16 25 

Roetzel-Roetzel Coal Co Coal 116 48 

T. D. Scales Coal Co Coal 286 80 

Rosenberger, Klein Co Water cart 5 75 

ii'. C. Johnson Brushes, putty, etc 1115 

Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 128 45 

Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 3,009 84 

The Evansville Packing Co Beef and bacon 299 62 

Swift & Company Beef 645 05 

Schwarzchild & Sulsberger Beef and bacon ■'■•?^? ?^ 

The Cook Grocery Co Butter, prunes, etc 

Franklin MacVeagh Co Crackers, mop sticks 

Reid Murdock & Co Cheese, primes, etc 

Vickery Brothers Flour 

C. F. Jean Co Eggs 

Fleisehman Oo Yeast 

C. F. Blanke Tea and Coffee Co Coffee 

C. F. Blanke Tea and Coffee Co Coffee 

Ward & Boeke Milk 

Armour & Co : Eggs and chickens 

Swift «& Company Butterine 

Chas. W. Brizius & Co Cornmeal 

George Marsicano Bananas and peanuts — - 

Ragon Brothers Salt, soap, etc 

L. M. Baird Salt 

John Taylor Wood 

T. D. Scales Coal Co Coal 

Olds & Company Oxalic acid 

Wm. B. Burford Stationery and printing 

Standard Oil Co Parafflne, turpentine, gas 

J. F. Bomm Drug Co Drugs 

Chas. Leich & Co Drugs 

F. M. Petersheim Drugs, etc 

H. F. Miller Co Bed spreads 

Mackey-Nisbet Co Blankets, etc 

Mackey-Nisbet Co Sheeting, linen, etc — 

The Gibson Soap Co Soap polish 

Humane Restraint Co Mitts and wristlets 

E. C. Johnson Glass and cutters 

Blackman & Lunkenheimer Bakers 

Eiichel Lime and Stone Co Screenings 

Chas. Mayer & Co Fireworks 

Single Center Spring Co Buggy 

Dr. C. E. Laughlin Traveling expenses 

Newton Kelsay Salary 

Lee Rosenbaum Salary and expenses 

Joseph M. Hudspein Salary and expenses 

Boetticher, Kellogg Co Screws and locks, etc 

Evansville Leather & B. Co Rivets, etc 

Rumsey-Sikemeier Co Shafting, hangers, etc 

Grote Mfg. Co Casting, etc 

Schnute Holtman Co Lumber 

Ferdinand Holtz ; Fitter, etc 

C. E. Laughlin ; Contingent expenses 

Joseph M. Hudspeth. .................... Pay-roll .,...,..,.....,,.,.,.,,,... 



267 31 


27 97 


141 90 


382 50 


21 90 


900 


162 06 


314 77 


251 88 


73 56 


118 50 


26 00 


36 50 


59 92 


5 50 


114 75 


255 99 


19 80 


58 40 


105 28 


1 10' 


12 10' 


7 55 


119 63 


7 99 


262 41 


60 00 


27 00 


6 08 


16 44 


69 28 


50 00 


175 00 


33 25 


150 00 


86 80 


99 50 


19 24 


2 70 


117 64 


21 18 


48 47 


4 30 


359 69 


2,871 65 



7G 



VOUCPIERS— Continued. 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. 

341. Sehwarzchild & Sulsberger Fresh beef 

342. The Evansville Pkg. Co Beef and bacon 

343. Armour & Co Butterine 

344. Swift & Company Cheese and butterine 

345. Walsh-Boyle Co Sugar and flour 

346. Phoenix Flour Mill Co..... Flour 

347. Sawyer Biscuit Co Crackers 

348. Vickery Brothers Chickens 

349. C. F. Jeans Co Eggs 

.S50. Fleischman & Co Yeast 

351. Armour & Co Hams 

352. Chas. W. Brizius & Co Meal 

353. Armour & Company Eggs 

354. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co Tea and coffee 

355. Ragon Brothers Syrup and soda, etc 

356. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Rice and soap 

357. Smith & Butterfleld Twine, cards, etc 

358. John Laval & Sons Cream tartar, etc 

359. Boetticher Kellogg Co Scythe, clippers, etc 

360. Blaekman «& Lunkenheimer Co Plates, etc 

361. Olds & Co ....Oxalic acid 

362. Fuller & Fuller Co Drugs 

363. Chas. Leich & Co Blueing 

364. J. P. Davies Chipped soap 

365. J. P. Davies Chipped soap 

366. J. F. Bomm Drug Co Formaldehyde 

367. D. & H. Rosenbaum Drugs 

368. Mackey-Nisbet Co Sheeting, etc 

369. Mackey-Nisbet Co Sheeting, crash, etc 

370. Shafer-Shafer Baling straw 

371. Standard Oil Co Gasoline 

372. T. D. Scales Coal Co Coal 

373. Anchor Supply Co Rope 

374. E. C. Johnson Scaffold 

375. Clifford Hardware Co Knives and forks 

376. S. G. Evans Co Towels, squares, etc 

377. The National Ammonia Co Ammonia 

378. H. A. Lensing Cement 

379. Swormstedt & Sonntag Cement 

380. The V. D. Anderson Co Traps 

381. Evansville Leather & B. Co Gauge glasses, etc 

382. The Sanitas Co Disinfectant 

383. T. J. Lindley Tinware and solder ....''. 

384. August Schmitt & Sons Bibbs, valves, etc 

385. Arrow Boiler Compound Co Boiler compound 

386. Ward & Boeke Milk 

387. Ziliak & Schafer Co Flour 

388. The Cook Grocery Co Butter, gelatine, etc 

389. City Ice Delivery Co Ice 

390. Dr. C. E'. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

391. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 2,826 45 

392. Sehwarzchild & Sulsberger Beef 

393. Sawyer Biscuit Co .'. Crackers 

394. Parson Scoville Co Salt, sugar, etc 

395. W. M. Aiken & Sons Lard 

396. Capital City Dairy Co Butterine 

397. The Evansville Packing Co Hams and bacon . . . .- 

398. Swift & Company Pork plates 

399. Sprague Warner Co Evaporated peaches ..., 



Amount. 


$1,042 67 


125 79 


75 40 


63 18 


196 14 


414 63 


18 58 


37 50 


25 50 


12 00 


128 75 


26 00 


22 30 


237 80 


93 16 


53 60 


8 75 


28 90 


22 99 


24 41 


21 12 


29 70 


2 00 


179 16 


45 00 


2 25 


47 52 


49 99 


141 90 


7 65 


21 00 


387 95 


20 78 


13 25 


32 50 


33 30 


67 48 


2 00 


4 50 


29 45 


- 9 03 


71 55 


34 83 


108 80 


151 97 


251 87 


44 10 


21 30 


23 60 


399 92 


2,826 45 


861 89 


12 72 


171 25 


97 16 


233 62 


133 23 


37 50 


122 66 



VOUCHEES— Continued. 

yo. T>[ame of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

400. C. F. Jean Co Eggs $44 70 

401. Fleischman & Co .....Yeast 9 00 

402. Chas. W. Brizius & Co Meal and bran IS 00 

403. Ward & Boeke Milk 243 75 

404. Steele-Wedeles Co Rice 30 00 

405. Cook Grocery Co Butter, cheese, etc , 116 17 

406. Walsb Boyle Co. Flour and hominy 46S 08 

407. Ragon Brothers Brooms, syrup, etc 56 92 

408. Vickery Brothers Chickens, baskets, etc 47 58 

409. Blackman & Lunkenheimer Cups, saucers, etc 40 00 

410. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Ivory soap 19 60 

411. I. Gans Co Knives and spoons .. 28 50 

412. West Disinfectant Co Disinfectant Ill 50 

413. Standard Oil Co Turpentine 53 00 

414. Chas. H. Moore Oil Co Cylinder oil ,24 25 

415. Illinois Pure Aluminum Co Cuspidors and chambers — 109 92 

416. E. C. Johnson ' Brushes and sandpaper 17 80 

417. August Schmitt & Sons ..Tine cocks, etc 29 20 

418. Boetticher Kellogg Co Kettle 110 

419. Henion & Hubbell Cement , 4 60 

420. Chas. Leich & Co Lard oil 3 75 

421. L. M. Baird Lime 21 25 

422. Clifford Hardware Co Wat'er cooler, etc 6 94 

423. Evansville Oil Co Gasoline and coal oil 23 51 

424. T. D. Scales Coal Co Coal 448 12 

425. EVansville Leather & B. Co Lace leather 75 

426. Williams & Hunt Tri-sodium 20 75 

427. A. Kiefer Drug Co Drugs 12 78 

428. J. F. Bomm Drug Co Drugs 3113 

429. Gazzolo Drug Co Drugs S 50 

430. Carson Pirie Scott & Co Muslin 21 02 

431. Mackey->.'isbet Co Sheeting and crash 72 87 

432. Ev. S. & Newburgh R. R. Co Fares 16 05 

433. Wm. B. Burford Mucilage, ink, etc 199 55 

434. Fred Geiger & Sons Mattresses, hair 352 50 

435. Newton Kelsay Salary 75 00 

436. Armour & Company Eggs 25 50 

437. Lee Rosenbaum Salary and expenses 81 07 

438. Joseph M. Hudspeth Salary 75 00 

439. Dr. C. E. Laughhn Contingent expenses 259 25 

440. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 2,854 35 

441. Nelson Morris & Co Beef ■. 565 82 

442. Cook Grocery Co Butter and vinegar 16 94 

443. Fleischman & Co Yeast 12 00 

444. Sawyer Biscuit Co Ci"ackers 14 25 

445. Franklin MacVeagh & Co Cheese 19 00 

446. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co Coffee 20102 

447.; Armour & Company Butterine 217 80 

448. Swift & Company Hams 64 57 

449. The Evansville Packing Co Bacon, lard 82 23 

450. Ziliak & Schafer Mill Co. Flour and meal 498 00 

451. "Vickery Brothers Chickens and sugar 201 17 

452. C. F. Jean Co Lggs 48 00 

453. Ward & Boeke Milk 25187 

454. Walsh Boyle Co Dried fruits, etc •• 219 86 

455. Ragon Brothers Potatoes, syrup, etc 112 08 

456. Fluhrer Tobacco Co Tobacco 131 04 

457. John Laval & Sons Varnish 3 50 

458. The National Ammonia Co Ammonia 27 04 



72 



VOUCHEES— Continued. 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

459. Meyer Brothers Drug Co Drugs, etc $65 64 

460. The John Church Co Song books 42 00 

461. M. C. Brandon Threshing rye 15 00 

462. Eichel Lime and Stone Co Sand 113 80 

463. Standard Oil Co Cylinder oil 22 95 

464. Crane Hawley Co E's and T's, valves 455 79 

465. Keck Gonnerman Co Smokestack, etc 474 00 

466. Arrow Boiler Compound Co Compound 151 69 

467. H. W. Johns Manville Co Gaskets 61 20 

468. L. M. Baird Lime 2125 

469. T. D. Scales Coal Co Coal 415 70 

470. Hennessey-Robinson Co Napkins and scarfs 62 10 

471. Wm. E. French Co Carpet 56 70 

472 Wm. B. Burford Printing and stationery 227 41 

473. Joseph M. Hudspeth Expenses 20 25 

474. C. E. Laughlin Expenses 16 59 

475. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 264 41 

476. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 2,974 33 

Total 199,513 67 



73 
KEPAIRS. 



The following is a complete list of vouchers paid from the appro- 
priation for repairs, the originals of which are on file at the office 
of the Auditor of State, duplicates being filed in this office : 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

1. C. H. Davies & Co Repairs to power house as contract 

covering architect's estimate on 
material and labor (part pay- 
ment) $800 00 

2. Schnute & Holtman Co Lumber 

3. Schnute & Holtman Co Lumber 

4. Dr. C. Ei'. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

5. The Garlock Packing Co Packing 

6. Dean Bros. Steam Pump Co Valves 

7. C. B. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

8. Orr Iron Co Steel nails, iron, etc 

9. A. L. Swanson Electrical supplies 

10. Heilman Machine Works Cutting threads, etc 

11. B. C. Johnson Bronze and varnish 

12. Evansville Leather and Belting Co Graphite, cement, leather 

13. Single Center Buggy Co Repairs to buggy 

14. Bdward F. Sonntag Repairs to fire places 

15. Dr. C. B. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

16. Boetticher, Kellogg Co Bolts, etc 

17. Bdward F. Sonntag Tile, fire brick, clay 

18. Schnute & Holtman Co Lumber 

19. Grote Mfg. Co Valves, unions, etc 

20. Henry Vogt Machine Co Repairs to refrigerating machinery 

21. The American Laundry Mchy. Co Repairs to washers ". 

22. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

23. Schnute & Holtman Co Lumber 

24. Dr. C. B. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

25. C. H. Davies Repairs to engine room 

26. C. H. Davies Repairs to engine room 

27. Henry Vogt Machine Co Coil pipes 

28. F. J. Schlotter Architect 

29. Schnute Holtman Co Sash, doors, etc 

SO. August Schmitt & Sons Washers, etc .' 

31. Single Center Buggy Co Repairs to buggies 

S2. Dr. C. E. Laughlin .Contingent expenses 

33. F. Holtz Repairs to shaft 

34. Nelson & Kreuter Co .....Shaft and apron 

35. Dr. C. E. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

36. A. L. Swanson Repairs telephone — 

37. Crane Hawley Co..,, ,...,... Pipe and boiler tubes 

38. Grote Mfg. Co , Nipples, etc..." 

39. H. A. Lensing ;.., , .Cement ■•• 

40. Bdward F. Sonntag , Fire brick and clay 

41. Swormstedt & Sonntag Cement 

42. American Laundry Mchy. Co Swivel dog 

43. Schnute & Holtman Co Lumber 

44. Schnute & Holtman Co Lumber ■. 

45. August Schmitt & Sons Repairs canopy, etc 

46. James B. Clow St Sons Valves and hoppers 

47. C. H. Davies & Co Repairs to ovens 

48. Dr. C. B. Laughlin Contingent expenses 

Total , ,.,.,.,,...,..,. $3,985 99 



7 41 


92 33 


13 60 


17 83 


14 84 


19 39 


39 71 


8 20 


33 24 


1§ 80 


29 06 


10 00 


51 76 


33 48 


3 42 


12 45 


15 21 


112 23 


26 18 


139 22 


8 00 


101 70 


6 55 


250 00 


112 21 


159 20 


31 50 


103 50 


4 50 


40 50 


36 60 


6 54 


9 75 


2 25 


20 50 


761 42 


8 13 


4 80 


85 75 


18 65 


1 00 


162 03 


46 55 


126 75 


237 93 


35 22 


106 10 



74 



CLOTHING. 



The following is a complete list of voiicliers paid from the ap- 
propriation for clothing, the originals of which are on file at the 
office of the Auditor of State, duplicates being filed in this office : 



No. 'Name of Claimant. 'Nature of Claim. 

1. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Shirts, underwear and buttons. 

2. H. F. Miller & Co Thread and muslin 

3. Harry Joseph & Son Night shirts 

4. Strouse Brothers Shoes 

5. Mackey-Nisbet Co Satine, jeans, ties and vests 

6. Feehheimer & Keifer Men's shirts 

7. Mackey-Nisbet Co Calico sheeting, etc 

8. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

9. Boswell Torian Men's hats 

10. H. F. Miller & Co Thread 

11. Mackey-Nisbet Co Cheviot, drawers, etc 

12. Joseph M. Hudspeth Clothing pay-roll 

13.' Hatfield & Kerney Shoes 

14. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Shirts, buttons, coats 

15. Mackey-Nisbet Co ' Calico, buttons, etc 

16. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

17. Mackey-Nisbet Co Hose, ginghams, etc 

18. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

19. Hinkle Shoe Co Shoes 

20. The Singer Mfg. Co Needles 

21. Mackey-Nisbet Co Plaids, underwear, hose 

22. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

23. Rosenberger & Klein Co Thread 

24. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Dress goods 

25. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Grommets and cheviots 

26. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

27. Fowler, Dick & Walker Shirt waists 

28. Hinkle Shoe Co Women's shoes 

29. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pav-roll 

30. Mackey-Nisbet Co Ginghams, etc 

31. Carson, Pirie, Bcott & Co Hairpins, thimbles 

32. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

33. Hatfield & Kerney Men's shoes 

34. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Muslin 

35. Mackey-Nisbet Co Ginghams, pins, etc 

36. Mackey-Nisbet Co Flannels, combs, etc 

37. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

38. Hatfield & Kerney Shoes 

39. Mackey-Nisbet Co Calico, cheviot, etc 

40. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 

41. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Muslin and needles 

42. Strouse & Brothers Shoes 

43. Rochester Salvage Co Men's suits and underwear 

44. Feehheimer, Kiefer Co Men's suits 

45. Joseph M. Hudspeth Pay-roll 



Amount. 


$188 20 


32 73 


37 50 


75 50 


103 82 


611 00 


123 68 


52 50 


24 00 


30 00 


156 10 


51 63 


8 25 


82 73 


74 12 


52 50 


72 21 


52 50 


140 00 


2 40 


115 09 


52 50 


28 50 


27 61 


80 42 


52 50 


11 00 


60 00 


52 50 


90 21 


2 87 


44 75 


2 50 


20 57 


137 73 


101 26 


47 98 


4 00 


106 66 


52 50 


27 40 


56 00 


194 00 


416 30 


51 20 



Total. 



$3,807 42 



75 
PAINTING. 



The following is a complete list of vouchers paid from the ap- 
propriation for painting, the originals of which are on file at the 
office of the Auditor of State : 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

7. E. C. Johnson Glass and varnish $92 68 

8. E.C.Johnson Paints 9 52 

9. E'. C.Johnson Paints 64 86 



Total $167 06 



LAUNDRY. 



The appropriation for this purpose was placed by the General 
Assembly of 1903 at $10,000. The following is a complete list 
of vouchers paid from this appropriation, the originals of which 
are on file at the office of the Auditor of State, duplicates being 
filed in this office: 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

1. C. H. Davie^ & Co Laundry building architect's esti- 

mate on material and labor (part 

payment) $2,700 00 

2. C. H. Davies & Co Laundry building 2,750 00 

3. C. H. Davies & Co Laundry building 2,572 90 

4. F. J. Schlotter Architect's services 234 00 

5. Nelson-Kreuter Co Laundry machinery 1,634 32 

6. Nelson-Kreuter Co Rubber rolls, wheels, etc 82 15 

Total $9,973 37 



DYNAMO AND ENGINE. 



The appropriation for this purpose was placed by the General 
xissembly of 1903 at $3,900. The following is a complete list 
of vouchers paid from this appropriation: 



No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

1. A. L. Ide & Sons Ideal engine $2,160 00 

2. Crocker Wheeler Co Dynamo 1,626 00 

3. Eichel Lime & Stone Co Stone screenings 105 06 

4. A. L. Ide & Sons Safety caps 6 00 

Total ,.., , , $3,897 Oq 



76 • ' 

TILE FLOOE FOE GENEEAL KITCHEN. 



3,985 


99 


3,807 42 


167 


06 


9,973 


37 


3,897 0« 


1,000 


00 



The appropriation for this purpose was placed by the General 
Assembly of 1903 at $1,000. The following is a list of vouchers 
13aid and filed: 

No. Name of Claimant. Nature of Claim. Amount. 

1. Edward F. Sonntag Tile Boor general kitchen $1,000 00 

Total $1,000 00 

SUMMARY. 

Maintenance vouchers paid and filed $99,513 67 

Repairs voucliers paid and filed 

Clothing vouchers paid and filed 

Painting vouchers paid arid filed 

Laundry vouchers paid and filed 

Dynamo and engine vouchers paid and filed 

Tile floor for general kitchen vouchers paid and tilea 

Total $122,344 57 

The total amount, $122,344.57, distributes to the following 
accounts: 

Absorbent cotton $15 95 

Acetanilid 25 

Acetic acid 6 74 

Advertising 92 95 

Alcohol 79 18 

Almonds 50 

Ammonia 153 12 

Amusements 9 40 

Ankle boots 1 50 

Apples 18 03 

Apples, dried 205 85 

Apricots 47 35 

Aprons for mangle 7 50 

Arithmetic 45 

Arnica 2 95 

Attendants 14,861 64 

Auger bits 7 10 

Augei'S 1 75 

Bacon 617 03 

Bags, paper 1 25 

Baling straw 7 65 

Baking powder 57 00 

Baking soda 3 64 

Bananas ' 22 80 

Bars, mosquito 40 

Base balls " 5 90 



■ Y7 

Basin cocks $43 20 

Basins 13 60 

Baskets, clothes 8 25 

Beans 544 48 

Bed pans 3 50 

Bed spreads 152 03 

Beef 11,078 72 

Belt fasteners 8 20 

Belting 282 88 

Bibles : 75 

Bichloride mercury 8 35 

Bismuth . .. 2 20 

Blank books 7 65 

Blank forms 529 21 

Blankets 420 96 

Block tin 4 40 

Blueing 3 80 

Boiler compound 815 70 

Boiler tubes 159 04 

Bolts 58 30 

Borax 2 13 

Boric acid 3 60 

Bottles . 10 

Bowls, sugar 10 92 

Boxes, powder 60 

Braces 17 00 

Bran . 35 17 

Bricks 66 75 

Bricks, fire 49 00 

Brocatelle 15 00 

Bromide ammonia 28 25 

Bromide potash 22 86 

Bromide soda 24 75 

Brooms 166 45 

Brown's mixture 2 70 

Brushes, paint 29 80 

Buckets 5 90 

Buckets, rubber 1 55 

Buckwheat flour 1 50 

Buggy 175 00 

Bunting 80 

Bushings 55 54 

Butter 154 50 

Butter dishes 10 98 

Butterine 1,981 11 

Buttons 53 06 

Buttons, collar 5 70 

Cabbage 32 53 

Caffeine citrate 60 

Calico 113 50 

Callipers 80 



7« 

Camphor gum 

Camphor phenique 

Candles 

Candy 

Canned blackberries 

Canned corn 

Canned peaches 

Canned peas 

Canned pineapples 

Canned pumpkins 

Canned salmon 

Canned tomatoes C 

Canton flannel 

Capsules 

Carbolic acid 

Carbon 

Carbon paper 

Carpets 

Carpet binding , 

Carpet sweepers 

Carrots 

Castings 

Cartridges 

Catheters 

Caustic soda 

Cedar 

Celery 

Cement : 

Cerro f mito 

Chambers 

Chamois skin 

Chandelier hooks 

Cheese 

Cherries 

Cheviots 

Chickens 

Chipped soap 

Chisels 

Chloride lime 

Chloride potash 

Chloroform 

Charcoal 

Cinnamon 

Citron 

City directory 

Clamps 

Clay 

Clippers 

Closets 

Coat and hat hooks 

Coal 8,450 i4 



$3 


00 


30 


23 


15 


30 


13 


00 


2 


75 


7 


45 


23 


25 


36 


02 


1 


75 


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2 


33 


23 


45 


57 


52 


1 


55 


4 


70 




60 


3 


25 


56 


70 


4 


50 


6 


50 




25 


19 


53 




55 


1 


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203 


55 


7 


50 


3 


8o 


227 


58 




oO 


49 


92 




40 




83 


187 


31 




60 


269 


02 


604 62 


275 


45 




10 


7 


70 


1 


17 




85 


5 


25 




90 




40 


5 


00 


3 


30 


11 


00 


3 


75 


23 


79 


4 


50 



7.9 

Coal, smithing $3 60 

Coal shovels 18 95 

Cocoanuts 30 

Codeine tablets 4 42 

Coffee 2,171 37 

Coke 218 44 

Collars 6 75 

Collodion 80 

Combs 23 05 

Compression bibbs 52 82 

Cornmeal 252 30 

Corsets 12 75 

Corn for stock 155 42 

Cotton batting 5 25 

Cotton floss 1 00 

Couplings 32 16 

Crackers 277 20 

Cranberries 18 80 

Crayon 10 

Cream of tartar 9 10 

Crocus cloth 38 

Cube sugar 5 55 

Cucumbers 1 60 

Cups and saucers 11 65 

Curtains, Swiss 29 74 

Currants 30 

Cuspidors 60 00 

Cutting rye 6 00 

Cj'linder oil 148 95 

Dash apron 1 50 

Dictionary 50 

Digitalis 50 

Dippers, tin 90 

Dish pans 1 10 

Disinfecting fluid 255 95 

Dolls and doll trunks 50 

Door drapery . 5 40 

Drawers, men's 101 50 

Dress lining 2 17 

Dried peaches 464 66 

Drills 7 82 

Drill bits 60 

Duck for dresses 6 00 

Ear muffs 10 

Eggs 785 10 

Electrical supplies 490 84 

Electrician's tape 80 

Ells 82 99 

Emery 2 13 

Engine and dynamo ' 3,891 06 

Engineer's fittings 288 57 



80 

r 

Engine oil $105 70 

English walnuts 40 

Entertainments in town 63 75 

Epsom salts 20 

Ergot 2 50 

Escaped patients 30 16 

Expressage 66 94 

Faucets 1 75 

Fertilizer 2 50 

Fever thermometers 8 40 

Files 12 44 

Filer alum 72 16 

Fireworks 50 00 

Fish . ., 75 20 

Flanges (cast iron) 141 45 

Flannel sliirting 125 64 

Flaxseed 50 

Floor brushes 13 25 

Flour 4,586 52 

Flower seed 8 34 

Forks, table 16 25 

Formaldehyde 4 35 

Fountain syringes 5 15 

Freight 347 52 

French harps 1 00 

Fresh tomatoes 2 95 

Furnace gasoline 3 75 

Fuller balls 1 20 

Funnels 15 

Fuse blocks 2 40 

Galvanized tubing ". 1 92 

Garden seed 95 15 

Garden trowels 85 

Gaskets 94 87 

Gasoline 150 26 

Gauge glasses 2 60 

Gauze sterilized 12 33 

Gelatine 7 65 

General employes and domestics 13,397 51 

Ginghams 49 22 

Glass cutters , 16 

Glass pens 2 00 

Glass window 10 65 

Globe lantern 10 

Gloves, men's 12 75 

Glue 3 60 

Glycerhiza comp 5 10 

Glycerine 10 00 

Gold bronze 70 

Gold leaf 1 00 

Grapes 25 



§1 

Graphite ..,.,.-,. ■ $1 75 

Grass seed . . 16 00 

Green beans 1 SO 

Green peas 1 20 

Grommets 9 06 

Hack saw 75 

Hair mattresses 470 00 

Hair pins 3 06 

Hammers • 4 31 

Hams 743 20 

Handles for tools . 1 00 

Handkercliiefs , 75 

Harness soap 2 85 

Hats, men's 24 50 

Hemp twine 3 05 

Hinges 1 00 

Hitch strap 25 

Holly wreaths 11 00 

Hominy flakes 131 90 

Hoods 17 00 

Hoppers and A'alves .■ 2oi 93 

Horses 150 00 

Horse blankets 3 15 

Horse brushes 75 

Horseshoeing 58 70 

Hose bands 1 50 

Hose, steam 32 50 

Hosiery, men's 45 25 

Hospital oj-chestra 56 00 

Hospital ring 3 25 

Hyoscine sulphate 14 90 

Hypodermic needles 1 35 

Hypodermic tablets 1 71 

Ice 23 60 

Incandescent lamps 97 30 

Indicator 63 00 

Ink 10 55 

Ink, indelible 16 00 

Ink, shoemaker's 15 

Insurance 250 00 

Invoice books 6 45 

lodof orni gauze 1 25 

Iodine 1 40 

Iron, bar 21 95 

Iron, sheet 1 75 

Ivory soap 19 60 

Japan , 3 20 

Japanese lanterns 3 20 

Jars, slop 4 56 

Jeans 15 n 

Jugs 29 85 

6— Southern Insane. 



• - 82. 

Kelly's pad $3 7o 

Key rings 3 60 

Keys, blank 2 80 

Knife sharpeners 3 00 

Knives, butcher 1 60 

Knives, putty 25 

Knives, table ' 16 25 

Kraut '. 128 00 

Lace 12 30 

Lace, leather • 2 00 

Ladles 40 

Lard 181 69 

Lard oil 10 45 

Laundry building and machinery 9,973 37 

Lavpns 19 40 

Lead 2 95 

Leather, sole 34 56 

Leather tape 3 00 

Lemon extract 5 00 

Lemon peel 08 

Lemons 87 80 

Lettuce 2 70 

Lime 132 88 

Linen 197 32 

Locks '. 35 00 

Lumber 710 41 

Macaroni 12 00 

Magnolia metal 5 00 

Maple syrup 6 60 

Marking tape 2 99 

Marks 15 

Matches 6 75 

Mattocks 50 

Mattress twine 13 50 

Medical journals 11 00 

Men's coats 50 00 

Men's shoes 284 00 

Men's suits 1,035 80 

Metal polish 17 72 

Milk 2,973 76 

Mirror, reflector 6 75 

Monobromate camphor 45 

Mop sticks 16 90 

Mops 20 75 

Moss 50 

Moth balls 2 00 

Motor 81 00 

Mouse traps 1 00 

Mucilage 3 60 

Mufflers 2 25 

Muslins 327 11 



83 

Mustard $2 60 

Mutton 23 27 

Nails : ' 5 40 

Nails, wire 2 25 

Napkins 31 02 

Neckties 2 83 

Needles 8 13 

Newspapers 18 10 

Neuralgia tablets 3 05 

Nickel plating 1 00 

Nipples 10 96 

Nutmeg 120 

Nuts 2 47 

Oakum 4 25 

Oats 96 86 

Officers' salaries 7,524 92 

Oil, castor 14 80 

Oil, coal , 15 25 

OU, linseed 21 33 

Oil, machine 15 

Oil, neatsfoot 1 25 

Oil, typewriter 10 

Oilers 3 61 

Ointment 1 35 

Olives 1 50 

Olive oil 1 60 

Onions 66 50 

Onion sets ." 25 16 

Opium 3 60 

Orange peel 08 

Oranges 6 65 

Orchestra employed 58 00 

Oxalic acid 90 56 

Oyster bowls 17 50 

Oysters 8 70 

Packing 55 51 

Paints 18 61 

Painter's hooks 3 50 

Paper fasteners 60 

Paper toilet 34 00 

Paprica 40 

Paraffine 56 16 

Patching leather 65 

Peaches -35 30 

Peanuts 29 00 

Pepper 32 88 

Pepper shakers 2 10 

Peroxide hydrogen 6 05 

Phenacetine 3 00 

Pick 40 

Pickles 12 40 



84 

Pig lead ...;... = .:.. $4 72 

Pills 16 63 

Pins, clollies , 65 

Pins, safety 11 10 

Pins, toilet 14 75 

Pipe covering 174 83 

Pipe cutters , 9 55 

Pipe hangers 19 14 

Pipe, iron 1,511 69 

Pipes and stems 2 10 

Pipe tape 45 

Plasters 29 56 

Plates : 55 06 

Pliers 50 

Playing cards 13 65 

Plugs 74 77 

Poems 50 

Porcelain feed cups ; 20 

Pork 225 68 

Postage stamps 210 58 

Potash 34 00 

Potash permanganate 10 

Potato hooks 2 50 

Potatoes 2,043 37 

Potato seed 94 19 

Potatoes, sweet, seed 6 50 

Powdered sugar 5 45 

Prunes 187 49 

Pulleys 45 87 

Pump chains . . '. 76 

Pinchers 25 

Putty 2 95 

Quinine 10 80 

Radishes 40 

Raisins 33 

Rakes 2 00 

Razor strop 1 00 

Reducers 6 17 

Rent of costumes 2 00 

Rental postofflce box 4 00 

Repairs to ashscraper 2 90 

Repairs to boiler walls 5 00 

Repairs to buildings 181 67 

Repairs to chimneys and sewers 104 00 

Repairs to copper kettle 2 25 

Repairs to engine 6 80 

Repairs to engine house 1,081 50 

Repairs to fire extinguisher 12 75 

Repairs to harness 12 85 

Repairs to kitchen 58 50 

Repairs to laundi-y machinery 160 41 



85 

Repairs to locks $0 75 

Repairs to mowers 1 65 

Repairs to music boxes 1 50 

Repairs to ovens 41 72 

Repairs to plow points 40 

Repairs to pumps 14 84 

Repairs to refrigerating machinery 193 38 

Repairs to roof 36 90 

Repairs to safe : . . . . 12 50 

Repairs to sewing machine 10 50 

Repairs to type'wi'iter 15 

Repairs to vehicles 64 85 

Restraint mitts 27 00 

Ribbon, typewriter 4 50 

Rice 447 25 

Riddles 50 

Rivets , 1 80 

Roach doom 15 00 

Rochelle salts 11 05 

Rolled oats 96 83 

Rope 27 96 

Rose plants 8 12 

Rubber closet connections 2 25 

Rubber discs 1 65 

Rubber garter 2 25 

Rubber sheets 28 91 

Rubber stamp -. 60 

Sacks, coftee 5 10 

Safety caps 6 00 

Salt 48 40 

Salt shakers 2 10 

Sand , 152 80 

Sandpaper 1 85 

Sapolio 63 90 

Sash cord 5 10 

Sauce boats 18 60 

Sauce pans 13 

Sausage 67 29 

Saws 1 20 

Scourine 92 15 

Screw drivers 1 07 

Screws : 13 89 

Scrub brushes 9 98 

Scythes and snaths 1 .80 

Seats, chair " 34 30 

Seidlitz powder 50 

Setting die and punch 2 00 

Sewer pipe 2 84 

Sewing machine 28 00 

Shade cloth and rollers 39 18 

Shafting ...,., 94 20 



86 

Shawls $60 00 

Shears and scissors 4 18 

Sheeting 867 11 

Shirts, men's 115 00 

Shoe cement 10 

Shoe knives 20 

Shoe laces 9 40 

Shoes for mules 11 20 

Shoe tacks 3 50 

Shoulders 22 42 

Shuttles for sewing machines 2 25 

Sieves 20 

Silicon 21 82 

Slate 15 

Slippers w 50 

Smokestack 478 00 

Soap, laundry ■. 120 68 

Soap, polish " 75 00 

Soap, toilet 47 60 

Sodium phosphate 67 60 

Solder 10 73 

Somnos 4 10 

Song books 42 00 

Soup kettles 1 10 

Spades and shovels 5 50 

Spectacles 6 00 

Spices 4 75 

Spool cotton 89 50 

Sponges 1 70 

Spoons 28 80 

Spring, carriage ' 3 25 

Springs for lounges 36 50 

Stabling horses in town 53 45 

Starch 91 00 

Stationery 71 10 

Steam separator 52 50 

Steam traps 29 45 

Steam and water regulator - 50 00 

Steel 3 02 

Stockings, women's 61 05 

Stone, crushed 57 59 

Stone screenings 138 28 

Stopcocks 16 50 

Stoves 3 40 

Stove castings 35 

Strap 7 50 

Straw 83 19 

Strawberries 50 

Strychnia sulphate 1 98 

Sugar, granulated 1,709 26 

Sulphate magnesia '20 



87 

Suspenders $19 50 

Sulphugators 7 20 

Swinging scaffold '. 13 25 

Sirup 570 87 

Sirup cans 8 40 

Table cover 15 00 

Table linen 312 53 

Tablets '. 4 24 

Tablets, calomel and soda 95 

Tacks 64 

Tanks, galvanized iron 27 00 

Tartaric acid 72 20 

Tea 82 94 

Tees and ells 71 79 

Tents 52 60 

Telegrams 26 00 

Telegraph pole 4 00 

Telephone rental 120 00 

Telephone tolls . 45 20 

Thimbles 2 41 

Threshing rye 15 00 

Ticking 184 76 

Tile .' 5 20 

Tile floor 1,000 00 

Tincups 35 

Tin measure 10 

Tin sheet 33 00 

Tinsel spool 1 10 

Tissue paper 13 35 

Tobacco 394 56 

Tonic, iron, quinine and sulphate 37 55 

Toothpicks 5 75 

Towels 31 35 

Toweling, crash 290 26 

Transportation to entertainments 38 25 

Traps 168 45 

Traveling expenses 255 61 

Trousers 75 00 

Trusses 2 75 

Trustee's salary 900 00 

Tubs 6 75 

Tufts for mattresses 8 00 

Tumblers 6 30 

Turbine cleaners 50 00 

Turkeys 167 82 

Turnips 8 87 

Turpentine 468 65 

Twine, flax 1 60 

Underwear 223 50 

Unions 104 77 

Urinal strainers 6 00 



88 

Vaccine points $55 20 

Vaives ' 227 73 

Valve stems 4 00 

Vanilla extract 26 85 

Varnish 100 85 

Vaseline 1 66 

Vegetable dishes 42 98 

Vinegar 40 95 

Wages to carpenters and painters 1,619 50 

Wagonette rental 22 00 

Waists, shirt 11 00 

Wall brushes 6 37 

Wall hangers 15 

WashboAvls and pitchers 6 54 

Washers 15 51 

Was'hboards 2 10 

Washpans 1 10 

Washstands 21 70 

Watchmaii's time detector dials 6 86 

Water cart 5 75 

Watercloset brushes 1 80 

Water coolers 4 50 

Water gauges 13 50 

Watermelons 30 30 

Water pitchers 2 96 

Weight for elevators 1 25 

Wheat cracked 28 10 

Wheat purina .• 7 02 

Wheelbarrows 10 50 

Whips 2 50 

Whisli brooms 5 25 

Whiskey 39 25 

Whistles 9 00 

White lead 63 70 

Whitewash brushes 10 50 

White waste 5 25 

Wick 1 50 

Window shades * 6 92 

Wire , 1 75 

Wire insulating 7 00 

Wire, spool 30 

Witchhazel 16 80 

Women's belts and pins 25 

Women's shoes 68 25 

Wood, cord 124 75 

Wool dress goods 19 30 

Wrenches 3 00 

Yeast 134 98 

Zinc 1 25 

Total $122,604 27 

Less discounts, cartage, goods returned and exchanged 

containers 259 70 

Total $122,344 57 



DISTRIBUTION TO MAINTENANCE. 

Salaries and wages- 
Medical officers $4,399 92 

Administration offices 2,110 00 

Trustees 900 00 

Chaplain : 240 00 

Record clerk and stenographer 660 00 

Attendants , 14,861 64 

Carpenters and painters 1,639 25 

Matron and house heip 1,494 97 

Culinary department 2,696 42 

Sewing and marking rooms 52 50 

Laundry 1,104 97 

Farm 916 69 

Florist and lawn man 804 00 

Power house and sewer station 4,452 93 

Stable 300 00 

Usher, night watches, messenger, porter 1,104 02 

Fresh meats 11,105 10 

Salt meats and lard 1,818 81 

Fish and oysters 83 90 

Butter, eggs and poultry 3,671 55 

Vegetables : 2,243 02 

Fresh fruits 220 74 

Dried fruits 1,311 00 

Canned goods 127 71 

Breadstuff s, cereals and beans 6,163 22 

Vinegar and sirup 611 11 

Tea, coffee and sugar 3,998 75 

Milk 2,966 26 

Other food supplies 36;! 79 

Newspapers and books 29 10 

Stationery and printing. . .' 758 42 

Furniture, bedding and all household furnishings 4,032 77 

Laundry supplies, soaps and other cleansers 2,353 50 

Medicines, instruments and other sick ward supplies 770 90 

Postage, telegraph and telephones 406 28 

Freight and transportation 686 44 

Stable, farm, garden and outdoor expenses 1,075 19 

Ice 23 60 

Tobacco ■ 394 56 

Music and amusements 410 58 

Fuel 8,831 23 

Engineer's supplies 6,045 41 

Other classifications 1,276 13 

Total $99,513 67 

DISTRIBUTION TO REPAIRS. 

Material $3,881 99 

Labor 104 00 

Total.... $3,985 99 



90 ■ . 

DISTRIBUTION TO CLOTHING. 

Clothing $1,714 70 

Shoes 346 25 

Sewing looms supplies 1,183 41 

Miscellaneous 563 06 

Total $3,807 42 

DISTRIBUTION TO LAUNDRY. 

Building $8,256 90 

Machinery 1,716 47 

Total $9,973 37 

DISTRIBUTION TO ENGINE AND DYNAMO. 

Engine $2,160 00 

Safety caps 6 00 

Dynamo 1,626 00 

Stone screenings 105 06 

Total $3,897 06 

DISTRIBUTION TO GENERAL KITCHEN. 

Tile floor $1,000 00 

Total $1,000 00 

DISTRIBUTION TO PAINTING. 

Paints, varnish, etc $167 06 

Total $167 06 



By act of the General Assembly of 1903 tlie mamtenance of 
this Hospital was placed at $101,168.00 with $160.00 per capita 
per annum for each person present over an average of 620. The 
daily attendance by months was as follows : 

1903. 

November 629.833 

December 632.258 

1904. 

January 622.096 

February ..." 623.000 

March 630.064 

April 629.600 

May 633.290 

June 632.166 

July 625.290 

August ......,.,.,, 623.064 



91 

September 624.266 

October 618.806 

Total present over an average of 620 83.733 

Fixed appropriation $101,168 00 

Sliding appropriation 1,132 33 

Total maintenance available for the year $102,300 33 

MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES- BY MONTHS. 

1903. 

November $9,885 23 

December 7,974 99 

1904. 

January 8,128 04 

February' 9,124 74 

March 9,458 32 

April 6,815 73 

May 9,920 66 

June 5,518 26 

July 9,047 39 

August 7,739 97 

September 7,753 34 

October 8,147 00 

Total expenditures $99,513 67 

Balance returned to State Treasurer 2,786 66 

Total $102,300 33 

EEPAIRS. 



By act of the General Assembly of 1903 the appropriation for 
repairs was placed at $4,000.00. This fund was expended by 
months as follows : 

1903. 

November $800 00 

December 113 34 

1904. 

January 52 06 

February 129 01 

March 95 ^4 

April 143 31 

May 173 40 

June :...., 358 25 

July 488 01 

August , 718 54 



92 

September $781 92 

October 832 91 

Total expenditures $3,985 99 

Returned to State Treasurer 14 01 

Total $4,000 00 

CLOTHING. 



Bj act of the General Assembly of 1903 the appropriation for 

Clothing was placed at $4,000. Expenditures by months were 

made as follows : 

1903. 

November '. $1,048 75 

December 176 18 

1904. 

January 261 73 

February 217 60 

March 124 71 

April 309 99 

May 189 03 

June 123 50 

July 137 83 

August 310 04 

September 163 16 

October 744 90 

Total expenditures $3,807 42 

Returned to State Treasurer 192 58 

Total $4,000 00 

LAUNDKY AND EQUIPMENT. 

The appropriation for this purpose was placed by the General 
Assembly of 1903 at $10,000. Expenditures were made as fol- 
lows: 

1903. 

December $2,700 00 

1904. 

February 2,750 00 

May 2,806 90 

May 1,634 32 

July 82 15 

Total expenditures $9,973 37 

Returned to State Treasurer 26 63 

Total , $10,000 00 



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ENGINE AND DYNAMO. 



The appropriation for this purpose was placed by the Greneral 
Assembly of 1903 at $3,900. The following expenditures were 
made by months : 

1904. 

January $2,160 00 

February 1,626 00 

June 105 06 

July 6 00 

Total expenditures $3,897 06 

Returned to State Treasurer 2 94 

Total $3,900 00 

GENEEAL KITCHEN. 



For the purpose of placing a tile floor in General Kitchen the 
General Assembly of 1903 appropriated the sum of $1,000. The 
following expenditure was made: 

1904. 
January $1,000 00 



Total $1,000 00 

PAINTING. 



The sum of $1,000 was appropriated by the General Assembly 
of 1903 for painting of buildings. During the fiscal year 1902- 
1903, $440.28 was expended for this purpose, leaving an unex- 
pended balance of $559.72. Erom this the following expenditures 

were made: 

1903-1904. 

November $92 68 

April 9 52 

September 64 86 

Total $167 06 

Expended during 1902-1903 : 440 28 

Total expenditures $607 34 

Returned to State Treasurer 392 66 

Total $1,000 00 



94 
WATER SUPPLY. 



The General Assembly of 1903 appropriated the sum of $6,500 
for water supply. This sum was insufficient and was allowed to 
revert to the State Treasury. 



EARNINGS. 



Sale of rags, bones and refuse iron $138 43 

Turned over to State Treasurer $138 43 



$138 43 $138 43 
APPROPRIATIONS, 1902-1903. 



RECEIPTS. 



Maintenance fixed $86,200 00 

Maintenance, sliding 11,434 87 

Total $97,634 87 

Repairs 4,000 00 

Clothing 2,800 00 

Painting 1,000 00 

Earnings 39 15 

Farm products 5,764 62 

Total $111,238 64 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Maintenance $97,584 21 

Balance returned 50 66 

-^ Total $97,634 87 

Repairs 4,000 00 

Clotliing 2,538 72 

Balance returned 261 28 

Painting 440 28 

Unexpended 559 72 

To State Treasurer 39 15 

Departments 5,632 62 

Farm products on hand 132 00 

Total $111,238 64 



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APPKOPKIATIONS 1903-1904. 



RECEIPTS. 

Maintenance fixed $101,168 00 

Maintenance, sliding 1,132 33 

Total $102,300 33 

Repairs 4,000 00 

Clothing 4,000 00 

Painting " 559 72 

Tile floor 1,000 00 

Dynamo and engine 3,900 00 

Laundry building and equipment 10,000 00 

Water supply 6,500 00 

Earnings 138 43 

Farm products 9,482 06 

Total $141,880 54 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Maintenance $99,513 67 

Balance returned 2,786 66 

Total $102,300 33 

Repairs , 3,985 99 

Balance returned 14 01 

Clothing 3,807 42 

Balance returned 192 58 

Painting 167 06 

Unexpended 392 66 

Tile floor 1,000 00 

Dynamo and engine 3,897 06 

Balance returned 2 94 

Laundry building and equipment 9,973 37 

Balance returned 26 63 

Water supply— allowed to revert to the State Treasury 6,500 00 

To departments :f 9,410 06 

Farm products on hand 72 00 

Earnings 138 43 

Total $141,880 54 

POPULATION a:^d per capitas. 



1903-1904. 

Average number patients daily 626.977 

Gross per capita $171,149 

Per capita excluding repairs 164.79 

Per capita excluding clothing 165.077 



96 

Per capitfi for clothing ^B.Ot 

Per capita for repairs 6.357 

Per capita for food 55.317 

Per capita for fuel, laundry and outside departments 43.21 

Per capita for salaries and wages 60.188 

Per capita for food each day .1515 



PE1CE8 PAID. 



1903-1904. 

Flour, per barrel $4 62 

Fresh beef, per cwt 6 39 

Ham, per pound 11 

Potatoes, per bushel 83i/^ 

Butter, per cwt 8 78 

Milk, per gallon I21/2 

Tea, per pound 18 

Coffee, per pound 13% 

Sugar, per cwt 4 87 

Eggs, per dozen 19 . 

Ice, per ton . 4 00 

Beans, per bushel 2 07 

FARM AND GARDEI^, 1903-1904. 



charges; 

Stock and property, October 31, 1904 

Hogs 

Tools 

Seeds and plants 

Fertilizer 

Blacksmlthing 

Feed 

Wages 

Total 

Garbage 

Total 

PRODUCTS. 

Asparagus, 97 dozen 

Beans, green, 577% bushels 

Beets, 169 bushels 

Blackberries, 71 gallons 

Cabbage, 6,425 heads 

Corn, 2,784 

Hay, lOya tons 



$883 


03 


447 


02 


29 


05 


273 


61 


2 


50 


11 


20 


82 


70 


916 


69 


$2,645 


80 


525 


00 


$3,170 


80 


$9 


70 


481 


20 


108 


80 


14 20 


321 


25 


288 


75 


84 


00 



97 

Lai'd, dry salt pork plates, pi.ffs $301 65 

Lettuce, 1,946 pounds 194 60 

Onions, 18.874 dozen 943 70 

Peas, 1,005 gallons 100 50 

Potatoes. Irish, 693 bushels 417 60 

Potatoes, sweet, 133% bushels 80 10 

Pork, .1,806 pounds. 4,968 16 

Pumpkins, 533 26 65 

Radishes, 4,789 dozen 239 45 

Rhubarb, 3,660 dozen 366 00 

Rye, 155 bushels ; 100 75 

Strawberries, 21 gallons 8 90 

Tomatoes, 488yo bushels 276 60 

Turnips, 273 bushels 77 50 

Total $9,410 06 

In addition to credit due the farm and garden for products it 
has credits as follows : ■ 

Stock and property $883 03 

Hogs 432 25 

Products 9,410 96 

Total $10,725 34 

Deduct charges 3,170 80 

Total $7,554 54 



The labor of patients is not taken into account against the farm, 
which if taken into account would materially lessen the proceeds 
of the farm and warden. 



SEWING KOOMS. 



SCHEDULE SHOWING WORK DONE DURING FISCAL YEAR, 

1902-1S03. 

Articles. Made. Mended. 

Aprons 437 42 

Bibs 4 

Bonnets 17 

Camisoles 20 52 

Cases, pillow 1,167 27 

Cases, sofa pillow 101 

Caps : 3 4 

Capes 2 

Chemises 212 19 

Cloths, bread 22 5 

7— Southern Insane. * 



98 



Articles. Made. Mended. 

Cloths, drop 2 

Cloths, hair ... 2 

Cloths, table 223 87 

Coats "' 212 

Coats, over 49 

Coats, rubber 8 

Combination suits 67 157 

Covers, corset 2 

Covers, railk 28 

Covers, sofa 1 

Curtains, door 39 

Curtains, straps .- 439 

Curtains, window 799 — 

Drawers 439 2,162 

Dresses 437 

Dresses, canvas 37 72 

Dress .skirts 1 

Gloves 47 3 

Gowns 718 

Hose 413 

Napkins 878 

Pads, bed 44 12 

Pants 1,193 

Robes, lap 4 

Rugs 1 

Sacks, clothing 16 4 

Sacks, sewage 89 

Scarfs 10 

Sheets 1,197 ^ 129 

Shirts 230 "" 789 

Shirts, night 100 

Shirts, under ■ 232 598 

Shirtwaists 7 

Skirts , 319 

Spreads 4 

Tags 505 

Ticks, bed 138 1 

Ticks, mattress '. . 126 

Ticks, pillow 356 1 

Ticks, sofa 3 

Ticks, straw 56 22 

Towels 2,986 

Vests 171 

Waists, under 67 

Window shades 133 

Wrappers 1 3 

Total 12,640 6,363 



SEWING EOOMS. 



5 




5 






147 




75 


79 


159 


4 




GO 




200 




401 




277 


1,577 


512 


265 


28 


104 



SCHEDULE SHOWING WORK DONE DURING FISCAL YEAR 

1903-1904. 

Articles. Made. Mended 

Aprons 267 24 

Articles, tagged 2,897 

Bibs 4 

Bonnets 191 

Camisoles 14 80 

Cases, pillow 1,037 5 

Caps 

Chemisos 

Cloths, drop 

Cloths, table 

Coats 

Coats, over 

Combination suits 

Covers, corset 

Curtains, door 

Curtam straps . 200 

Curtains, window . . .'' 

Drawers 

Dresses 

Dresses, canvas 

Dress skirts 11 

Gloves 24 12 

Gowns 377 

Hose 563 

Napliins 454 

Pads, bed 4 

Pants 686 

Sacks, clothing 14 1 

Sacks, sand 2 

Sacks, sewage 43 

Sacques, dressing 2 

Scarfs 152 

Scarfs, table 15 

Sheets " 947 3 

Sheets, rubber 22 

Shirts 228 625 

Shirts, night 92 

Shirts, under 450 

Shirtwaists 20 

Skirts 213 

Splashers 4 

Squares 4 

Ticks, bed 49 

Ticks, mattresses 78 20 



100 

Articles. Made. Mended, 

Ticks, pillow 46 

Ticks, straw 100 47 

Towels 2,752 

Vests ... 78 

Waists, under 195 

Window shades 40 



Total 12,082 4,923 



INVENTORY. 



FISCAL YEAR 1902-1903. 

Grounds, buildings and machinery < $570,893 71 

Movable property- 
Office;? and libraries .$3,240 58 

Reception rooms 654 97 

Superintendent's quarters 2,248 35 

Superintendent's and officers' dining rooms 468 58 

Superintendent's and officers' kitchen 376 92 

Officers' quarters . ; 1,600 45 

Dispensary and surgery 1,817 79 

Employes' quarters 4,510 23 

Employes' dining room 538 27 

General kitchen ,. . 3,306 73 

Bakery 56 64 

Assembly room 1,326 32 

Sewing rooms and marking room 433 50 

Laundry 164 42 

Ward property 42,750 14 

Power and motor houses 1,998 92 

Carpenter and paint shops 635 93 

Stable : 1,247 40 

Farm 883 03 

Hogs 667 98 

Tools and Benches on grounds 730 26 

In store 830 68 

Vegetables stored ; 132 OO 

70,620 09 

Total $641,513 80 



101 

INVENTOKY. 



FISCAL YEAR 1903-1904. 

Grounds, buildings and machinery $587,092 14 

Movable property- 
Offices and libraries $3,240 58 

Reception room 654 97 

Superintendent's quarters 2,248 35 

Superintendent's and officers' dining rooms 468 58 

Superintendent's and officers' kitchen 326 92 

Officers' quarters 1,550 45 

Dispensary and Surgery 1,767 79 

Employes' quarters 4,460 23 

Employes' dining room 488 27 

General liitchen 3,255 74 

Baker.^ 56 64 

Assembly room 1,326 32 

Sewing rooms and marking room 433 50 

Laundry 164 42 

Ward property 42,189 14 

Power and motor houses 1,998 92 

Carpenter and paint shops 635 93 

Stables 1,247 40 

Farm 883 03 

Hogs 432 25 

Tools and benches on grounds 655 26 

In store 2,990 06 

Vegetables stored 72 00 

71,546 75 

Total $658,638 89 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL REPORT 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND MEDICAL 
SUPERINTENDENT 



Eastern Indiana Hospital 



KOR THE INSANK 



EASTHAVEN, near RICHMOND, 



F'eriod. Knding October 31, 1904. 



TO THE QOVERNOR 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BUBFOBD, OONTKAOTOR FOB STATE PRINTING AND BINDING. 

1905. 



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STATE OF INDIANA, 

Executive Department, 
Indianapolis, November 29, 1904. 

Received by the Governor, examined and referred to the Auditor of State 
for verification of the financial statement. 



Office op Auditor of State, 

Indianapolis, November 29, 1904 



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The within report, so far as the same relates to moneys drawn from the 
State Treasury, has been examined and found correct. 

D. E. SHBRRICK, 

Auditor of State. 



November 29, 1904. 

Returned by the Auditor of State, -with above certificate, and trans- 
mitted to Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board of 
Commissioners of Public Printing and Binding. 

GEO. B. LOCKWOOD, 

* Private Secretary. 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, Decem- 
ber 1, 1904. 

DANIEL E. STORMS, 

Secretary of State. 



Received the within report and delivered to the printer this 1st day of 
December, 1904. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 
■ Clerk Printing Bureau. 



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EASTERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. 



1904. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

WABREN BIGLER, Wabash President. 

THOMAS A. JONES, Rushville Vice-President. 

ADAM HEIMBERGER, New Albany Treasurer. 

OFFICERS. 

SAMFEL E. SMITH, M.S., M.D., Medical Superintendent. 

PAUL S. JOHNSON, M. D Senior Assistant Physician. 

KENNETH I. JEFFRIES, M. D Junior Assistant Physician. 

M. JENNIE JENEINS, M. D Woman Physician. 

OARL W. McGAUGHEY, A. B., M. D. . .?. Medical Interne. 

JOHN P. THISTLETHWAITE Steward. 

BRADFORD HARRISON Storekeeper. 

RALPH M. STORMONT Apothecary. 

MINNIE YOUNG Secretary. 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES' REPORT. 



To Hojst. Wixfield T. Dukbin", Governor of Indiana: 

Sir — In accordance with the reqnirenients of tiie statute, the 
Board of Trustees of the Eastern Indiana Hospital for the Insane 
begs leave to submit the following report for the two years ending 
October 31, 1904: 

The Board, as organized at the beginning of the period, wdtli 
Albert G. Ogborn President, Warren Bigler Vice-President, and 
Adam Heimberger Treasurer, continued to direct the affairs of the 
Hospital until May 12, 1903, when Albert G. Ogborn retired from 
the office of Trustee by expiration of term. The vacancy thus cre- 
ated you filled by the appointment of Thomas A. Jones, of Bush- 
ville, to serve from April 4, 1903, to January 1, 1906, and the 
Board was then reorganized by the election of Warren Bigler as 
President, Thomas A. Jones as Vice-President, and Adam Heim- 
berger Treasurer. This organization has continued without change 
to this date. 

FINANCES. 

We are pleased to report the finances in good condition and that 
each year of the period was closed without any indebtedness of any 
sort, and with small balances in every fund, which were covered 
into the general fund of the State treasury. 

The regular funds consist of a maintenance fund, a repair fund, 
and a clothing fund. We are still unanimously of the opinion, as 
expressed in previous reports, that these funds would better serve 
all interests of the Institution if merged into one general fund, 
and again submit the recommendation for your consideration. 

The Institution has been well maintained and all the inmates 
amply provided for throughout the period. Supplies of good qual- 
ity have been purchased competitively, and their preservation in 
various places of storage and their distribution as needed to the 

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various departments of the Institution have been given scrupulous 
care and attention by those in immediate charge, as the several 
records show. 

The repairs have been kept up as far as the fund would permit. 
T]ie application of the limited amount set aside for the repairs of 
so many buildings and other permanent improvements, where the 
needs are so numerous, presents always a difficult problem, but we 
believe that the most urgent repairs have been made and the prop- 
erty is in good condition. 

The clothing fund, formerly fixed at $3,000 and raised to $5,000 
at the last session of the Legislature and made available for the 
past fiscal year, has been very helpful in providing a more liberal 
supply of clothing of a slightly better grade. The appearance of 
the patients is much improved. 

The several specific funds have been applied as contemplated by 
the appropriation act, except in two instances. That of $6,500 for 
improvements in the water supply was, with your knovs^ledge and 
approval, returned intact to the general fund of the State treasury, 
for the reason that it was insufficient to build the much-needed 
water tower as planned. PJans for this improvement were made 
and proposals received from several contractors, but the lowest 
bid, or combination of bids, was $8,900, not including additions 
and necessary pipe lines. It was then decided, after a conference 
with you, to permit the specific fund to revert to the general fund, 
and to recommend a specific fund of $10,000 to carry out the 
adopted plans. The fund, of $3,500 for a wagon bridge was also 
returned to the general fund, because the improvement of East- 
haven Avenue by the local township authorities had not advanced 
sufficiently to permit the construction of the proposed bridge over 
the railway tracks, and for the additional reason that there is rea- 
sonable ground for a preference for a grade crossing. We there- 
fore suggest that the fund be re-appropriated and made available 
for a crossing so that we may apply it either for an overhead 
bridge or a grade crossing, as may appear advisable. Otherwise 
the improvements authorized by these specific appropriations have 
been made and are in service. 

The sewerage purification plant fully meets a need which has 
existed for many years, and having observed its operation for a 
year we are convinced of the complete success of the system. When 



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the subject was taken up it was found on investigation that there 
was not a suitable site on the premises, and after a conference with 
YOU we purchased for this purpose an adjacent tract of 16.23 acres 
for $2,434.50, which furnished not only the desired elevations, but 
ample gravel beds as well. The system consists of a septic tank and 
four filter beds, with automatic controlling devices for transferring 
the sewage from the septic tank to the several beds. The cost of 
the plant Avas $10,198.08, including an intercepting sewer 1,600 
feet long for delivering the sewage from the old system to the new 
plant. The expenditures from this fund aggregate $14,175.05, of 
which $1,542.05 were applied for improving the plumbing. 

The specific fund for the general dining room permitted the con- 
struction of a commodious and substantial addition to the general 
dining room, at a cost of $2,972.53, wdiich nearly doubles its ca- 
pacity. 

A workshop for the use of the painter and electrician was built 
from another fund at a cost of $1,497.01. This is a brick structure 
26x40 feet, with a slate roof and two floors. 

The specific fund for the electric light plant enabled us to add 
to the plant a Westinghouse generator, 75 kilowatts, and a new 
and modern switchboard Avith all necessary connections at a cost 
of $1,477.42. 

The fiscal exhibits of the Medical Superintendent's report, here- 
with submitted, present in detail the receipts and disbursements, 
a summary of which follows: 

FISCAL YEAR 1902-1903. 
Regular Bounds- 
Drawn from the State Treasury $112,785 77 

Disbursed for maintenance $105,798 49 

Disbursed for repairs 3,988 45 

Disbursed for clotliing 2,998 83 

Total $112,785 77 $112,785 77 

Maintenance- 
Appropriation for 600 patients $99,000 00 

Appropriation for 56+ patients at $165 9,292 09 

Disbursements, Exhibits 2 and 3 $105,798 49 

Covered into general fund 2,493 60 

Total $108,292 09 $108,292 09 

Repairs- 
Appropriation $4,000 00 

Disbursements, Exhibits 4 and 5 $3,988 45 

Covered into general fund 11 55 

Total $4,000 00 $4,000 00 



Clothing- 
Appropriation $3,000 00 

Disbursements, Exhibits 6 and 7 $2,998 83 

Covered into general fund 1 17 

Total $3,000 00 $3,000 00 

FISCAL YEAR 1903-1904. 
Regular Funds- 
Drawn from State Treasury $120,997 02 

Disbursed for maintenance $111,663 88 

Disbursed for repairs 4,98-4 18 

Disbursed for clothing 4,348 96 

Total $120,997 02 $120,997 02 

Maintenance — 

Appropriation for 625 patients $104,000 00 

Appropriation for 01+ patients at $165 10,117 44 

Disbursements, Exhibits 11 and 12 $111,663 88 

Covered into general fund. 2,453 56 

Total $114,117 44 $114,117 44 

Repairs- 
Appropriation $5,000 00 

Disbursements, Exhibits 13 and 14 $4,984 18 

Covered into general fund 15 82 

Total $5,000 00 $5,000 00 

Clothing- 
Appropriation $5,000 00 

Disbursements, Exhibits 15 and 16 $4,348 96 

Covered into general fund "" 651 04 

Total $5,000 00 $5,000 00 

Specitic Funds — 

Appropriations — 

For general dining room ' $3,000 00 

For sewerage system and plumbing 15,000 00 

For electric light plant 1,500 00 

For workshop 1,500 00 

For wagon bridge 2,500 00 

For Avater supply 6,500 00 

Disbursements — 

For general dining room $2,972 53 

For sewerage system and plumbing 14,175 05 

For electric light plant 1.477 42 

For Avorkshop 1,497 01 

Total disbursements. $20,122 01 

Covered into general fund 9,877 99 

Total $30,000 00 $30,000 00 







Balances covered into the general fund of the State treasury 
on October 31, 1903, amounted to $2,500.32; on October 31, 
1904, $12,998.41. Of the latter sum $3,120.42 were balances 
from the regular funds and $9,877.99 were balances and unex- 
pended speeitic funds. 

The receipts from all sources other than the State treasury, cov- 
ered into the general fund, for the iirst year amounted to $109.69 
and for the second year $292.00. (Exhibits 8 and 21.) 

For the first year the cost per capita for maintenance was 
$161.20; for repairs, $6.07; for clothing, $4.56; for maintenance, 
repairs and clothing, $171.83. ^ , 

For the second year the co^t per capita for maintenance was 
$162.70; for repairs, $7.26; for clothing, $6.33; for maintenance, 
repairs and clothing, $176.29. 

The inventory of property on October 31, 1904, shows a valua- 
tion of $823,528.24. 

G KAL. 

The capacity of the institution was not increased during the 
period. The total number of available beds is 712. 

The enrollment jSTovember 1, 1902, was 645; admitted during 
the period, 348; discharged, 166; died, 104; enrolled October 31, 
1904, 722 ; present October 31, 1904, 704. 

The Department for Men is overcrowded, while in the Depart- 
ment for Women there are only fifteen vacancies. It is there- 
fore apparent that additional accommodations must be provided 
either in this Hospital or elsewdiere, if the deserving insane are to 
be accorded the benefits of State care. While we would prefer not 
to extend the accommodations of this Hospital beyond its present 
ca]iacity, for the general reason that the small institution has ad- 
vantages over the very large one, and for the specific reason that 
the cost of additional cottages in this Hospital will be compara- 
tively high because the central plants must be proportionately en- 
larged, yet we realize the sound objections to a multiplicity of State 
institutions, and should the policy of enlarging this and other 
similar institutions of the State be adopted we commend for your 
consideration the recommendations of the Medical Superin- 
tendent's report for the construction of three additional cottages 
and the necessary extension of the central plants, to be followed 
by the plan of colonization. 



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We also believe that an institution for epileptics would be justi- 
fied and would afford much relief to this Hospital, both by permit- 
ting the transfer of its insane epileptics to the new institution and 
by relieving the heavy pressure for the admission of others now 
confined in county asylums and jails. 



RECOMMENDATIONS. 

We respectfully recommend the following appropriations for 
the ensuing biennial period: 

Regular Funds — 

1. $116,000 annually for the maintenance of 700 patients, and $165 per 

capita for any excess. 

2. $6,000 annually for repairs. 

3. $5,000 annually for clothing. 

Specific Funds — 

1. For tile floors and plumbing $2,000 00 

2. For laundry equipment 1,400 00 

3. For engineer's worlishop 1,600 00 

4. For addition to the greenhouse 1,500 00 

5. For farm buildings 7,200 00 

6. For additional oflices. 7,500 00 

7. For water supply 10,000 00 

8. For railway crossing 2,500 00 

9. For additions to cottages (j and H and C and D 1,800 00 

Total for major improvements $35,500 00 

10. If deemed advisable to enlarge the capacity, three cottages— two 

for men and one for women — will be necessary and will cost 
$85,000, and 'extensions to the central plants are estimated to 
require $3.5,000 additional. 

In conclusion, we are pleased to be able to report a satisfactory 
condition of the Institution in all its departments, and the belief 
that substantial progress in several directions has been made dur- 
ing the period. The patients have received good care and medical 
attention, and therefore the purpose of the Institution has been 
accomplished. The funds have been applied with a conscientious 
regard for economy and the ends contemplated, and not least, it is 
a source of very great comfort and satisfaction to advise you that 
the members of this Board have worked in harmony and unanimity 
in all things pertaining to the Institution to such a degree that we 



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have found positive pleasure in discharging the responsible duties 
which you have assigned us. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WAEREN BIGLEE, 
THOMAS A. JOI^ES, 
ADAM HEIMBERGER, 

Board of Trustees. 
Easthaven, November 14, 1904. 



MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT. 



To the Board of Trustees: 

Gentlemen — I beg leave to submit the following report of tlii= 
Hospital for the biennial period ending October 31, 1904: 



MOVEMENTS OF PATIENTS. 



FISCAL YEAR 1902-1903. 



Men. Women. Total. 



Enrolled October 31, 1092 325 320 

Admitted . . . . • 99 

Discharged 38 

Recovered 19 

Improved 18 

Unimproved 1 

Died 32 

Enrolled October 31, 1903 354 

Average number present 333.53 322.77 



645 



Average number enrolled 



,342.23 



81 


180 


44 


82 


26 


44 


18 


36 


1 


2 


17 


49 


340 


694 


322.77 


656.3 


332.19 


674.42 



FISCAL YEAR 1903-1904. 



Men. "Women. Total. 



Enrolled October 31, 1903 354 

Admitted 84 

Discharged 46 

Recovered 22 

Improved 20 

Unimproved 3 

Not insane , 1 

Died 35 

Enrolled October 31, 1904 357 

Average number present 344.07 

Average number enrolled 355.53 



340 


694 


84 


168 


38 


84 


17 


39 


20 


40 


1 


4 





1 


21 


56 


365 


722 


342.24 


686.31 



350.36 



705.89 



MEDICAL HISTORY, 

The highest enrolled dnring the period was 728 ; the lowest, 
645. The highest nmnber present was 704; the lowest, 635. 

Since the opening of the Hospital, Angust 1, 1890, 2,185 
patients have been admitted, of whom 1,144 were men and 1,041 

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were women. Of this number 498 were discharged recovered, 308 
improved, 47 unimjjroved, 11 idiotic, 16 not insane, 30 transferred 
to other hospitals, and 553 died while under treatment. 

The number under treatment during the first year of the period 
was 825 — 424 men and 320 women; during the second year 862 — ■ 
438 men and 424 women. 

Admissions. During the first year there were 180 admissions — 
99 men and 81 Avomen. Of this number 102 were classified as pre- 
sumably curable and Y8 as incurable. Of the curable conditions, 
41, or 40 per cent., were cases of melancholia in acute forms ; 47, 
or 46 per cent., cases of mania in acute forms ; 3, or nearly 3 per 
cent., cases of acute confusional insanity; 12, or 11 per cent., were 
cases of toxic insanity. Of the incurable conditions 22 were cases of 
chronic mania, 4 recurrent mania, 25 chronic dementia, 3 dementia 
with paralysis, 13 paretic dementia, 2 paranoia, 5 epileptic de- 
mentia, and 3 organic dementia. 

During the second year there were admitted 84 men and 84 
women, total 168. Of this number 73 were classified as presum- 
ably curable cases, 94 as incurable and 1 not insane. Of the cur- 
able conditions 37, or 50 per cent., were cases of melancholia in 
acute forms ; 30, or 41 per cent., cases of mania in acute forms, and 
6, or 8 per cent., cases of toxic insanity. Of the incurable con- 
ditions 25 were cases of chronic mania, 5 recurrent mania, 23 
chronic dementia, 3 dementia with paralysis, 14 paretic dementia, 
6 organic dementia, 10 paranoia, and 9 epileptic dementia. 

Of the presumably curable cases admitted during the period 28, 
or 16 per cent., were recurrent in character, 22 being second ad- 
missions and 6 third admissions. 

The ages of the 348 admitted are classified as follows: Thirteen 
were under 20 years, 73 were between 20 and 30 years, 93 between 
30 and 40 years, 84 between 40 and 50 years, 53 between 50 and 
60 years, 18 between 60 and 70 years, and 14 were over 70 years. 
" The duration of disease, according to the history obtained, was 
three months or less in 157 cases, six months in 28 cases, nine 
months in 13 cases, one year in 37 cases, two years in 26 cases, 
three years in 27 cases, four years in 2 cases, and five years or over 
in 58 cases. 

As to nativity, 15 were foreign born and 333 were natives of 
the United States. 



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Discharged Cases. The number discharged during the first year 
was 82 — 38 men and 44 women. Of these 44 were recovered, 36 
improved and 2 unimproved. Of the 44 recovered, 19 were men 
and 25 were women. The number recovered represented 24.4 per 
cent, of the admissions, 27.6 per cent, of the whole number of pre- 
sumably curable cases under treatment, and 48.8 per cent, of the 
presumably curable cases admitted during the year. 

There were discharged during the second year of the period 46 
men and 38 women; total, 84. Of these 39 were discharged as re- 
covered, 40 improved, 4 unimproved, and 1 not insane. Of the 
recovered 22 were men and 17 women. The number recovered 
was 23.1 per cent,, of the number of admissions during the year, 
24.8 per cent, of the whole number of presumably curable cases 
under treatment during the year, and 58.2 per cent, of the number 
of presumably curable cases admitted during the year. 

The psychoses of those recovered during the period were melan- 
cholia in 19 cases, acute mania in 39 cases, hystero-mania in 1 case, 
chronic mania in 12 cases, recurrent mania in 3 cases, acute con- 
fusional insanity in 2 cases, and toxic insanity in 8 cases. 

The approximate ages of the recovered were as follows: Three 
were under 2(> years, 24 between 20 and 30 3'ears, 19 between 30 
and 40 years, 25 between 40 and 50 years, 11 between 50 and 60 
years, and 2 were over 60 years. 

There were discharged improved during the period 38 men and 
38 women; total, 76; unimproved, 4 men and 2 women; total, 6; 
not insane, 1 man. 

Mortality Record. During the first year there were 49 deaths 
— 32 men and 17 Avomen, or 5.9 per cent, of the whole number 
under treatment. During the second year there were 56 deaths — 
35 men and 21 women, or 6.4 per cent, of the whole number under 
treatment. Of the 105 deaths during the period 25, or 23.8 per 
cent., occurred in cases of paretic dementia and 12, or 11.4 per 
cent., were due to tuberculosis. One death was due to the poison- 
ous effect of carbolic acid and one was a deliberate suicide by a 
working patient, who jumped in front of a moving railway train. 

The medical tables accompanying this report present in detail 
the history of the movements of patients during the period. 

Oeneral. The medical work of the period has steadily advanced 
in the direction of individual treatment, and the care of the acute 



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cases has received the special and unremitting attention of the 
medical staff, with very gratifying results. The service of the Hos- 
pital cottages, noted in the last biennial report, which is especially 
directed for thetreatment of the sick and such acute mental cases 
as require bed treatment, continue a source of incalculable benefit 
and comfort. Under the improved classification, these cottages 
offer to the sick a quiet, restful retreat, with the best sanitary con- 
ditions, and a good general hospital equipment, free from the 
irritating and annoying features of the general ward, which only 
a sick and nervous person can appreciate. This betterment of the 
medical service and nursing, as well as other advances in classi- 
fication, effected during the past few years by certain single-room 
construction, emphasize the value and advantages of specialized 
cottages for small groups of cases, which should be a feature of the 
plans for any future extensions. 

The subject of case-taking has received more than the usual 
amount of attention dviring the period, and t^e card system, intro- 
duced several years ago, has been fairly well worked out. Cer- 
tainly the records have been kept up to date, and show quite 
thorough examinations. The active interest evinced by all mem- 
bers of the medical staff in this work is commendable. The addi- 
tion lately made to the staff of a medical interne for the Depart- 
ment for Men has furnished valued aid in that department and 
permitted more time to be given to the record making. Examina- 
tions are promptly made of each admitted case, without exception, 
and the established order is then followed as the exigencies of the 
case demands or permits. Occasionally the condition of an actively 
maniacal case prevents certain physical examinations outlined by 
the system, which must be deferred for a time, but sooner or later 
these are made and the record completed. The woman physician, 
as heretofore, continues to make the gynecological examinations 
and keeps in touch with each patient in the Department for 
Women so long as she remains in the Institution. The medical 
and psychological treatment indicated is instituted, and continued 
faithfully, resulting in recovery in a fair proportion of cases, and 
improvement or at least an amelioration of symptoms in the ma- 
jority. We are sensible of the heavy responsibility resting upon 
lis in the treatment of our patients, and strive to the best of our 
knowledge and abilities to relieve their distressed condition and 



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to do whatever has to be done early in the history 'of the case. 
True, many admissions are too long delayed by the relatives and 
friends, due doubtless to the belief in the so-called stigma attach- 
ing to legal commitment, but however late, something may yet be 
and is accomplished in nearly all cases. The psychological treat- 
ment is based upon the fundamental fact of a disordered attention 
which must be diverted in some instances and awakened and de- 
veloped in others, by whatever means we ma}- be able to devise, in 
the way of imjjressing new subjects upon the patient by occupation, 
amusement and whatnot. It follows, therefore, and experience 
justifies it, that the chronic cases are not entirely without hope 
and promise something, and they must not be abandoned to the 
darkness of complete dementia. 

During the past period we have demonstrated to the good of 
more than one patient, and to our own satisfaction, the possi- 
bilities of patient and persistent effort directed day after day 
through weeks towards the development of the attention of the 
apparently hopeless dement. While the <lay is not come when it 
may be said that every chronic case of insanity is a standing re- 
proach to the medical profession,. yet in the light of the advanced 
steps made in psychistry during the past few years it may come, 
but meantime we can not gainsay some reflection in every case, 
called chronic by reason of an arbitrary rule of duration, which 
has been denied a trial of treatment, medical and psychological, 
intelligently and conscientiously applied during a long period of 
time. Every alienist knows something of the gratifying results 
and surprises which occasionally come from the management of 
so-called incurables, not excepting even the psychoses of degenera- 
tion, which are sometimes checked in their downward progress for 
a period of time, .rarely indefinite, and it follows naturally that, 
as such experiences multiply, the tendency to narrow the incurable 
class grows. Hence we endeavor not to limit effort to the recent 
cases, but to include every case which comes to us. 

The amount of restraint, mechanical and chemical, apjjlied dur- 
ing the period has been comparatively small. The use of power- 
ful hypnotics has been occasionally but not often required, and 
the aim has been to resort to them only in exceptional cases, be- 
cause of their tendency to mask symptoms and the depressing 
secondary effects. Tor purj)oses of mechanical restraint a special 
sheet has been used ^viih. very satisfactory results, probably more 



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frequently than heretofore. In cases approaching exhaustion from 
maniacal excitation and the extreme restlessness of advanced 
paretic dementia, this method of restraint has been a boon to the 
patient and a very great relief to the anxiety of the management. 

Tuberculosis. There has been no increase in the number of 
cases of tuberculosis during the period. Only seven demonstrated 
cases are under treatment, which is exactly the same number pres- 
ent at the beginning of the period. The death rate, however, shows 
a reduction, being 11.4 per cent, of all deaths during the period as 
against 14 per cent, for the preceding, and 25 per cent, for the next 
preceding period-. This result is due solely to the observance of 
simple sanitary rules and not to any specific medication. The num- 
ber of cases present is probably as small as we may ever expect to 
have in a population of 725. We can never be free from the dis- 
ease, because infection has occurred prior to admission, and our 
only expectation is to prevent the admitted cases from becoming 
centers of infection within the wards of the institution. 

Heredity. In the study of the histories of the admitted cases of 
the period the element of heredity has been brought to the atten- 
tion of the staff with unusual and startling frequency. Omitting 
statistics, the number of cases received or authentically reported 
with a consanguineous relationship with patients now present or 
previously enrolled is so large as to give rise to uncomfortable fore- 
bodings. Whether this condition is a legitimate sequence of a 
growing population, or whether there exists an inexplicable affinity 
between neurotic families, is not apparent; but it is significant of 
a degree of ignorance and indifference to the simplest sociological 
principles which sooner or later must demand the most serious 
consideration of our lawmakers. Were the evil confined to the 
unlettered there might be hope in a wider dissemination of knowl- 
edge upon the subject of the preservation of the species, such as 
is already a familiar guide to the average live-stock grower, but 
unfortunately the well-informed, and not infrequently the college- 
bred, are equally culpable and evince such a total indifference to 
consanguineous and neurotic marriages, which result in so much 
degeneracy, that it is certain the individual can not be trusted with 
the problem and that a higher authority must be 'invoked to work 
it out and lay down and enforce some positive rules for the pro- 
tection of society. 

2 — Eastern Insane. 



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Sanitation. During the past winter ten cases of pneumonia de- 
veloped in rapid succession, with a mortality of four resulting di- 
rectly from the disease or its sequelae. There were, also, five cases 
of erysipelas during the winter months of the last year, and by iso- 
lation and thorough disinfection there was no further spread of the 
infection. Otherwise there were no acute inf ectio-us diseases of any 
kind to occasion any anxiety or alarm. The vaccination of patients 
continues a requirement of admission, and no difficulty has been 
experienced in enforcing the rule. The important sanitary im- 
provements made during the period were the equipment of several 
water closets and bath rooms in the Department for Women, with 
new fixtures and white vitreous tile fioors, and the construction of 
a complete sewage purification plant, both of which are described 
in detail elsewhere in this report. The small stream hitherto pol- 
luted by the institution's sewage and a menace to public health is 
now clear and clean and its waters contain no more organic matter 
than the average brook. While this improvement has required a 
large expenditure of funds, the results liaA^e justified it. 

The jilumbing is generally in good condition, but the work of 
improving the floors of other bath roonis and closets must be con- 
tinued until all are laid with hard tile or its equivalent. Before 
the end of another biennial period it is hoped that this work may 
be completed. The policy of replacing sanitary fixtures as they 
become old or broken with solid porcelain ware iias proven wise 
and will be adhered to. 

The water supply continues abundant and a careful analysis 
lately made proves it of high quality. Tor its future protection, 
however, certain improvements are needed, but an appropriation 
provided by the last Legislature proved insufficient to fully carry 
out the proposed plans and the fund has been returned to the State 
treasury with the recommendation that a larger appropriation be 
made for the same purpose for the ensuing biennial period. The 
average daily consumption of water for all purposes is now approxi- 
mately 115,000 gallons, or 110 gallons per capita. 

Amusements and Occupation. The entertainments for the 
patients have continued much the same in variety and number as 
heretofore. The weekly dances develop more general interest than 
any other form of amusement, and for this reason they were not 
suspended as heretofore during the summer months of the past 



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period. The weekly baseball games have awakened no little enthu- 
siasm among both patients and attendants, and have made the 
Saturday afternoons something of a holiday. The dramatic and 
musical entertainments have been kept up and the important holi- 
days of the year have been commemorated in some fitting manner. 
Four pianos were lately added to the wards, and, as always, they 
afford much appreciated means of entertainment to a large number 
of persons. The religious services conducted by ministers of Rich- 
mond on invitation are always helpful and well attended. !Never 
have the patients lived more in the open air during the mild 
Aveather than during the period. The park offers an inviting resort 
to those unemployed and the additional freedom possible there is 
both enjoyed and helpful, and affords pleasing relief from the re- 
strictions of ward life. 

It has been possible to find employment in the various depart- 
ments of the institution for an unusually large number of able- 
bodied patients who are always benefited by occupation. This sub- 
ject is one requiring the constant attention of the medical officers. 
The finding of some work fitted to the patients is not an easy task, 
when so many must be considered, and moreover, our zeal to carry 
out a policy in the virtues of which we have much faith occasion- 
ally receives a rude and sudden check when the unforseen happens, 
as it did during the past year in the form of a fatality, self planned 
and executed by a trusted working patient. While such an experi- 
ence serves to increa.-c caution, it does not remove the conviction 
that idleness is harmful, and if the greatest good is accomplished 
the attention must be developed and held upon simple and whole- 
some subjects. Certainly these patients can not be constantly 
confined indoors to remain permanent victims of distressing intro- 
spection and subjects of misdirected energies. 

FINANCES. 

The regular appropriations for the fiscal year ending October 
31, 1903, were the following: 

Maintenance for 600 patients .^OD.OOO 00 

Maintenance for 5G+ patients at !fl6.5 9,292 09 

Total maintenance fund !pi08.292 09 

Repairs 4.000 00 

Clothing 3.000 00 



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The total disbursements were $112,785.77, Exhibits 2, 4 and 6. 
and are classified as follows : 

Subsistence $37,819 24 

Trustees' and officers' salaries 9,209 57 

Attendants' wages 20,575 55 

Employes' wages 14,814 41 

Fuel, light and other expenditures 23,379 72 

Clothing 2,998 83 

Repairs 3,988 45 

Unexpended balances in these funds aggregating $2,506.32 
were covered into the general fund of the State treasury. 

Cost per capita for maintenance $161 20 

Cost per capita for repairs 6 07 

Cost per capita for clothing 4 5G 

Cost per capita for maintenance, repairs and cloth^ 

Ing 171 83 

Cost of food for each day's board ' 13 

During the year, expenditures amounting to $12,304.17 were 
made from the several specific funds, and these are set forth in 
the report for the second year of the period. 

Eor the fiscal year ending October 31, 1904, the following ap- 
propriations were available: 

Maintenance for 625 patients $104,000 00 

Maintenance for 61+ patients at $165 10,117 44 

Total maintenance fund, $114,117 44 

Repairs 5,000 .00 

Clothing 5,000 00 

Specific funds. . '. 30,000 00 

The total disbursements for all purposes were $141,119.03, Ex- 
hibits 11, 13 and 15, and are classified as follows: 

Subsistence $35,266 79 

Trustees' and officers' salaries 9,707 00 

Attendants' wages 20,938 87 

Employes' wages 15,205 01 

Fuel, light and other expenditures . , . . . . 30,486 21 

Clothing -. 4,348 96 

Repairs 4,984 18 

Specific purposes 20,122 01 

There were covered into the general fiuid of the State treasury 
unexpended balances amounting to $12,998.41, of which $3,120.42 
were from the regular funds and $9,877.99 from the specific funds. 



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Cost per capita for maintenance ?1G2 70 

Cost per capita for repairs 7 2G 

Cost per capita for clotliing 6 33 

Cost per capita for maintenance, repairs and cloth- 
ing . 176 29 

Cost of food for eacli day's board 117 

The total specific funds amounted to $30,000.00. The expendi- 
tures aggregate $20,122.01 and are detailed in Exhibits 17 to 20, 
inclusive, and balanees amounting to $9,877.99 were unexpended 
and returned to the general fund of the State treasury. The latter 
sum includes the two funds — $2,500 for a wagon bridge and 
$6,500 for changes in the water supply — which were not drawn 
upon at all, for reasons elsewhere reported. Otherwise the spe- 
cific funds have been applied as contemplated and have secured 
decided improvements to the sanitary equipment by the addition 
of a complete sewage purification plant and needed changes in the 
plumbing, and permitted the enlargement of the employes' din- 
ing room, an extension of the electric light plant and the construc- 
tion of a convenient workshop for the painter and electrician. 

The receipts from all sources other than the appropriations, 
including sales, were $109.69 for the first year and $292.60 for the 
last year of the period (Exhibits 8 and 21). The amounts were 
paid into the general fund of the State treasury and reported semi- 
annually in detail to the Governor, as is required by the statute. 

The inventories of the property on October 31, 1903, and Oc- 
tober 31, 1904, are presented in summaries as Exhibits 9 and 22. 
The latter shows a valuation of $823,528.24, which is an increase 
of $16,992.24 over the previous year by reason of the improve- 
ments made under the specific appropriations. 

The Institution has been maintained within the appropriations 
set apart for the purpose and each year closed without indebtedness 
of any kind. While the maintenance fund was insufiicient at times 
to permit certain desired improvements in the service and some 
additions to the equipment, the usual standard of care has been 
well maintained and the personal property is in good condition 
and some additions have been made to it. The most serious prob- 
lem of the period was the question of wages. The fund allows 
such a narrow margin for expenditures for the various classes of 
supplies and services that it permits little or no flexibility in the 
rate of wages, regardless of the conditions in outside lines of trade. 



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where wages are regulated by the law of supply and demand. 
As a result of the inability to vary the wages to meet conditions, 
at times some difficulties were experienced in securing promptly 
the desired labor, but after the adoption of a scale of wages based 
upon length of service these difficulties were lessened but not 
wholly removed. 

The additions to the household equipment have not been as 
many as were desired, although a liberal supply of large floor rugs 
were purchased each year, four pianos were added diiring the last 
year, and some additional furniture was purchased. 

The maintenance appropriation for the ensuing year is, as last, 
$104,000 for 625 patients and $165 per capita for any excess. 
This should be the basis for the appropriations for the ensuing 
biennial period. It is as low as it ever should be made and no re- 
duction can be made without a corresponding sacrifice of standard 
of service. 

The cost of repairs for the first year was $3,988.45 and 
$4,984.18 for the second year. The difference in the cost was due 
wholly to the amount of the fixed funds, being $4,000 for one year 
and $5,000 for the other, and not to the number and kind of repairs 
needed. Even a repair fund of $5,000 is insufficient and it should 
be increased at least to $6,000. This work, of course, can never 
be completed, but the fund should be large enough to keep the per- 
manent improvements in good condition and permit no deteriora- 
tion of the property. At the same time it is again suggested that 
this appropriation should be made for repairs and minor improve- 
ments, and not limited to repairs only. Minor improvements are 
as essential and unavoidable as repairs and maintenance and must 
be made, and hence it is only just that legal recognition be given 
them. 

The e!xpenditures for clothing the first year were $2,998.82 and 
for the second year $4,348.96. The fund was limited to $3,000 
for one year, but was v;isely increased to $5,000 for the second. 
This additional allowance has permitted the purchase of a slightly 
better grade of clothing than heretofore was used, and the im- 
proved appearance of it upon the patients justifies the additional 
cost. The fund for the ensuing year is $5,000 and it should be 
continued as long as the population is approximately the same as 
now. • 



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Insurance. There has been no increase in the amount of in- 
surance carried upon the property. A total of $24,300 only is in 
force. Of this anionnt $13,500 covers the laundry building and its 
contents, and $10,800 is placed upon the farm buildings and con- 
tents. As compared with the total valuation of the property this 
insurance is insignificant, but it covers the buildings most exposed, 
and the management does not feel authorized, in view of the State's 
policy upon the subject, and without specific appropriation for the 
purj)ose, to increase it. 

Fire Protection, i^o new apparatus has been added, but the 
hose of the stand-pipes within the cottages has been put in service- 
able condition by renewals wherever it showed signs of deteriora- 
tion and many of the hand extinguishers were repaired and charged 
afresh. Four hundred feet of heavy rubber-covered cotton hose 
were purchased to supplement the old supply. While there is 
rarely if ever any necessity to use this apparatus, it deteriorates 
with age and requires replacing from time to time. The chemical 
engines are in good condition and always ready for service. 

Specific Funds. The Legislature of 1903 made the following 
appropriations for specific purposes: 

1. For general dining-room .?3,000 00 

2. For sewerage system and plnmbing 1.5,000 00 

3. For electric light plant 1,500 00 

4. For workshop 1,500 00 

5. For wagon bridge 2,500 00 

G. For water snpply G,500 00 

One-half of the sum of these appropriations was made available 
June 1, 1903, and the remainder December 1, 1903. With the 
exception of the appropriations for a wagon bridge and for addi- 
tions to the water system, which for reasons elsewhere given were 
not used, the funds have been applied for the purposes contem- 
plated for the improvement and e:^tension of the equipment only. 
There were no funds provided for. increasing the capacity. 

General Dining-rooni. The employes' dining-room in the rear 
center, a part of the original construction, was enlarged by the 
construction of an addition on its west side. Owing to the necessity 
of likewise extending the basement and the fact that part of the 
west wall of the rear center required removal and the substitu- 
tion of a heavv iron lintel to carry the second floor, used as an 



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assembly hall, the improvement, as was expected, proved expen- 
sive. The construction in the main was done under contract made 
with William "Wagner & Son after the consideration of competi- 
tive bids, and the plumbing, painting and electric light work were 
completed by the regular force. The addition consists of a room 
23 feet wide and 29 feet long, with a scullery at one side 10 by 16 
feet. Encaustic tile floors were laid throughout on concrete foun- 
dations supported by iron I beams. The capacity of this dining- 
room is now ample for the present population and simplifies what 
was formerly a vexatious problem in seating and service. The cost 
was $2,972.53, as appears in Exhibit 17, and is classified as fol- 
lows: 

Contract construction $2,581 50 

Drawings 95 00 

Cement floor and drains 64 09 

Plumbing 117 40 

Glass 14 02 

Ventilators 11 60 

Steam radiators 88 92 

Total $2,972 53 

Seiuerage System and Plumbing. A specific appropriation of 
$15,000 authorized an improvement in the sewerage system, which 
had been under consideration for a number of years. Since the 
opening of the Hospital in 1890 the sewage has polluted the waters 
of Clear Creek, a very small stream, into which it flowed inter- 
rupted only by sludge vats to a degree which justified the com- 
plaints of our neighbors and the criticism of the public health 
authorities. The plan submitted to the Legislative committee con- 
templated a septic tank and a system of filter beds on the site 
undetermined. A further and more detailed consideration of the 
subject, based upon the best information obtainable, convinced 
the management that this plan was best adapted to meet the pecu- 
liar requirements of the institution notwithstanding it required the 
purchase of additional land for a site. Eor this purpose a tract of 
land 16.23 acres in extent, located south of the Pennsylvania Rail- 
way track, was selected and purchased for $2,434.50. This land 
was not only the nearest available site, but was also peculiarly 
fitted for the purpose by reason of including a gravel bank of some 
three acres, from which necessary materials for the filter beds and 



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concrete construction were drawn. The low land of the tract fur- 
nished the site for the plant as well as sufficient area for broad 
irrigation should it ever be found desirable to so supplement the 
filter beds. The stream running through this land furnished a con- 
venient outlet for the effluent. 

Drawings and specifications were prepared by E. L. Sackett, 
C. E., of Earlham College, for an intercepting sewer, a septic tank, 
four filter beds and irrigation system, on which competitive bids 
were received and contracts severally awarded. 

The intercef)ting sewer is 1,535 feet long, of which 535 feet are 
ten-inch cast iron pipe and the remainder vitrified pipe of the same 
size, laid at an average depth of 9 feet 9 inches, and supplied with 
the necessary man-holes and lamp-holes. It intercepts the old 
sewer near the Women's Hospital. 

The septic tank, 20 by 67 feet, is made of concrete surmounted 
by brick gables, covered with a slate roof, and divided into three 
apartments — a grit chamber, a septic chamber, and a dosing cham- 
ber. In the latter is located an ingenious automatic device which 
controls and records the dosage for the filter beds. The tank was 
constructed by William Wagner & Son and the controlling device 
by W. S. Shields, of Chicago, at a cost of $2,653.35. 

The filter beds are four in number, enclosed by a concrete retain- 
ing wall 3|- to 4-J feet high, in the form of a quadrangle, 206 feet 
wide and 208 feet long, or a little more than an acre. The filter 
is made of gravel and sand, the coarsest being placed in a layer one 
foot deep at the bottom, beneath which are laid lines of six-inch 
drain tile 16 feet 4 inches apart, which debouch into a twelve-inch 
trunk, and through which the effluent finds its way into Clear 
Creek. The elevation of the dosing chamber of the septic tank 
is higher than that of the filter beds, and distribution of the sewage 
over the filter beds is uniformly eft'ected by gravity through open 
cypress flumes. The cost of the filter beds was $4,249. 

The irrigating system is intended only to supplement the main 
plant in the event it may be necessary or desirable, and consists of 
lines of tile so laid that the sewage, before treatment, may be dis- 
tributed over certain sections of lowland which are thoroughly 
underdrained. 

The plant has been protected against possible damage by over- 
flow of the creek by providing a straight course for the latter, and 
the construction of a levee on its west bank. 



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From the main sewer the sewage is first received into the grit 
chamber, where any sand, rags and the like are intercepted. Thence 
it passes into the septic chamber, where it stands for several hours 
and where an important septic change is wrought through the 
agency of bacteria, thriving without air and light, which liquify 
and reduce the solid portions to the extent that the effluent, while 
discolored, carries no sludge over and into the next or dosing cham- 
ber. This chamber has a capacity of 5,000 gallons, but may be 
regulated to automatically discharge its contents in doses of 3,000 
to 5,000 gallons every hour in rotation upon the four filter beds, 
where the septic process began and partly accomplished in the sep- 
tic tank is continued by the aid of bacteria which thrive on light 
and air, and which adhere to the small particles of sand and come 
in contact wuth the sewage as it slowly percolates through the filter, 
carrying down with it air with the oxygen necessary for its reduc- 
tion. The effluent, colorless and odorless, then is carried off 
through the common drain into the stream. The process of dosing 
the filter beds in rotation afi'ords a period of rest of about three 
hours for each bed, thereby giving ample time for the desired bac- 
teriological action. Each bed receives, under the present adjust- 
ment, about 20,000 gallons, or a total for all four of about 80,000 
gallons of sewage every twenty-four hours. 

The plant has been in active operation for one year and the 
results have been entirely satisfactory. It operates automatically, 
requires no expenditures for chemicals or special supervision and 
leaves nO' residue of sludge to be removed. The cost of mainte- 
nance so far has been practically nothing. The process of purifica- 
tion is nature's method. The very same reduction of the offensive 
sewage and by the very same agencies, which heretofore have 
worked it over, rendering it inoffensive in the course of several 
miles down and alotig Clear Creek, occurs in this plant, and much 
less time is required in which to accomplish the same end. 

Careful chemical analyses of the sewage show that 84 per cent, 
of the organic matter as albuminoid ammonia is removed by the 
process and that the effluent is nearly as pure as the water of the 
stream into which it flows. 

The cost of the plant, including the land, was $12,632.58, classi- 
fied as follows: 



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Land $2,434 50 

Engiueer 430 95 

Advertising 14 G7 

Intercepting sewer . . 2,082 55 

Filter beds 4,253 50 

Septic tanli 2,558 35 

Drains 409 76 

Grading and levee 448 30 

Total : $12,632 58 

The Same specific fund iDermitted important changes and im- 
provements in the plmiibing, chiefly in the Department for 
Women, where the sanitary fixtures with necessary supplies and 
wastes of eight water-closets were renewed and certain changes and 
repairs in the plumbing of six bath-rooms were made, l^ew tile 
floors were laid in all these rooms with tile supplied from the re- 
pair fund. Solid porcelain fixtures v/ere used wherever it was 
necessary to remove the old. All the vent stacks of these rooms 
were taken down and rebuilt. IS^ew lavatories of solid porcelain 
were put in the Men's Hospital and fixtures for other closets and 
hath-rooms were purchased and will be put in place as soon as the 
tile floors are provided. The cost of this work was $556.72 for 
labor and $985.75 for materials. 

The expenditures from this fund appear in Exhibit 18, and the 
following is a summary: 

Land $2,424 50 

Sewage purification plant 10,198 08 

Plumbing 1,542 47 

Total $14,175 05 

Electric Light Equipment. The appropriation of $1,500 in- 
tended to increase the capacity of the electric light plant was used 
for the purchase of a new generator and switch-board. The dynamo 
was made by the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Com- 
pany and installed by R. S. Ashe, Richmond, and cost $994.42. 
It is a belted machine with a capacity of 600 amperes at 125 volts- 
The switch-board was also installed by R. S. Ashe at a cost of 
$385. It is complete, convenient and conforms in all respects with 
the underwriters' requirements. This new apparatus displaces a 
small Edison machine, which was a part of the original equipment 
and hence had been in service many years. The power plant is now 



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ample in capacity for present needs and consists of two units, either 

of which can for a limited time at least, furnish sufficient current 

to illuminate the entire Hospital. 

The disbursements from this fund, Exhibit 19, w^ere as follows: 

Generator $994 42 

Switcli-board 385 00 

Dynamo belt 98 00 

Total $1,477 42 

Worlcsliop. The appropriation of $1,500 permitted fhe con- 
struction of a brick building, 26 by 40 feet, with a slate roof. The 
foundation was made of concrete, as was also- the floor of the lower 
room. This structure provides a large room on the ground floor 
for a painter's shop and a commodious room in the attic for an 
electrical room. It is heated by steam and wired for electric lights. 
The construction was done under the direction of the head car- 
penter and cost $1,497.01. Exhibit 20 sets forth in detail the ex- 
penditures from this fund and are summarized as follows: 

Brickwork $528 35 

Slate, tin and galvanized iron worlc 225 00 

Cement w.ork 194 20 

Hardware and glass 113 44 

Lumber and millwork 240 97 

Carpentry 94 50 

Cut-stone work :^ 73 25 

Sewer pipe 27 30 

Total $1,497 01 

Wagon Bridge. A specific appropriation of $2,500 was avail- 
able for a bridge, proposed to span the right-of-way of the Penn- 
sylvania Eailway Company in front of the Administration build- 
ing, to permit entrance to the grounds over Easthaven avenue, a 
new driveway laid out and partly improved by the county authori- 
ties. The improvement is much needed, but the avenue has not yet 
been completed, and until it is the management believes that no 
expenditures should be made for a crossing. Hence the fund re- 
mains intact and is returned to the State treasury with the recom- 
mendation that it be continued for the ensuing biennial period with 
authority to apply it for a crossing, either a bridge or grade, as 
may be deemed advisable by the management. 

Water Supply. The aim of the appropriation of $6,500 for im- 
provements in the water supply was to provide, in lieu of three old 



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cisterns in bad condition for several years past and located dis- 
advantageonsly, a water tower of sufficient capacity to meet any 
emergency at any honr of the day or night. The authorizing act 
required that the fund be applied under the direction of the Gov- 
ernor. 

Plans and specifications were prepared for a steel tower, en- 
closed with brick, sixteen feet in diameter and 100 feet high, on 
which bids were received. The lowest proposal received was 
$8,743, and this did not include necessary changes in the old 
Avater mains, or house connections. Since the best proposition was 
so far in excess of the appropriation of $6,500 it was, after a con- 
ference with the Governor, concluded to make no contract and 
return the fund to the State treasury with the recommendation 
that the next Legislature increase it sufficiently to carry out the 
plans agreed upon. 

Recapitulation of Specific Funds- 
Total specific appropriations $30,000 00 

Disbursements- 
Addition to general dining room $2,972 53 

Sewerage system and plumbing 14,175 05 

Electric light equipment 1,477» 42 

Workshop 1,497 01 

Total disbursements 20,122 01 

Balance covered into State Treasury.. . $9,877 99 

Repairs and Minor Improvements. The repairs d\iring the pe- 
riod were many but of a minor character, and no extensive im- 
provements were made except as provided for by specific appro- 
priations and noted elsewhere in this report. The general condi- 
tion of the permanent improvements is good, and with the excep- 
tion of some of the farm buildings, which are very old and need 
replacing, all buildings are in a high state of repair. The fund 
available for this work was $4,000 for the first year and $5,000 
for the second. These amounts are, in the light of experience, in- 
sufficient to maintain the highest standard of care of so many 
buildings, but effort has been made to apply them where most 
needed, and at the end of another biennial period a thorough in- 
spection of the property justifies the conclusion that no serious 
blunders were made in their application. The fund for this pur- 
pose could with economy to the State be increased to $7,500. 



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The expenditures from this fund appear as Exhibits 4 and 13, 
and among the more important items are the following : 

The painting has received the attention of two workmen 
throughout the period, and the assistance of two or three others 
was required during the summer months. All the exposed wood 
and iron work of all buildings have been painted within the period 
covered by this report, and likewise much of the inside woodwork, 
walls and furniture have received attention. The cost of this work 
for material and labor was $1,279.62 for the first year and 
$1,542.96 for the second year of the period. 

Tile floors were laid in eight water-closets and six bath-rooms. 
White vitreous tile and glazed base were used for this work. The 
old wood floors were lowered to receive the foundation for the new 
work, and all sanitary fijitures were removed, some temporarily, 
and others were replaced with solid porcelain ware. This im- 
provement proceeded very slowly, and while costly it is permanent 
and thoroughly sanitary. The cost was $894.96, not including the 
plumbing. Other rooms need similar repairs and it is hoped they 
can be secured during the ensuing biennial period by a specific 
appropriation. 

The steam heating aj^paratus has required the attention of two 
or three repair men during the greater portion of the past year. 
It has been in service for fourteen years and many of the pipe 
lines, particularly the returns, now require renewal. Other lines 
have, owing to the extensions of the past few years, been replaced 
with larger pipe, some radiation has been added, and the cover- 
ing here and there has been renewed. In the basement of the 
largest building the steam and water pipe lines have been perma- 
nently raised out of the unsanitary trenches, which will soon be 
filled and cemented. The hot water heating system in the Men's 
Hospital proved insufficient and was changed to low pressure steam 
with better results. The steam boilers and their appurtenances of 
the central station have during the past year been put in the best 
possible condition. In addition to the usual cleaning, the piping, 
valves and pumps were thoroughly overhaided and put in a good 
state of repair. The slate roofs and gutters have, during each 
year, been carefully inspected and repaired, and likewise the cus- 
tomary pointing up of brick walls, where needed, has been done 
annually. One, and jDart of the time two, carpenters have been 



steadily engaged at repairing the woodwork, inside and out, of the 
various buildings. The capacity of the laundry dry-room was 
nearly doubled by the construction of an addition at small cost. 
These, together with the small but numerous minor repairs to the 
various plants and all departments of the institution account for 
the expenditure of the funds set apart for the purpose. 

The household equipment has been well maintained during the 
period. A large number of hair mattresses have been worked over 
and all the bedsteads have been repaired and varnished annually. 
The most valued additions to the ward equipment were four pianos, 
a lot of large rugs and a few pieces of substantial oak furniture 
for the day-rooms.. 

FARM AND GARDEN. 

The farm and garden continues to yield a fair net income and 
at the same time offer employment to a large number of the pa- 
tients. An addition was made to the estate by the purchase of 
16.23 acres for a site for the sewage purification plant^ which 
not only serves that purpose, but also furnishes a very valuable 
gravel bank and about nine acres of lowland, which, with the 
drainage lately put in, is well fitted for garden purposes. The 
amount of land available for gardens is altogether too small for 
our needs. AVith the amount of patients' labor ready and anxious 
to engage at such work the gardens could be doubled in size with- 
out materially increasing the paid organization. A new orchard 
of three hundred apple trees was put out during the past season, 
and all defective trees in other orchards were reinoved and replaced 
with vigorous young stock. The young orchards and vineyards 
are doing well and are beginning to yield some fruit. An exi:)eri- 
uient made during the past year in alfalfa growing promises well. 
About six acres of land were inoculated with nitrogen-fixing bac- 
teria after Dr. Moore's method and the young plants are now 
thriving and looking remarkably well. The dairy continues in 
successful operation. The size and quality of the herd has been 
maintained, and while a larger one w^ould be desirable there is 
not sufficient land to properly maintain it. The production of 
milk the first year was 18,493 gallons and the last 19,002 gallons. 
The piggery is also a source of profit and has been increased some 



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during the past year. The stock now consists of 203 hogs and 
pigs. The yield of dressed pork the first year was 16,023 pounds 
and 15,758 during the second. 

There were no important additions to the permanent improve- 
ments of the farm during the ]3eriod, although the repairs were 
well kept up. The roads were all improved and the condition of 
the fence is good. Some attention is given each year to the tile 
drains and the carting of stable manure from the city stables con- 
tinues throughout each year. A new and more commodious stable 
is needed and should be provided during the ensuing period. Like- 
wise the capacity of the root cellar should be doubled to provide 
sufficient storage for the winter vegetables. Insurance to the 
amount of $10,800 is carried upon the farm buildings and con- 
tents. A statement of the products for each year appears in Ex- 
hibit 25. The total value of the first year was $10,827.35, for 
the second $11,304.35, and the cost of the former was $4,359.35 
and of the latter $4,965.07. 

CAPACITY. 

There has been no increase in the accommodations during the 
past biennial period. Not including thirty beds reserved in the 
hospitals for the sick, thei-e are available 712 beds — 341 in the 
Department for Men and 371 in the Department for Women. On 
the last day of the period there were present 704 — 348 men and 
356 women. In the Department for Men the capacity is exceeded 
and there is some encroachment upon the reservation for the sick 
and disabled in the Hospital cottage. This condition has existed 
for several months past, in consequence of which many applica- 
tions for admission have been suspended or rejected. In taking 
action on applications the recent and curable cases, according to 
the statute, have been given preference over the incurable cases. 
In the Department for AVomen there were on October 31 last only 
fifteen vacant beds. During the past two years it has been possible 
to admit promptly the insane women of the district as the cases 
developed, but it is apparent that without additional accommo- 
dations this fortunate condition can obtain for a few months only. 
The classification in the two departments is now quite satisfactory. 
The increase in the number of single rooms provided by two cot- 



S3 

tages two yeai's ago lias been a blessing to every patient in tlie 
Institution, and has vastly simplified the work of nnrsing and case- 
taking. The reclassitication thns affected has removed the dis- 
turbing influences of an indiscriminate association of the restless 
and irritable patients with the quiet and convalescent cases, which 
tended to increase the excitation of the former and retard the 
progress toward recover}^ of the latter. The benefits wrought by 
the new order of arrangement is apparent in the very atmosphere 
of both departments and it is hoped that any new construction of 
the future may be so adjusted as to maintain this well-balanced 
classification. 

ISTotwithstanding the fact that the sixteen counties constituting 
the Eastern District for the Insane have sent to this Hospital 
during the j)a8t biennial period 348 patients, there are approxi- 
mately 100 more insane persons in the county infirmaries and 
at large deserving the care of a State institution. We have, 
therefore, before us for consideration the same problem of in- 
complete State care which has been a subject of discussion in all 
reports for the past several years. Another two years tends to 
confirm the , conviction, heretofore expressed, of the advisability 
and need of a State institution for epileptics, the enlargement 
of this Hospital by the construction of additional cottages to the 
economical limitations of the central plant, and the adoption of 
a system of colonization, as promising the best plan for the proper 
care by the State of all the insane in the district. The difficulties 
in the way of the adoption and execution of a plan so broad are 
many, it is true, but it goes without saying that it is economy for 
the State and its wards to make whatever is done toward addi- 
tional State care a part of some definite plan which, ultimately 
■ worked out, will be approximately complete, rather than extend, 
as heretofore, for present needs only. 

The county infirmaries of the district are again becoming bur- 
dened with insane jiersons, and, notwithstanding the unremitting 
effort of the management to prevent it, there are of late always 
a few insane men, chiefly epileptics, in some of the county jails. 
Admittedly, such conditions ought not to exist in Indiana, but 
they do and will continue until some more definite and elastic 
plan than the present one is agreed upon and put in operation. 
Elsewhere in this report recommendations are made for increas- 

3— Eastern Insane. 



34 

ing the capacity of the Institution as far as the central plants will 
permit. 

IBtPROVEMENTS NEEDED. 

Tile Floors and Plumbing. The floors in certain water-closets, 
bath-rooms, small dining-rooms and sculleries, made originally of 
wood, are rapidly becoming unsanitary and it is necessary to re- 
new them with tile. They have been repaired from time to time 
during the past several years with wood, but it is neither durable 
nor sanitary, and the wooden subfloors are now beginning to show 
signs of decay. The tile floors should be constructed while it is 
yet possible to save the w^ooden subfloor for a support to the con- 
crete foundation, otherwise the cost will be considerably increased. 
Quite a number of such floors in Venetian mosaic and vitreous 
tile have been put -in during the past few years, and the improve- 
ment should be continued until all are as sanitary as it is possible 
to make them. The renewal of such floors implies the necessity 
of the removal of all sanitary fixtures and oftentimes important 
changes in the j)lmnbing, and the cost of the work is thereby in- 
creased. 

A specific appropriation of $2,000 is recommended to continue 
this improvement. 

Laundry Equipment. The engine which furnishes the power 
for the laundry machinerj^ is not only too small for the increased 
demands upon it, but is old and well worn, and should be replaced 
with a new one of better grade. It is proposed to install an en- 
gine large enough to drive, in addition to the laundry machinery, 
a dj-namo, removed from the electric light plant some time ago, 
which will furnish sufficient current for electric hand ironers and 
fans. At least one, and possibly two, washers of the original 
equipment must also be renewed. The cost of this improvement 
is estimated at $1,400. 

Woi'Tislio'p. A more commodious shop should be provided for 
the Engineer's corps. The one now in use is a wooden structure 
left from the original construction, and has been a mere make- 
shift for many years. It is by far too small, and should be re- 
placed by a brick building in the form of an addition to the power 
house, 27 by 50 feet. This building, with its equipment, will cost 
$1,600, for which a specific appropriation is recommended. 



35 

Greenhouse. An addition to the greenhouse, 20 by 100 feet, 
three-quarter span, is needed for the safe housing and propagation 
of bedding plants, and should be built parallel and south of the 
present structure. The potting house should at the same time be 
enlarged and a room provided for the storage of bulbs. The esti> 
mate for this improvement is $1,500. 

Farm Buildings. A new stable is needed to provide twenty- 
four stalls for horses, a carriage-room and a room for cleaning 
vehicles, with the necessary appurtenances. This should be built 
of brick, covered with slate and furnished with a concrete floor. 
The barn now in use is one of the original farm buildings con- 
structed forty years ago and is fit only for storage purposes. 

The dairy barn should be improved by the substitution of a 
concrete floor for the old wooden one, now much worn and in 
need of repairs, a new foundation, a bull stable and a milk-room. 

The root cellar built in 1892 is in good condition, but is too 
small to afford storage for the winter supply of fruits and vege- 
tables. It should be doubled in capacity. The structure should 
be a basement, with two floors above, 24 by 50 feet, built of brick 
and concrete and have a double roof. 

The estimated cost of these improvements is as follows: 

Stable and carnage house ^ .$.5,000 00 

Improvements of dairy barn. . ., 1,200 00 

Root cellar 1,000 00 

Total .$7,200 00 

Additional Offices. The recommendation of the last report for 
a specific appropriation of $7,500 for an addition to the adminis- 
tration building to provide additional office sjDace is repeated and 
urged as necessary to facilitate the transaction of the Institution's 
increasing business. 

Water Supply. The specific fund of $6,500 for improvements 
in the water supply, appropriated by the Legislature of 1903, 
was, with the knowledge and approval of the Governor, returned 
ni full to the general fund of the State treasury for the reason 
that it was found insufficient to complete the work contemplated, 
imd therefore, the recommendation is made that an appropriation 
of $10,000 be made for this work. 

Railway Crossing. The specific fund of $2,500, created by the 
Legislature of 1903 for a wagon bridge, was likewise returned in- 



36 

tact to the general fund of the State treasury, because the improA*e- 
ment of Easthaven avenue being made by the county authorities 
had not advanced far enough to permit the proposed crossing to 
be made. This improvement should be completed during the en- 
suing year, and the same fund should be re-appropriated ^vith au- 
thority to apply it for either a railway grade crossing or bridge, 
as may be deemed advisable by the management. 

Additions to Cottages G and H and C and D. For sanitary" 
reasons a few minor alterations and a small addition for lavatory 
purposes are needed for G and H Cottage. It accommodates by 
some crowding thirty-eight men of a feeble class, who are unable to 
walk to the dining-hall for meals. The dining-room in the cottage 
is too small and the proposed change will enlarge it and improve 
the scullery and provide an additional small room for lavatory 
purposes. Certain alterations are likewise contemplated in Cot- 
tage C and D, where it is desirable to transfer the bath-rooms 
and clothing-room.s to the first floor. The estimate for these im- 
provements is $1,800. 

Increase of Capacity. The question of enlarging the Institu- 
tion commensurately with the needs of the district will doubtless 
be considered by the next Legislature, and should it be deter- 
mined to provide for even approximateh' all of the insane in need 
of hospital care and treatment it will be necessary to construct 
three additional cottages, two for men and one for women, with a 
total of 125 beds. This additional pojDulation would also call for 
extensions of the boiler house, heating and electric light plants,' 
and additions to the dining-hall s. Hence the cost would be neces- 
sarily large and this fact must be considered as an essential factor 
of the question. The central plant can no longer be drawn upon to 
maintain more cottages, and any future growth of population will 
require an increase of dining-hall space and extensions of the heat- 
ing, light and water plants. 

If, therefore, the Legislature concludes to enlarge this Hospital 
as a part of some general plan of extending State care to all its 
insane, the following recommendations are submitted: 

1. $3.5,000 for the construction and equipment of a single-room cot- 
tage for men after substantially the same plan as Cottage Twelve. 

2. $25,000 for the construction and equipment of an infirmary cottage 
for men. 



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3. $25,0(10 for the construction and equipment of an infirmary cottage 
for women. 

4. $35,000 for enlarging tlie central plants. This will include an ad- 
dition to the boiler house, with another smoke-stack, two boilers. 150 
horse-power each, and extensions of the water and light systems, which 
are estimated to cost $20,000. An additional dining-room for men will 
require an expenditure of $15,000. 



HOSPITAL STAFF. 

There were numerous changes in the organization of the Hos- 
pital staff during the period. Dr. C. E. Cunningham, after a 
conunendable and efficient service of three years, one as junior 
assistant physician and two as senior assistant ])hysician, resigned 
September 1, 1903, to pursue his studies abroad and later to take 
up the practice of his profession in Indianapolis. Dr. A. J. Mc- 
Cracken, junior assistant physician for two years and senior assist- 
ant physician for eight months, both of which positions he tilled 
with ability and credit to himself and the Institution, resigned 
May 1, 1904, to enter the practice of medicine, also in Indian- 
apolis. The service of these two members of the staff was marked 
by unusual professional skill and entire devotion to duty, and 
their departure was regretted alike by their associates and pa- 
tients. The vacancies thus created were filled by the appoint- 
ment of Dr. P. S. Johnson, formerly of the Indianapolis Citv Dis- 
pensary service, as junior assistant physician, September 1, 1903, 
and who, on the retirement of Dr. McCracken, May 1, 1904, was 
promoted to the position of senior assistant physician, and by the 
appointment of Dr. K. I. Jeffries, also formerly of the Indianap- 
olis City Dispensary service, as junior assistant physician May 1, 
1904. Both have promptly adjusted themselves to the work and 
aVe performing their duties to my entire satisfaction. 

The position of medical interne in the Department for Men was 
created early in the period, but was not regularly filled until June 
7, 1904, when Dr. C. W. McGaughey was appointed to the posi- 
tion, which he fills acceptably. 

Dr. M. Jennie Jenkins has entered upon the third year of an 
excellent and faithful service as woman physician. 

Mr. A. A. McEoberts vacated by resignation the position of 
apothecary August 28, 1900, after an incumbency of one year, 
and was succeeded by Mr. K. M. Stormont, a late graduate from 



38 

the Purdue School of Pharmacy. The vacancy in the position of 
storekeeper, created at the end of the previous period by the resig- 
nation of Mr. M. J. Dayer, was fiUed by the promotion of Mr. A. 
B. Harrison. 

It is a pleasure to report \A'itli words of high commendation 
that Mr. John P. Thistlethwaite, steward, and Miss Minnie Young, 
superintendent's secretary, after so many years of painstaking 
and loj^al service, remain on the staff and continue to render me 
very able assistance. 

In the personnel of the organization of the wards and other de- 
partments the customary changes have taken place, but it is un- 
usual to record in the same biennial period the loss of the heads 
of so many departments, some of whom had been identified with 
the work of the Institution since its earliest organization. Among 
these of long and noteworthy service were Miss Hattie Bragg, 
housekeejoer for twelve years ; Mr. Thomas Macke, head carpenter 
for thirtee-n years, and Mr. E. M. Scott, head farmer for ten 
years. All vacancies, however, have been filled by capable and 
^yorthy men and women, and the accustomed standard of service 
lias been maintained. 

Conclusion. Credit is due and gratefully acknowledged to the 
officers and employes of every rank who have been "faithful, loyal 
and efficient in the discharge of their respective duties, without 
which the accomplishments of the period would have been few. 

Finally, I thank you cordially for your earnest support and 
confidence, as well as your assistance in my endeavor to perform 
the duties assigned me, and to bear the responsibilities placed upon 
me. Your earnestness and devotion to the work and welfare of 
the Institution has required some sacrifice of your time and busi- 
ness interests, but I trust there is some compensation in the belief 
that as a result of your effort the Institution has increased its use- 
fulness during the past two years. 

Respectfully submitted, 

S. E. SMITH, 
Medical Superintendent. 

Easthaven, November 15, 1904, 



MEDICAL TABLES 



Medical Superintendent's Report. 



TABLE I. 



Movement of Patients from August 1, 1890, to October 6'1, 1904.. 



Whole number admitted 

Discharged 

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Idiotic 

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454 


426 


248 


250 


164 


144 


24 


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4 


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14 


2 


17 


13 


316 


237 


357 


365 



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C3 

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Number 

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Acute confusional insanity 







45 



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Number Under 
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pjiqx no 


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IM 


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aoissim 
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nerao^^ 


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cq 


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: "^ 


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ISJM no 


•a9ni0j^ 


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■* (M irq M <Ni lo eo 


O O CO 

in o CO 


•U9J\[ 


:5 : S? : 53 \ ^ 


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: 1°= 


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N '^ • \ ^ : N 


: «|S 


•uapi 


t~ rt ^ . -r 


-- . ^ Ig? 


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joqjo 01 P9JJ9J 
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JO jgqranK 9[oqAV 


•(B^OX 


00O«(M-* •Oi-HlNi-IOll'-i 
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jn->*oo(Nim .in-^iM -tr-ir- 


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lO . 


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cq -* '=' 1 g 


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g ^ O r-, U5 .H g 


cq cq m 1 00 

o 


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p3Sll!qOSI(JS9SB3 

JO jaqnin^ n^RJA. 


•IB^ox 


JH CO M ,-. 00 : j;. 


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Cq (N (M rt -w -co 


; ; "i" 


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oj i-i i-H : "* : "^ 


: : ^ ! 53 


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p93lBqOSI(J S93T?0 

joa9qmn^9ioqjW 


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05 -* 1-1 r1 (M (N O 


cq -* '^ 1 CO 
1 cq 


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cq « CO|^ 


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CO • o -in • cq 

CO • ; : "^ 


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pu'B'gegrrAOM 

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j0J9qcanjs[ sioq^ 


"ITSJOX 


105 178 
15 20 
23 41 


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cq 1 m 


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Hystero-melancholia 

Hypoch'driacal melancholia. 
Dementia, after melancholia. 


3 


Hystero-mania 

Dementia, after mania 

Acute confusional insanity . . 
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4^ 






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JO laquirij^ ^lO^AV 



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JO a9qTOnj^ ^loqAV 






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TABLE Xlt. 



Diagnosis of Those Admitted, Fiscal Year 1902-1903. 



Diagnosis. 



Men. 



Women. 



Total. 



Melancholia, simple 

Melancholia, stuporous 

Melancholia, with frenzy 

Hypochondriacal melancholia . . . 

Mania, acute 

Mania, acute exhaustive 

Acute confusional insanity 

Hystero-mania 

Mania, clironic 

Mania, recurrent 

Dementia, chronic 

Dementia, with paralysis 

Paretic dementia 

Dementia with locomotor ataxia 

Organic dementia 

Epileptic dementia 

Paranoia 

Toxic insanity 

Total 



99 



81 



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45 
1 
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23 
4 

25 
1 

14 
2 
3 
5 
3 

11 



180 



TABLE XIIL 



Diagnosis of Those Admitted, Fiscal Year 1903-1904- 



Diagnosis. 



Men. 



Women. 



Total. 



Melancliolia, simple 

Melancholia, with frenzy 
Melancholia, hypochondriacal 

Mania, acute 

Mania, acute exhaustive 

Mania, Gluconic 

Mania, recurrent 

Dementia, chronic : . . . 

Dementia, organic 

Dementia, with paralysis 

Paretic, dementia 

Paranoia 

Epileptic, dementia 

Toxic insanity 

Not insane 

Total 



2 
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12 
1 

10 
3 

13 
1 
1 

11 

10 
5 
5 
1 



84 



26 



17 



15 

2 
11 

3 

2 

3 

4' 
1 



84 



34 
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29 
1 

25 
5 

24 
4 
3 

14 

10 
9 



168 



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TABLE XVI. 



Duration of Admitted, Fiscal Year 1902-1903. 



Duration. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Three months 


49 
5 
3 

14 
9 
4 

15 


39 

13 

3 

5 

7 

4 

10 


88 


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18 


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6 


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19 


Two years 


16 


Three years 


8 


Five years and over 


25 






' Total... 


99 


81 


180 







TABLE XVII. 



Duration of Those Admitted, Fiscal Year 1903-1904,. 



Duration. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Three m^ouths 


38 
6 
4 
9 
6 
9 
1 

12 


31 
4 
3 
9 
5 

10 
1 

21 


69 


Sis months 


10 


Nine months 

One year 


7 
18 


Two years 

Three years 


10 
19 


Four years 


2 


Five years and over 


33 






Total 


84 


84 


168 







TABLE XVIII. 



App)vximate Ages of Admitted, Fiscal Year 1902-1903. 



Ages. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Under 20 years 


3 
25 
26 
24 
15 
4 
2 


1 
10 

28 

26 

7 

5 

4 


4 


Between 20 and 30 years 


35 


Between 30 and 40 years 


54 


Between 40 and 50 years .... 


50 


Between 50 and 60 years 


22 


Between 60 and 70 years 


9 


Over 70 years 


6 






Total 


99 


81 


180 







54 
TABLE XIX. 



Approximate Ages of Admitted, Fiscal Year 1903-1904- 



Ages. 



Men. Women. Total 



Under 20 years 

Between 20 and 30 years. 
Between 30 and 40 years . 
Between 40 and 50 years . 
Between 50 and 60 years. 
Between 60 and 70 years . 
Over 70 years 



Total 



5 


4 


9 


25 


13 


38 


20 


19 


39 


13 


21 


34 


15 


16 


31 


1 


8 


9 


5 


3 


8 



84 



84- 



168 



TABLE XX. 



Approxiinafe Ages of Recovered, Fiscal Year 1902-190S. 



Ages. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Under 20 years 


1 
5 
1 
8 
4 




1 


Between 20 and 80 years 


10 
7 
5 

3 

1 


15 


Between 80 and 40 years 


8 


Between 40 and 50 years 


13 


Between 50 and 60 years 

Over 60 years 


7 
1 








Total 


19 


26 


45 







TABLE XXL 



Approximate Ages of Recovered, Fiscal Year 1903-1901/.. 



Ages. 



Men. 



Women. 



Total. 



Under 20 years 

Between 20 and 30 years 
Between 30 and 40'years 
Between 40 and 50 years 
Between 50 and 60 years 
Between 60 and 70 years 

Total 



22 



17 



2 
9 
11 
12 
4 
1 



89 



55 



TABLE XXIL 



Approximate Age at Death, Fiscal Year 1902-1903. 



Ages. 



Between 20 and 30 years. 
Between 30 and 40 years. 
Between 40 and 50 years. 
Between 50 and 60 years. 
Between 60 and 70 years. 
Over 70 years 



Total , 



Men. 



3 
5 

9 

12 

2 

1 



32 



Women. 



17 



Total. 



5 
10 

9 
15 

6 

4 



49 



TABLE XXIII. 



Approximate Age at Death, Fiscal Year 1903-190-^. 



Ages. 



Men. 



Women. 



Total. 



Between 20 and 30 years 
Between 30 and 40 years 
Between 40 and 50 years 
Between 50 and 60 years 
Between 60 and 70 years 
Between 70 and 80 years 

Total 



5 

3 

13 

6 

4 
4 



1 

4 
7 
6 
2 
1 

21 



6 

7 

20 

12 

6 

5 



56 



56 



TABLE XXIV 



Occupation of Adndtted, Fiscal Year 190:2-1903. 



Agent 


1 
1 

1 
1 
2 
5 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
6 
1 
3 

28 
2 
3 

19 
1 
3. 

27 
11 

2 


Medical student 


1 


Baker 


Merchants' wives 

Minister 


2 


Baker's wife 




Bartender 


Molder 




Bookkeepers 


Molder's wife 




Carpenters 


Musician 




Carpenter's wife 


Nurse 




Carver 


Oilworker 




Cigarmaker 

Clerks 


Painter 




Physician's wife 




Contractor's wife 


Plumber 




Cc oper's wife 


Porter 




Dentist's wife 


Printers 




Domestics 


Printer's wife 

Saloonkeeper 

Saloonkeeper's wife 

Shoemaker 




Druggist's wife 

Engineers' wives 




Farmers 




Farmers' daughters 

Farmers' widows 


Steelworker 

Stenographer 




Farmers' wives 


Stonecutter 




Gardener 


Stonecutter's wife 

Student 

Tailor 




Glassblowers' wives 

Glassworker 




Grinder 


■Tailor's daughter 




Hackdriver 


Teachers 




Hairdresser 


Teachers' wives 

Teamster 




Housekeepers 




Horsecollar maker 


Telegraph operator 

Upholsterers 




Jeweler's wife 


2 


Laborers . 


No occupation 

Total 


7 


Laborers' wives 




Mailcarrier's wife 


180 


Mechanics' wives 







57 



TABLE XXV. 



Occupations of Admitted, Fiscal Year 1903-1904-. 



Agents' wives 


2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
7 
1 
2 
1 

9 

1 

1 ' 

1 

1 

1 
28 
20 

1 

2 

2 

9 

1 
19 
12 


Mechanic 




Attorney's wife 


Mechanic's wife 




Barbers . 


Minister 




Bartender 


Motorman's wife 




Blacksmith 


Molder 

Molder's wife 

Musicians 




Blacksmith's wife 




Brickmason 




Carpenters 


Night watchman's wife 

Oil driller's wife 




Carpenter's wife 




Cigarmakers 


Painter , 




Clerk 


Painters' wives 




Clerks' wives 


Pliysician. . ....... 




Dentist 


Physicians' wives < . . . 

Porter's wife . . 

Printer .... 

Rasp polisher 

Revenue collector's wife. . . 
Salesman ..... 




Domestics .... 




Dravman 




Druggist 




Electrician 




Engineer 




Engineer's wife 


Seamstress 




Farmers 


Sheet metalworkers' wife.. 
Shoemaker's wife 




Farmers' wives 




Florist's wife 


Student 

Tinner 




Glassworkers 




Glassworkers' wives 

Housekeepers 


Unknown 

No occupation 


10 


Jeweler 


Total 




Laborers 


168 


Laborers' wives 









TABLE XXVI. 



Civil Condition of Admitted, Fiscal Year 1902-1903. 



Civil Condition. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Single 


56 

36 

4 

3 


18 

52 

8 

3 


74 


Married 


88 


Widowed 


12 


Divorced 


6 






Total 


99 


81 


180 



58 



TABLE XXYII. 

Cuil Condition of Athidtted, Fiscal Year 1903-1894-. 



Civil Condition. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Single 


36 

45 

3 


18 

46 

19 

1 


54 


Married 


91 


Widowed 


22 


Divorced 




1 


Total . . . 


84 


84 


168 



TABLE XXVIII. 



Naticity of Admitted, Fiscal Year 1902-1903. 



Nativity. 



Men. 



Women. 



Total. 



Belgium 

England 

Germany 

Illinois . . . 

Indiana. 

Iowa 

Ireland 

Kansas 

Kentucky. 

Maryland 

Missouri 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina. 

Ohio. 

Pennsylvania . . 
Switzerland . . . . 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Unknown 



2 
1 
1 

62 

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16 
4 
1 
1 
2 



1 

56 

1 

1 



1 

2 
1 
2 
118 
1 
2 
1 
7 
I 
1 
1 
3 
1- 
23 
9 
1 
1 
3 
1 



Total 



99 



81 



180 



59 
TABLE XXIX. 



Nativity of Admitted, Fiscal Year 1903-190If.. 



Nativity. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Germany 


1 


2 

4 
51 

2""'" 

1 
2 

1 


3 


Illinois 


4 


Indiana 


55 
1 

1 


106 


Iowa 


1 


Ireland 


3 


Kansas 


1 


Kentucky 


2 
2 
1 


4 


Maryland. . . . 


3. 


Michigan 


.1 


Minnesota . . . 


1 


1 


Missouri 


1 

1 
10 
3 
1 
1 
2 


1 


New York .... 




1 


Ohio 


2 
1 
1 


26 


Pennsylvania .... 


5 


Switzerland 


2 


Tennessee 


2 


Virginia . 


- 2 


West V irginia 


1 


1 


Unknown 


2 


2 






Total 


84 


84 


168 



TABLE XXX. 



Admitted by Counties, Fiscal Year 1902-1903. 



Counties. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Adams 


3 

14 

3 

4' • 

5 

3 

2 

6 

3 

8 
18 

3 

5 

1 
14 

8 


8"" 


3 


Allen 

Blackford 


22 
3 


Decatur 


5 

•4 

3 

1 

. 10 

2 

4 

16 

5 

5 

1 
11 

6 


9 


Delaware .... 


9 


Fayette 


6 


Franklin 

Grant . . ... 


3 
15 


Henry 


5 


Jay 


-42 


Madison 


: 34 


Randolph 


8 


Rush 


10 


Union 


2 


Wayne ..... ~. . 


-25 


Wells 


14 






Total 


99 


81 


180 



60 



TABLE XXXI. 



Admitted by Counties, Fiscal Year 1903-1904. 



Counties. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


Adams 


3 

10 
1 
2 
9 
1 
4 
8 
4 
6 

14 
5 
3 
1 
7 
6 


2 
12 
2 
4 
8 
2 
3 
14 
6 
9 
4 
4 
2 
1 
8 
3 


5 


Allen 


22 


Blackford 


3 


Decatur 


6 


Delaware 


17 


Fayette 


3 


Franklin 


7 ■ 


Grant 


22 


Henry 


10 


Jay 


15 


Madison 


18. 


Randolph 

Rush 

Union 


9 

5 ■ 
2 


Wayne 


15 


Wells 


9 






Total 


84 


84 


168 







TABLE XXXIL 



Clothing Supply of Admitted, Fiscal Year 1902-1903. 



Clothing Supplied. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total. 


By friends .... 


51 

48 


64 
17 


115 


By counties 


65 






Total 


99 


81 


180 







61 
TABLE XXXIII. 



Clothing Supply of Admitted, Fiscal Year 1903-190i. 



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Clothing Supplied. 


Men. 


Women. 


Total 


By friends 


44 
40 


69 
25 


103 


By counties. 


65 


Total 


84 


84 


168 







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TABLE XXXVI. 



Mortality Itecord-for Nine Years, November 1st, 1895, to Octo- 
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20 6 per et. 







FISCAL TABLES 

WITH 

MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENTS 
REPORT. 



EXHIBIT 1. 



SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL 

YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1903. 
Maintenance- 
Appropriation for 600 patients $99,000 00 

Appropriation for 56+ patients at $165 9,292 09 

Disbursements, Exliibit 2 $105,798 49 

Covered into general fund. 2,493 60 

Total $108,292 09 ' $108,292 09 

Repairs- 
Appropriation $4,000 00 

Disbursements, Exliibit 4 $3,988 45 

Covered into general fund 11 55 

Total $4,000 00 $4,000 00 

Clotbing — 

Appropriation $3,000 00 

Disbursements, Exhibit 6 $2,998 83 

Covered into general fund 117 



Total $3,000 00 $3,000 00 

Sales- 
Receipts from sales, Exhibit 8 $109 69 

Covered into general fund $109 69 

Total $109 69 $109 69 



(67) 



68 
EXHIBIT 2. 



SHOWING CLASSIFIED EXPENDITURES ON ACCOUNT OF MAIN- 
TENANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 

81, 1903. 

Breadstuffs $3,571 28 

Buttermilk 206 00 

Fresh meats 11,951 85 

Rolled oats, rice and hominy 1,727 67 

Canned goods 1,334 35 

Eggs 1,651 35 

Groceries 271 40 

Butterine 4,894 35 

Cnred meats 2,187 35 

Cheese 601 41 

Syrup and vinegar 485 48 

Dried fruits 539 85 

Poultry 375 32 

Sugar 2,264 26 

Fresh fruits 597 05 

Vegetables 2,535 41 

Fish and oysters 458 20 

Tea 426 91 

Coffee 1,281 50 

Lard 458 25 

Drugs and surgical instruments 1,031 85 

Engineers' supplies 1,038 66 

Salaries and wages 44,599 53 

Soap and sal soda 589 47 

Chaplain 105 00 

Coal 6,353 60 

Laundry supplies 620 62 

House furnishings 432 07 

Tobacco 600 17 

Toweling 257 55 

Bedding 692 60 

Woodenware and crockery. 53 00 

Trees, shrubs and plants 8 75 

Brooms, mops and brushes 273 38 

Dry goods and notions 522 12 

Harness and horse millinery 142 75 

Natural gas 2,141 37 

Blacksmithing 96 47 

Telephones 268 30 

Telegrams 74 69 

Freight and express charges 102 42 

Oils 208 62 

Farm implements and tools 173 02 

Carpets and curtains 997 04 



69 
EXHIBIT 2— Continued. 



Live stock 359O 28 

Cold store supplies 78 23 

Traveling expenses 356 82 

Postage 320 00 

Printing and stationery 601 45 

Electric light supplies 182 20 

Music and musical instruments 44 18 

Amusements 125 32 

Provender 1,065 23 

Tinware ' iS5 45 

Furniture 511 90 

Seeds, roots and plants 229 30 

Hardware 63 22 

Undertaking 36 OO 

Toilet paper .^ 270 00 

Advertising 63 76 

Napery 339 39 

Tools 64 42 

Queensware 249 01 

Fertilizer ' 103 45 

Farm tile 25 57 

Library, newspapers and periodicals 159 11 

Belts and pulleys 3 22 

Time detector 102 00 

Keys, chains and rings 52 76 

Cutlery 52 45 

Insurance 290 75 

Upholsterers' supplies 73 79 

Cooking utensils 44 17 

Vehicles 83 50 

Electrical supplies 14 67 

Surveying 8 80 

Dental work 18 00 

Harvesting and threshing 113 20 

Patients' traveling expenses 10 00 

Furnace supplies 62 60 

Current expense $105,798 49 



Total $105,798 49 $105,798 49 



EXHIBIT 3. 



LIST OF VOUCHERS SHOWING DISBURSEMENTS ON ACCOUNT 

OF MAINTENANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 

OCTOBER 31, 1903. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Montlily pay-roll $3,558 86 

2. Adam H. Bartel Co Notions 

3. The G. H. Hammond Co Butterine 

4. Richmond Bailing Co Yeast and crackers _ 

5. Richmond Home Telephone Co Rental 

6. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 

7. Central Union Telephone Co Rental 

8. L. M. Jones Co Window shades 

9. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 

10. Standard Oil Co Cylinder oil 

U. AVeber & Holzapfel Tallow 

12. The Wiggins Co Harness 

13. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for November, 1902 

14. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 

15. Sprague, Warner & Co ■ Groceries 

16. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 

17. A. C. Underbill Milch cows 

18. Jones Hardware Co Oils, wagon and ammonia 

19. Libby, McNeill & Libby Cured meats 

20. Josiah Gilbert Milch cows 

21. Armour & Co Fresh Meats and sausage 

22. J. North & Son Bread stuffs and provender 

23. Edmund P. Thayer Chickens and eggs 

24. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 

25. Meyer Bros Groceries and turkeys 

26. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries and coffee 

27. James L. Keach Potatoes 

28. Swift & Co Butterine 

29. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh meats 

30. The Island Coal Co Coal 

31. Western Electric Co Work on armature 

32. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,595 79 

33. Quaker City Machine Co Work on governor shaft 

34. Louck & Hill Co Floor rubbers 

35. Richmond Baking Co Yeast 

36. Knight & Jillson Co Jet pump 

37. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 

38. Richmond Chair Co Chair seats 

39. Vaughan's Seed Store Bulbs 

40. H. R. Downing & Son I'ndertaking 

41. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 

42. Standard Oil Co Cylinder oil 

43. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 

44. L. M. Jones Co Curtains 

45. M. A. Hasty Candy 

46. Weber & Holzapfel Tallow 

47. The Wiggins Co Harness and robe 

48. J. B. Gilbert Milch cow 

49. Schultz & Laning Milk cans 

50. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 

51. I. R. Howard c& Co Groceries 

52. C. E. Crecelius Dispensary supplies 



2 46 


4 62 


7 00 


9 50 


12 27 


.15 00 


17 56 


18 00 


2S 42 


30 30 


48 00 


54 90 


75 36 


76 44 


82 75 


85 00 


85 02 


92 14 


96 00 


124 68 


259 47 


274 50 


299 72 


358 62 


459 31 


461 28 


510 17 


597,28 


757 74 


12 50 


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1 95 


4 18 


7 25 


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10 00 


11 20 


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15 60 


18 00 


21 85 


30 00 


31 05 


31 90 


36 00 


41 30 


48 SG 


60 94 


74 32 



71 
EXHIBIT 3— Continued. 



j^o. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

53. S. E. Smith Incidental expense $78 49 

54. Kramer Mfg. Co Tables 87 00 

55. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for December, 1902 .100 05 

56. Henry Zuttermeister Apples 120 00 

57. Armour & Co Cured meats 135 00 

58. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries 137 40 

59. Adam H. Bartel Co Notions 138 98 

60. Jones Hardware Co House furnishings 235 08 

61. J. North & Son Breadstuffs and provender 258 83 

62. Edmund P. Thayer Poultry and eggs 277 00 

63. Meyer Bros Groceries 499 70 

64. Swift & Co Butterine 631 00 

65. Island Coal Co Coal 976 30 

66. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh meats 1,289 32 

67. Nicholson & Bro Toilet paper 270 00 

68. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,710 25 

69. The Advance Co Wort on armature 88 

70. Dean Bros. & Lincoln Groceries "114 

71. Qual^er City Machine Co Fertilizer 1 25 

72. The Palladium Co Advertising 4 65 

73. The B. F. Wissler Co Advertising 5 46 

74. Western Electric Co Electric light globes 6 15 

75. The Item Newspaper Co Advertising 6 54 

76. Richmond Baking Co Yeast 7 75 

77. The Wiggins Co Horse collars 7 90 

78. Richmond Home Telephone Co Rental 9 00 

79. Chas. Meyer Farm tile 10 60, 

80. Wm. H. Armstrong & Co Restraint mitts H 00 

81. Central Union Telephone Co Rental 14 00 

82. Central Union Telephone Co Rental 15 00 

83. Knight & Jillson Co Pump fittings 16 02 

84. Holhveg & Reese ., — Queensware 16 32 

85. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 18 00 

86. Jones Hardware Co Casters, rope and hardware 32 86 

87. Weber & Holzapf el Tallow 33 75 



88. Schultz & Laning Tinware 

89. H. W. Loehr Cabbage 

90. Armour & Co Sausage 



46 35 

,' 65 70 

76 42 

91. A. G. Ogborn, Trustee Salary and expense 80 00 

92. \Y. H. Cook Timothy hay 90 29 

93. Richmond Natural Gas Co , ..Gas for January, 1903 92 85 

94. Warren Bigler, Trustee Salary and expense 102 00 

95. A. G. Lukeu & Co Dispensary supplies 104 98 

96. Adam Heimberger, Trustee Salary and expense 105 00 

97. J. M. Thorburn & Co (iarden seeds HI 88 

98. Mather Bros. Co 'oal 13145 

99. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Table linen and napkins 160 20 

100. Edmund P. Thayer Kggs 1^8 00 

101. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries ]a 

102. L. M. Jones Co Ory goods 232 14 

103. Sprague, Warner & Co (U-oeeries 'f^ *^ 

104. J. North & Son I'.readstuffs and provender 2i6 45 

105. C. H. Johanning One fitting 25 

106. Julius Katte • ■ ■ P.lacksmithing 6 98 

107. Central Union Telephone Co Rental ^0 50 

American Laundry Machinery Co. ... ... Laundry supplies 19 00 



108. 

109. S. E. Smith Incidental expens 



67 .56 



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EXHIBIT 3— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

110. The General Electric Co Electric lamps $72 00 

111. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 302 36 

112. Meyer Bros Groceries 340 86 

113. Swift & Co F. and c. meats and butterine 773 49 

114. Island Coal Co Coal 78122 

115. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh meats 1,138 02 

116. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,669 08 

117. Arthur Jordan Co Butterine 2 23 

118. Richmond Baking Co Yeast 7 25 

119. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 8 69 

120. Chas. H. Meyer Farm tile 10 57 

121. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 14 00 

122. American Laundry Machinery Co Shirt hangers 16 00 

123. Dean Bros. & Lincoln Groceries 24 02 

124. Weber & Holzapfel Tallow 27 15 

125. John M. Eggemeyer Eggs 40 00 

126. Steele- Wedeles Co Groceries 43 36 

127. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings 44 60 

128. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 50 14 

129. Wm. B. Burford Printing and stationery 5125 

130. Dean Bros. Steam Pump Works Work on steam pump 52 15 

131. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 77 63 

132. C. E. Crecelius Dispensary supplies 74 40 

133. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for February, 1903 102 60 

134. Jones Hardware Co Belts, oils and fittings 135 72 

135. L. M. Jones Co Dry goods , 167 50 

136. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 168 00 

137. Mather Bros. Co Coal 179 27 

138. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 268 05 

139. J. North & Son Breadstuffs and provender 279 12 

140. Meyer Bros Groceries and tea 359 39 

141. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries and coffee 364 75 

142. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries and tea 375 92 

143. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh and cured meats 549 91 

144. Swift & Co Cured meats aud butterine 776 24 

145. Island Coal Co Coal , 946 22 

146. American Time Detector Co Night register and clocks 102 00 

147. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,673 68 

148. Quaker City Machine Co Work on piston rod 75 

149. Nicholson & Bro Gummed numbers 1 50 

150. E. N. Turman Cartage 2 25 

151. Wm. B. Burford Printing 3 75 

152. Gift Floral Co Plants 4 00 

153. Mather Bros. Co Whitewash 4 40 

154. L. M. Jones Co Oil cloth 4 65 

155. The Lagonda Mfg. Co Work on flue cutter 5 05 

156. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 5 60 

157. Richmond Baking Co Yeast 6 50 

158. Henry Wilke Queeusware 6 83 

159. The Peter Johnson Co Cooking utensils 10 52 

160. C. W. Kemper Seed onions 12 50 

161. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 15 93 

162. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 18 00 

163. Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Co Stoker grates 25 63 

164. Wm. Hill & Co Seeds v 27 10 

165. Standard Oil Co Oils '. 35 96 

166. Weber & Holzapfel Tallow 38 77 



Y3 
EXHIBIT 3— Continued. 



No. To "Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

167. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Napery $43 10 

168. Steele-Wedeles Co ...Groceries 47 95 

169. J. H. Woods Fresh fish 48 10 

170. C. E. Crecelius Drugs 57 06 

171. Henry Zuttermeister Apples 70 00 

172. General Electric Co •. Electric lamps 72 00 

173. Nelson Morris & Co Cured meats 73 97 

174. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 74 38 

175. Hadley Bros Potatoes 85 84 

176. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 96 83 

177. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 107 58 

178. Dougan & Co Insurance 117 50 

179. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries 200 60 

ISO. J. North & Son Breadstuffs and provender 299 50 

181. Meyer Bros Groceries 490 11 

182. James L. Keach Potatoes 550 00 

183. Swift & Co Meats and butterine 1,640 68 

184. Irvin Reed & Son Casting for planter 75 

185. The Wiggins Co Harness repairs 5 45 

186. Schultz & Laning Tinware 5 65 

187. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 6 30 

188. C. L. Greeno Upholsterers' supplies 27 90 

189. Richmond Chair Co Reseating chairs 28 60 

190. A. G. Luken & Co Drugs 33 71 

191. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 88 73 

192. Jones Hardware Co Farm and engineers' supplies 8105 

193. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for March, 1903 93 15 

194. Island Coal Co Coal 1,380 69 

195. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,727 65 

196. H. H. Kocher & Son Flower pots 2 00 

197. E. N. Turman Cartage 3 75 

198. The B. F. Wissler Co Advertising 6 04 

199. H. W. Loehr Seed potatoes 6 50 

200. The Item Newspaper Co Advertising 6 54 

201. The Palladium Co Advertising 7 05 

202. Dille & McGuire Mfg. Co Work on lawn mowers 8 00 

203. Richmond Home Telephone Co Rental 9 OO 

204. A. L. Ide & Sons Work on engine 9 50 

205. Richmond Chair Co Reseating chairs 1150 

206. C. W. Kemper Seed onions 11 50 

207. Central Union Telephone Co Rental 15 00 

208. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 16 00 

209. Reid, Murdoch & Co Mop heads 16 20 

210. C. L. Greeno Upholsterer's supplies 17 25 

211. W.H.Cook Provender 17 41 

212. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 25 10 

213. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 26 82 

214. American Laundry Machinery Co Trucks for dry-room 28 00 

?15. C. C. Pierson Eggs 28 35 

216. A. E. Jones & Co Upholstering 34 64 

217. Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Co Stoker grates 43 32 

218. C. E. Crecelius Dispensary supplies 62 70 

219. Nelson Morris & Co Sausage 73 98 

220. A. G. Ogborn, Trustee Salary 75 00 

221. J. H. Woods.. : Fresh fish 87 60 

222. Roberts & Martin Cured meats 90 00 

223. Warren Bigler, Trustee Salary and expense 97 25 



74 
EXHIBIT 3— Continned. 



No. To WJiom Paid. On Account of. 

224. A. Heimberger, Trustee Salary and expense 

225. Jones Hardware Co Engineers' supplies 

226. Armour & Co Fresh and cured meats 

227. L. M. Jones Co Dry goods 

228. Oliver C. Moore Breadstuffs and provender 

229. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 

230. Meyer Bros Groceries 1,021 36 

231. Swift & Co Fresh beef and butterine 

232. The Wiggins Co Harness straps 

233. Quaker City Machine Co Tapping pipe 

234. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuffs 

235. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 

236. O. H. Little > Fertilizer 

237. L. N. Cox & Son Fertilizer 

238. Schneider's Carriage Factory Painting phaeton 

239. John Benning Fertilizer 

240. William Cain Box material 

241. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Curtains 

242. Chas. H. Clawson Fertilizer 

243. A. G. Luken & Co , Drugs 

244. Schultz & Laning Tinware 

245. S. B. Smith Incidental expense 

243. Nolte & Kemper Rugs 

247. Henry Cutter Eggs 

248. Adam H. Bartel Co Toweling and furnishings 

249. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for April, 1903 

250. Island Coal Co Coal 

251. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 

252. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Curtain goods 

253. ArtJiur Jordan Co Butterine 

254. Schultz & Laning Tinware 

255. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing 

256. Mather Bros. Co Fire-clay 

257. E. N. Turman Cartage 

258. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings 

259. Eugene L. Richter Night register dials 

260. The Babcock & Wilcox Co Anchors for steam boilers 

261. Sprague, Warner & Co Matches 

262. H. W. Loehr Jersey sweet potato seed 

263. William Cain Garuen sash 

264. Schneider's Carriage Factory Painting wagon 

265. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 

266. C. L. Greeno ; L'pholsterers' supplies 

257. . Dougan & Co Insurance 

268. The T. B. Laycock Mfg. Co Wire mattresses 

269. Henry Cutter Eggs 

270. A. C. Underbill Pigs 

271. Armour & Co Cured meats 

272. L. M. Jones Co Cocoa mats 

273. Kramer Mfg. Co Bedsteads 

274. C. C. Pierson Eggs 

275. Hibben, Hollwog & Co Dry goods 

276. J. H. Woods Fresh flsh 

277. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 

278. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh meats 

279. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 

280. Albert Gall Carpets 



Amount. 


$105 00 


128 59 


214 30 


246 38 


307 50 


548 74 


1,021 36 


1,026 11 


1 85 


3 75 


7 75 


8 37 


9 00 


9 90 


10 50 


12 50 


16 10 


20 38 


24 00 


•35 28 


40 50 


49 41 


57 70 


71 40 


■ 124 80 


145 06 


570 68 


3,617 42 


95 


1 15 


2 45 


2 80 


3 00 


3 00 


4 SO 


5 00 


5 40 


6 50 


7 50 


10 50 


13 00 


18 00 


2171 


26 25 


29 53 


36 00 


36 78 


36 98 


42 39 


52 50 


79 80 


81 79 


90 10 


99 43 


113 16 


144 70 


205 00 



(5 



EXHIBIT 3— Continued. 



"No. To 'Whom Paid. On Account of. 

281. Wm. Hill & Co Potatoes 

282. J. North & Son BreadstufCs and provender 

283. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries 

284. Island Coal Co Coal 

285. Swift & Co Meats and buttorine 

286. Henry Wilke Queensware 

287. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 

288. The Wiggins Co Stable supplies 

289. Eiehmond Baking Co Breadstuffs 

290. Jones Hardware Co Hardware and tools 

291. S. E. Sn;ith Incidental expense 

292. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 

293. Wm. B. Burford Printing and stationery 

294. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for May, 1903 

295. Meyer Bros Groceries 

296. S. E. Smith; Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 

297. The Wiggins Co Harness straps 

298. The Richmond Plow Co Plow sills 

299. L. N. Cox & Sou Blacksmithing 

300. E.N. Turman Cartage 

301. Geo. B. Miller Plowing 

302. W. C. Reynolds Plowing 

303. The Advance Co Repairing flush tank 

304. Stoele-Wedeles Co Groceries 

305. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 

306. The Starr Piano Co Tuning pianos 

307. Nolte & Kemper Curtain goods 

308. Wilson & Pohlmeyer Undertaking 

309. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 

310. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuffs 

311. Standard Oil Co Engine oils 

312. Gilbert T. Dunham Tables 

313. Charles Hire Hay 

314. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 

315. L. M. Jones Co House furnishings and thread... 

316. C. 'E. Creeelius Dispensary supplies 

317. J. H. Woods Fresh fish 

318. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 

319. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 

320. Johnson Coal Mining Co Coal 

321. Meyer Bros Groceries 

322. Vaughan's Seed Store Beans 

323. Jones Hardware Co Fittings and hardware 

324. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh meats 

325. Albert Gall Curtains and shades 

326. Armour & Co Cured meats 

327. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries 

328. Kingan & Co Butterine 

329. Oliver C. Moore Breadstuffs and provender 

330. Swift & Co Fresh meats and lard 1.071 46 

331. The Standard Electric Co Electric light supplies 

332. The John Van Range Co Retiuuing jacket kettles 

333. Wm. Hill & Co Potatoes 

334. Wm. B. Burford Printing and stationery 

335. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 

336. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for June, 1904 o !rA qr 

337. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,6o0 8f) 



Amount. 


$206 83 


305 46 


381 85 


421 95 


1,842 63 


1 80 


1 98 


3 75 


28 60 


52 24 


69 33 


124 23 


181 47 


362 58 


430 24 


3,622 15 


1 20 


2 00 


2 52 


3 00 


6 00 


6 OO 


7 52 


8 80 


8 82 


9 00 


9 06 


12 00 


18 00 


26 35 


29 00 


29 88 


36 60 


4115 


42 30 


61 59 


72 80 


78 08 


82 32 


82 90 


89 52 


90 50 


102 04 


114 07 


132 50 


157 44 


184 94 


194 40 


297 00 


1,071 46 


8 47 


13 20 


66 66 


87 95 


103 39 



Y6 
EXHIBIT 3— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

338. The Wiggins Co Staple supplies 

339. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing 

340. Henry Willie Queensware 

341. Nicholson & Bro Glass pens 

342. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 

343. The Peter Johnson Co Cooking utensils 

344. L. M. Jones Co Thread 

345. Gift Floral Co Plants 

346. Dille & McGuire Mfg. Co Sharpening lawn mowers 

347. The B. P. Wissler Co Advertising 

348. The Palladium Co Advertising 

349. The Item Newspaper Co Advertising 

350. Richmond Baking Co Yeast 

351. Nolte & Kemper Rugs 

352. Richmond Home Telephone Co Rental 

353. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 

354. H. R. Downing & Son Undertaking 

355. The John Van Range Co Retinning copper kettles 

356. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Napkins and curtain goods..., 

357. The Central Union Telephone Co Rental 

358. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 

359. Rowlett Desk Mfg. Co Office desks 

360. The Yale & Towne Mfg. Co Keys 

361. C. W. Kemper Melons 

362. Steele- Wedeles Co Groceries 

363. Armour & Co Fresh meats 

364. C. E. Crecelius Dispensary supplies 

365. Gilbert T. Dunham Furniture 

366. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 

367. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries 

368. H. W. Loehr Potatoes and fruit 

369. Meyer Bros Groceries 

370. P. T. Frohnapfel Groceries 

371. J. North & Son Breadstuffs and provender 

372. Nelson Morris & Co Meats and butterine 

373. Swift & Co Fresh beef 1,049 43 

374. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 

375. R. G. Zesiger Flooring and harrow 

376. Hefiry Vogt Machine Co Cold store supplies 

377. Hackman & Klehfoth Lime and bos material 

378. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Mop handles 

379. Albert Turner Potatoes 

3S0. Adam H. Bartel Co Umbrellas and needles 

381. Geo. B. Miller Harvesting 

382. Jones Hardware Co Hardware 

383. Thomas A. Jones, Trustee Salary and expense 

384. Warren Bigler, Trustee Salary and expense 

385. A. Heimberger, Trustee Salary and expense 

386. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 

387. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for' July, 1903 

358. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,625 28 

359. The Advance Co Drilling pipe 

390. Dean Bros. Steam Pump Works Lever for pump 

391. Schneider's Carriage Factory Work on wagon 

392. Adam H. Bartel Co Thread 

393. Schultz & Laning Tinware 

394. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuffs 



Amount. 


$1 50 


2 52 


2 70 


2 75 


3 24 


3 35 


4 50 


4 75 


5 00 


6 18 


6 21 


6 54 


8 25 


8 50 


9 00 


11 08 


12 00 


13 20 


14 50 


15 00 


16 00 


26 40 


31 66 


39 75 


42 02 


53 28 


60 90 


63 75 


90 00 


134 98 


148 38 


225 68 


232 18 


295 75 


567 72 


1,049 43 


4 64 


6 25 


14 40 


15 10 


24 00 


29 52 


35 60 


37 00 


65 88 


90 55 


99 70 


105 00 


99 25 


351 62 


3,625 28 


1 25 


1 40 


1 50 


4 25 


7 15 



EXHIBIT 3— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

395. Kipp Bros. Co Ke-y chains $9 00 

396. ' Wm. Hill & Co Clover seed 10 63 

397. A. G. Luken & Co Drugs 15 12 

398. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 16 66 

399. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk IS 00 

400. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 38 00 

401. J. T. Heinbaugh Potatoes 40 95 

402. F. T. Frohnapfel ..Groceries 4118 

403. Libby, McNeill & Libby Sausage 44 44 

404. C. B. Crecelius Dispensary supplies 59 12 

405. Steele-Wedeles Co Groceries 68 98 

403. John M. Eggemeyer Potatoes ., 69 36 

407. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 75 22 

408. C. W. Kemper Melons 79 50 

409. Berry-Suhling Tobacco Co Tobacco 8100 

410. Ballou Basket Co Laundry Baskets 84 00 

411. H. W. Loehr Potatoes 9175 

412. Wm. B. Burford Printing and stationery 99 72 

413. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 112 50 

414. Meyer Bros Groceries 139 77 

415. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Bedding 146 25 

416. Dougan & Co Insurance 147 OO 

417. Jones Hardware Co Pipe, fittings and hardware 16119 

418. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries 184 42 

419. L. M. Jones Co Dry goods and notions 194 07 

420. Armour & Co Fresh meats 201 79 

421. Miller & Hart Cured meats 203 64 

422. Nelson Morris & Co Butterine and sausage 311 85 

423. J. North & Son Breadstuffs and provender 322 45 

424. Swift & Co Fresh beef and sausage 582 74 

425. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries and coflfee 651 53 

426. Geo. B. Miller Harvesting 3 00 

427. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 4 00 

428. Warner Elevator Mfg. Co Gear wheel for elevator 8 50 

429. Charles Hire Harvesting 20 25 

430. S.E.Smith Incidental expense 60 25 

431. Knight & Jillson Co Pipe and fltVlngs 124 52 

432. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for August, 1903 274 74 

433. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,608 09 

434. Tbe Wiggins Co Harness 2 50 

435. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing 2 25 

436. Nolte & Kemper Curtain fixtures 2 65 

437. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 3 24 

438. Steele-Wedeles Co Groceries 5 16 

439. The Advance Co Work on flush tank 7 68 

440. Richmond Baking Co .Breadstuffs ^ 50 

441. Adam H. Bartel Co Dry goods and notions 15 00 

442. C. S. Wilson Dental work for patient 16 00 



443. A. G. Luken & Co Drug 



17 42 



444. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 18 00 

445. International Silver Co Table knives and spoons 20 80 

443. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 2197 



447. Schultz & Laning Tinware 



25 50 



448. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Dry goods and notions 28 88 

449. Kramer Mfg. Co Dining tables 36 00 

450. Nelson Morris & Co Sausage 

451. Standard Oil Co Oils 



38 26 
40 67 



78 
EXHIBIT 3— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

452. Meyer Bros Groceries $53 72 

453. L. M. Jones Co Laundry duck 54 63 

454. Knight & JUlson Co Pipe and fittings 57 77 

455. Schneider's Carriage Factory Vehicles 60 00 

456. Jones Hardware Co Fittings, hardware and oil 63 01 

457. C. W. Kemper Melons 65 00 

45S. Richmond Chair Co Chairs 70 00 

459. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for September, 1903 70 42 

460. C. E. Crecelius Drugs 76 29 

461. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries 107 83 

462. Edmund P. Thayer ; Eggs 142 50 

463. Miller & Hart.. Cured meats 158 99 

464. W. C. Reynolds Stock hogs 201 50 

465. J. North & Son Breadstufifs and provender 339 00 

466. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 372 82 

467. Swift & Co Fresh meats and butterine 1,637 32 

468. S. B. Smith Incidental expense 77 52 

469. Knight & Jillson Co Pipe and fittings 191 19 

470. Schultz & Laning Work on stokers 62 60 

471. Charles Hire Cutting ensilage 47 10 

472. Geo. B. Miller Cutting ensilage 23 85 

473. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,640 42 

474. E. N. Turman Cartage 2 25 

475. Gilbert T. Dunham Furniture 3 50 

476. The Advance Co Engineers' supplies 4 26 

477. The Wiggins Co Carriage robe 5 00 

478. The B. F. Wissler Co.. Advertising 5 34 

479. The Palladium Co Advertising 5 79 

480. Hackman & Klehfoth Blacksmiths' coal 6 00 

481. The Item Newspaper Co Advertising _. 6 54 

482. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing 7 80 

483. O. H. Little Fertilizer 9 00 

484. John Benning & Son Fertilizer 12 50 

485. Ferd. Grothaus Furniture 12 50 

486. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 16 00 

487. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 16 60 

488. C. H. Clawson Fertilizer 17 50 

489. Henry Wilke Queensware 22 95 

490. Steele- Wedeles Co Groceries 36 53 

491. C. C. Pierson Poultry 4125 

492. J. H. Woods Fresh fish 45 00 

493. Vaughan's Seed Store Seeds and bulbs 51 90 

494. W. C. Reynolds Stock hogs 60 00 

495. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Napery and curtains 6106 

496. Nicholson & Bro ' Library books 68 71 

497. A. Heimberger, Trustee Salary and expense 85 00 

498. Warren Bigler, Trustee Salary and expense 99 60 

499. Central Union Telephone Co. Annual rental 101 50 

500. C. E. Crecelius Drugs 116 79 

501. Leslie Cook Timothy hay 131 25 

502. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 158 40 

503. Nolte & Kemper Carpets, rugs and curtains 184 58 

504. Albert Gall Carpets and rugs 242 25 

505. The P. R. Mitchell Co Mattress hair and feathers • 298 30 

506. Wm. Hill & Co Potatoes 353 20 

507. J. North & Son Breadstuffs and provender 356 97 

508. Geo. B. Miller , Corn and stock hogs 399 00 



79 
EXHIBIT 3— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

509. Swift & Co Meats and butterine $1,29149 

510. The Peter Johnson Co Cooking utensils 2 35 

511. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 4 32 

512. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuffs 8 50 

513. John S. Henwood "Apples 26 95 

514. The Wiggins Co Harness 30 00 

515. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies - 62 16 

516. Meyer Bros Groceries 66 37 

517. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for October, 1903 76 50 

518. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 91 11 

519. Thomas A. Jones, Trustee .Salary and expense 92 65 

520. Jones Hardware Co Hardware and mops 99 64 

521. Mather Bros. Co Coal 13158 

522. Wm. B. Burford Printing and stationery 158 81 

523. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 207 00 

524. H. W. Loehr Potatoes 323 55 



Total $105,798 49 



EXHIBIT 4. 



SHOWING CLASSIFIED EXPENDITURES ON ACCOUNT OF RE- 
PAIRS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 
OCTOBER 31, 1903. 

Brick and stoiie $27 64 

Masonry 29 64 

Roofs 220 21 

Wall-papering 247 63 

Lumber 405 13 

Repair pay-roll 2,085 15 

Paints and oils 285 02 

Pipe and fittings 63 08 

Galvanized iron worli 49 95 

Hardware and glass 33 70 

Cement and lime 49 53 

Upholstering 142 22 

Electrical supplies 70 33 

Steam tank 64 00 

Furnace supplies 125 94 

Plastering 4 00 

Steam pump repairs 61' 88 

Plumbing ■ • • 23 40 

Current expense $3,988 45 

Total $3,988 45 $3,988 45 



80 
EXHIBIT 5. 



LIST OF VOUCHERS SHOWING DISBURSEMENTS ON ACCOUNT 

OF REPAIRS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 

OCTOBER 31, 1903. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Acdount of. Amount. 

1. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll $110 65 

2. Nicholson & Bro Wall-papering 2 85 

3. A. G. Luken & Co Paint and oils 4 85 

4. Jones Hardware Co Pipe and fittings 33 00 

5. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 128 37 

6. Schultz & Laning Work on roofs -:.. 8 30 

7. S. B. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll - 132 10 

8. A. G. Luken & Co Paints 1 00 

9. Mather Bros. Co Fire-clay 1 50 

10. Jones Hardware Co Pipe and glass 16 83 

11. William Cain Lumber 26 94 

12. Schultz & Laning Galvanized iron work 39 15 

13. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 83 40 

14. Jones Hardware Co Pipe and fittings 23 00 

15. A. G. Luken & Co Paints and oils 45 43 

16. William Cain Lumber 103 42 

17. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 117 75 

18. A. G. Luken & Co Paints and oils 1 35 

19. L. M. Jones Co Parquetry flooring 13 37 

20. Jones Hardware Co Paints 62 90 

21. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 163 50 

22. William Cain Lumber 165 00 

23. A. G. Luken Co Turpentine 2 95 

24. Louck & Hill Co Window frames and sash 12 50 

25. Schultz & Laning Repairing roofs 110 08 

26. Albert Gall '. Painting rooms 209 00 

27. S. B. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 246 50 

28. Kramer Mfg. Co Lumber and woodwork 20 50 

29. Nicholson & Bro :. Wall-papering 35 78 

30. Jones Hardware Co Paints and glass 37 00 

31. Standard Electric Co Electrical supplies 4113 

32. Albert Gall Grille work 65 00 

33. A. E. Jones & Co Upholstering 69 46 

34. Schultz & Laning Repairing roofs 96 88 

35. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 256 35 

33. Knight & Jillson Co Steam fittings 1 33 

37. Mather Bros. Co Lime 4 40 

38. Wm. Wagner & Son Cutting windows '15 54 

39. Jones Hardware Co Paints and oils 27 78 

40. C. E. Crecelius Paints 30 00 

41. A. G. Luken & Co Paints and varnish 44 15 

42. A. E. Jones & Co Upholstering 72 76 

43. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 211 88 

44. Jones Hardware Co Varnish 1125 

45. Schultz & Laning Repairing roofs 15 75 

46. Hackman & Klehfoth Sewer pipe and cement 15 95 

47. Jacob Kern Building steam tank 64 00 

48. Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Co Stoker repairs 125 94 

49. S. B. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 187 40 

50. Prank Steinkamp Plastering 4 00 

51. Wm. Wagner & Son Masonry 14 10 

52. William Cain Lumber 29 52 



81 
EXHIBIT 5— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

53. S. E. Smith, Med. Snpt Repair pay-roll $201 95 

54. A. G. Luken & Co Paints 2 46 

55. John A. Hasecoster Grille work and windows 15 00 

56. Jones Hardware Co Oils 17 55 

57. Hackman & Klehfoth Cement 24 00 

58. William Cain Lumber 32 76 

59. The Advance Co Repairing steam pump 61 88 

60. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 245 30 

61. A. G. Luken & Co Paints 5 75 

62. Jones Hardware Co '. Glass 16 90 

63. C. H. Johanning Plumbing 23 40 

64. Wm. Wagner & Son Paving blocks 27 64 

65. Western Electric Co Electric light supplies 29 20 

66. William Cain Lumber 84 47 

Total $3,988 45 



EXHIBIT 6. 



SHOWING CLASSIFIED EXPENDITURES ON ACCOUNT OF 

CLOTHING FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 

OCTOBER 31, 1903. 

Dry goods $546 24 

Furnisliings 82 55 

Overalls ' 45 75 

Hose '. 46 85 

Trousers 168 45 

Men's suits 705 26 

Shirts and underwear 541 60 

Boots and shoes 690 25 

Clothing pay-roll 160 00 

Hats and caps H 88 

Current expense $2,998 83 

Total $2,998 83 $2,998 83 

EXHIBIT 7. 



LIST OF VOUCHERS SHOWING DISBURSEMENTS ON ACCOUNT 

OF CLOTHING FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 

OCTOBER 31, 1903. 



No. 



To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

$52 75 

18 38 



1. J. M. Williams Shoes 

2. L. M. Jones Co Dry goods 

3. Adam H. Bartel Co Underwear and hose 

4. J. M. Williams Boots and shoes 



36 50 
64 60 



6— Eastern Insstne. 



8^ 
EXHIBIT Y— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

5. Seymour Woolen Factory Co Flannel $82 13 

6. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings and findings 17 40 

7. J. M. Williams Boots and shoes 42 60 

8. L. M. Jones Co Dry goods 14161 

9. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings 1 12 

10. J. M. Williams Boots and shoes 37 90 

11. L. M. Jones Co Dry goods 57 03 

12. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Clothing 593 20 

13. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings 10 60 

14. J. M. Williams Shoes 36 SO 

15. J, M. Williams Shoes 43 10 

16. L. M. Jones Co Dry goods 90 47 

17. S. B. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pay-roll 32 00 

18. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings 18 00 

19. J. M. Williams Shoes 71 60 

20. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pay-roll 32 00 

21. Adam H. Bartel Co Men's furnishing goods 5 34 

22. L. M. Jones Co Men's furnishing goods 12 45 

23. Jones Hardware Co Shoe soles 14 40 

24. J. M. Williams Shoes 79 50 

25. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pay-roll 32 00 

26. Jones Hardware Co Grommets ' 4 50 

27. J. M. Williams Shoes 28 80 

28. L. M. Jones Co Underwear 40 50 

29. Adam H. Bartel Co '. Clothing and hose 90 31 

30. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Clothing, underwear, slippers 559 07 

31. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pay-roll 32 00 

32. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings 4 00 

33. J. M. Williams Shoes 43 40 

34. L. M. Jones Co Dry goods 156 62 

35. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Clothing and caps 176 25 

36. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing paj^-roll 32 00 

37. J. M. Williams Shoes 53 70 

38. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Underwear 70 12 

39. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings ...'. 10 58 

40. Sol. Pox & Co Clothing 17 50 

41. J. M. Williams Boots and shoes 56 00 



Total $2,998 S3 



83 
EXHIBIT 8. 



RECEIPTS FROM SALES COVERED INTO THE GENERAL FUND 

OF THE STATE TREASURY DURING THE FISCAL 

YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1903. 



Date. 


Article. 


To Whom Sold. 


Amount. 


1902. 


Two calf hides 




11 68 






9 GO 




One beef hide 


Weber & Holzapfel 


4 74 


1903. 
February 6.... 

February 6 

April 22 

May 22 

May 22 




15 00 


Two calves 


C A Underbill 


3 00 




12 52 






3 90 






1 95 


June 26. 


One beef hide 


Weber & Holzapfel 


4 00 


June 26 


AVeber & Holzapfel 


80 






Weber & Holzapfel 


2 25 


September 30.. 
September 30.. 




35 65 






15 20 


Total 




1109 69 











EXHIBIT 9. 



SUMMARY OF INVENTORY, OCTOBER 31, 1903. 

Real Estate- 
Land .$35,434 50 

Permanent improvements 681,419 17 

Total $716,853 67 

Personal Property- 
Offices . $4,023 38 

Dispensary 2,679 47 

Laboratory 559 64 

Officers' quarters 4,352 82 

Storeroom 9,465 46 

Department for Men 13,625 72 

Department for Women 15,752 09 

Dining lialls 2,052 27 

Assembly hall 1,351 05 

Employes' quarters 4,732 87 

General kitchen 2.523 85 

Cold store 379 00 

Bakery 237 26 



84 
EXHIBIT 9— Continued. 



Sewing-room $385 47 

Laundry 5,480 34 

Carpenter shop 2,277 38 

Paint sliop 221 09 

Mortuary 37 80 

Greenliouse 2,458 92 

Live stock 3,613 98 

Veliicles, harness and implements 2,880 00 

Dairy 1,609 82 

Products and supplies on hand 4,057 00 

Farm cottage 285 87 

Boiler house 4,639 78 



$89,682 33 



Total $806,536 00 



EXHIBIT 10. 



SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL 
YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Maintenance — 

Appropriation for 625 patients $104,000 00 

Appropriation for 61+ patients at $165 10,117 49 

Disbursements, Exhibit 11 $111,663 88 

Covered into general fund 2,453 569 



Total $114,117 49 $114,117 49 

Repairs- 
Appropriation $5,000 00 

Disbursements, Exhibit 13 $4,984 18 

Covered into general fund 15 82 

Total $5,000 00 $5,000 00 

Clothing — 

Appropriation - $5,000 00 

Disbursements, Exhibit 15 $4,348 96 

Covered into general fund 651 04 

Total $5,000 00 $5,000 00 

Sales- 
Receipts from sales. Exhibit 21 •. . $292 60 

Covered into general fund $292 60 

Total $292 60 $292 60 



85 
EXHIBIT 10— Continued. 



Specific Funds- 
Appropriation for general dining room $3,000 00 

Appropriation for sewerage system and plumbing 15^000 00 

Appropriation for electric light plant 1^500 OO 

Appropriation for workshop i 500 oo 

Appropriation for wagon bridge 2,500 00 

Appropriation for water supply g^50o oo 

Disbursements— 

For general dining room $2,972 53 

For sewerage system and plumbing,,. . . . 14,175 05 

For electric light plant 1,477 42 

For workshop 1,497 01 

Covered nito general fund 9,877 99 

Total $30,000 00 $30,000 00 



EXHIBIT 11. 



SHOWING CLASSIFIED EXPENDITURES ON ACCOUNT OF MAIN- 
TENANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 
OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Breadstuffs $4,516 95 

Buttermilk 204 00 

Rolled oats, rice and hominy 1,785 99 

Butterine 3,070 27 

Groceries 269 11 

Eggs 1,900 32 

Fresh meats 11,553 51 

Fresh fruits 959 85 

Fish and oysters 633 34 

Cured meats 1,831 34 

Vegetables 1,704 16 

Canned goods 1,004 95 

Poultry 501 54 

Syrup and vinegar 698 82 

Cheese 472 99 

Dried fruits 287 62 

Sugar 2,475 97 

Coffee 964 50 

Tea 191 56 

Lard 290 00 

Drugs and surgical instruments 1,036 46 

Engineers' supplies 871 92 



86 
EXHIBIT 11— Continuad. 



Blacksmithiug • $110 97 

Brooms, mops and brushes 301 95 

Soap and sal-soda 607 90 

Laundry supplies 354 73 

Traveling expenses 358 57 

Tinware 108 05 

Carpets and curtains 868 94 

Library, newspapers and periodicals 100 95 

Cold store supplies 68 68 

Trees, shrubs and plants * 65 40 

Tobacco 671 57 

Woodenware and crocliery 121 56 

Electric light supplies 253 33 

Telegrams 60 09 

Farm implements and tools 353 61 

Postage 285 00 

Toilet paper 262 50 

Electrical supplies 63 30 

Printing and stationery 650 81 

Cabinet work 218 89 

Cutlery 80 20 

Insurance 143 75 

Salaries and wages 45,910 88 

Natural gas 2,735 45 

Furniture 601 15 

Dry goods and notions 361 83 

Harness and horse millinery 159 38 

Tools 135 24 

Telephones 262 20 

Seeds, roots and plants 336 89 

Queensware 301 51 

Provender 1,054 39 

Fertilizer 147 43 

Napery 213 28 

Music and musical instruments 1,222 04 

Chaplain 105 00 

Amusements 192 50 

House furnishings 681 87 

Advertising 61 96 

Toweling 269 47 

Coal 10,479 24 

Cooking utensils 29 45 

Freight and express charges 93 19 

Live' stock 070 52 

Oils 191 76 

Hardware 73 82 



ST 
EXHIBIT 11— Contiuued. 



Bedding .5:1^551 7^ 

Belts and pulleys 8 73 

Veliicles 103 75 

Keys, chains and whistles . 85 91 

Fire protection 294 00 

Harvesting and threshing 43 41 

Current expense $111,063 88 



Total $111,663 88 $111,663 88 



EXHIBIT 12. 



LIST OF VOUCHERS SHOWING DISBURSEMENTS ON ACCOUNT 
- OF MAINTENANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 
OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Vo. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pa.v-roll $3,591 36 

2. Nolte & Kemper Curtain rod 20 

3. The Peter Johnson Co Tinware 25 

4. Arthur Jordan Co Butterine 110 

5. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing 2 52 

6. E. N. Turman Cartage 3 00 

7. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries 5 65 

8. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuffs S 00 

9. Richmond Home Telephone Co Rental 9 00 

10. Vaughan's Seed Store Bulbs 9 00 

11. Jones Hardware Co Hardware and candles 9 89 

12. Schultz & Laning Oven pans 12 50 

13. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 12 09 

14. Geo. Schwegmann Sausage 13 50 

15. Central Union Telephone Co Rental 15 00 

16. Adam H. Bartel Co Oil cloth 15 50 

17. L. M. Jones Co... Diy goods .•.-• 15 53 

IS. Ceoterville Creauior.v Co Buttcriuilk 16 00 

19. Wni. II. Thomas & Co Napoiy -S 00 

20. A. G. Luken & Co. Dispensary supplies 50 05 

21. C. E. Crecelius Drugs and sundries 54 38 

22. Steele- Wedeles Co Groceries 54 88 

23. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 57 46 

24. J. H. "Woods Fresh fish 60 00 

25. P. T. Frohnapfel Canned peas 87 50 

26. C.W.Kemper Potatoes 137 90 

27. J. S. Henwood Apples 24138 

28. Edmund P. Thayer Poultry and eggs 280 SO 

29. Armour & Co Fresh meats 307 11 

30. Champion Roller Milling Co Breadstuffs and provender 335 08 

31. Meyer Bros Groceries 46100 

■32. H. W. T.oehr Potatoes aud fruits |!34 -W 

SS. Swift &, Co.,,.,, Fresh meats and butterine 776 58 



EXHIBIT 12— Continued. 



j7o. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

34. Nelson Morris & Co Sausage $63 93 

35. Albertson & Hobbs Fruit trees 65 40 

36. Buffalo Specialty Co Bread cutter 15 00 

37. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 55 64 

38. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for November, 1903 135 75 

39. Johnson Coal Mining Co Coal 1,715 57 

40. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,622 47 

41. The Peter Johnson Co Cooking utensils 25 

42. Quaker City Machine Co Fertilizer 100 

43. The Wiggins Co Harness oil 1 00 

44. Henry Wilke Cooking utensils 125 

45. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Notions 3 30 

46. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing 3 40 

47. Nicholson & Bro Games 3 48 

48. H. W. Loehr ' Holly .' 6 50 

49. Sprague, Warner & Co — ., Groceries 7 58 

50. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 8 60 

51. Richmond Baking Co Yeast 9 25 

52. Roberts & Martin Sausage 14 00 

53. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 14 53 

54. Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co Clocks 18 00 

53. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 18 00 

56. Adam H. Bartel & Co Christmas supplies 2192 

57. John W. Morgan Apple butter 28 19 

58. Schultz & Laning Tinware 29 25 

59. M. A. Hasty Candy 30 00 

60. Standard Oil Co Oils 30 16 

61. Weber & Holsapf el Tallow 33 72 

62. C. C. Pierson Sausage 4188 

63. Hollweg !& Reese Queensware 55 26 

64. A. G. Luken & Co Drugs 103 26 

65. Knight & Jillson Co Engineers' supplies 105 67 

66. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Dry goods 112 74 

67. F. T. Frohnapfel Sugar corn and lemons 117 50 

68. Arthur Jordan Co , Eggs 161 25 

69. Jones Hardware Co Engineers' supplies 198 25 

70. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries 343 12 

71. Champion Roller Milling Co Breadstuffs and provender 344 33 

72. Swift «& Co Butterine and calves 568 66 

73. Meyer Bros Groceries 774 82 

74. Armour & Co Dressed beef 861 7-7 

75. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 1,288 94 

76. The Richmond Natural Gas Co......... Gas for December, 1903 124 35 

77. The Warner Elevator Mfg. Co Gear wheel 9 50 

78. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 65 35 

79. Johnson Coal Mining Co Coal 1,643 82 

80. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,613 13 

81. Hackman & Klehfoth Lime 2 20 

82. The Advance Co Turning pump rod 2 63 

83. Nolte & Kemper Carpet sweeper and matting 4 54 

84. The B. F. Wissler Co Advertising 5 34 

85. The Item Newspaper Co Advertising 6 54 

86. Wm. H. Armstrong & Co Surgical instruments 6 57 

87. The Palladium Co Advertising 7 11 

88. Richmond Baking Co Yeast and crackers 8 00 

89. Richmond Home Telephone Co Rental 9 00 

90. The Warner Elevator Mfg. Co Gearwheel 10 10 



89 
EXHIBIT 12— Contimied. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

91. Central Union Telephone Co . .^ Rental $14 00 

92. Central Union Telephone Co Rental 15 00 

93. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 18 OO 

94. Knight & Jillson Co Fittings 24 48 

95. Continental Brush Co Brushes 27 00 

96. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 32 90 

97. Schwarzschild & Sulzberger Co Sausage 39 60 

9S. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 42 04 

99. Berry-Suhling Tobacco Co Tobacco 52 50 

100. Mather Bros. Co Coal 53 23 

101. General Mectric Co Electric light supplies 56 89 

102. Sprague, Warner «& Co Groceries 66 53 

103. Schultz & Laning Tinware 67 35 

104. C. C. Pierson Sausage 70 86 

105. Thomas A. Jones, Trustee Salary and expense 87 75 

106. Jones Hardware Co House furnishings 87 27 

107. A. Heimberger, Trustee Salary and expense 105 00 

108. Miller & Hart Cured meats 154 78 

109. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 125 20 

110. Arthur Jordan Co Eggs 168 30 

111. Adam H. Bartel Co Toilet paper 272 15 

112. J. North & Son Breadstuffs and provender 310 57 

113. Meyer Bros Groceries 338 98 

114. Swift & Co Fresh meats and butterine 460 59 

115. Armour & Co Fresh beef 628 55 

116. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing 2 52 

117. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 6 96 

118. H. H. Kocher & Son Flowerpots 1164 

119. The Wiggins Co..... Stable supplies 14 70 

120. The Standard Electric Co Electric light supplies 19 61 

121. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Mop handles 25 73 

122. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 70 62 

123. Warren Bigler, Trustee Salary 75 00 

124. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for January, 1904 8100 

125. Johnson Coal Mining Co Coal 959 15 

126.' S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,65196 

127. Arthur Jordan Co Butterine 95 

128. Western Electric Co Globe rings 1 05 

129. The Wiggins Co Repairing harness 1 10 

130. Ferd. Grothaus Mirror 125 

131. The Peter Johnson Co Tinware 1 85 

132. American Time Detector Co Rubber blocks 2 40 

133. The Globe-Wernicke Co Indexes 3 60 

134. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 6 84 

135. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Napery V 00 

136. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuffs 7 25 

137. William Cain , Hot-bed sash 9 30 

138. Central Union Telephone Co ....Rental 10 50 

139. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 11 73 

140. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 14 00 

141. J. H. Woods Fresh fish 18 00 

142. American Laundry Machinery Co Mangle apron 20 15 

143. Adam H. Bartel Co Notions 26 88 

144. Knight & Jillson Co Fittings 46 04 

145. Nelson Morris & Co Mutton 48 60 

146. Steele-Wedeles Co Groceries 57 50 

147. Roberts & Martin Sausage 75 31 



90 



EXHIBIT 12— Continued. 



\No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

148. C. & W. Kramer Cabinet work 

149. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for February, 1904 

150. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Dry goods 

151. Peter Henderson & Co Garden and flower seeds — 

152. William B. Burford Printing and stationery 

153. Jones Hardware Co Tools, mops and fittings 

154. I. R. Ho ward & Co Groceries 

155. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 

156. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 

157. Meyer Bros Groceries 

158. J. North & Son Breadstuffs and provender . . 

159. Swift & Co Fresh meats and butterine.. 

160. Armour & Co Fresh beef 

161. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 

162. Johnson Coal Mining Co Coal 

163. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 

164. The Advance Co Drilling pipe 

165. The Wiggins Co Driving bits 

166. Columbus Butter Co Butterine 

167. Henry Wilke Slop jars 

168. The Peter Johnson Co Cooking utensils 

169. Nicholson Printing and Mfg. Co Mailing tubes 

170. L. N. Cox & Son Blaeksmithing 

171. Julius Katte » Blaeksmithing 

172. Fred. H. Jones : Apple butter 

173. E. N. Turman Cartage 

174. Vaughan's Seed Store Garden seeds 

175. Charles Hire Straw 

176. Schultz & Laning Work on tubs 

177. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuffs 

178. The John W. Grubbs Co Fruit 

179. H. W. Loehr Oranges 

180. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 

181. Wm. H. Armstrong & Co Surgical instruments 

182. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 

183. William Cain Cabinet material 

184. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Bedding 

185. Steel-Wedeles Co Groceries 

186. Roberts & Martin : Cured meats 

187. General Electric Co Carbons 

188. I^. M. Jones Co Dry goods 

ISO. Berry-Suhling Tobacco Co Tobacco 

190. Carsou, Piric, Scott iV: Co Dry goods 

191. J. H. Woods Fresh fish 

192. F. T. Frohnapf el Groceries 

193. Adam H. Bartel Co Toweling 

194. Edmund P. Thayer "Eggs 

195. Dougan & Co Insurance 

196. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 

197. Jones Hardware Co Farm implements and hose. 

198. I. R. Howard & Co .....Groceries 

199. Nelson Morris & Co Butterine 

200. Knight & Jillson Co Electrical supplies 

201. William B. Burford Printing and stationery 

202. James A. Nicholson Rest sheets 

203. Richmond Natural Gas Co (Jas for March, 1904 

204. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 



Amount. 


$83 95 


86 55 


88 21 


113 80 


119 19 


130 06 


131 61 


145 33 


154 77 


217 27 


296 87 


536 26 


627 76 


70 54 


2,037 46 


3,687 (» 


1 00 


105 


1 28 


' 1 90 


2 85 


3 00 


3 53 


3 60 


3 85 


4 50 


5 75 


5 88 


5 95 


7 75 


10 50 


13 50 


14 20 


17 90 


18 00 


19 04 


21 00 


25 32 


26 65 


34 65 


43 48 


52 50 


61 77 


75 00 


100 75 


112 50 


115 50 


117 50 


171 44 


177 96 


195 SO 


250 80 


2 25 


21 75 


54 00 


68 40 



91 
EXHIBIT 12— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

205. Swift & Co Fresh and cured meats $354 71 

206. Meyer Bros Groceries 372 11 

207. Champion Roller Milling Co Breadstuffs and provender 403 75 

208. Armour & Co Fresh beef 658 77 

209. Johnson Coal Mining Co Coal • 932 67 

210. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,719 65 

211. E. N. Turman Cartage 3 00 

212. Schultz & Laning Tinware 3 30 

213. The B. F. Wissler Co Advertising 4 14 

214. William Cain Cabinet work 5 05 

215. The Palladium Co Advertising 5 95 

216. Lee B. Nusbaum Curtain goods 6 30 

217. The Item Newspaper Co Advertising 6 54 

218. O. H. Little Fertilizer 9 00 

219. Richmond Home Telephone Co Rental 9 00 

220. H. W. Loehr ■ Seed potatoes 9 00 

221. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries 11 00 

222. Benning & Son Fertilizer 12 50 

223. Central Union Telephone Co Reital 15 00 

224. Dille & McGuire Mfg. Co Repairing lawn mowers 16 50 

225. Chas. H. Clawson Fertilizer 17 50 

226. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 18 00 

227. Adam H. Bartel Co Notions 23 20 

228. Weber and Holsapfel Tallow 26 28 

229. Nolte & Kemper Carpets and curtains 27 33 

230. Standard Oil Co Coal oil 30 16 

231. Knight & Jillson Co Fittings 36 56 

232. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 38 06 

233. Frank W. Spinning Timothy hay 54 11 

234. J. H. Woods Fresh fish 67 50 

235. Roberts & Martin Cured meats 82 45 

236. J. B. Gilbert Milch cows 90 00 

237. Thomas A. Jones, Trustee Salary and expense 93 40 

238. A. Heimberger, Trustee Salary and expense 105 00 

239. Warren Bigler, Trustee Salary and expense 107 05 

240. F. T. Frohnapfel Groceries 108 27 

241. Berry-Suhling Tobacco Co Tobacco 127 75 

242. Nelson Morris & Co Butterine : 246 C2 

243. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 262 62 

244. Swift & Co ". Fresh meats and sausage 313 26 

245. Champion Roller Milling Co Breadstuffs and provender 432 SG 

246. Armour & Co Beef and euved meals 572 41 

247. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 3 60 

248. Nicholson & Bro Plate rail 4 00 

249. Charles Hire Plowing 6 65 

260. Henry Wilke Queensware 8 00 

251. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuffs 8 25 

252. L. N. Cox •& Son Blacksmithing and fertilizer 17 94 

253. The Wiggins Co Harness and halters 26 70 

254. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 58 33 

255. Richmond Chair Co Chairs 66 00 

256. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 68 78 

257. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for April, 1904 105 SO 

258. William Hill & Co _ Field seed 137 30 

259. Meyer Bros Groceries 20161 

260. Jones Hardware Co Hose, fittings nml li.Trdwnve 24138 

261. 'I. R. Howard & Co Groceries ^'^0 68 



92 
EXHIBIT 12— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

262. Johnson Coal Mining Co Coal $1,268 30 

263. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 

264. Schultz & Laning Tinware 

265. Arthur Jordan Co Butterine 

266. E. N. Turman Cartage 

267. Vaughan's Seed Store Garden seeds 

268. Steele-Wedeles Co Groceries 

269. Henry Wilke Queensware 

270. Nolte & Kemper Curtains and rugs 

271. Carl Fischer Music 

272. Nicholson & Bro Musical instruments 

273. A. Meinecke & Son Bread baskets 

274. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Towels and napery 

275. C. W. Kemper Potatoes 

276. John Bussen Farm work 

277. Chas. Mayer & Co Base-ball goods 

278. Gilbert T. Dunham Furniture 

279. Dougan & Co Insurance 

280. Western Electric Co Electrical supplies 

281. Richmond Roller Mills Prorender -. . . 

282. Richmond Chair Co Chairs 

283. Roberts & Martin Cured meats , 

284. The Geiger-Tinney Co Tea 

285. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries - 

286. J. H. Woods Fresh flsh 

287. William B. Burford Printing and stationery 

288. The Lagonda Mfg. Co Tube cleaner 

289. Miller & Hart Cured meats 

290. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 

291. F. T. Frohnapfel Groceries 

292. The John W. Grubbs Co Groceries 

293. Albert Gall Furniture and curtains 

294. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs and poultry .' 

295. J. North & Son Breadstuffs and provender 

296. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh meats and butterine 

297. Johnson Coal Mining Co Coal 

298. Armour & Co Fresh beef and sausage 

299. The Advance Co Work on pulley 

300. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing 

301. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 

302. The Wiggins Co Stable supplies 

303. Richmond Baking Co... Breadstuffs 

304. Knight & Jillson Co Gas mixers 

305. Centerville Creamery Co Buttermilk 

306. Weber & Holzapfel Laundry supplies 

307. William Hill & Co Fertilizer 

308. Schneider's Carriage Factory Work on vehicles 

309. John W. Brennan Timothy hay 

310. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 

311. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 

312. Jones Hardware Co Hardware, pipe and fittings 

313. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for May, 1904 

314. H. W. Loehr Potatoes 

315. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 

316. Me.ver Bros Groceries 

317. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 

318. Nolte & Kemper Rugs .' 



3,717 34 


50 


1 20 


3 00 


8 35 


10 28 


10 50 


24 88 


11 41 


12 25 


14 40 


19 12 


20 86 


21 61 


22 30 


24 00 


26 25 


36 15 


40 40 


41 50 


41 64 


46 SO 


65 27 


67 50 


68 05 


75 00 


91 42 


101 30 


116 31 


119 55 


198 50 


272 70 


404 60 


445 02 


447 15 


620 63 


1 08 


2 52 


3 78 


3 85 


7 50 


7 57 


18 00 


24 36 


37 38 


39 00 


39 15 


71 16 


74 22 


91 81 


96 20 


109 80 


163 29 


222 95 


3,748 20 


11 80 



EXHIBIT 12— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

319. Henry Wilke Queenswaie $13 63 

320. G. W. Sanders Buttermilk 16 00 

321. Adam H. Bartel Co House furnishings 20 05 

322. Schneider's Carriage Factory Work on wagons 22 75 

323. W. C. Reynolds Hay 23 85. 

324. American Laundry Machinery Co Laundry supplies 3192 

325. F. T. Frohnapfel Groceries 32 15 

326. Consolidated Fireworks Co Fireworks 33 00 

327. C.W.Kemper Potatoes 37 51 

328. Gilbert T. Dunham E'urniture 38 75 

329. Ferd. Grothaus Furniture 4125 

330. H. W. Loehr Potatoes 44 04 

33L Hibben, Hollweg & Co Dry goods 47 05 

332. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Napery " 54 87 

333. Swift & Co Cured meats 65 92 

334. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 70 56 

335. Knight & Jillson Co Engineers' supplies 76 06 

336. . Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Dry goods 81 37 

337. William Hill & Co Potatoes 82 20 

338. The Yale & Towne Mfg. Co Keys and locks 85 91 

339. J. H. Woods Fresh fish 104 50 

340. O. F. Bales Stock pigs 105 00 

341. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 115 20 

342. Miller & Hart Cured meats 125 96 

343. The Duck Brand Co Sanitary blankets 135 00 

344. Geo. Schwegman Lard 145 00 

345. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 150 10 

346. A. G. Luken & Co Drugs and sundries 170 52 

347. L. M. Jones Co Dry goods 248 24 

348. Meyer Bros Groceries 311 77 

349. Jones Hardware Co Hose and fittings 382 23 

350. Champion Roller Milling Co Breadstuffs and provender 402 95 

351. Nelson Morris & Co Fresh meats and butterine 451 14 

352. Beckman & Co Blankets 498 50 

353. Armour & Co Fresh and cured meats 989 81 

354. E. C. Routh Work on phaeton 75 

355. C. B. Hunt Berry baskets 158 

356. William Cain Work on hay bed 2 39 

357. The Singer Mfg. Co Work on sewing machines 2 92 

358. McConaha & Taylor Work on mower. 



2 95 



359. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 3 00 

360. The Wiggins Co Horse sheets 

361. E. N. Turman Cartage 

362. Hackman & Klehfoth Lime 



3 05 

3 75 

4 40 



363. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing 5 31 

364. Dille & McGuire Mfg. Co Sharpening lawn mowers 

365. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuffs 

366. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 

367. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for June, 1904 

368. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,999 04 

369. The Advance Co Work on shaft 1 05 

370. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing 2 68 



22 

8 25 

58 47 

315 10 



371. McConaha & Taylor Work on mower, 

372. The B. F. Wissler Co Advertising 



373. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Bedding 

374. The Item Newspaper Co Advertising . . . 

375. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 



3 30 

5 46 

6 45 

6 54 

7 20 



94 
EXHIBIT J.2— Continued. 



No. To WJiom Paid. On Account of. 

376. Vaughan's Seed Store Garden seeds 

377. Richmond Baking Co BreadstufEs 

378. Rielimond Home Telephone Co Rental 

379. The Wiggins Co Stable supplies 

380. Central Union Telephone Co Rental 

381. F. T. Frohnapf el Groceries 

382. Geo. W. Sanders Buttermilk 

383. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 

384. Standard Oil Co Oils 

385. Adam H. Bartel Co Dry goods 

386. Steele- Wedeles Co Groceries 

387. Philip Schneider, Sr Work on delivery wagon 

388. C. E. Crecelius Drugs 

389. A. G. Luken & Co Drugs and laundry supplies 

390. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 

391. Warren Bigler, Trustee Salary and expense 

392. C. W. Kemper Potatoes 

393. A. Heimberger, Trustee Salary and expense 

394. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 

395. Jones Hardware Co Hardware and fittings 

396. Schultz & Laning Kitchen canopy and tinware. . . 

397. Nelson Morris & Co Butterine 

398. Meyer Bros Groceries 

399. Swift & Co Fresh and cured meats 

400. Champion Roller Milling Co BreadstuflEs and provender 

401. The Starr Piano Co Two pianos -. 

402. The Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for July, 1904 

403. Armour & Co Fresh and cured meats 

404. I. R. Howard & Co Sugar and groceries 1,045 16 

405. The Palladium Co Advertising 

406. Geo. B. Miller ; Harvesting oats 

407. W. C. Reynolds Harvesting hay 

408. Thomas A. Jones, Trustee Salary and expense 

409. H. W. Loehr Vegetables and fruits 

410. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 

411. W. C. Reynolds Timothy and clover hay 

412. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 

413. McConaha & Taylor. . . .' Work on mower 

414. W. C. Reynolds Threshing oats 

415. J. H. Russell Work on awnings 

416. Arthur Jordan Co Butterine 

417. Sherman Sheller Fruit 

418. The W. H. Albach Co Disinfectant 

419. The Babeock & Wilcox Co Engineers' supplies 

420. Western Electric Co ' Electric light supplies 

421. Reid, Murdoch & Co Groceries 

422. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Napery 

423. Dean Bros. Steam Pump Works Pump repairs 

424. Geo. W. Sanders Buttermilk 

425. C. W. Kemper Melons 

426. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 

427. William Cain Onion crates 

428. Geo. B. Miller Straw 

429. Edward Wilson Threshing oats 

430. Chas. Zuttermeister Melons 

431. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Mops 

432. Cummer Mfg. Co Onion crates 



$7 56 


7 95 


9 00 


9 05 


15 00 


15 75 


18 00 


24 13 


30 16 


30 73 


31 50 


35 50 


36 67 


42 63 


46 60 


91 50 


102 40 


105 00 


106 95 


112 71 


129 05 


256 28 


291 28 


318 65 


426 45 


437 24 


449 90 


639 96 


1,045 16 


5 70 


17 00 


32 SO 


85 35 


104 40 


123 50 


210 00 


3,951. 88 


1 90 


2 00 


2 85 


2 88 


6 00 


7 50 


9 SO 


10 13 


10 68 


13 25 


17 37 


18 00 


19 20 


19 20 


20 80 


22 16 


24 41 


25 00 


37 50 


41 84 



95 
EXHIBIT 12 -Continued. 



No. To Wlwm Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

433. H. W. Loehr Potatoes and melons $50 30 

434. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Dry goods ' 51 9S 

435. C. E. Crecelius Dispensary supplies 53 81 

436. Kramer Mfg. Co Dining tables 60 00 

437. Steele-Wedeles Co Tobacco 113 68 

438. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 113 85 

439. Adam H. Bartel Co Toweling 117 50 

440. John M. Dunlop Cider vinegar 122 50 

441. Walsh, Boyle & Co Groceries 125 21 

442. The Starr Piano Co Cecelian and music 259 17 

443. Swift & Co Fresh and cured meats 284 09 

444. J. North & Sou Breadstuff s and provender 410 04 

445. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 503 44 

446. Armour & Co Fresh beef and sausiige 653 15 

447. The Wiggins Co Harness straps 25 

448. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing 3 85 

449. Julius Katte Blacksmithing 7 41 

450. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuff s 7 75 

^451. Noite & Kemper Curtains 12 75 

452. Schultz & Laning Tinwork 15 60 

453. The Advance Co Work on pumps 29 33, 

454. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 47 61 

455. A. G. Luken & Co Ammonia and caustic soda 50 38 

4.56. Jones Hardware Co Refrigerator and hardware 108 IS 

457. Meyer Bros Groceries 260' 48 

458. Nelson Morris «& Co Butterine 303 15 

459. Richmond Natural Gas Co •. . Gas for August, 1904 643 80 

460. The Starr Piano Co Piano, bench and cover 158 62 

461. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly -pay-roll 3,860 50 

462. Nicholson & Bro Marking pens 1 76 

463. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 2 38 

464. Irvin Reed & Son Work on ensilage cutter 2 98 

465. The Peter Johnson Co Cooking utensils 3 35 

466. The Advance Co Work on pump 3 80 

467. Mather Bros. Co Fence work 4 40 

468. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuff s 7 00 

469. Schultz & Laning Tinware 9 90 

470. L. C. Hoover Veterinary services 10 00 

471. Walter L. Dalbey Views of buildings 12 00 

472. G. W.Sanders Buttermilk 16 00 

473. J. H, Woods Fresh fish .' 25 65 

474. Jones Hardware Co Hardware and supplies 28 32 

475. Ferd. Grothaus Furniture 

476. Electric Storage Battery Co Storage batteries ... 

477. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Napery 

4(8. A. G. Luken & Co Drugs and engine oil 

479. Edmund P. Thayer Poultry 

480. Steele-Wedeles Co Groceries 



32 00 

33 00 

37 95 
40 86 
45 50 

47 75 



481. C. E. Crecelius Drugs and sundries 50 70 

482. C. W. Kemper Fruit and melons . 

483. International Silver Co Table cutlery 



53 90 
65 70 



484. Charles Hire Cutting ensilage 77 00 



485. Armour & Co Sausaj 

486. The Starr Piano Co Repairing piano and music. 



80 87 
93 10 



487. Swift & Co Cured meats • HI 25 

488. George B. Miller Milch cows 

489. Walsh, Boyle & Co Groceries 



115 00 
121 02 



96 
EXHIBIT 12— Continued. 



No. - To Wliom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

490. Arthur Jordan Co Eggs $129 60 

491. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 131 52 

492. Geo. Schwegman Lard 145 00 

493. Meyer Bros Groceries „... 146 32 

494. Nelson Morris & Co Fresli meats 294 61 

495. Capital City Dairy Co Butterine 300 35 

496. Champion Roller Milling Co Breadstuflfs 395 00 

497. Johnson Coal Mining Co Coal 53196 

498. Schwarzschild & Sulzberger Co Fresh beef 1,204 67 

499. L. N. Cos & Son Blacksmithing > 4 21 

500. Julius Katte Blacltsmithing 7 29 

501. The Wiggins Co Stable sundries 13 85 

502. Knight & Jillson Co Valves and fittings 21 57 

503. Richmond Roller Mills Feed meal 23 94 

504. S.E.Smith Incidental expense 76 50 

505. John Kempton Milch cow 45 00 

506. William B. Burford Printing and stationery 320 66 

507. Albert Gall Rugs 406 25 

508. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for September, 1904 488 80 

509. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Monthly pay-roll 3,848 30 

510. E. N. Turman Cartage 4 00 

511. Schultz & Laning Cooking utensils 4 50 

512. The B. F. Wissler Co Auvertising 5 70 

513. The Item Newspaper Co Auvertising 6 54 

514. The Palladium Co Advertising 6 60 

515. Hadley Bros Vinegar barrels 8 80 

516. O. H. Little Fertilizer 9 90 

517. Benning & Son Fertilizer 12 50 

518. Chas. H. Clawson ' Fertilizer 17 50 

519. Sprague, Warner & Co Groceries 18 70 

520. American Laundry Machinery Co Laundry supplies 25 30 

521. Standard Oil Co Engine oil 29 00 

522. L. M. Jones Co Table covers 30 00 

523. Charles Wilson Bull 30 00 

524. Shurley & Gaar Milch cow 35 00 

525. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 42 11 

526. J. B. Gilbert Milch cow 43 00 

527. Miller & Hart Cheese 43 47 

528. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Dry Goods 45 43 

529. Vaughan's Seed Store Bulbs and seeds 47 72 

530. A. S. Jeffries ; Milch cow 50 00 

531. C. E. Crecelius Dispensary supplies 58 83 

532. J. H. Woods Fresh fish 71 64 

533. A. Heimberger, Trustee Salary and expense 85 00 

534. General Electric Co Incandescent lamps 85 50 

535. Thos. A. Jones, Trustee Salary and expense 88 25 

536. Central Union Telephone Co Rental lOl 50 

537. Warren Bigler, Trustee Salary and expense 102 50 

538. Walsh, Boyle & Co Groceries 105 62 

539. Edmund P. Thayer Eggs 151 20 

540. The Capital City Dairy Co Butterine 200 25 

541. The P. R. Mitchell Co Mattress hair 435 12 

542. Jas. L. Keach Potatoes 440 74 

543. J. North & Son BreadstufEs and provender 443 92 

544. Schwarzschild & Sulzberger Co Fresh beef 611 15 

545. Johnson Coal Mining Co Coal 889 93 

546. The Peter Johnson Co Cooking utensils 162 



97 
EXHIBIT 12— Contimied. 



ya. To Whom Paid. On Aecouni of. Amount. 

547. The Advance Co Work on pump $1 98 

54S. Julius Katte Blacksmithiag 3 78 

549. Richmond Indiana Mfg. Co Carriage lamps 6 50 

550. Richmond Baking Co Breadstuffs 8 75 

551. Henry Wilke Queensware U 60 

552. L. N. Cox & Son Blacksmithing - 13 14 

553. Geo. W. Sanders Buttermilk .: 18 00 

554. A. G. Luken & Co Dispensary supplies 19 22 

555. Jones Hardware Co Granite and woodenware 28 43 

556. The G. H. Knollenberg Co Bedding and napery 39 11 

557. Champion Roller Milling Co Breadstuffs 58 00 

558. S. E. Smith Incidental expense 62 82 

559. Symons & Hiatt Pears 75 00 

560. The Wiggins Co Harness 85 75 

561. William B. Burford Printing and stationery 103 16 

562. William Cain Lumber HO 85 

563. Richmond Natural Gas Co Gas for October, 1904 139 80 

564. T. C. Taylor Farm horse 140 00 

565. Ferd. Grothaus Furniture 159 25 

566. I. R. Howard & Co Groceries 163 72 

567. Henry Zuttermeister Apples 165 00 

568. Meyer Bros Groceries 168 43 

569. Nolte & Kemper Carpets, curtains and rugs 329 47 

570. Swift & Co Fresh and cured meats 562 33 

571. The Starr Piano Co Piano, stool and cover 218 62 



EXHIBIT 13. 



SHOWING CLASSIFIED EXPENDITURES ON ACCOUNT OF RE- 
PAIRS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Brick and stone • • $5 60 

Galvanized iron woi'li 27 OO 

Roofs 199 75 

Hardware and glass 54 56 

Grates and mantels 25 65 

Cement and vitrified pipe 92 01 

Wall-papering - 1^9 10 

Pipe and fittings 235 64 

Repair pay-roll 3,089 44 

Pipe covering 149 85 

Paints and oils 277 86 

Lumber ' ■1'^ 36 

Encaustic tile \ ^^-^ ^1 

Cement and tile worlv 299 00 

Wire guards 28 65 

*" «4 OS4 1 S 

Current expense _IL_ 

^j^otal ?4-9S-l IS ?4'984 1^ 

7— Eastern Insane. 



98 
EXHIBIT 14. 



LIST OF VOUCHERS SHOWING DISBURSEMENTS ON ACCOUNT 
OF REPAIRS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 

31, 1904. 

No. To Whom Paid. ^ On Account of. 

1. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 

2. Schultz & Laning Radiator covers 

3. William Cain Lumber 

4. S. E- Smith, Med. Supt ..Repair pay-roll 

5. Jones Hardware Co Glass 

6. William Cain Lumber 

7. Wm. Wagner & Son Repairing grates 

8. Knight & Jillson Co Fittings 

9. A. G. Luken & Co Paints 

10. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 

11. Nicholson & Bro Wall-paper 

12. William Cain Lumber 

13. A. G. Luken & Co Paints and brushes 

14. Schultz & Laning Radiator covers 

15. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 

16. A. G. Luken & Co Paints 

17. Hackman & Klehfoth Cement 

IS. Jones Hardware Co Glass 

19. William Cain Lumber 

20. Chicago Fire Proof Covering Co Pipe covering 

21. Knight & Jillson Co Fittiugs 

22. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 

23. Wra. C. Thistlethwaite Brick 

24. Hackman & Klelifoth Lime 

25. Schultz & Laning Repairing roofs 

26. Jones Hardware Co Glass 

27. Knight & Jillson Co .- Fittings 

28. A. G. Luken & Co Paints 

29. Mather Bros. Co Cement 

30. Chas. Wagner Cement and tile work 

31. The National Tile Co Encaustic tile 

32. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 

33. Louck & Hill Co Window frame and sash 

34. Geo. W. Harvey Wall-papering 

35. Mather Bros. Co Cement 

36. A. G. Luken & Co Paints 

37. Schultz & Laning Repairing roofs 

38. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll ' 

39. ( A. G. Luken & Co.- Paints 

40. Jones Hardware Co Glass 

41. Hackman & Klehfoth Sewer pipe 

.42. Wm. Wagner & Son Cement work 

43. Schultz & Laning Repairing roofs 

44. Nicholsoii & Bro Wall-papering 

45. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 

46. Jones Hardware Co... Glass and varnish 

47. Wm. Wagner & Son Cemeut work 

48. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 

49. Jones Hardware Co Glass 

50. Schultz & Laning Repairing roofs 

51. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll .' — 

52. A. G. Luken & Co Paints and oils 

53. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 

54. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Repair pay-roll 

55. Jones Hardware Co Wire fence 

tt Total $4,984 IS 



Amount. 


$231 20 


9 50 


12 47 


357 51 


5 40 


8 50 


25 65 


50 89 


88 77 


335 20 


1 25 


9 02 


9 87 


17 50 


278 63 


8 97 


13 50 


14 29 


14 62 


149 85 


175 54 


276 97 


5 60 


5 90 


7 00 


8 56 


9 21 


34 75 


38 15 


171 00 


272 71 


254 67 


2 75 


13 52 


20 00 


41 17 


■82 90 


247 80 


• 6 73 


10 00 


14 46 


40 00 


lOO 90 


164 33 


337 00 


46 98 


88 00 


325 17 


'83 


8 95 


129 35 


56 10 


149 30 


166 64 


28 65 



99 
EXHIBIT 15. 



SHOWING CLASSIFIED EXPENDITURES ON ACCOUNT OF 

CLOTHING FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 

OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Dry goods '. $698 78 

Furiiisliiugs 374 69 

Overalls 49 39 

Clothing pay-roll 385 31 

Stormcoats 34 08 

Hose 107 50 

Trousers 254 77 

Men's suits 1.137 00 

Shirts and underwear 273 14 

Hats and caps 90 40 

Boots and shoes 834 80 

Shawls 33 00 

Duck suits 76 10 

Current expense !t!4,34S 96 

Total : $4,348 96 $4,348 96 

EXHIBIT 16. 



LIST OF VOUCHERS SHOWING DISBURSEMENTS ON ACCOUNT 
OF CLOTHING FOR THE FISCAL YExVR ENDING OCTOBER 

31, 1904. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothiuf;- pay-roll $32 00 

2. Sol. Pox & Co '. . . Hats 1 00 

3. L. M. Jones Co Cottonade 33 13 

4. Adam H. Bartel Co Clothiug and fnrnishings 36 71 

5. .J. M. Williams Boots and shoes .52 30 

fi. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothins pay-roll 32 00 

7. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Shawl 3 00 

S. .T.M.Williams Shoes 73 80 

9. Adam H. Bartel Co Clothing- and notions 238 8!) 

10. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co Clothing and dry goods 224 48 

11. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Men's suits and trousers 4818.5 

12. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pay-roll 32 00 

13. Adam H. Bartel Co Clothing 1 58 

14. .T. M. Williams Boots and shoes 48 30 

15. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pay-roll 32 00 

16. Adam H." Bartel Co Furnishings ■ 1150 

17. Loehr & Klute Clothing 45 50 

18. J. M. Williams Boots and shoes 56 00 

19. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pay-roll 31 80 

20. Adam H. Bartel Co Clothing and furnishings 52 31 

21. J. M. Williams Boots and shoes 55 00 

22. L. M. Jones Co Dry goods l'^5 74 

8— Eastern Insane. 



100 
EXHIBIT 16— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

23. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pay-roll 

24. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Clothing ; 

2.5. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings 

26. J. M. Williams Shoes 

27. S. E. Smith, Mep. Supt Clothing pay-roll 

25. J. M. Williams Shoes 

20. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings and findings 

30. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Clothing and slfppers 1,000 30 

31. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pay-roll 

32. Adam H. Bartel Co Overalls and shirts 

33. J. M. Williams Shoes 

34. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pay-roll 

35. L. M. Jones Co Underwear 

36. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Underwear 

37. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings 

38. J. M. Williams Shoes 

39. F'rancis Bannerman ., Duck suits 

40. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pa.v-roll 

41. The Aull Bros. Paper and Bos Co Clothing boxes 

42. J. M. Williams Shoes 

43. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Unlaundered shirts 

44. Adam H. Bartel Co Underwear and furnishings... 

45. S. E. Smith, Med. Supt Clothing pay-roll 

46. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings 

47. Wm. H. Thomas & Co Caps and furnishings 

48. J. M. Williams Shoes 

49 S. E. Smith, Med. Supt..... Clothing pay-roll 

50. The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co Dry goods 

51. Sol. Fox & Co Clothing 

52. L. M. Jones Co Dry goods 

.53. Adam H. Bartel Co Furnishings 

54. Curme, Davis & Gray Shoes 

55. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co.. Dry goods 

Total „ ; $4,348 96 



EXHIBIT 17. 



$32 00 


12 60 


21 16 


38 50 


32 00 


82 40 


140 54 


1,000 30 


32 00 


38 65 


48 70 


32 00 


1 05 


1 53 


7 57 


59 40 


75 00 


32 00 


23 50 


65 30 


90 00 


206 18 


32 00 


51 


23 44 


75 50 


33 51 


2 52 


22 50 


45 72 


61 05 


71 60 


177 34 



SHOWING CLASSIFIED EXPENDITURES FROM THE SPECIFIC 
FUND FOR GENERAL DINING ROOM. 

Appropriation !?3.f)0n 00 

Contract construction .' $2,581 50 

Drawings 95 GO 

Cement floor and drains 64 09 

Plumbing 117 40 

Glass 14 02 

Ventilators 11 60 

Steam radiators 88 92 

Covered into general fund 27 47 

Total $3,000 00 $3,000 00 



101 

EXHIBIT 17— Continued. 



I 1ST OF VOUCHHRS SHOWING DISBURSEMENTS FROM THE 
SPECIFIC FUND FOR GENERAL DINING ROOM. 

2V0. TO Whom Paid. ^ ^On Account of. Ammmt 

1. Wm. Wagner & Son 



2. 



Estimate No. 1 $635 80 

Wm Wagner & Son Estimate No. 2 

3. Haekman & Klelifoth Sewer pipe 

4 Jones Hardware Co Glass 

5. Wm. Wagner & Son Cement and brickwork 

6. John A..Hasecoster Plains •■•••;■••• i nfi^ 9^, 

7 Wm. Wagner & Son Estimate No. 3 1.06^ 9o 

.S. Haekman & Klehfotli Cement 

9 C H. Jolianuing Plumbing 

10 L Wolff Mfg. Co Scullery sink 

n. Scliultz & Laning Ventilators 

12. American Radiator Co Steam radiators 

.... $2,972 53 
Total • 



EXHIBIT 18. 



879 75 


4 84- 


14 02 


35 25 


95 00 


1,065 95 


24 00 


31 54 


85 8G 


11 (iO 


88 92 



SHOWING CLASSIFIED EXPENDITURES FROM THE SFECUnC 
FUND FOR SEWERAGE SYSTEM AND PLUMBING. 

$15,000 00 

Appropriation .T $2,434 50 

Land 



430 95 


14 


67 


2,082 


55 


4,253 


50 


2,558 35 


409 


76 


448 


30 


985 


75 


550 


72 


824 


95 



Engineering 

Advertising 

Intercepting sewer 

Filter beds 

Septic tanli 

Drains 

Grading and levee 

Sanitary fixtures : • • 

Plumbing (labor) 

Covered into general fund 

,, , , $15,000 00 $15,000 00 

Total 

LIST OF VOUCHERS SHOWING DISBURSEMENTS FROM T^^ 
SPECIFIC FUND FOR SEWERAGE SYSTEM AND PLUMBING. 

^0. TO Wnom Paid. On Account of. Amomt^ 

1. James C. Carman Land.... ^ ^^ 

2. The Item Newspaper Co v Advertising ^ ^^. 

3. The B. F. W;ssler Co Advertising ;•• ^ ^^. 

4. The Palladium Co Advertising ^^ ^^ 

5. John E. Cronin Excavating •• ^5 95 

6. R. L. Sackett Engineer's expenses ^ 

7. JohnF. Crohin Intercepting sewei ^^^ ^^ 

8. R. L. Sackett Engiueermg 



• 102 
EXHIBIT 18— Continued. 



No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

9. Wm. Wagner & Son Estimate No. 1 $1,483 25 

10. Wm. Wagner & Son Estimate No. 2 1,663 82 

11. Schnltz & Laning Galvanized iron worli 23 53 

12. R. L. Sackett Engineering ~. 1.50 00 

13. W. S. Shields Controlling device ...._. 640 00 

14. Wm. Wagner & Son Septic tank and filter beds 2,985 75 

15. Scliultz & Laning Galvanized iron 

16. Mather Bros. Co Sewer pipe 

17. Jas. B. Clow & Sons Sanitary fixtures ,. 

18. Central Supply Co Sanitary fixtures 

19. Jones Hardware Co Lead pipe 

20. Henry Johfinning Plumbing 

21. Knight vt Jillsou Co Soil pipe and fittings 

22. The J. L. Mott Iron Works Sanitary fixtures 

23. Jones Hardware Co Sanitary fixtures 

24. Henry Johauning Plumbing 

25. Mather Bros. Co Sewer pipe 

26. Jones Hardware Co Pipe hangers 

27. Henry Johanuing Plumbing 

28. Wm. Wagner & Son Cement work 

29. Jones Hardware Co Lead pipe 

30. Henry Johauning Plumbing 

31. The J. L. Mott Iron Works Sanitary fixtures 

32. Jones Hardware Co Lead 

33. Henry Johauning Plumbing 

34. Mather Bros. Co Sewer pipe 

35. Henry Johauning Plumbing 

36. Wm. Wagner «& Son Cement work 

37. R. L. Sackett Engineering 

38. Charles Meyer Drain tile 

39. Mather. Bros. Co Sewer pipe and drain tile 

40. John Duke Fill for filter beds 

41. Louck & Hill Co Lumber 

42. Charles Meyer Drain tile 

43. Wm. Wagner & Son Cement work 

44. John Duke Grading 

45. Mather Bros. Co Cement and sewer pipe 

Total $14,175 05 



EXHIBIT 19. 



11 00 


36 00 


32 00 


418 40 


14 63 


25 83 


76 33 


153 44 


3 50 


136 96 


3 96 


14 54 


108 63 


119 00 


11 43 


85 80 


251 08 


6 44 


37 40 


17 25 


19 OS 


24 00 


5 00 


57-36 


112 OS 


351 30 


4 50 


19 57 


59 00 


97 00 


108 50 



SHOWING CLASSIFIED EXPENDITURES FROM THE SPECIFIC 
FUND FOR ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT. 

Appropriation .<pi,500 00 

Generator $994 42 

Switch board " 385 00 

Dynamo belt . 98 00 

Covered into general fund 22 58 

Total $1,500 00 $1,500 00 



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EXHIBIT 19— Continued. 



LIST OP VOUCHERS SHOWING, DISBURSEMENTS FROM THE 
SPECIFIC FUND FOR ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. 

1. S. E. Smith Freight (iu generator 

2. Westiughouse Electric aud Mfg. Co. Electric light generator 

3. Hide, Leather and Belting Co Dynamo belt 

4. K. S. Ashe Switch board 




Total $1,477 42 



EXHIBIT 20. 



SHOWING CLASSIFIED EXPENDITURES FROM THE SPECIFH^ 
FUND FOR WORKSHOI*. 

Appropriation .^I ..lOO (Hi 

Rrielcwoi'lc iF.V2S 3.") 

Slate, tin and galvanized iron ^york 225 00 

Cement work 104 20 

Hardware and glass 11.3 44 

Lnmber and mill-work 240 t>7 

Carpentry 94 50 

Cnt-stone work 73 2.5 

Sewer pipe 27 30 

Covered into general fund 2 99 

Total -151.500 00 .?1,500 CO 

LIST OF VOUCHERS SHOWING DISBURSEMENTS FROM THE 
SPECIFIC FUND FOR WORKSHOP. 

No. To Whom Paid. On Account of. Amount. 

1. Wm. Wagner & Son Cement work $34 20 

2. Miither Bros. Co Cement 100 00 

3. Knight & Jillson Co Hook plates 3 28 

4. R. L. Taylor Carpentry 21 60 

5. Wm. Wagner & Son Cement work 40 00 

6. Marion McLaughlin Cut stone 73 2.5 

7. Jones Hardware Co Hardware 92 57 

8. Mather Bros. Co Lumber 200 00 

9. Knight & Jillson Co Fittings 9 9'' 

10. William Cain Doors 12 00 

11. K. L. Taylor. . . . .' Carpentry 35 10 

12. Powell Bros Brickwork 528 35 

13. Jones Hardware Co Glass 7 63 

14. Wm. Wagner & Son Cement work 20 00 

15. Mather Bros. Co. Sewer pipe 27 30 

16. William Cain Lumber 28 97 

17. R. L. Taylor Carpentry ''7 SO 

18. Schultz & Laning Slate, tin and iron work 225 00 



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EXHIBIT 21. 



RECEIPTS FROM SALES COVERED INTO THE GENERAL FUND OF 

THE STATE TREASURY DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 

ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 



Date. 



Article. 



To Whom Sold. 



Amount. 



1903. 
Nov. 3. 
Nov. 28., 
Dec. 31. 

1904. 
Mar 16. 
April 5. 
April 8. 
May 2. 
May 18. 
June 8. 
June- 11. 
July 26. 
Aug. 5. 
Aug. 24. 
Sept. 6. 
Sept. 23. 
Oct. 4. 
Oct. 18. 
Oct. 18., 
Oct. 20. 
Oct. 25. 



Tw9 calf hides. 
One calf hide .. 
Two calf hides. 



One calf hide .. 

Two beef hides 

Five old cows 

Two beef hides 

Two calf hides 

Old iron and rags 

Two calf hides 

Six calf hides 

Two beef hides 

Rebate on tobacco... 

One beef hide 

Fire loss 

Old rags 

Old sanitary fixture , 

Painting 

One bull 

One calf hide 



Total . 



Weber & Holzapfel 
Weber & Holzapfel . 
Weber & Holzapfel. 



Weber & Holzapfel 

Weber & Holzapfel 

A. C. Underbill 

Weber & Holzapfel 

Weber & Holzapfel 

W eber & Holzapfel 

Weber <fe Holzapfel 

Weber & Holzapfel 

Weber & Holzapfel 

Continental Tobacco Co. 

Weber &, Holzapfel 

P.,C., C. X-St. L. Ry. Co. 

Weber & Holzapfel 

Louis Wrede 

S.E.Smith 

O.N.Long 

Weber & Holzapfel 



82 24 

70 

1 40 

99 

9 24 

104 60 

8 40 

1 54 
29 75 

2 17 
5 30 

9 72 
5 88 

3 96 
40 00 
13 87 

2 00 

5 50 

44 37 

97 



S292 60 



EXHIBIT 22. 



SUMMARY OF INVENTORY, OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Real Estate- 
Laud $35,434 50 

Permanent improvements 693,114 26 

Total 

Personal Property- 
Offices $4,244 35 

Dispensary 2,771 36 

Laboratory 531 06 

Officers' quarters 5,047 10 

Storeroom 10,585 68 

Department for Men 13,990 60 

Department for Women 16,890 95 

Dining halls 2,971 37 

Assembly hall 1,296 25 

Employes' quarters 4,032 90 



$728,548 76 



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EXHIBIT 22— Contimied. 



General kitchen 2,522 62 

Cold store 397 15 

Bakery 249 46 

Sewing-room . 480 83 . 

Laundry 5,457 85 

Carpenter shop 2,268 28 

Paint shop 284 37 

jNIortuary 39 00 

Greenhouse 2,192 38 

Live stock , 3,893 48 

Vehicles, harness and implements 3,142 98 

Dairy 1,523 72 

Products and supplies on hand 2,679 35 

Farm cottage 288 67 

Boiler house 7,197 72 

94,979 4S 

Total ' $823,528 24 



EXHIBIT 23. 



CLOTHING ACCOUNTS BY COUNTIES FOR THE BIENNIAL 

PERIOD ENDING OCTOBER 31. 1904.. 

Counties. 1902-3. 1903-4. 

Adams $102 55 $121 45 

Allen 698 95 597 30 

Blackford 40 45 29 15 

Decatur 167 30 155 45 

Delaware 262 85 233 45 

Fayette 63 20 65 55 

Franklin 225 45 187 55 

Grant ' 181 10 159 40 

Hancock 11 25 13 25 

Henry 208 78 174 75 

.lay , 155 65 127 30 

Madison 261 15 309 25 

Randolph 142 40 134 05 

Rush , 183 85 170 55 

Union 42 00 45 50 

Wayne 344 33 308^ 85 

Wells 171 75 153 65 

Total $3,263 01 $2,986 45 



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EXHIBIT 24. 



REPORT OF THE SEWING ROOM. 



Articles. 


1902-1903. 


19034904. 


Made. 


Repaired. 


Made. 


Repaired. 




512 
24 
6 
13 
75 
60 


28 

4 
1 


348 
54 
13 
20 
38 
35 


15 




' 18 


Bags, laundry 

Bibs 




















48 
5 
8 


49 


Combination suits 


54 

138 

150 

17 

44 

10 

157 

348 

3 

11 

15 

228 


70 
143 
126 

11 

50 


18 

10 


























4 

172 

2 


i42 
321 






200 








10 
12 
69 


















4 


1 






6 
3 






3 

3 

44 

23 

5 
372 
508 








; 






101 

4 




Mitts 














458 
405 
48 




Pillow cases 


14 


18 




205 

3 

212 

368 

160 

10 

3 

3 

53 

1 

12 

110 

5 

1,288 

2 








'6 

1 
1 
1 
2 




6 






3 




10 

490 

184 

7 


16 


Sheets 


4 


Shrouds 










13 

49 
2 






















Table cloths 

Table felts 


3 


85 


15 


Towels 




1,450 

18 

8 

57 

54 




Trousers. 


263 
9 
4 


260 


Undershirts 






115 
23 








Vests 




19 
18 


1 




51 


52 


18 







107 



EXHIBIT 25. 



PRODUCTS OF FARM AND GARDEN. 



Articles. 



Pork, dressed 

Veal, diessed 

Beef, dressed 

Turkeys, dressed 

Young chickens, dressed. 

Lettuce 

Grai es 

Young onions 

Rhubarb 

Radishes 

Beets 

Celery 

Spinach ; 

Peas 

Beets 

Apples 

Green beans 

Potatoes 

Chilli-peppers 

Onions 

Onion sets 

Tomatoes 

Popcorn 

Sweet potatoes 

Turnips 

Parsnips 

Carrots 

OitS 

Corn 

Navy beans 

Sauer kraut 

Cucumber pickles 

Cabbage 

Strawberries 

Currants 

Ra-pberries 

Lima beans 

Blackberries 

Cherries 

Cabbaee 

Cauliflower 

Green corn 

Mango peppers 

Small cucumbers 

Large cucumbers 

Corn fodder 

Timothy hay 

Red top hay 

Clover hay 

Hay-mown oats 

Straw 

Ensilage 

Squash 

Gantalou pes 

Pumpkins 

Milk 



1902-1903. 



1903-1904. 



pounds, 
pounds, 
pounds, 
pounds. 



),844 

170 

1,295 

i,301 

!,973 

789 

!,820 

141 

86 

293 

216 

400 

894 

3 

522 

92 

494 

15 

65 

853 

160 

15 

577 

67 



pounds. 

pounds. 

bunches. 

bunches. 

bunches. 

bunches. 

bunches. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 

bushels. 



barrels, 
barrels, 
barrels, 
quarts, 
quarts, 
quarts, 
quarts, 
quarts. 



61 

17 

1,630 

41 

320 



heads. 

heads. 

dozens. 

dozens. 

dozens. 



250 
22 
12 



shocks, 
tons, 
tons, 
tons. 



8 tons. 
20S tons. 
,585 
508 
,062 
,493 gallons. 



15,758 pounds. 

940 pounds. 
3,779 pounds. 

270 pounds. 

415 pounds. 
11,906 pounds. 

680 pounds. 
11,160 bunches. 
1,237 bunches. 
13,396 bunches. 

348 bunches. 
2,250 bunches. 

321 bushels. 
83 bushels. 

425 bushels. 

143 bushels. 

278 bushels. 

980 bushels. 
1 bushel. 

854 bushels. 

150 bu.shels. 

585 bushels. 



200 bushels. 

14 bushels. 
200 bushels. 

20 bushels. 
647 bushels. 



8 bushels. 
63 barrels. 

25 barrels. 
1,155 barrels. 
1,493 quarts. 

128 quarts. 
39 quarts. 
213 quarts. 

26 quarts. 
89 quarts. 

126 heads. 

68 heads. 
2,730 dozens. 

29 dozens. 
330 dozens. 
301 dozens. 

60 shocks. 

23 tons. 

13 tons. 

9 tons. 
7 tons. 

15 tons. 
200 tons. 
906 
1,146 



19,002 gallons. 



I certify that the foregoing fiscal tables are correct transcripts. 



JOHN P. THISTLEWAITE, 

Steward. 



FIFTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND 
SUPERINTENDENT OF THE 



Central Indiana Hospital for Insane 



FISCAL YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904 



TO THE GOVERNOR 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BURPORD, CONTEACTOE FOE STATE PRINTING AND BINDING 
1905 



THE STATE OF INDIANA, \ 

Executive Department, >- 

January 5, 1905. J 

Received by the Governor, examined and referred to the Auditor of State 
for verification of the financial statement. 



Office op Auditor of State, "l 

Indianapolis, January 6, 1905. ( 

The within report, so far as the same relates to moneys drawn from the 
State Treasury, has been examined and found correct. 

D. E. SHERRICK, 

Auditor of Slate. 



January 6, 1905. 

Returned by the Auditor of State, with above certificate, and transmitted to 
Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board of Commissioners 
of Public Printing and Binding. 

GEO. B. LOCKWOOD, 

Private Secretary. 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, January 

9 1905 

DANIEL E. STORMS, 

Secretary of State. 



Eeceived the within report and delivered to the printer this 9th day of 

January, 1905. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 

Clerk Printing Bureau. 



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OFFICERS OF THE INSTITUTION. 



Members of Board of Trustees ALBERT M. ADAMS, President. 

FREMONT GOODWINE, Secretary 

ELI MARVIN, Treasurer. 

Superintendent GEO. F. EDENHARTER, M. D. 

Matron MARION E. EDENHARTER. 

Assistant Physicians, Department for Men — 

P. J. WATTERS, M. D. 

F. M. wiles, M. D. 

J. A. MacDONALD, M. D. 

Assistant Physicians, Department for Women— 

SARAH STOCKTON, M. D. 
MAX A. BAHR, M. D. 
R. N. TODD, M. D. 

Pathologist : CHAS. F. NEU, M. D. 

Steward SIMON P. NEIDIGH. 

Secretary CORNELIUS MAYER. 

Record Clerk .EVANGELINE M SMITH. 

Bookkeeper EDMUND B. NOEL. 

Storekeeper JAMES E SPROULE. 

Pharmacist JAMES C. JAMISON. 

Chief Carpenter WILLIAM F. COBB. 

Chief Engineer EDWARD B. FROST. 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Hon. Winfibld T. Duebin, Governor of Indiana : 

Sir — We, the Trustees of the Central Indiana Hospital for the 
Insane, in discharge of the duty imposed upon us by law, hereby 
submit to you our report for the year ending October 31, 1904, 
and we also submit herewith the report to us of the Superintendent 
of the Institution for the year just closed. 

We invite your careful consideration of the Superintendent's 
report, for therein are shown in detail all exj)enditures and trans- 
actions concerning the Institution for the year, as well as certain 
recommendations for the relief of present and future needs. 

PROPERTY. 

An estimate of the value of the real and personal property of 

the Institution, shows it to be as follows: 

Real estate .$1,634,250 00 

Personal property 304,630 53 

Total $1,938,880 53 

NUMBER OF PATIENTS. 

Tor several years past the Trustees' report for this Institution 
has shown its overcrowded condition and the steady increase of 
the number of insane to be cared for in this district. We again 
call attention to this condition, as is shown by the following com- 
parison of the number of patients in the Institution during the past 

three years : 

1902. 1903. 1904. 

Total numbei- at beginning of year 1,845 1,904 1,946 

Number received during year 566 589 637 

Number discharged during year 366 378 404 

Number died during year 141 169 197 

Total number treated during year 2,411 2,493 2,583 

Number on rolls at close of year 1,904 1,946 1,98- 

Daily average on roll 1,874 . 48 1,925 . 72 1,943 . 85 

Average daily number actually present 1,720.67 1,774.77 1,787.64 

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These figures show that some immediate steps should be taken 
for the relief of the condition existing in this district, and we ear- 
nestly hope that in your message to the General Assembly you will 
call special attention to this condition and urge the adoption of 
such measures as you deem proper and appropriate for its relief. 

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES. 

The appropriations provided for the maintenance and support 
of the Institution during the year and the total expenditures there- 
from are as follows: 

Maintenance (regular) $290,000 00 

With $160 extra for eacti person actually present over a daily 
average number of 1,721 inmates eacli month, whicli, upon 
the basis of the daily average present for the past year, 
made the additional sum of 10,633 64 

Total '. $300,633 64 

Balance unexpended 9,675 76 

Total expended , $290,957 88 

Repairs 20,000 00 

Balance unexpended 197 29 

Total expended $19,802 71 

Clothing 13,400 00 

Balance unexpended 19 93 

Total expended $13,380 07 



PER CAPITA MAINTENANCE. 

The per capita cost of maintenance for the past year, calculated 
upon the basis of the total daily average number of inmates actu- 
ally present, was $162.57. The basis of calculating the per capita 
cost should really be made upon the basis of the total number en- 
rolled, because patients absent upon furlough are a constant ex- 
pense to the Institution for the reason that the management must 
keep itself at all times informed as to their condition, and these 
should be taken into consideration in estimating the actual per 
capita cost. Estimating upon the basis of the total daily average 
enrollment, the per capita cost of maintenance for the year would 
be $154.64. 



SALE OF WASTE MATERIAL. 

The waste and discarded material sold from the Institution dur- 
ing the past year amounted to $2,271.18, and this money has heen 
paid into the State Treasury. 

IMPROVEMENTS. 

The general work of making improvements about the grounds 
and in each of the departments of the Institution has continued 
during the past year. The excellent general condition in which 
we now find the property of the Institution shows that the man- 
agement has been vigilant and careful in the matter of repairs .and 
improvements, thus saving the property from any great deteriora- 
tion resulting from wear and tear. 

NEW HEATING PLANT. 

During the year we have completed the work of installing the 
new heating plant for the Institution. The completion of this 
work has now supplied what has been for several years one of the 
great wants of the Institution. Every department can now be sup- 
plied with. ample heat, even in the most extreme cold weather. 

This new equipment consists of eight 250-horsepower Stirling 
boilers, eight Roney stokers (improved), four boiler feed pumps 
(Stilwell), one feed water heater (Webster), and other accessories. 
A coal crushing and carrying apparatus has also been installed. 

NEEDS OF THE INSTITUTION. 

From the number of years in which the buildings and much of 
the apparatus and equipment of the Institution have been in use, 
it has become necessary that there should be an increase in the 
appropriations to be made by the coming General Assembly for 
this Institution. It is the policy of the management of this Insti- 
tution to provide every comfort and convenience possible for the 
unfortunate beings under our charge, consistent with reasonable 
and economical management. We do not feel that the practice 
of economy in these Institutions means the curtailing of reason- 



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able comforts to the inmates. In keeping with this policy, a slight 
increase in the appropriations is necessary not only for the direct 
comfort of the inmates, but for the preservation of the buildings 
and jDroperty of the Institution. 

Our experience at the Institution shows that the appropriations 
for the coming two years should be as follows : 

Maintenance (regular) $300,000 00 

"Witli $160 extra for each person actually present over a daily 
average number of 1,787 inmates each month for each fis- 
cal year, 1905-1906, and 1906-1907. 

Repairs 25,000 00 

Clothing 15,000 00 

■i,Ai.i.,...ii.-!:aJ 

SPECIFIC APPEOPEIATIONS. 

Painting ."T". $5,000 00 

Electric equipment 5,000 00 

Laundry equipment , 2,500 00 

Cement work 2,500 00 

The expenditures of the past two years* demonstrate that the 
regular appropriations for maintenance should now be $300,000, 
with the provision providing for an extra amount for additional 
inmates. The general condition of the buildings and the apparatus 
of the various departments makes necessary the increase in the ap- 
propriations for repairs in order that this property, on account of 
its age and general wear, can be maintained in a good condition, 
for on account of the many years in which much of it has been in 
use it necessarily requires an increase in the amount of repair 
work. ' " i 

The matter of painting is an actual necessity which must be 
provided for each year, as well as the matter of electric equipment. 
These two specific appropriations asked for are actually needed, 
as well as the approjDriations for laundry equipment and cement 
work. 

We earnestly invite the attention of your Legislative Committee 
appointed for the purpose of examining into the necessities of the 
State Institutions to the requirements of this Institution. The 
slightest examination by this committee will demonstrate to them 
that the amounts herein asked for are entirely reasonable. 

Before closing this report we wish to acknowledge the excellent 
service rendered by Superintendent Edenharter. The excellent 



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general condition of the Institution and the perfect discipline 
maintained in each department are due to the constant and untiring 
efforts of the Superintendent. The condition of the Hospital, to- 
gether with the position of high standing it now has throughout 
the country, is a compliment to the Superintendent's management, 
much greater than can be expressed in words. 

In closing this report we earnestly thank you for the visits you 
have made to this Institution and the interest you have taken in 
its affairs. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. M. ADAMS, President, 
FREMONT GOOD WINE, Secretary, 
ELI MARVIN, Treasurer, 

Board of Trustees, 
Indianapolis, October 31, 1904. 



REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT. 



To the Honorable Board of Trustees: 

Gentlemen- — As an introduction to this report I insert for your 
convenience the following abstract of the statistical tables: 

At the beginning of the fiscal year there were 1,946 patients — 
859 men and 1,087 women — enrolled on the records.' At the close 
of the year we have remaining 1,982 patients — 864 men and 1,118 
women, an increase of 36 patients over the previous' year. 

Six hundred and thirty-seven patients — 387 men and 250 
women — ^were admitted during the year ; 404 patients — 257 men 
and 147 women — were discharged; and 197 patients — 125 men 
and 72 women — died. 

Two thousand, five hundred eighty-three patients — 1,246 men 
and 1,337 women — were under treatment during the year, a daily 
average of 837,58 men and 1,106.27 women, total 1,943.85 (en- 
rolled) patients. The daily average number of patients actually 
present (not counting those absent on furlough) during the year 
was 777.405 men and 1,010.238 women; total, 1,787.643 patients. 

The percentage of recoveries to the total number of patients 
under treatment is 6.626. The percentage of deaths is 7.626. The 
percentage of recoveries to the number admitted during tlie year is 
26.844. 

ESCAPES. 

During the year eighteen patients escaped from the Institution ; 
twelve of these were returned to the hospital. 

CASUALTIES. 

There were two suicides during the year, both by hanging, and 
one death from a severe scald received while bathing. 

We had one fire during the year, which occurred under the 
Third Ward. The damage was slight, although we were compelled 
to relay the electric conduit. 

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IMPROVEMENTS AND REPAIRS. 



Under this heading we nsnallj enumerate a few of the leadin<'- 
iniprovements made. With few exceptions these are practicallv 
the same from year to year. 

Boiler Plant. — The most important improvement was the in- 
stallation of the new boiler plant ; it is now in operation and is sat- 
isfactory. 

Laundry Addition. — The new addition to our Laundry has been 
completed and a contract for the new drying room has been entered 
into. 

G-reenhouse. — The sash on the roof of the Greenhouse were 
repaired. 

Painting. — During the past year many wards, as well as the 
Greenhouse, Carpenter Shop, Paint Shop, Oil House, Fire Depart- 
ment, Store Building, Officers' Barn, etc., were repainted. 

Vehicles. — Under this head we report the purchase of a farm 
wagon, one cart, and one truck for the kitchen. 

Pumps. — All of the steam pumps were given a thorough over- 
hauling and placed in good repair. We also replaced the pumps 
over all driven wells throughout the groves. 

Electric Work. — One new armature for the large machine was 
purchased. A new line was installed from the Power House to 
the Department for Women. Also from the tunnel to the Dining 
Hall at Department for Women. .- 

Eefrigerator. — One large refrigerator was purchased for the 
kitchen at the Department for Men. 

Wall Papering. — Quite a number of rooms in the Administra- 
tion Building were repapered. 

Skylights. — At the Boiler House the condition was such that 
it became necessary to install seven large skylights in the roof; 
the building is now well lighted. 

Gasometer. — The Indianapolis Gas Company removed their 
large tank from the grounds last summer. A fire cistern holding 
3,000 barrels of water was constructed from the reservoir. 

Musical Instruments. — Quite a number of pianos and music 
boxes were purchased for the wards during the past year. 

Household Furniture. — As usual, we purchased a lot of couches, 
bedsteads, dressers, ward stands, etc. 



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Grading and Sodding. — The new roadways aronnd the new Hos- 
pital were made during tlie year; alsOj quite a large amount of 
grading and sodding, in order to complete the work. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



I would respectfully suggest to your Board that you ask for 
the following amounts from the Legislature and that you incorpo- 
rate the same in your rejjort to the Legislative Committee. 



GENERAL FUNDS. 



Maintenance. — An appropriation of three hundred thousand 
dollars ($300,000) and at the rate of one hundred and sixty dollars 
($160) jDer caj>ita per annum for each person actually present 
over a daily average number of 1,187 inmates each month for each 
fiscal year 1905-1906 and 1906-1907. 

Repair. — An appropriation of twentj^-five thousand dollars 
($25,000) for each fiscal year 1905-1906 and 1906-1907. 

Clothing. — An appropriation of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,- 
000) for each fiscal year 1905-1906 and 1906-1907. 



SPECIFIC APPEOPEIATIONS. 



Painting. — An aijpropriation of five thousand dollars ($5,000). 

Electric Equipment. — An aj^propriation of five thousand dollars 
($5,000). 

Laundry Equipment. — An appropriation of twenty-five hundred 
dollars ($2,500). 

Cement Work. — An appropriation of twenty-five hundred dol- 
lars ($2,500). 



RECAPITULATION. 

REGULAR FUNDS. 



Maintenance $.300,000.00 and per capita. 

Repair 25,000.00 and per capita. 

Clotliing 15,000.00 and per capita. 



SPECIAL. 



Painting $5,000 00 

Electric equipment 5,000 00 

Laundry equipment 2,500 00 

Cement worlv 2,500 00 



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In the above requests we have confined ourselves to the absolute 
necessities. We had intended to suggest many improvements for 
this Legislature to consider, but owing to the imperative demand 
for more room for the insane of our district, and fully believino- 
that this is of paramount importance, we have eliminated many 
items which this Institution must have before it is complete. We 
will mention a few in order to show our needs in this direction. 
These have all been mentioned in previous reports: 

Amusement hall. 

Detention department for acute cases. 

Buildings for the tuberculous. 

Buildings for the convalescents. 

Buildings for contagious diseases. 

Pavilions for outdoor patients. 

New upholstering department. 

Remodel heating apparatus. 

New system of water supply. 

ISTew iron fence. 

JSTew store building. 

As before mentioned, we shall not press our claims for these 
because the insane of this district should be cared for by increased 
accommodations. 

NEED OF MORE ROOM. 

As there are about 400 insane persons in our district without 
State care, the General Assembly should take some radical action 
for their relief. There have been many plans suggested, but all 
plans which will fail to accomplish the above should be rejected. 

PATHOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT. 

The work in this department is progressing satisfactorily. It 
should be borne in mind that a complete system can not be devel- 
oped in a day. In an institution of this character, with so many 
demands upon our resources, it is next to impossible to bring about 
conditions in all departments (related to the pathological) that will 
meet every requirement. We feel, however, as stated before, that 
there is real progress, and we hope ere long to establish systems 
that are absolutely essential to the proper conduct of the work, 
but are now lacking. ' 



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The Medical Colleges will, as in former years, present a course 
of lectures to their students and such physicians as may wish to 
avail themselves of the opportunity. The lectures will practically 
cover the same field as heretofore (see last report). We insert here 
the report of the Pathologist: 

KEPOKT or THE PATHOLOGIST. 

Geo. F. Edenliarter, M. D., Superintendent, Central Indiana Hospital for 
Insane: i 

I beg to submit the following report of what has been done under the 
management of the Pathological Laboratory since assuming charge of it, 
September 1, 1903. 

During this time permission was obtained for and autopsy performed 
upon fifty-five bodies. A detailed report of the pathological findings is 
appended hereto. Microscopical sections of the various organs were made 
and filed away for future reference if desired. 

The following gross specimens have been added to. the museum col- 
lection: 

1. Sarcoma of the brain involving the left optic thalamus. 

2. Sarcoma of the brain involving the inferior vermis of the cerebel- 
lum with atrophy of the left cerebellar and right cerebral hemisphere. 

3. Syphilitic tumors of the brain involving the left frontal lobe, the 
lower extremity of the right ascending frontal, ascending parietal and 
supramarginal convolutions and the left optic thalamus. 

4. Amyloid liver, kidney and spleen. 

5. Tuberculosis of the li^ng with cavity formation. 

6. Atelectasis of the left lung due to pressure of tubercular collection 
filling the pleural cavity. 

7. Obstruction of the common bile duct by a biliary calculus in the 
antrum of Vater. 

8. Chronic interstitial nephritis. 

9. Chronic parenchymatous nephritis. 

10. Pancreas, with stomach, duodenum and transverse colon of a case 
of acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis. 

11. Tubercular ulcers of the ileum. 

12. Dysenteric ulcers of the colon. 

13. Atheroma with calcareous degeneration of the aorta. 

14. Tubercular spleen. 

15. Miliary tuberculosis of the lung. 

16. Carcinoma of the liver secondary to mammary carcinoma. 

17. Carcinoma of the uterus. 

18. Multiple fibroids of the uterus, subperitoneal, submucous and in- 
terstitial. 

19. Fibroid of the uterus with calcareous infiltration. 

20. Enlarged thyroid with calcareous infiltration. 

21. Bilateral ovarian cyst. 

22. Hemorrhagic pachymeningitis. 



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23. Intracapsular fracture of the neck of the femur. 

24. Lobar pneumonia. 

By request of the different members of the staff' physicians, and apart 
from examinations made by themselves, there were made 115 urinary, 
48 blood, 43 sputa, 2 curettage and 15 Widal examinations. The impor- 
tance of these examinations is a strong factor in diagnoses, and as an aid 
in indicating the line of treatment to be followed, can not be too strongly 
insisted upon. 

Beginning the first of October, 1903, and continuing until Christmas 
holidays, a series of talks and demonstrations were given to the staff 
physicians ou the anatomical relations and the physiological functions of 
the various parts of the nervous system, and the eft'ects that are produced 
by their involvement in certain pathological conditions. 

After the first of January, 1904, regular staff meetings were instituted 
and held three times weekly, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morn- 
ing from 10:30 to 12. At these meetings the members of the' staff alter- 
nated in presenting one or more cases. A systematic examination is made 
of the mental and physical condition of each case, followed by a discus- 
sion of it by the members of the staff'. One hundred and fifteen cases 
were presented. The results of the examinations and the conclusions 
arrived at. where this was possible, have been recorded and can be used 
as a reference in the study of future cases in determining the probable 
course and termination of allied conditions. 

During the College term of 1903-1904 a series of lectures was given 
to the students of the two Medical Colleges on the anatomical relations 
of the various parts of the nervous system, and a resume of some of the 
more important pathological conditions involving them, with a presenta- 
tion of specimens, microscopical and gross, where such was possible. 

For the present time the following series of lectures are being given 
in connection with those delivered by the professor of clinical psychiatry: 

1. The evolution of the nervous system. 

2. The development of the nervous system. 

3. The surface anatomy of the brain and its relations to the external 
surface of the skull. 

4. The internal anatomy of the brain. 

5. The anatomy and physiology of the spinal cord. 

6. The blood and lymph circulation of the nervous system. 

7. The pathological conditions involving the gray matter of the cord 
and their clinical significance. 

8. The pathological conditions involving the white matter of the cord 
and their clinical significance. 

9. The connections of the spinal cord with the various parts of the 
brain. 

10. Pathological conditions involving some of the more important 
bundles of fibres connecting different parts of the brain and their clinical 
significance. 



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PATHOLOGICAL REPORT OF AUTOPSIES HELD FROM SEPTEM- 
BER 1, 1903, TO OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Number of autopsies 55 

Sex- 
Males 20 

Females 35 

Age- 
Between 20 and 30 years 4 

Between 30 and 40 years 7 

Between 40 and 50 years 15 

Between 50 and 60 years 14 

Between 60 and 70 years 8 

Between 70 and 80 years 6 

Over 80 years 1 

Form of psychosis as given by record: 

Acute melancholia 4 

Chronic melancholia 5 

Acute mania 6 

Chronic mania 12 

Epileptic insanity 12 

Acute conf usional insanity 2 

General paralysis 5 

Senile dementia 6 

Organic dementia 2 

Terminal dementia 1 

Number admitted for the first time 50 

Number admitted for the second time 4 

Number admitted for the third time 1 



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FOKM OF PSYCHOSIS. 


Duration. 


Sex. 


i 

Sao 
<5 


Ca-use of Death. 




7 mo3.... 
6 
15 

7 


Female... 

Male 

Female... 

Male 


42 
50 
50 

31 


Asphyxia by hanging. 
Oedema of the lungs. 
Py«mia (acute supurative 

arthritis.) 
Asphyxia by strangling. 


2 " " 


3 " " 


4 '< " 




1. Chronic melancholia 

2. " " 

3. " " 

4. " " 

5. " " 


llHyrs 

4^'i " 

Not given. 

2 yrs 

1% " 


Female... 

Male 

Female... 

Female.. . 
Female... 


60 
57 
48 

52 
41 


Pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Urasmic convulsions. 
Shock (.thrown from car- 
riage.) 
Pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Pulmonary tuberculosis. 




100 days.... 
17 " .. . 
8 mos.... 

2 " .... 

3 wks ... 

4 " .... 


Female... 

Male 

Male 

Female.. . 

Male 

Female.. . 


51 


4^r,;„o T^nn^,^v;i! 


2^ •' " 


45 1 M"^Vo"o*'ro-r-V>'<.'nct;nn 


3 " " 


40 

65 
50 
45 


Uemorrhagic leptomenin- 
gitis. 
Maniacal exhaustion. 
GEdeina of the lungs. 
Broncho pneumonia. 


4. " " 


5. " " 


fi. " " 






11 yrs 

m " 

16 " 

10 

3^6 " 

12 " 

24 

18 mos.... 

19 yrs 

ny^ " 

12 " 

20>^ " 


Female... 
Female.. . 
Female.. . 
Female... 

Male 

Female.. . 

Female.. . 

Male 

Female.. . 
Female.. . 
Female.. - 
Female... 


67 
76 

72 
55 

60 
43 

53 
50 
63 
50 
60 
65 




2. " " 


Broncho pneumonia. 
Pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Acute hemorrhagic pancre- 

(Edemaof the lungs. 
Pulmonary tuberculosis and 

acute myelitis. 
Carcinoma of the breast. 
Hypostatic pneumonia. 
Pulmonary tuberculosi.*. 


3. " " 


4. " " 


5. " " 


6. " " 


7. " " 


8. " " 


9. " " 


10. *' " 


11. " " 


Pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Pyaemia (multiple ab- 
scesses.) 


12. " " 






7 mos ... . 
2>gyrs 

iy^ " .... 

9 mos.... 

2 yrs 

10>^ " 

12 " 

3 " 

?.% " 

Not given. 
Not given. 
Not given. 


Female.. . 
Female.. . 
Female... 
Female.. 

Male 

Female... 
Female.. . 

Male 

Male 

Male 

Male 

Female... 


42 
44 
41 
44 
37 
43 
26 
30 
31 
42 
24 
29 


Status epilepticus. 


2. " " 


3. " " 


Carcinoma of the uterus. 


4. " " 


Status epilepticus. 
Lobar pneumonia. 


5. " " 


6. " " ' 


7. " " 




8. " " 


Status epilepticus. 


9. " " 


Asph.vxia. 

Hypostatic pneumonia. 


10. " " 


H. " " 


Pulmonary o;dema. 


12. " " 


Asphyxia. 




1. Acute confusional insanity. 
2. 


3 mos.... 
6 wkg.... 


Female... 
Female... 


67 
24 


Pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Lobar pneuuionia. 


1. General paralysis 

2. " " 


2 yrs 

3 " 

J^ '<'. • ••• 
22 " 


Male 

Male 

Female.'. . 
Male 


46 
55 
43 
53 
36 


Hypostatic pneumonia. 
Pulmonary tuberculosis. 


3. " " 


Hypostatic pneumonia. 


4. " " 


Paretic convulsions. 


5. " " 


31^ " 1 Male 


Paretic convulsions. 












m yrs 

2 " 

7 mos 

1 yr 

1% " 

2 yrs 


Female... 
Female... 
Female... 
Female... 
Female... 
Male 


83 
78 
74 
79 
62 
76 


Acute septic peritonitis. 


2. " " 


Entero colitis. 


3. " " 


Colitis. 


4. " " 


Lobar pneumonia. 


5. " " 


Acute colitis. 


6. " " 


Pulmonary (ledoma and lo- 




bular pneumonia. 




4><;yrs 

2 mos.... 


Female... 
Male 


55 
42 


Sarcomatus tumor of brain. 


2. " " 


Syphilitic tumor of brain. 




. 


1. Terminal dementia 


6>$ yrs 


Male 


33 


Pulmonarf tu berculosis. 



2— Central Insane. 



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CAUSES OF DEATH. 



Pulmonary tuTserculosis 10 

Status epilepticus 6 

Pulmonary oedema 5 

Hypostatic pneumonia 4 

Asphyxia 4 

Entero colitis 3 

Lobar pneumonia 3 

Bronchopneumonia 2 

Hemorrhagic meningitis 1 

Cerebral hemorrhage 1 

Angina pectoris 1 



Paretic convulsions 

Tumor of the brain 

Pyaemia 

Maniacal exhaustion 

Peritonitis _. . 

Acute hemorrhagical pancreatitis. 

Gallstone obstruction 

Carcinoma of the breast 

Carcinoma of the uterus 

Ursemit; convulsions 

Shock 



FINDINGS IN AUTOPSIES. 



ACUTE MELANCHOLIA. 



S4. Female, age 42 j^ears. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 7 
montlis. Cause of death, asphyxia by hanging. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,300 gms. Thickening of the dura most marked over 
the vertex. Extensive deposition of calcareous matter in walls of 
the superior longitudinal sinus and adjoining falx cerebri, forming 
a rigid, bony wall. Considerable increase in subdural and sub- 
arachnoidean fluid. Brain substance somewhat oedematous and 
softer than usmil. 

Heart: Wt. 270 gms. Yellowish atheromatous plaques in the pos- 
terior cusp of the mitral and of the aortic valves. Numerous small 
haemorrhagic subendocardial extravasations in the walls of the 
left ventricle mostly in the papillary muscles. Moderate athero- 
ma tus degeneration of the coronary and other large arteries. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 340 gms., R. 370 gms. Oedema of both lungs. 

Liver: Wt. 1,700 gms. Engorgement. ^ 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 140 gms., R .150 gms. Engorgement. 

Spleen: Wt. 250 gms. 

Thyroid Gland: Slight enlargement of the left lobe. ' 

101. Male, age 50 years. Firsts admission. Duration of psychosis, 6 
months. Cause of death, oedema of the lungs. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,175 gms. Skull dense,. firm and heavy dural adhesions 
o*ver both middle fossae. Great increase of subdural and subarach- 
noidean fluids, general atrophy of the convolutions, widening of the 
fissures and sulci, increase of spinal fluid. 

Heart: Wt. 325 gms. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 355 gms., R. 580 gms. Firm fibrous adhesions of the 
base to the diaphragm on the left side and posterior surface of the 
lower lobe right side. Irregular areas of lobular pneumonia of the 
lower lobes of both sides, with moderate general oedema. 

Liver: Wt. 1,625 gms. Moderate perihepatitis, some fatty degen- 
eration. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 280 gms. R. 190 gms. Chronic parenchymatous 
nephritis. 



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120. Female, age 50 years. First admission. Duration of psycliosis, ly^ 
years. Cause of death, pyaemia (acute suppurative artliritis). 
Pathological Report: 
Brain: Wt. 1,195 gms. Firm dural adhesions over the frontal lobo, 
thickening of the dura, moderate increase of subdural and sub- 
arachnoidean fluids. Diffuse thickness and opacity of the arach- 
nopia mater. Moderate degree of general atrophy of the brain sub- 
stance. Widening of the fissures and sulci. 

Heart: Wt. 220 gms. Extensive epicardial fat— muscle somewhat 
softened, atheromatous degeneration of coronary arteries most 
prominent at their orifices. Extensive involvement of the aorta 
with considerable calcareous deposit. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 195 gms., R. 250 gms. Firm bandlike adhesions scat- 
tered irregularly over the greater part of the right pleura. 

Liver: Wt. 1,440 gms. Cloudy and somewhat oily in appearance. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 107 gms., R. 107 gms. Chronic nephritis (diffuse). 

Spleen: Wt. 100 gms. Malpighiau bodies swollen. Numerous areas 
of nodular consistency, pyramidal in shape, with base toward the 
free margin. 

Oedema of both legs, the right below the knee, the left extensively 
extending above the thigh. Acute suppurative arthritis of the left 
knee, extensive disorganization of all the structures entering in the 
formation of the joint and involving the surrounding tissues for a 
considerable extent. 
121. Male, age 31 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 7 
months. Cause of death, asphyxia by strangling. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,620 gms. Brain substance appears somewhat swollen. 
Blood vessels engorged. 

Heart: Wt. 370 gms. Moderate hypertrophy, slight arteriosclerosis 
of the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 310 gms., R. 380 gms. Few firm adhesions at the 
base of the left low^er lobe and over the upper and middle lobes 
on the right side. Moderate emphysema of group of lobules. Con- 
siderable engorgement. Few small cicatricial nodules in the right 
apex with slight caseation of some. 

Liver: W^t. 1,890 gms. Engorgement. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 185 gms., R. 180 gms. Eligorgement. 

Spleen: Wt. 250 gms. 

Small narrow band of discoloration encircling the neck at the level 
of the thyroid cartilage. 

Marked cyanosis of the head, neck, fingers and toes. 

CHEONIC MELANCHOLIA. 

75. Female, age 60 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, llVi 
years. Cause of death, pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Pathological Report: 
Bram- Wt 1 200 gms. Firm adhesions of the dura over the vertex, 
the parietal 'amrfrontal bones. Dura thickened, vascular, connec- 
tions between the dura and arachnoid along the superior longitudi- 



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nal siuus are firm and rather extensive. Large quantity of sub- 
dural fluid and subaraelinoidean exudate. Araclinopia mater 
thiclvened and studded witli opacities. Moderate degree of atrophy 
of tlie cerebral convolutions, with consequent widening of the sulci 
and fissures. Brain substance firm. Firm adhesions above the cen- 
ter of the anterior horn of the right lateral ventricle between the 
outer and inner wall. A few small cysts of the choroid plexus. 
Excess of spinal fluid in the cord. 

Heart: Wt. 280 gms. Extensive vegetation on the mitral valves. 
Moderate atheromatous degenerations of the arteries involving the 
coronary vessels. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 440 gms., R. 730 gms. Extensive firm adhesions over 
both pleura. Extensive tubercular involvement of both lungs with 
some intervening emphysema. Caseation of the bronchial gland 

Liver: Wt. 1,000 gms. Nutmeg appearance. 

Intestine: Extensive tuberculaj- ulcerations. 

Stomach: Occupies a vertical position, the left border of the greater 
curvature lies 2 cm. to the left of the tip of the tenth rib, midway 
between the anterior and midaxillary lines running downward and 
forward to the level of the iliac crest in the left parasternal line 
then to the level of the umbilicus in the median line, where the 
pylorus is situated. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 90 gms., R. 80 gms. Extensive chronic interstitial 
nephritis. 

Uterus: Tv/o small subserous fibroids, one on the anterior and one 
on the posterior wall. 

Spleen: Tubercular nodules with caseation. 

Left adrenal: Tubercular areas of caseation. 

Mesenteric and bronchial glands enlarged and cheesy. 
85. Male, age 57 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 4% 
years. Cause of death, uraemic cou^'^.^lsions. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,350 gms. Bones very firm and compact. Firm adhe- 
sions of the dura to the frontal and parietal bones. Depressions for 
pachyonian bodies moderately prominent. Dura generally thick- 
ened and contains considerable calcareous infiltration forming bony 
plates on the walls of the sup. longitudinal sinus. Great increase 
of subdural and subarachnoidean fluids, general thickening and 
opacity of the arachnopia mater. Well marked atheroma of the 
blood vessels, numerous small calcareous nodules in the choroid 
plexus about the size of small bird shot. Increase of spinal fluid. 

Heart: Wt. 590 gms. Extensive hypertrophy, yellowish plaques in 
the substance of the posterior cup of the mitral valve and aortic 
valve. Considerable epicardial fat. Moderate sclerosis and athero- 
matus degeneration of the blood vessels with some calcareous in- 
filtration. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 790 gms., R. 455 gms. Extensive oedema most 
marked on the left side. Firm adhesions throughout whole left 
pleural cavity. 

Liver: Wt. 1,405 gms. Moderate fatty degeneration and engorge- 
ment. 



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Kidneys: Wt. L. 5,145 gms., R. 155 gms. Chroiiic diffuse nephritis. 
Spleen: Wt. 255 gms. Large fibrous cicatrix on tlie outer surface. 

Sliglit enlargement of the left lobe of the thyroid gland. 
General enlargement of the mesenteric glands. 
103. Female, age 48 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis not 
given. Cause of death, shock from being thrown out of carriage 
in a runaway while being brought to the institution. 
Pathological Report: 
Brain: Wt. 1,240 gms. Slight increase of subdural and considerable 
increase of subarachnoidean fluid. The right cerebral hemisphere 
somewhat smaller than the left apparent in the occipital lobes. 
The left lateral lobe of the cerebellum only about half the size of 
the right. The inferior vermis is occupied by a more or less cir- 
cumscribed mass somewhat nodular, broviaiish red in color, por- 
tions of it somewhat gelatinous in appearance. The growth ex- 
tending into the substance of the left hemisphere for about half 
its distance and also is more or less attached to the floor of the 
fourth ventricle. 
Cord not removed. 

Heaut: Wt. 260 gms.; 100 cc. of straw-colored fluid in the pericar- 
dium; slight sclerosis of the aorta. 
Lungs: Wt. L. 275 gms., R. 285 gms. Small quantity of straAV-col- 
ored fluid in each pleural cavity, slight oedema posteriorly in both 
lungs. 
Liver: Wt. 1,480 gms. The walls of the gall bladder are thinned 
and it contains eight calculi. Four of the size of kernels of corn, 
two half the size of hickory nuts and two the size of hickory nuts. 
Kidneys: Wt. L. 190 gms., R. 155 gms. Chronic nephritis. 
General enlargement of the mesenteric and bronchial glands, the lat- 
ter more or less caseated, forming a firm mass the size of a man's 
fist enveloping the division of the trachea, but not iuvolviug its 
mucous surface. Moderate oedema of both lower extremities. 
109. Female, age 52 years. Second admission. Duration of psychosis, 
first unknown, second 2 years. Cause of death, pulmonary tuber- 
culosis. 
Pathological Report: 
Brain: Wt. 1,210 gms. Considerable increase of subdural and sub- 
arachnoidean fluid. Diffuse thickening and opacity of the arachno- 
pia mater. General atrophy of the brain. Widening of the fis- 
sures and sulci, numerous small cysts of the choroid plexus, in- 
crease of spinal fiuid. ' 
Heart: Wt. 180 gms. Muscle flabby. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 635 gms., R. 910 gms. Both pleura firmly adherent 
throughout. Between the base of the left lung and the diaphragm 
is a large cavity containing about 1,500 cc. creamy, cheesy matter 
and fibrinous masses. The walls of the cavity are of dark white 
cartilagenous consistency. The cavity extending from the fifth 
interspace in the anterior axillary line to the costal margin. Ex- 
tensive tubercular consolidation of both lungs and multiple cavity 



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foruiatiou. Bronchial glands extensively enlarged, many being 
cheesy, with more or less calcification. Peritoneal cavity contains 
yOO cc. serous fluid. 

Liver: Wt. 1,870 gms. Perihepatitis, amyloid appearance; gall blad- 
der contains 30 calculi, varying in size from bird shot to hazel nut. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 120 gms., R. IGO gms. 

Adrenals: Both involved with tubercular masses. 

General enlargement of the mesenteric glands. 
129. Female, age 41 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 9% 
years. Cause of death, pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,380 gms. General thickening of the dura. Moderate 
increase of the subdural and arachnoidean fluids. Moderate de- 
gree of thickening and opacity of the arachno-pia mater with ex- 
tensive plastic exudate on each side of the sup. longitudinal sinus. 

Heart: Wt. 225 gms. Margins of the mitral valves thickened, nodu- 
lar and contracted, producing narrowing of the orifice. The chordae- 
nae tendinae thickened and shortened. Very slight sclerosis of the 
aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 770 gms., R. 1,030 gms. The left pleural cavity oblit- 
erated by firm adhesions. Extensive adhesions on the right side, 
with considerable fibrous exudate on the surface of the lung. 

Extensive tubercular consolidation of both lungs with cavity forma- 
tion. Bronchial glands enlarged and caseous, with some calcareous 
deposit. 

Livei-: Wt. 1,450 gms. Fatty degeneration. 

Intestine: Extensive tubercular involvement of both the large and 
small intestine, with numerous adhesions and tubercular involve- 
ment of the peritoneum. 500 cc. of creamy, turbid peritoneal fluid. 

Kidnej's: Wt. L. 160 gms., R. 160 gms. Chronic parenchymatous 
nephritis. 

Spleen: Wt. 250 gms. Numerous tubercular areas of caseation. 

General tubercular involvement of the mesenteric and retroperitoneal 
glands. 
Slight oedema of the lower extremities. 

ACUTE MANIA. 

76. Female, age 57 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 100 
days. Cause of death, angina pectoris. 
Pathological ReiDort: 
Heart: Wt. 220 gms. Vegetations on the mitral valves. 
Blood vessels: Extensively atheromatous. 

Limgs: Wt. L. 460 gms., R. 490 gms. Extensive firm pleural adhe- 
sions on the left side. Several smaller areas of consolidation in the 
lower left lobe. 
Liver: Wt. 1.240 gms. Cloudy and swollen, adhesions between the 
gall bladder and the hepatic flexm-e of the colon. Gall bladder 
walls thickened and contains numerous small calculi. 
Kidneys: Wt. L. 130 gms.. R. 1-30 gms. Chronic nephritis. 
Uterus: Submucus and interstitial fibroids of the posterior wall. 



Brain: Wt. 1,240 gms. Slight adliesions of the dura to the froutal 
and parietal bones. Considerable subarachnoideau exudate. En- 
gorgement of the blood vessels. Brain substance soft and flabby. 

^ Puncta vasculosa prominent, several cysts of the choroid plexus 
about 1 cm. In diameter. 
77. Male, age 45 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 17 days. 
Cause of death, maniacal exhaustion. 
Pathological Report: 

Heart: Wt. 311 gms. A few firm pericardial adhesions along the an- 
terior interventricular groove. 

Moderate atheromatous degeneration of the coronary and large ar- 
teries. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 275 gms., R. 220 gms. Slight pleuritic adhesions at 
the left base. 

Liver: Wt. 1,400 gms. Slightly fatty, v^'ith some enlargement. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 170 gms., R. 130 gms. Moderately engorged. 

Spleen: Wt. 150 gms. Moderately engorged. 

Moderate hyperplasia of the mesenteric glands. 

Brain: Wt. 1,53G gms. Engorgement of the blood vessels. Consid- 
erable subarachnoideau and subdural fluid. Brain soft and easily 
lacerable. Puncta vasculosa prominent. 
97. Male, age 40 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 8 
months. Cause of death, convulsions due to hemorrhagic pachy- 
meningitis. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: 1,130 gms. Dura adherent to the arachno-pia mater along the 
sup. longitudinal sinus. Beneath the dura on the right side a heavy 
fairly well organized fibrinous clot covering the greater part of the 
frontal and parietal area bearing no attachment to the dura and 
slight attachment to the arachnopia, on the left side a similar 
membrane exists more extensive adherent to the dura with more 
or less hemorrhagic extravasations, with considerable fluid and 
clotted blood. Arachnopia mater generally thicliened and very ad- 
herent to the underlying brain substance, with whitish deposits 
along the course of the blood vessels. 

Blood vessels moderately engorged, puncta vasculosa prominent. A 
few grtinul'itions of the ependyma of the fourth ventricle. 

Heart: Wt. 230 gms. Thickening of the mitral and aortic valves, 
chronic myocardial changes in the muscle, beginning atheroma of 
the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 400 gms., R. 360 gms. Firm fibrous adhesions oljlit- 
erating the left pleural cavity and also the greater part of tlie 
right. Small areas of consolidation scattered through the substance 
of the portions of both lungs. 

Liver: Wt. 850 gmj?. Slight cirrhosis and perihepatitis. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 135 gms., R. 110 gms. Chronic nephritis. 

General enlargement of the mesenteric glands. 
113. Female, age 65 years. First admission. Duration of psycliosis, 1 
months. Cause of death, maniacal exhaustion. 
Pathological Report: 



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Brain: Wt. 1,265 gms. Skull distinctly bracbyceplialic. Dura firmly 
adherent throughout, thickened, great increase of subdural and 
arachuoideau fluid. Diffuse thickening and opacity of the arachno- 
pia mater. Excess of spinal fluid. Irregular atheromatous degen- 
erations of blood vessels. 

Heart: Wt. 190 gms. Extensive chronic myocarditis. Moderate 
sclerosis with atheromatous degeneration of the mitral valves, with 
a rather large calcareous plate in the substance of the anterior seg- 
ment. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 250 gms., R. 250 gms. Few firm adhesions at the 
posterior suvface of the apex of the lower lobe and adjoining base 
of the upper lobe on the left side. Considerable emphysema. 
Slight hj'postatic congestion of the posterior portion of the lower 
lobes. Tubercular consolidation of apex of the left upper lobe, 
with several areas of softening, whole mass 5-2 cm. in extent. 

Liver: Wt. 630 gms. Nutmeg in appearance. 

Caecum cone-shaped, the apex of the cone being directly continuous 
with the appendix. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 80 gms., R. 91 gms. Chronic nephritis. 

Palatine arch very low, teeth protruding very prominently, marked 
projection of the chin, very low frontal arch, nose fiat. 

Rodent ulcer 6 cm. in diameter over the left temporal fossae. Con- 
dition of fragilitas ossium affecting all the bones. 

Lower limbs more or less anchylosed in a flexed position. 
118. Male, age 50 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 3 weeks. 
Cause of death, oedema of the lungs. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,270 gms. Considerable increase in subdural fluid, dif- 
fuse thickening and opacity of the arachnopia mater. Adhesions 
between the anterior two-thirds of the mesial surfaces of the two 
cerebral hemispheres. 

Heart: Wt. 250 gms. Moderate atheromatous degeneration of the 
aorta and rather extensive involvement of the coronary vessels. 
Some thickening of the mitral cups. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 440 gms., R. 670 gms. Moderate oedema of whole 
lung. 

Liver: Wt. 1,440 gms. Thickening of the capsule, engorgement. 

Stomach contracted only slightly larger than colon. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 110 gms., R. 120 gms. 

Spleen: Wt. 115 gms. Lai'ge fibroid cicatrix covering the upper half 
of the convex surface 5mm. thick. Dense, firm and white, adherent 
to the diaphragm. 
, ' Fractures of the fifth, sixth, seventh, eightli, ninth and tenth ribs on 
the right side anteriorly running from the midaxillary line below 
to the anterior axillary line above and of the eleventh and twelfth 
ribs posteriorly above the angle. On the left side the eighth, 
ninth, tenth and eleventh ribs are fractured anteriorly and the 
tenth, eleventh and twelfth posteriorly at a site similar to the right 
side. 
121. Female, age 45 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 1 
month. Cause of death, broncho-pneumonia. 



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Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,310 gms. Bones of the skull cancellous and soft. Bony 
projection 5mm. above the general surface on the inner surface of 
the vertical plate of the right frontal bone. Slight increase of sub- 
dural and subarachnoidean fluids. Moderate degree of thickening 
and opacity of the arachnopia mater along the course of the blood 
vessels. 

Heart: Wt. 160 gms. Several small sclerotic areas in the mitral 
valves. Very slight arterio sclerosis involving the coronary arteries 
and the beginning of the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 360 gms., R. 260 gms. Firm adhesions at the pos- 
terior surface of the left apox and a few at the base, also the right 
upper lobes. Moderate degree of broncho-pneumonic consolidation 
vrith some nodular involvement and caseation of the right apes. 

Liver: Wt. 900 gms. Moderate degree of fatty degeneration and 
considerable engorgement. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 110 gms., R. 100 gms. Chronic nephritis. 

Small cyst of the right ovary. 

CHKONIC MANIA. 

79. P^'emale, age 67 years. Second admission. Duration of psychosis, 
first, 11/4 years; second, 11 years. Cause of death, cerebral hem- 
orrhage. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,160 gms. Bones softened and increase of cancellous 
tissue. Extensive blood clot subdurally covering the outer surface 
of the right hemisphere and extending down the right side of the 
right crus and pons and slightly upon the upper surface of the 
cerebellum, apparently arising from a branch of the middle cere- 
bral artery, going to the supramarginal convolution. The arachno- 
pia mater is diffusely thickened and opaque. There is increase of 
subarachnoidean fluid, atrophy'of the cerebral convolutions, widen- 
ing of the fissures and sulci. Extensive adhesion, involvement of 
all the cerebral blood vessels, excess of cerebro-spiual fluid in the 
cord. 

Heart: Wt. 225 gms. Slight sclerosis of the posterior cusp of the 
mitral valve and the arteries near their bases. Moderate degree of 
chronic myocarditis and extensive sclerotic and atheromatous 
' changes in the arteries and coronary blood vessels. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 430 gms., R. 400 gms. Extensive fibrous adhesions 
involving both pleural arteries, small quantity of serous fluid in 
left cavity, oedema of the right lower lobe, nodules of caseation 
with calcareous infiltration of the apex of the upper lobe. Areas 
of pneumonic consolidation scattered through the left lung. 

Omentum adherent to the pelvic brim, chronic inflammatory adhe- 
sions between the upper surface of the liver and spleen to the dia- 
phragm. Considerable quantity of straw-colored peritoneal fluid. 

Liver: Wt. 740 gms. Chronic perihepatitis and cirrhosis. 

Intestine: Chronic colitis. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 90 gms., R. 80 gms. Chronic interstitial nephritis. 

Spleen: Wt. 25 gms. Chronic splenitis. 



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Thi'ioicl: Wt 62 gms. Enlarged, ratlaer firm aucl gelatinous in ap- 
pearance. 
>■ Enlarged mesenteric and bronchial glands, softened and cbeesy. 
80. Female, age 76 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 6% 
years. Cause of death, broncho-pneumonia. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,210 gms. Dural adhesions over both parietal lobes at 
the vortex, slight increase in quantity of subdural fluid, with exten- 
sive subarachnoidean increase, moderate thickening and opacity of 
the arachnopia mater. Several small cysts of the choroid plexus, 
left vertebral artery large, right relatively small, middle cerebral 
moderately atheromatous. Excess of cerebro-spinal fluid in the 
cord. 

Heart: Wt. 241 gms. Large amount of epicardial fat. Considera- 
ble thickening of the margins of the mitral valves. Several shot- 
size, firm nodules on the ventricular surface of the posterior cusp 
of the aortic valve. Heart muscle pale, with yellowish streaks ex- 
tending in from the surface. Extensive atheroma of the arteries 
and ulceration of the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 450 gms., R. 345 gms. SeA'eral firm fibrous bands of 
adhesions on both sides, various sized areas of broncho-pneumonic 
consolidation iu both lungs. Bronchial glands enlarged and some 
are caseous. 

Liver: Wt. 1,230 gms. Fatty appearance. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 95 gms., R. 90 gms. Chronic nephritis. 

Fragilitas ossium, united Colles fracture of right arm. Intracapsular 
fracture of the neck of the left femur. 
82. Female, age 72 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 16 
years. Cause of death, pulmonary tuberculosis. 
'Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,200 gms. Depressions of pachyonian bodies prominent, 
extensive firm adhesions of dura to bones and to the arachnopia 
mater over the frontal lobes. Slight increase of subdural fluid and 
considerable excess of subarachnoidean. Meninges all thickened 
and diffusely opaque. Moderate atrophy of the cerebral convolu- 
tions, excess of spinal .fluid, atheroma of the blood vessels. 

Heart: Wt. 325 gms. Thickening of mitral valves, vvith shortening 
and thickening of the chordae tendinae. Aortic valves thickened 
contracted with calcareous infiltration. Hypertrophy of the left 
ventricle, with chrojiic myocarditis. Extensive adhesions and cal- 
cerous infiltration of the coronary blood vessels. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 440 gms., R. 575 gms. Extensive firm fibrous adhe- 
sions involving both pleural cavities. Extensive tubercular consoli- 
dation of both lungs with cavity formation. 

Liver: Wt. 1,070 gms. Nutmeg in appearance. 

Gall bladder contains 2 calculi 1 cm. in diameter. 

Stomach very small, about the size of transverse colon. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 312 gms., R. 100 gms. Chronic nephritis. 

Spleen: Wt. 150 gms. Tubercular nodules diffusely scattered 
throughout its substance. 



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Caseation of bronchial glands. Xodnlar hyperplasia of the mesen- 
teric glands. 
SS. Female, age 55 years. Second admission. Duration of psychosis, 
tirst, 6 months; second, 10 years. Cause of death, acnte hem- 
oiThagic pancreatitis. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,150 gms. Moderate increase of subdural and sub- 
arachnoidean fluids, general atrophy of the cerebral convolutions, 
widening of the sulci and fissures, atheromatous degeneration of 
the arteries at the base. 

Heart: Wt. 315 gms. Atheromatous and calcareous deposit in Ihe 
substance of the mitral and aortic valves. Slight hyp(>rtrophy. vs-itb 
some fatty infiltration. Extensive atheromatous degeneration of 
the arteries and coronary blood vessels. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 230 gms., R. 300 gms. Diffuse firm fibrous adhesions 
of the right pleura and localized adhesions of the base of the left 
upper lobe. Greater portion of the lower right lobe is contracted 
into a fibroid cicatricial mass. 

Peritoneal cavity contains about 600 cc. of a darli, red, bloody fluid, 
odorless. Diffuse acute peritonitis. Swelling and oedema of all the 
structures, most extensively involving the stomach, transverse 
colon, duodenum and pancreas. The pyloric extremity of the 
stomach, the duodenum and tlie transverse colon are pushed for- 
ward by a rather firm dark red mass, which on section is shown to 
be coagulated blood. Infiltration of the Avhole pancreas, only a 
small portion of the head and tail showing any pancreatic sub- 
stance to the naked eye. Diffusely scattered foci of fatty necrosis 
in the omentum and subserous walls of the abdominal organs most 
extensive nearest the pancreas. 

Liver: Wt. 1,050 gms. Cloudy SAvelling, numerous small rather soft 
calculi in the gall bladder. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 115 gms., R. 115 gms. Chronic diffuse nephritis. 

Spleen: Wt. 110 gms. Soft and swollen. 

Genei-al enlargement of the mesenteric glands. 

Bilaieral ovarian cysts, left 4-2 cm. in diameter, right tube, ovary 
and parovarium occupied by a cystic mass the size of a goose egg. 
90. Male, age 60 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 3% 
years. Cause of death, oedema of the lungs. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,255 gms. Marl^ed excess of subdural and subarach- 
noidean fluid, thickening of dura marked over vertex, extensive 
thickening and opacity of the arachnopia mater, general atrophy 
of Ihe convolutions, widening of the fissures and sulci. Extensive 
granulation of th.e ependyma of all of the ventricles. 

Heai-t: Wt. 510 gms. Extensive hypertrophy, large (luantity of epi- 
cardial fat, moderate sclerosis of the mitral and aortic valves and 
of the arteries and coronary blood vessels. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 900 gms., R. 950 gms. Serous fluid in both cavities; 
in left 350 cc, in right 400 cc. Extensive oedema of both lungs. 

Liver: Wt. 1,500 gms. Moderate engorgement. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 105 gms., R. 130 gms. Chronic nephritis. 



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93. Female, age 43 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 12 

years. Cause of death, acute myelitis and pulmonary tubercu- 
losis. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,040 gms. Marked thickening of the bones of the skull, 
very hard and compact. Thickening of the dura with adhesions to 
the Jirachnopia mater over the frontal lobes. Considerable in- 
crease in the subdural and subarachnoidean fluid, moderate thick- 
ening and opacity of the arachnopia mater, general atrophy of the 
cerebral convolutions, widening of the fissures and sulci. Substance 
somewhat firmer than usually. Spinal meninges adherent to the 
first thoracic vertebrae which has undergone tubercular necro- 
sis. Increase of spinal fluid, acute inflammatory changes in the 
cord at level of the first thoracic vertebrae with degenerative 
changes of the whole cord below that site. 

Heart: Wt. 250 gms. Slight sclerosis of the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 235 gms., E. 230 gms. Firm adhesions of the base 
of the upper and apex of the lower left lobe and of the base of the 
right lower lobe. Nodular involvement with caseation of some 
nodules of both lungs, the condition being most marked in the 
apices of both lobes. 

Liver: Wt. 130 gms. Some engorgement. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 155 gms., R. 160 gms. Slight hydronephrosis, tu- 
bercular nephritis. 

Enlarged thyroid gland. Wt. 90 gms. 

94. Female, age 53 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 24 

years. Cause of death, mammary carcinoma. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt., 1,230 gms. No gross changes. Cord not removed. 

Heart: Wt. 325 gms. Moderate hypertrophy. Slight sclerosis of the 
aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 300 gms., R. 10 gms. Numerous fibrous bands scat- 
tered over the left pleura. Diffuse fibrous adhesions over whole right 
pleura. Numerous firm white nodules scattered through the sub- 
stance of both lungs with some oedema of the left lower lobe and 
moderate pneumonic consolidation of the whole right lung. Bron- 
chial glands infiltrated similarly. 

Liver: Wt. 195 gms. Adherent to the diaphragm, extensive infiltra- 
tion with carcinomatous material. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 150 gms., R. 140 gms. Moderate chronic nephritis. 
Multiple uterine fibroids, some infiltrated with calcareous material. 

Adrenals: The greater part of both destroyed and their place is taken 
by carcinomatous material. 

Right lobe of thja-oid gland enlarged, cystic, and considerably infil- 
trated with calcareous matter. 
Retroperitoneal glands around the pancreas and duodenum and both 
axillary glands infiltrated with carcinomatous material. 

Oedema of the right arm. 

Small ulcer of the right nipple, tumor of the right breast size of 
man's fist adherent to skin, diffuse nodular involvement of all the 
tissues covering Ihe side of the thorax. 



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98. Male, age 50 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 18 
months. Cause of death, hypostatic pneumonia. 
Pathological Report: 
Brain: Wt. 1,300 gms. Dura firmly adherent to the slvuU over the 
frontal and parietal bones, thickened, marked increase of subdural 
and subarachnoidean fluids. Thickening and opacity of the 
arachnopia mater over the sylvian fissure and- along the sup. longi- 
tudinal sinus. 
Heart: Wt. 220 gms. Surface veins distended, right side distended 
with partly clotted blood. Extensive thickening and atheroma of 
the aorta. 
Lungs: Wt. L. 450 gms., R. 825 gms. Firm adhesions at the base 
and posterior surface of the left lobe, strong bandlike adhesions 
scattered throughout the right plem-al cavity. Hypostatic pneu- 
monia of the posterior portion of the left lower lobe and of the 
whole lower lobe and posterior portion of the upper lobe on the 
right side. More or less oedema of both lungs. 
Liver: Wt. 1.680 gms. Chronic parenchymatous nephritis. Right 

ureter distended with muco-purulent fluid. 
Bladder walls thickened by chronic cystitis. 
Prostate considerably enlarged. 

General enlargement of the mesenteric and bronchial glands. 
Sigmoid flexure of the colon has a mesentery 18 cm. long. 
Bluish-yellowish and brownish discoloration of the right hip. Right 
leg 3.5 cm. shorter than left, rotated outward and somewhat flexed, 
due to intracapsular fracture of the neck of the femur. 
102. Female, age 63 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 19 
years. Cause of death, pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Pathological Report: 
Brain: Skull thin and rather soft, dura slightly adherent over the 
right frontal lobe. Thrombus partly organized of the sup. longi- 
tudinal sinus over the parietal and occopital lobes, a hemorrhagic 
fibrinous membrane covering the greater part of the right hemis- 
phere, slightly adherent to the underlying arachnoid and extending 
into the right parietal and occipital veins. Great increase of the 
subdural and subarachnoidean fluid, diffuse thickening and opacity 
of the arachnopia mater, general atrophy of the convolutions, 
widening of the sulci and fissures. 
Heart: Wt. 200 gms. Considerable epicardial fat, moderate athero- 

matus degeneration of the aortic orifice. 
Lungs: Wt. L. 280 gms., R. 975 gms. Few firm adhesions at the 
posterior surface of the left apes, firm adhesions of the right 
throughout. Left side diffusely nodular, some of which are 
caseated. Right side tubercular consolidation throughout with 
cavity formation in the apexes of the upper and lower lobes. Bron- 
chial glands enlarged, cheesy, some having considerable calcareous 
deposit. .. 

Liver: Wt. 1,380 gms. Nutmeg appearance. Two biliary caicuu 

size of hickory nut. 
Intestine: Extensive tubercular ulceration of the ilium and colon as 
low as the sigmoid flexure. 



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stomach occupying a vertical position extending as low as the iliac 
crest, sharply bent upon itself near the pyloric extremity, the 
pylorus lying in the median line at the level of the umbilicus. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 109 gms., R. llO gms. Chronic nephritis. 

Spleen: Wt. 180 gms. Tubercular nodules scattered irregularly 
throughout its substance. 
107. Female, age 50 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, IT^A 
years. Cause of death, gallstone obstruction. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,240 gms. Slight increase of subarachnoidean tiuid. 

Heart: Wt. 428 gms. Large quantity of epicardial fat. Mitral ori- 
fice considerably narrowed, valves very much sclerosed, chordae 
tendinae very much thicliened and shortened, extensive fatty infil- 
tration. Extensive atheromatous degeneration of the aorta and 
coronary blood vessels. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 590 gms., R. 655 gms. Firm baudlilie adhesions on 
the posterior surface of the upper lobes of both sides, extensive 
oedema, calcareous nodiile in the apex of the right lower lobe 2 cm. 
in diam. 

Liver: Wt. 1.G70 gms. Moderate chronic perihepatitis. Dilatation 
and distension of the bile capillaries, the adjoining hepatic sub- 
stance being more or less deeply bile stained, gall bladder, cystic, 
hepatic and common bile ducts dilated to four times their horrnal 
size and distended with thin, light bi'own bile. At the orifice of the 
common bile duct is a calculus 1 cm. in diam., blocking the canal 
while another calculus is free in the cavity of the gall bladder. 

Intestine: Distended with gas, intense congestion of their walls. 

Peritoneal cavity contains a small quantity of light red transparent 
fluid. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 130 gms., R. 110 gms. Arterio sclerotic nephritis. 

Hyperplasia of the lymphatic glands in the gastrohepatic omentum 
and of the bronchial glands, some of which are infiltrated with 
calcareous matter. 

Slight oedema of both lower extremities. 
114. Female, age 50 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 12 
years. Cause of death, pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain; Wt. 1,140 gms. Bones of the skull moderately thickened, 
cancellous, slight increase of subdural and considerable increase 
of subarachnoidean fluid. Slight thickening and opacity of the 
arachnopia mater, general atrophy of the brain substance, widen- 
ing of the sulci and fissures, increase of spinal fluid, spinal men- 
inges rather firmly adherent to the vertebral wall. 

Heart: Wt. 245 gms. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 8.50 gms., R. 960 gms. Few adhesions of the margin 
of the left lung to the right side and to the pericardium at the 
upper part, on the right side irregularly scattered adhesions 
throughout. General tubercular involvement with rather large 
cavity in the apex of the right upper lobe. Bronchial glands are 
enlarged, many are caseous. 

Liver: Wt. 970 gms. 



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Transverse colon occupying U-sliapecl position, its lower' margin o 
cm. below the level of the iliac anterior superior spine. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 92 gms., R. 103 gms. Chronic nephritis. 

Spleen: Wt. 95 gms. Tubercular areas of caseation irregularly scat- 
tered throughout its substance. 

General enlargement of the mesenteric and retroperitoneal glands. 
L23. Female, age G5 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 20VL> 
years. Cause of death, pyaemia (multiple abscesses). 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,165 gms. Marked depression of the occipital bone 
over the lambdoid region and of the right posterior inferior angle 
of the parietal bone. Dura firmly adherent to bones throughout, 
thickened. Slight increase of subdural and subarachnoidean fluid. 
Considerable thickening and opacity of the arachnopia mater. Ir- 
regular thickening of the walls of the blood vessels, general atrophy 
of the brain substance, Avidening of the fissures and sulci. 

Heart: Wt. 230 gms. Several atheromatous plaques in the sub- 
stance of mitral valve, chronic myocarditis, moderate atheroma tus 
involvement of the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L 300 gms., R. 380 gms. Few firm adhesions at both 
apices, numerous small, dry, cheesy nodules in both apices and 
several cicatricial scars. 

Liver: Wt. 1,430 gms. Slight nutmeg appearance. Gallbladder con- 
tracted into a cicatricial mass of fibrous tissue. 

Kidnej-s': Wt. L. 110 gms., R. 110 gms. Chronic nephritis. 

Multiple abscesses and discharging sinuses in the soft tissues over 
both loins and gluteal regions posteriorly. 

EPILEPTIC INSANITY. 

IS. Female, age 42 shears. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 7 
months. Cause of death, status epilepticus. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,250 gms. Bones increased in thickness, dura firmly ad- 
herent fo frontal and parietal bone, thickened, marked increase in 
subdural and subarachnoidean fluid. Arachnopia mater exten- 
sively thickened and irregularly opaque. Some hemorrhagic ex- 
travasation beneath it over the frontal and parietal lobes, adherent 
to the brain substance latter tearing, leaving a corroded surface 
when pia arachnoid removed. Excess cerebro spinal fluid in spinal 
cord. 

Heart: Wt. 290 gms. Thickening of and vegetation on the posterior 
internal cusp of the mitral valve, slight sclerosis of the bases of 
the aortic valves. Large quantity of epicardial fat, heart flabby 
with considerable infiltration of fat between the bundles of mus- 
cular fibres. Moderate degree of aortic sclerosis with rather ex- 
tensive involvement of the coronary vessels. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 420 gms., R. 560 gms. A cheesy slightly calcareous 
nodule In the apex of the right upper lobe. Moderate oedema and 
some emphysema. 

Liver: Wt. 980 gms. Slightly nutmeg appearance. 



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Kidneys: Wt. L. 110 gms., K. 110 gms. Some congestion witli mod- 
erate chronic nephritis. 
81. Female, age 44 years. First admission. Duration of psycliosis, 2Ve 
years. Cause of death, status epilepticus. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,265 gms. Bones firm and compact. Blood vessels en- 
gorged, moderate increase of subdural fluid and considerable in- 
crease of subarachnoidean. 

Heart: Wt. 290 gms. Small opening 3 mm. in diameter in the ante- 
rioY and upper portion of the foramen ovale running obliquely for- 
vpard and to the left, slight sclerosis of the aorta with considerable 
involvement of the coronary orifices. 

Limgs: L. 340 gms., R. 450 gms. Firm adhesions of the posterior 
surface of the apex of the right lung and of the anterior margin of 
the left lovper lobe to the pericardium, and of the base to the dia- 
pharagm and whole posterior surface of the upper lobe. A few 
calcareous nodules in the apex of the left upper lobe and a small 
cicatricial scar of the apex of the left lower lobe. Oedema and en- 
gorgement most marked on the right side and some emphysema. 

Liver: Wt. 1,275 gms. Engorged. ' 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 130 gms., R. 130 gms. Engorged. 

Uterus small interstitial fibroid of posterior wall and chronic endo- 
metritis. 
83. Female, age 41 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 7% 
years. Cause of death, carcinoma of the uterus. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,200 gms. Numerous osseous outgrowths from small- 
shot to 1 cm. in diameter on the inner surface of the frontal, parie- 
tal anl petrous portion of the temporal bones. Slight increase of 
subdural and subarachnoidean fluid, slight thickening of the 
aracbnopia mater. 

Heart: Wt. 180 gms. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 160 gms., R. 355 gms. Firm fibrous bandlike pleuritic 
adhesions posteriorly and at the base on both sides; Slight hypos- 
tasis of the right lung. 

Liver: Wt. 1,040 gms. Small cancerous nodule on the dorsal surface 
of the right lobe 1 cm. in diameter. One calcalus 1 cm. diameter 
in the gall-bladder. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 160 gms., R. 80 gms. Left enlarged, hyponephrosis 
of right side, ureter distended by growth. Uterus enlarged carcino- 
matous mass involving walls and aU pelvic structures and sec- 
ondary involvement of the retroperitoneal glands most marked in 
the right side up to the under surface of the diaphragm. Axillary 
and mesentery glands also affected with secondary deposits. 
87. Female, age 44 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, dV^ 
months. Cause of death status epilepticus. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain surface was dry, convolutions appeared flattened and swollen, 
general consistency was lessened, moderate atheromas of the blood 
vessels. 



Ileal t: Wt. ol.j gins. Considerable epicardial fat, moderate sclerotic 
changes in the mitral and aortic valves and slight changes in walls 
of arteries particnlarly at parts where branches are given oft". 

Lungs: Wt. L. 400 gms.. R. 430 gms. Firm adhesions of the lower 
portions of the upper lobe on the left side and of the general pleural 
cavity on the right side with a dense cartilaginous cicatrix infil- 
trated with calcareous matter near the outer side of the base of the 
lower lobe. Moderate oedema with localized pneumonic areas, also 
slight emphysema. 

Laparotomy cicatrix in the median line of the abdomen with adhe- 
sions of the omentum to the line of incision. Firm adhesion of the 
omentum to the pelvic bones and to the upper border and posterior 
surface of the uterus to numerous coils of the small intestine. Ad- 
hesions between the liver and diaphragm and spleen and dia- 
phragm. 

Liver: Wt. 1,4^0 gms. Perihepatitis and engorgement. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 140 gms., B. 142 gms. Engorged. 

Absence of ovaries and fallopian tubes (operative). 

General enlargement of the mesenteric glands, some being softened 
somewhat caseous. 
92. Male, age 37 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 2 years. 
Cause of death, croupous pneumonia. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,370 gms. Slight increase of cerebro spinal fluid. 

Heart: Wt. 330 gms. Slight sclerosis of the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 325 gms., R. 1,810 gms. Few firm adhesions at the 
left base, adhesions throughout the right side. Left slightly 
oedematous. Right extensive fibrinous exudate on the surface, 
diffuse dense consolidation of the whole right lung. 

Liver: Wt. 2,030 gms. Cloudy swelling. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 260 gms., R. 250 gms. Chronic parenchymatous 
nephritis 
D6. Female, age 43 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 10% 
years. Cause of death, status epilepticus. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,215 gms. Skull thickened, bones hard and dense. 
Dura slightly adherent over the vertex. Considerable increase of 
STlbarachnoidean fluid, thickening and opacity of the arachnopia 
mater at the site of the blood vessels. Marked depression and 
atrophy of the superior frontal convolution of the left side. A few 
granulations on the floor of the fourth ventricle. 

Heart: Wt. 270 gms. Considerable epicardial fat, slight sclerosis of 
the mitral valves and of the aorta around the orifices of the cor- 
onary arteries. Fatty infiltration of the muscular walls. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 300 gms., R. 470 gms. Few firm fibrous adhesions 
at the posterior surface of the left upper lobe and of the lower 
left lobe to the diaphragm and pericardium, on the right side sim- 
ilar adhesions of the anterior surface of the upper lobe and pos- 
terior surface of the lower lobe. Lobular areas of consolidation of 



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the whole right lung most prominent in the lower and middle lobes. 
Moderate oedema of the remainder. 

Liver: Wt. 1,370 gms. Adhesions of the left lobe to the diaphragm, 
perihepatitis. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 150 gms., R. 150 gms. Congested, moderate hydro- 
nephrosis of the right, dilation and distension of the right ureter. 

Spleen: Wt. 190 gms. Malphigian bodies swollen and prominent. 

Uterus has numerous peritoneal adhesions, both fallopian tubes di- 
lated and distended with a pale transparent fluid, adherent to the 
adjoining structures, cyst of both ovaries, that on left side size of 
hen egg, that on right side size of duck egg and extends between 
the layers ot broad ligament pressing upon the right ureter. 

Enlargement of inguinal glands on both sides, left leg much en- 
larged due to chronic lymphangeitis. 
100. Female, age 26 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 12 
years. Cause of death, status epilepticus. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,210 grns. Bones thick, dense and heavy. Consider- 
able subdural and subarachnoidean fluid. Slight atrophy of the 
cerbral convolutions with widening of the flssures and sulci. 

Heart: Wt. 225 gms. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 160 gms., R. 200 gms. Firm bandlike adhesions over 
the posterior and anterior surface of both lungs. 

Liver: Wt. 940 gms. Considerably engorged. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 130 gms., R. 120 gms. Moderate chronic nephritis. 
Two uterine fibroids, one subserous, one intermuscular, of the ante- 
rior wall, each 1.5 cm. diameter. 
104. Male, age 30 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 3 
years. Cause of death, status epilepticus. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,620 gms. Slight increase of subdural and subarach- 
noidean fluid, some opacity and thickening of the arachnopia 
mater. 

Heart: Slight sclerosis of aorta and coronary arteries. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 375 gms., R. 390 gms. Slight oedema of both lungs. 

Liver: Wt. 1,600 gms. Engorged. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 190 gms., R. 205 gms. Chronic parenchymatous 
nephritis. 
115. Male, age 31 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 3% 
years. Cause of death, asphyxia. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,555 gms. Slight increase of subdural and subarach- 
noidean fluid, slight degree of opacity of the arachnopia mater 
along the course of the blood vessels. 

Heart: Wt. 350 gms. Very slight sclerosis of the aorta and cor- 
onary arteries. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 680 gms., R. 785 gms. Firm fibrous adhesions over 
the upper and middle lobes on the right side. Extensive oedema of 
both lungs. 

Liver: Wt. 1,840 gms. Considerably engorged. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 180 gms., R. 180 gms. Engorgement. 



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122. Male, age 42 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis not 
given. Cause of death, hypostatic pneumonia (convulsions). 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,100 gms. Moderately lirm couueetiou l)el\vecMi the 
dura and arachnopia mater over the vertex on each side of the 
sup. longitudinal sinus, the latter being torn off on removal of dura. 
Moderate increase of subdural and subarachnoidean fluid. Diffuse 
thickening and opacity of the arachnopia mater showing most 
distinctly over the large sulci and fissures. Moderately firm adhe- 
sions to the margin of the greater wing of the sphenoid bone on 
both sides. Some general atrophy of the brain substance aud 
widening of the fissures and sulci. 

Heart: Wt. 270 gms. Fatty infiltration gf muscular walls, exten- 
sive arterio sclerosis of the aorta with considerable atheromatous 
degeneration. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 575 gms., R. 600 gms. Firm bandlilie adhesions at 
the posterior and outer surface of the apex of the left upper lobe 
aud irregularly and diffusely scattered over the whole right pleura. 
Hypostatic pneumonia involving the posterior portion of the lower 
left lobes and of the lower lobe and posterior portion of the upper 
and middle right lobe. 

Liver: Wt. 1,550 gms. Chronic perihepatitis with adhesions to the 
diaphragm. Moderate degree of cirrhosis. 

Large intestine and the lower portion of the small intestine contain 
an enormous number of oxyures vermiculares. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 140 gms., R. 110 gms. Slight arterio sclerotic 
nephritis. 
125. Male, age 24 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, not 
given. Cause of death, pulmonary oedema (asphyxia). 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,410 gms. Skull bones rather soft, slight dural adhe- 
sion to the frontal bones. Moderate firm adhesions to the arachno- 
pia mater over the right superior frontal and upper portion of the 
ascending frontal and parietal convolution. Diffuse thickening and 
opacity of the arachnopia mater along the course of the blood 
vessels, and over the large fissures. 

Heart: Wt. 310 gms. Few small patches of atheromatous degenera- 
tion of the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 480 gms., R. 600 gms. Few bandlike pleuritic adhe- 
sions over the anterior surface of the upper lobes on both sides. 
Oedema of both lungs. Caseous nodule in the apex of the left 
lower lobe 1.5 diameter; also an irregular nodule with some cica- 
tricial contraction of the apex of the right upper lobe. 

Liver: Wt. 1,410 gms. Moderate fatty condition and engorgement. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 140 gms., R. 150 gms. Engorgement. 

Spleen: Wt. 270 gms. 

Slight enlargement of the mesenteric glands. 

Thymus gland enlarged so that it is about the size of the two 
adrenals. 
128. Female, age 29 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, not 
given. Cause of death, asphyxia (convulsion). 



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Pathological Report: 
Braiu: Wt. 1,250 gms. Slight diiral adhesiou to the skull over the 

vertex, moderate increase of subdural and subarachnoidean fluid. 

Thickening and opacity of the arachnopia mater manifest in the 

larger fissures. 
Heart: Wt. 250 gms. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 350 gms., R. 380 gms. Slight oedema of both lungs. 
Liver: Wt. 1,090 gms. Engorgement. 
Kidneys: Wt. L. 90 gms., R. 110 gms. Engorgement. 
Spleen: Wt. 160 gms. Engorgement. 
Thj'mus about the size of an adrenal. 
Several small cysts in the left parovarium. 
Marked antiflexion of the uterus. A nabothian cyst in the cervix, 

2 cm. in diameter. 

ACUTE CONFUSIONAi INSANITY. 

91. Female, age 67 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 3 
mouths. Cause of death, pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,255 gms. Dura much thickened over the sylvian 
fissure, great increase of subarachnoidean and subdural fluid. 
Diffuse thickening and opacity of the arachnopia mater, increased 
spinal fluid. 

Heart: Wt. 230 gms. Moderate degree of arterio sclerotic changes 
in the walls of the arteries. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 195 gms., R. 325 gms. Nodular involvement of the 
apices of both left lobes, some being caseous others infiltrated 
with calcareous matter, a few are fibroid. Right similar, but more 
extensive. Bronchial glands caseous. 

Liver: Wt. 950 gms. Nutmeg appearance. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 110. gms., R. 110 gms. Subacute pyonephritis 
ureteritis and cystitis. 

Small ovarian and parovarian cyst of the right side. 

Multiple fibroids of the uterus, largest, about the size of a hen egg, 
all varieties. 
95. Female, age 24 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 6 
weeks. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,180 gms. Slight adhesions of the dura to the skull 
over the vertex of the posterior part of the frontal and anterior 
part of the parietal lobes. Slight increase of subdural fluid, opac- 
ity and thickening of the arachnopia mater along the sup. longi- 
tudinal sinus and velum interpositum. Convolutions swollen and 
flattened by pressure. Slight increase of spinal fluid. 

Heart: Wt. 220 gms. Muscle soft and flabby, right side dilated and 
distended with blood. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 200 gms., R. 850 gms. Firm fibrous b,andlike adhe- 
sions of the anterior surface of the upper lobe, few recent adhe- 
sions at the posterior surface of the base of the right lower lobe. 

Several calcareous nodules in the apex of the left upper lobe, whole 



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right lung except the anterior margin of the lower lobe, the middle 
lobe and the anterior margin and apex of the upper lobe in a con- 
dition of gray hepatization. 

Liver: Wt. 1,100 gms. Cloudy swelling. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 120 gms., R. 130 gms. Cloudy. 

Left ovary shoM^s a grafian follicle just about to rupture. 

Spleen: Wt. 100 gms. Malpighian bodies swollen. 
86. Male, age 46 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 25 
months. Cause of death, hypostatic pneumonia. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,200 gms. Bones of sliuU cancellous, dura adherent 
over the frontal and parietal bones, thickened, great increase of 
subdural and subarachnoidean fluid. Arachnopia mater thickened 
and opaque, adherent to the dura over the frontal and parietal 
lobes, slightly adherent to the brain substance. Marked atrophy 
of all the convolutions and increase of consistency, widening of 
all the fissures and sulci. Granulations of the floor of the fourth 
ventricle prominent. Increase of spinal fluid. 

Heart: Wt. 450 gms. General hypertrophy, slight sclerosis of the 
aorta and the aortic valves. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 350 gms., R. 500 gms. Hypostatic pneumonia. 

Liver: Wt. 1,300 gms., somewhat fatty appearance. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 195 gms., R. 170 gms. Chronic parenchymatous 
nephritis. 

Spleen: Wt. 70 gms. Small and firm. 

Pelvic peritonitis with localized collection of seropurulent exudate 
and urine, ulcer of the posterior wall of the bladder with perfora- 
tion 3-2 cm. in size, inflammatory origin. Subacute cystitis. 
89. Male, age 55 yeaps. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 3 years. 
Cause of death, pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,280 gms. Adhesion of the dura to the arachnopia 
mater over the parietal lobes. Marked increase of the subdural 
and subarachnoidean fluid. Extensive thickening and opacity of 
the arachnopia mater, general atrophy of the brain substance, 
wirteiiing of the fissures and sulci, consistency firmer, thickening 
and granular appearance of the walls, of the lateral and fourth 
ventricles. Sclerotic changes in walls of blood vessels. Increased 
spinal fluid, posterior columns ai-e gi-ay and sclerotic. 

Heart: Wt. 220 gms. Slight sclerosis of the mitral and aortic 
valves, chronic myocarditis. Slight sclerosis. 

Lungs: Firm fibrous adhesions diffusely spread throughout both 
pleural cavities. Wt. L. 815 gms.. R. 800 gms. Diffuse tubercular 
consolidation with various sized areas of caseation. Hypen>lastic 
and caseation of the bronchial glands. 

Liver: Wt. 1,315 gms. SomeAvhat nutmeg in appearance. 2 enlfuli 
2 em. in diameter in the gall bladder. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 130 gms., R. 150 gms. Chronic nephritis. 

Spleen: Wt. 240 gms. Splenic artery dilated to the si/.e of lin.^ci-. 
is very tortuous and its walls extensively atheromalous uml c-il- 
careous, 



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110. Female, age 43 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 2% 

years. Cause of death, hypostatic pneumonia. 
Pathological Report: 

Bruin: Wt. 880 gms. Marked increase of subdural and subarach- 
noidean fluid, moderate thickness and opacity of the arachnopia 
mater, general atrophy of the brain, widening of the fissures and 
sulci. Brain substance increased in consistency, numerous cysts 
of the choroid plexus, numerous granulations on the floor of the 
fourth ventricle. Excess of spinal fluid. 

Heart: Wt. 175 gms. Patches of sclerosis in the haitral valves, in 
the aorta, and coronary arteries. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 310 gms., R. 260 gms. Few firm adhesions at the 
base of the right lower lobe, moderate hypostatic pneurhonia of 
posterior portion of both lungs involving mostly the lower lobes. 

Liver: Wt. 1,345 gms. Several cicatricial scars in the convex sur- 
face, perihepatitis. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 115 gms., R. 100 gms. Chronic nephritis. 

Left ovary cystic, right ovary and both fallopian tubes absent. 
(Operation.) 

111. Male, age 53 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 22 

years. Cause of death, paretic convulsion^. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,3.50 gms. Bones of the skull very thin. Dura mod- 
erately adherent and thickened, subdural and subarachnoidean 
fluid greatly increased. Diffuse thickening and opacity of arachno- 
pia mater, general atrophy of the brain, widening of the fissures 
and sulci, extensive atheroma of the blood vessels. Cord not re- 
moved. 

Heart: Wt. 460 gms. hypertrophy, moderate atheromatous degener- 
ation of all the large arteries. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 880 gms., R. 1,240 gms. 

Liver: Wt. 1,900 gms. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 190 gms.. R. 190 gms. 

(Body embalmed previous to autopsy.) 
127. Male, age 36 years. Third admission. Duration of psychosis, third. 
3 years 3 months. Cause of death, paretic convulsions. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,350 gms. Bones of the skull rather firm; great in- 
crease of subdural and subarachnoidean fluid, extensive diffuse 
thicKening and opacity of the arachnopia mater, general atrophy 
of the brain substance, widening of the Assures and siilci. 

Heart: Wt. 2.50 gms. Slight sclerosis of the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 230 gms., R. 250 gms. 

Liver: Wt. 1,350 gms. Chronic perihepatitis with Ijandlike adhe- 
sions to the diaphragm. 

Colon: Transverse portion curved downward forming U-shaped con- 
vexity midway between the umbilicus and pubes. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 135 gms., R. 125 gms. Areas of acute nei)hritis 
engrafted upon a chronic condition. 



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Large gangrenous slough and ulcerating surface over the left great 
trochanter with several smaller ones over the right trochanter and 
sacrum. 

SENILE DEMENTIA. 

105. Female, age S3 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 414 

years. Cause of death, peritonitis (acute). 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 975 gms. Bones of the skull soft and cancellous, ex- 
tensive dural adhesions over the frontal lobes, great increase of 
subdural and subarachnoidean fluid. Blood vessels are marl^edly 
atheromatous and calcareous. General atrophy of the cere1)ral 
convolutions, v\'idening of the fissures and sulci, brain substance 
firmer in consistency, few sandy particles in the choroid plexus, 
increase of spinal fluid. 

Heart: Wt. 300 gms. Large quantity of epicardial fat marked 
thickening of the mitral valves with extensive calcareous infiltra- 
tion at the bases. Extensive involvement of the aortic valves, 
extensive interstitial myocarditis. Extensive atheromatous do- 
generation and calcareous infiltration of the aorta with numerous 
seats of ulceration. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 265 gms., R. 230 gms. Firm adhesions at the base 
of the upper lobe and apex of the lower lobe on the right side. 
A few calcareous nodules and some cicatrix on the right apex, 
moderate degree of emphysema. 

Liver: Wt. 1,055 gms.; rather soft. 

Intestine distended with gas, peritoneal coats congested. Walls 
somewhat swollen, more or less congestion of mucous coats. 

Stomach small, fibroid nodule 1 cm. diameter in the anterior wall 
near the greater curvature. Slightly infiltrated with calcareous 
matter and is tubercular in nataire. Peritoneal cavity contains 
about 100 cc. yellowish, slightly turbid fluid. Peritoneum and 
omentum cavity congested. The omentum and hepatic flexure of 
the colon being adherent to the right of the fissures of the gali 
bladder. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 90 gms., R. 100 gms. Chronic diffuse nephritis. 

Moderate enlargement of the mesenteric and bronchial glands. 

106. Female, age 78 years. Second admission (first, 15 years before pres- 

ent admission). Duration of psychosis, 25 months. Cause of 

death, entero colitis and pulmonary oedema. 
Pathological Report: 
Brain: Wt. 1,260 gms. Diffuse rather dense dural adhesions to the 
bones. Calcareous infiltration in the walls of the anterior portion 
of the longitudinal sinus. Excess of subdural and subarachnoideau 
fiuid. Diffuse thickening of the arachnopia mater. Extensive 
atheroma and calcareous infiltration of the blood vessels. General 
atrophy of the convolutions, widening of the fissures and sulci. 
Increased consistency of the brain substance. Dilatation of the 
lateral ventricles, numerous small cysts of the choroid plexus. In- 
crease of spinal fluid. 



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Heart: Wt. 380 gms., 25 cc. pei'icarclial fluid, large quantity of 
epicardial fat, atheromatous and calcareous degeneration of the 
coronary blood vessels. Slight sclerosis of the aortic valves. Mod- 
erate interstitial myocarditis. Extensive atheromatous and cal- 
careous degeneration of the blood vessels. Dilatation of the ascend- 
ing portion of the arch of the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 340 gms., R. 450 gms. Firm fibrous adhesions at the 
apex of the upper lobe and of the anterior margin of the lower 
lobe to the pericardium on the left side. 350 cc. of serous fluid in 
the left pleural cavity, 400 cc. in the right. Apex of the upper 
lobe has a number of tubercular nodules more or less caseous and 
the apex of the lower lobe a small mass of pneumonic consolida- 
tion with more or less oedema of the whole lobe on the right 
side. A similar condition on the right side except no pneumonic 
mass like in the apex of the lower left lobe. 

Liver: Wt. 1,200 gms. Perihepatitis with passive congestion. 

Intestine: Walls of the large bowel thickened and a chronic inflam- 
matory condition of the mucus membrane. Somewhat similar con- 
dition of the lower portion of the small intestine. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 150 gms., R. 180 gms. Chronic diffuse nephritis. 

Bronchial glands enlarged, some being caseous. 

All the bones of the body in a condition of fragilitas ossium. 
108. Female, age 74 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 7 
months. Cause of death, chronic dysentery. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,060 gms. Frontal sinuses very extensive. Dural ad- 
hesions moderately extensive over the frontal lobes. Dura very 
much thickened, considerable subdural arid subai'achnoidean fluid, 
diffuse thickening and opacity of the arachnopia mater, general 
atrophy of the whole brain, widening of the Assures and sulci. 
Dilatation and distention of the lateral and third ventricle. Sand- 
like particles in the choroid plexus of the lateral ventricles, arteries 
extensively atheromatous, left vertebral artery very small. Excess 
of spinal fluid. 

Heart: Wt. 225 gms. Large amount of epicardial fat. Rather 
extensive sclerosis of the mitral and aortic valves with consider- 
able calcareous infiltration in the latter. Chronic interstial myo- 
carditis. Extensive atheromatous and calcareous involvement of 
the aorta and the coronary arteries, the orifice of the right coronary 
artery being almost occluded, numerous atheromatous ulcers of 
the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 210 gms., R. 380 gms. Small quantity of serous fluid 
in both pleural cavities, slight hypostatic congestion of both lower 
lobes posteriorly. 

Liver: Wt. 780 gms. Nutmeg appearance. 

Intestine: Walls of the colon thickened by chronic inflammation, 
numerous dysenteric ulcers scattered along its mucous surface, 
most extensive in the region of the sigmoid flexure. The trans- 
verse colon forms a U shape with the convexity downward lying at 
a level of the anterior superior spine of the ilium. 

Kidneys: Wt L. 150 gms., R. 135 gms. Chronic nephritis. 



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Thyroid gland moderately enlarged, somewhat cystic, with a cal- 
careous mass 2 cm. diameter in the substance of the right lobe. 

General enlargement of the mesenteric and bronchial glands. 
112. Female, age 79 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 1 
year. Cause of death, lobar pneumonia. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,040 gms. Cancellous condition of the bones of tDe 
sliull, diffuse moderate adhesions of the dura to the bones. Dura 
thickened, mariied increase of subdural and subarachnoidean fluids. 
General thickening and opacity of the pia arachnoid. Considerable 
atrophy of the brain, widening of the fissures and sulci. Extensive 
atheromatous and calcereous involvement of the blood vessels. 

Heart: Wt. 200 gms. Chronic myocarditis, patches of atheromatous 
deposit in the mitral and aortic valves with calcareous infiltration 
of the latter. Extensive atheromatous and calcareous involvement 
of the arteries including the coronary vessels. Numerous athero- 
matous ulcers of the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 300 gms., R. 1,080 gms. Recent plastic adhesions on 
the posterior and external surface, left lung moderately oedema- 
tous, right lung covered with a fibrinous exudate. The whole lung 
except the anterior margin in a condition of pneumonic consolida- 
tion, red hepatization with gray. 

I.fiver: Wt. 950 gms. Moderate thickening of the capsule, softened 
consistency. 

Stomach. Occupies a vertical position, lower border lying in the left 
iliac fossae at a level of the midpoint between the pubes and um- 
bilicus, sharply curved near the pylorus. Pylorus lying just above 
umbilicus. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 80 gms., R. TO gms. Chronic interstitial nephritis. 

Spleen: Wt. 55 gms. Chronic splenitis. 

General enlargement of the mesenteric and retroperitoneal and bron- 
chial glands, some of the latter having more or less calcareous in 
filtration. 
119. Feoiale, age 62 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 1% 
years. Cause of death, acute colitis. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,110 gms. Slight dural adhesions over the vertex, dura 
thickened, slight increase of subdural and considerable increase of 
subarachnoidean fluid. Extensvie and diffuse thickening and 

• opacity of the arachuopia mater. Blood vessels extensively athe- 
romatous and calcareous. General atrophy. 

Heart: Wt. 275 gms. Considerable amount of epicardial fat, athe- 
romatous plaques in the mitral and aortic valves, extensive athe- 
romatous and calcareous involvement of the arteries, including the 
coronary vessels 

Lungs: Wt. L. 320 gms., R. 565 gms. Firm adhesions of the an- 
terior portion of the right pleura to the posterior surface of the 
second portion of the sternum and tlic right side of Ihe peri- 
cardium. Hypostatic pneumonia involving the posterior portion 
9f the left lower lobe and the greater portion of the whole right 
lung, moderate degree of marginal emphysema of both lungs. 



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Liver: Wt. 910 gms. Some perihepatitic thickening, moderate fatty- 
degeneration. 

Colon: Acute colitis involving the descending and sigmoid flexure 
most extensively. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 80 gms., R. 75 gms. Arterio sclerotic nephritis. 

Spleen: Wt. 55 gms. Chronic splenitis. 
126. Male, age 76 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 2 
years. Cause of death, pulmonary oedema and pneumonia. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,320 gms. Dural adhesions along the sup. longitudinal 
sinus, moderate increase of subdural fluid, whitish organized exu- 
date in the arachnopia mater along the course of the large blood- 
vessels. Sclerotic condition of the blood vessels. Convolutions 
somewhat flattened, consistency firm, lateral ventricles dilated and 
distended with fluid most marked in the descending horn. Cord not 
removed. 

Heart: Wt. 470 gms. Extensive hypertrophy. Obliteration of the 
pericardial cavity by firm adhesions, slight thickening of the bases 
of the aortic valves. Extensive atheromatous and calcareous de- 
generation of all the arteries involving the coronary vessels. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 470 gms., R. 531 gms. Both pleural cavities almost 
completely obliterated by flrm adhesions. Pneumonic condition 
of the greater portion of the left lower lobe and oedema of the 
greater portion of the remainder of the left lung and the whole 
right lung. 

Liver: Wt. 1,300 gms. Chronic perihepatitis with adhesions to the 
diaphragm and to the transverse colon, some cirrhosis. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 160 gms., R. 150 gms. Chronic nephritis. 

Recent amputation stump of the right second toe the result of gan- 
grene. 

ORGANIC DEMENTIA. 

94. Female, age 55 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 4% 
years. Cause of death, tumor of the brain involving the left optic 
thalamus (sarcoma). 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,250 gms. Bones of the skull thick and heavy. Con- 
volutions flattened, swollen, lateral ventricles somewhat dilated, 
left filled with fiuid. A rather firm mass reddish gray in color 
occupying the posterior part of the left optic thalamus involving the 
adjoining portion of the occipital lobe and the posterior portion 
of the fornix and corpus collosum and the mesial surface of the 
right optic thalamus. In the floor of the left ventricle is an 
ulcerated area 2y5 cm. several mm. deep and covered with a grayish 
slough. ■ Few small cysts in the choroid plexus of both sides. 

Heart: Wt. 300 gms. Muscle rather soft, slight atheromatous de- 
posit in the posterior mitral cup. Extensive atheromatous involve- 
ment of the large arteries. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 275 gms., R. 300 gms. 

Liver; Wt. 1,520 gms. Moderate fatty degeneration. 



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Kidneys: Wt. L. 170 gms., R. 170 gms. Slight diffuse nephritis. 
Small uterine fibroid 1 cm. in diameter in the left broad ligament. 

116. Male, age 42 years. First admission. Duration of psychosis, 2 

weeks. Cause of death, tumor of the brain (syphilitic). 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,880 gms. Dura firmly adherent to the underlying 
\ arachnopia mater over the anterior surface of the left frontal lobe. 

Extensive svpelling of the convolutions with marked flattening of 
their surfaces. No subdural or subarachnoidean fluid. Extensive 
thickening of the arachnopia mater over the anterior surface of the 
lefl frontal lobe over an area of 4 cm. in diameter and is firmly ad- 
herent to an underlying nodular mass partly involving and partly 
pushing inward the adjacent brain substance about 2 cm. in thick- 
ness at its central part. Involving the lower part of the ascending 
frontal, ascending parietal and adjoining convolutions of the in- 
ferior parietal lobes of the right side is a similar mass about the 
same in size and appearance as the above. Another mass is situ- 
ated in the posterior portion of the left optic thalamus about 2 
cm. in diameter. The spinal cord is softened, gray matter rather 
pinkish in color and outline is indistinct. 

Heart: Wt. 380 gms. Excess of epicardial fat, moderate fatty in- 
filtration of the muscular walls. Moderate atheromatous degenera- 
tion of the aorta. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 610 gms., R. 670 gms. Firm adhesions over the 
upper and middle lobes in the right side. Hypostatic pneumonia 
of the posterior portion of both lungs. 

Liver: Wt. 1,850 gms., rather fatty. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 160 gms., R. 200 gms. Chronic parenchymatous 
nephritis. 

TERMINAL DEMENTIA. 

117. Male, age 39 years. Second admission. Duration of psychosis of 

first admission, 6Vi> years. Duration of second not given. Cause 
of death, pulmonary tuberculosis. 
Pathological Report: 

Brain: Wt. 1,380 gms. Considerable increase of subdural and sub- 
arachnoidean fluid, diffuse thickening and opacity of the arach- 
nopia mater. General atrophy of the brain substance, widening of 
the fissures and sulci, increase of spinal fluid, posterior columns 
of the cord gray and sclerotic, most extensive in the lumbar and 
sacral region of the cord. 

Heart: Wt. 250 gms. Situated in the median line due to pressure 
from a collection of fluid in the left pleural cavity. Pew small athe 
romatous patches in the aorta and coronary vessels. 

Lungs: Wt. L. 1,400 gms., R. 590 gms. Left with attached pleura 
and pleural contents. Left pleura much thickened, filled with 
creamy fluid containing many fibrinous masses, whole forming a 
thickness of 5 cm. The lung is collapsed and airless. Numerous 
localized areas of caseation. Right side has a few firm adhesions 
over the anterior surface of the upper lobe. Nodular involvement 



44 

of the apeces of the uppex* and middle lobe, some of the nodules 
being caseous. More or less oedema of the remainder of the lung. 
Bronchial glands enlarged and caseous. 

Liver: Wt. 2,850 gms. Advanced amyloid deposit. 

Kidneys: Wt. L. 250 gms., R. 240 gms. Advanced amyloid deposit. 

Spleen: Wt. 250 gms. Advanced amyloid deposit. 

SUMMARY. 

Cranial bone changes: 

Dense, firm and heavy in one case of acute melancholia, two of epi- 
leptic insanity and one of organic dementia. 
Merely increased in density in one case of chronic melancholia, one of 

epileptic insanity and one of general paresis. 
Cancf'Uous and thick in one case of acute mania, one of chronic mania 

and one of epileptic insanity. 
Soft and cancellous in one case of acute mania, one of epileptic in- 
sanity, one of general paresis and two of senile dementia. 
Thin and hard in a case of general paresis. 
Thin and soft in a case of chronic mania. 
Bony outgrowth in a case of epileptic insanity and a case of acute 

mania. 
Frontal sinus extremely large in a case of senile dementia. 
Meningeal thickening and opacity: 

Thirteen cases of acute melancholia, five of chronic melancholia, five 
of acute mania, nine of chronic mania, seven of epileptic insanity, 
two of confusional insanity, five of general paresis, seven of senile 
dementia, four of organic and one of terminal dementia. 
Calcareous infiltration in the walls of the sup. longitudinal sinus and 
bony outgrowths in — 
One case of chronic melancholia, one acute mania, one epileptic in- 
sanity and one in senile dementia. 
Increase of cerebro-spinal fluid in three cases of acute melancholia, five 
of chronic melancholia, five of acute mania, eleven of chronic mania, 
nine of epileptic insanity, two of confusional insanity, five of general 
paresis, six of senile dementia, one of organic dementia and one of 
terminal dementia. 
Hemorrhagic meningitis or hemorrhage on the surface in a case of acute 

mania, two of chronic mania and one of epileptic insanity. 
Disease of the cerebral blood vessels: 

Atheromatous or calcareous degeneration or both existed in one case 
of chronic melancholia, one of acute mania, five of chronic mania, 
two of epileptic insanitj', three of general paresis and six of senile 
dementia. 
Cysts of the choroid plexus existed in three cases of chronic melancholia, 
one of acute mania, one of chronic mania, three of senile dementia, 
one of epileptic insanity and one of organic dementia. 
Granulation of the ependyma of the fourth ventricle existed in a case of 
acute mania, one of chronic mania, one of epileptic insanity and three 
of general paresis, 



45 

Oedema ot' the brain existed in two cases oi' acute melauclioliu, one of 
acu^^e mania, two of epileptic insanity, one ot acute coufiisional in- 
sanity and two of organic dementia. 

Atrophy of the brain existed in one case of acute melancholia, three of 
chronic melancholia, eight of chronic mania, one of epileptic insanity, 
four of general paresis, five of senile dementia and one of terminal 
dementia. 

Spinal cord: 

Sclerosis of posterior columns in one case of G. P., one of terminal 
dementia. Acute myelitis in one of chronic mania. Softened and 
swollen in one case of organic dementia (syphilitic tumor of brain). 

Cardiac hypertrophy existed in one case of acute melancholia, one of 
chronic melancholia, five of chronic mania, three of epileptic insanity, 
one of general paresis, two of senile and one of organic dementia. 

"Valvular disease existed in one case of acute melancholia, three of chronic 
melancholia, four of acute mania, seven of chronic mania, three of 
epileptic insanity, tlu'ee of general paresis, six of senile dementia and 
one of organic dementia: 

Interstitial myocarditis existed in one case of acute mania, three of 
chronic mania, one of general paresis and two of senile dementia. 

Pericardia) disease was present in one case of chronic melancholia with 
' effusion, obliteration by adhesion in one case of acute mania and one 
case of senile dementia. 

Disease of the blood vessels existed in three cases of acute melancholia, 
four of chronic melancholia, six of acute mania, eleven of chronic 
mania, eight of epileptic insanity, one of acute confusional insanity, 
five of general paresis, six of senile dementia, two of organic and one 
of terminal dementia. 

Pleuritic adhesions existed in three cases of acute melancholia, five of 
chronic melanchoha, five of acute mania, twelve of chronic mania, 
nine of epileptic insanity, two of acute confusional insanity, two of 
genera] paresis, five of senile dementia, both sides thirty-three cases, 
one side ten cases. 

Pleuritic fluid was present in one case of chronic melancholia, two cases 
of chronic mania and one of senile dementia. 

Empyema existed in one case of chronic melancholia and one of terminal 
dementia. 

Lobar pneumonia was present in five cases, one each of chronic mania, 
epileptic insanity and acute confusional insanity and two of senile 
dementia; right lower lobe affected four times, left lower once. 

Lobular pneumonia was present in eight cases, one of acute melancholia, 
three of acute mania, two of chronic mania, tv/o of epileptic insanity. 

Hypostatic pneumonia existed in nine cases; in one case of acute mania, 
one of chronic mania, two of epileptic insanity, two of general paresis, 
two of senile dementia and one of organic dementia. 

Pulmonary oedema existed in sixteen cases; in two of acute melancholia, 
two of chronic melancholia, one of acute mania, two of chronic mania, 
seven of epileptic insanity and two of senile dementia. 

Active pulmonary tuberculosis existed in thirteen cases; in three of 
chronic melancholia, two of acute mania, four of chronic mania, one 



46 

of acute confusional insanity, one of general paresis, one of senile 
and one of terminal dementia. 

Quiescent pulmonarj' tuberculosis in eight cases; in one of acute melan- 
cholia, three of chronic mania, three of epileptic insanity and one of 
senile dementia. 

Acute peritoneal inflammation existed in two cases of chronic mania, one 
of general paresis and one of senile dementia. 

Acute disease of the liver was present in one case of acute melancholia, 
one of acute mania, tAvo of chronic mania, one of epileptic insanity 
and one of acute confusional insanity. 

Chronic disease of the liver existed in one case of acute melancholia, four 
of chronic mealncholia, three of acute mania, two of chronic mania, 
three of epileptic insanity, three of general paresis, five of senile de- 
mentia, two of organic dementia and one of terminal dementia. 

Gall stones in two cases of chronic melancholia, one of acute mania, four 
of chronic mania, one of epileptic insanity and one of general paresis. 

Gall bladder contracted to a cicatricial mass in a case of chronic mania. 

Engorgement of the liver existed in two acute cases of melancholia, two 
of acute mania, one of chronic mania and three of epileptic insanity. 

Renal engorgement existed in two cases of acute melancholia, one of 
acute mania and five of epileptic insanity. 

Renal inflammation in some form existed in two cases of acute melan- 
cholia, four of chronic melancholia, five of acute mania, twelve of 
chronic mania, seven of epileptic insanity, two of acute confusional 
insanity, four of general paresis, six of senile dementia, two of or- 
ganic dementia and one of terminal dementia (forty-five out of fifty- 
five). 

Cystitis was present in one case of chronic mania, one of acute con- 
fusional insanity and one of general paresis. 

Splenic tuberculosis in two cases of chronic melancholia and two of 
chronic mania. 

Chronic splenitis and perisplenitis existed in one case of chronic melan- 
cholia, one of acute mania, one of chronic mania, one of general pare- 
sis, two of senile dementia and one of terminal dementia. 

Adrenals had tubercular involvement in two cases of chronic melancholia 
and secondary carcinoma in that of breast in a chronic mania. 

Pancreas was involved with hemorrhagic pancreatitis in a case of chronic 
mania. 

The small intestines were involved and tubercular in two cases of chronic 
melancholia and one of chronic mania; they were involved with acute 
phlegmonous inflammation following acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis 
In a case of chronic mania and with subacute inflammation in a case 
of senile dementia. 

The large intestine had tubercular ulceration in a case of chronic melan- 
cholia and one or chronic mania. Dysentery ulceration in a case of 
chronic mania, and two of senile dementia. Chrofiic colitis in one case 
of chronic mania and two of senile dementia. Contained oxyurus 
vermicularis in one case of epileptic insanity. 

The thyroid gland was enlarged in six cases; in one of acute melancholia, 
one of acute mania, three of chronic mania and two of senile dementia. 

The uterus, ovaxies and tubes were affected in fifteen cases; in one of 



4'^ 

chronic melancholia, two of acute mania, three of chronic mania, six 

of epileptic insanity, one of acute confusional insanity, one of general 

paresis and one of organic dementia. 
The thyroid gland was enlarged in six cases; in one of acute melancholia, 

three of chronic mania and one of senile dementia. 
The thymus gland was enlarged in two cases of epileptic insanity. 
Malignant diseases was present in five cases; in one of acute mania, one 

of chronic mania, one of epileptic insanity, one of organic dementia 

and one of chronic melancholia. 

It is almost impossible to refrain from directing attention to the promi- 
nence of diseased conditions of the blood vessels, the nervous system, the 
kidneys and the lungs, particularly of tuberculosis in some form, which is 
now being regarded as a curable and a preventable disease. By reference 
to the report it will be seen that tuberculosis was the actual cause of 
death in ten of the fifty-five cases, was present as an active process in 
fourteen cases, was present in a more or less quiescent form in nine ad- 
ditional cases, while in at least 50 per cent, there was more or less in- 
volvement of the bronchial glands. This naturally leads one to draw the 
conclusion that the path of infection was by the respiratory passages. 

When one considers that these unfortunate beings have been deprived 
of their normal reason and judgment, have become inattentive and un- 
cleanly not only as regards their personal care and requirements but also 
those of others who must necessarily be thrown in continued contact and 
intercourse with them, it suggests that more urgent steps should be taken 
to protect those who have been rendered incapable of looking after them- 
selves and who have been committed to this institution to care for them. 
No one can refute the statement that there is always danger in coming in 
contact and associating with an individual affected with tuberculosis, es- 
pecially when they disregard the essentials of cleanhness and sanitation. 
More pronounced efforts should be made to separate those who have be- 
come affected from those who as yet appear to be more fortunate. 

While the pathological report discloses some prominent and interesting 
features, its importance and usefulness is lessened for several reasons. 
The unsatisfactory and indefinite classification of mental diseases has not 
yet assumed any reliable basis so that each writer has a classification of 
his own. This renders it difficult to associate the pathological findings 
with the classifications given. 

It has been found necessary to refer to the report of the commitment 
record to gather most of what clinical history has been used as the basis 
of classification herein followed. It is unfortunate that regular reports 
of the course of each case are not kept. From the present outlook it 
seems probable that a reliable and uniform classification will not be 
reached until based upon a definite pathological basis, so that it becomes 
necessary to make and preserve accurate, thorough and complete reports 
of the clinical history of each case in order that those reports can b6 
associated with those pathological conditions that are found. More defi- 
nite steps should and must be taken along this line if better results are 
to be expected. 

By the methods followed in the cases presented at the staff meetings 
an attempt has been made to indicate somewhat the nature of the reports 
that might be made. Through the staff meetings and the autopsies it is 



48 

possible t(i create a greater interest in individual cases, to stimulate the 
investigators to a search after further scientific knowledge and informa- 
tion, and to form a rational foundation indicating the line of treatment to 
be followed under definite conditions. It is unfortunate that the staff 
have not more time to devote to laboratory work, and something should 
be done to relieve them of some of the clerical work that their duties 
require, in order that some of the time thus occupied might be devoted to 
scientific investigations. 

In conclusion I wish to thank you and the individual members of the 
staff for the assistance given in carrying on this work. 

Respectfully, 

C. F. NEU, M. D., 

Pathologist. . 

We wish to express our gratification for the amount and char- 
acter of work accomplished, and are more than ever impressed 
with the practical utility of such a department. The benefits to 
the State and thfe Institution are in many ways of incalculable 
value. 

EMPLOYES. 

Our thanks are again tendered to the employes for faithful per- 
formance of duty. 

TRUSTEES. 

Permit me to thank you for the encouragement tendered in all 
things pertaining to the welfare of the Institution and its inmates. 
Very respectfully submitted, 

GEO. F. EDENHAKTER, M. D., 

Superintendent. 



49 



MOVEMENT OF POPULATION FOR THE YEAR. 



KESULTS. 



Men. 



Women. 



Total. 



Number of patients at beginning of the year 

Admitted during the year 

Whole number under treatment 

Discharged as recovered 

Discharged as improved 

Discharged as unimproved 

Discharged as not insane 

Died 

Remaining at close of the year 

Per cent, recovered of the v^hole number under treatment 

Per cent, recovered to number admitted 

Per cent, died of whole number treated 

Daily average number enrolled 

Daily average number actually present 



859 

387 

1,246 

119 

98 

39 

1 

125 

864 

9.55 

30.749 

10.032 

837.58 

777.405 



1,087 
250 

1,337 
52 
71 
24 



72 

■ 1,118 

3.88 

20,8 

5.385 

1,106.27 

1,010.238 



1,946 

637 

2,583 

171 

169 

63 

1 

197 

1,982 

6.62 

26.844 

7.626 

1,943.85 

1,787.643 



ADMISSIONS, DISCHARGES AND DEATHS FROM BEGINNING 
OF THE HOSPITAL. 



RESULTS. 



Men. 



Women. 



Total. 



Admitted 

Discharged as recovered 

Discharged as improved 

Discharged as unimproved 

Discharged as not insane 

Discharged as feeble-minded 

Died 

Total number discharged and died 



12,839 
5,310 
1,943 
2,403 
36 



2,270 
11,962 



11,048 
4,564 
2,003 
1,503 
29 
6 
1,810 
9,915 



23,887 
9,874 
3,946 
3,906 
65 
6 
4,080 
21,877 



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MOVEMENT OF POPULATION BY MONTHS FOR THE YEAR. 



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Discharged. 






MONTHS. 


Ad- 
mitted. 


Re- 
covered. 


Im- 
proved. 


Unim- 
proved. 


Not 
Insane. 


Died. 




S3 


a 

o 


c 

CD 


a 

S 
o 




a 

a 

o 

is 


1 


a 

a 

o 




a 

o 

a 

o 






B 

o 


November, 1903 


30 
30 
45 
26 
12 
35 
30 
32 
28 
48 
36 
35 

387 


15 
19 
21 
22 
19 
23 
29 
10 
21 
22 
26 
23 

250 


5 

7 

16 

18 

12 

13 

11 

11 

7 

8 

5 

6 

119 


8 
11 

"io' 

5 
52 


8 
16 

4 
7 

10 
6 
7 
6 

11 
9 

13 
1 

98 


6 

1 
13 

7 
7 
3 

14 
1 
6 
7 
6 

71 


6 
8 
4 
6 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
4 
3 

39 








12 
6 
8 
8 
15 
11 
12 
6 
8 
9 
16 
14 

125 


6 


December, 1903 








1 


January, 1904 

February, 1904 


4 






1 






4 


March, 1904 








8 


April, 1904 

May, 1904 

June, 1904 


2 
4 

10 
1 

1 
1 
1 

24 


1 




2 

8 








July, 1904 


in 


August, 1904 

September, 1904 

October 1904 






6 
8 
11 


Total 


1 




72 







AGE AND MARITAL CONDITION OF THOSE ADMITTED, DIS- 
CHARGED AND DIED DURING THE YEAR. 



AGE. 



Single. 



Mar- 
ried. 



Discharged. 



Recovered. 



„. , Mar- 
Single. ried. 



Otherwise. 



_. , Mar- 
Single, ried. 



Died. 



Single. 



Mar- 



Under 15 years 

15 to 20 years 

20 to 25 years 

25 to 30 years 

30 to 40 years 

40 to 50 years 

50 to 60 years 

60 to 70 years 

70 to 80 years 

Over 80 years 

Age anknown 

Marital condition un- 
known 



Total 170 



217 



187 



66 



20 19 
16 12 



39 66 30 71 65 



4 
43 I 20 



One man figuring in the above table as "recovered" was discharged as "not insane." 



52 , 



DURATION OF TREATMENT OF THOSE DISCHARGED AND DIED 
DURING THE YEAR 





DiSCHABGBD. 






TIME. 


Recovered. 


Otherwise. 




c 


a 

o 

a 

o 


a 

o 


(3 

a 

o 




p 

a 

o 




1 
7 
3 
45 
31 
13 
8 
5 
3 
1 
3 


""i 
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8 
4 
12 

7 
1 
2 


3 

3 

3 

16 

27 

22 

13 

16 

7 

8 

19 


1 

2 
4 
7 
7 
8 
25 
14 
7 
6 
14 


9 
20 

9 
18 

9 

3 
11 
11 
13 

6 
16 


10 


From 1 to 2 months 


4 


From 2 to 3 menths 


4 




4 


From 6 to 9 months 




From 9 to 12 months 


1 




9 


From 2 to 3 years 


7 


From 3 to 4 years 


1 


From 4 to 5 y«ar8 


3 


Over 5 years 


23 






Total 


119 


' 52 


137 


95 


125 


72 







One man, counted discharged as "recovered," was discharged as "not insane." 



53 



ADMISSIONS, DISCHARGES AND DEATHS BY COUNTIES 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR. 



COUNTY. 


Admitted. 


DiSCHARGKD. 


Died. 


Men. 


Women. 


Men. 


Women. 


Men. 


Women. 




6 
3 
3 
3 
8 
7 

12 
9 
1 
6 
8 

H 
9 
3 
3 

11 
8 

7 
7 
126 
5 
9 
10 


6 

1 
3 
2 
5 
5 
7 
7 
4 
18 
1 
4 
6 
1 
6 


1 

3 
2 


3 


1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
5 
1 
4 
3 
3 
2 
3 
3 


I 


Benton 






3 






1 




3 
3 
7 
7 
3 
7 
6 
8 
8 
4 
3 
6 
4 
1 
6 
2 

88. 
7 
5 
2 


2 

4 
4 
5 

2 
4 
1 
3 

4 
5 

5 
1 

3 
2 
2 
3 
41 
2 
7 
1 
1 


1 


Clark 


1 


Clay , 


2 




1 




1 


Floyd 


2 


Fountain 




Hamilton 


2 




1 








1 




1 




4 
2 
5 
6 

79 
4 

10 
5 
1 


3 










1 


Lawrence 


2 
44 
2 
3 
3 


1 
26 








2 




2 


Ohio 


1 










1 




5 
6 
7 
6 
1 

12 
5 

17 

10 
4 

31 
2 
3 

387 


3 
4 

7 
4 


3 
6 
3 
2 


1 
1 
5 
2 
1 
5 




1 


Parke 


2 
4 

2 


1 


Putnam 


2 


Ripley 


2 






Shelby 


7 
2 
9 
1 
1 
17 


10 
2 
6 
5 

27' 

3 
4 

257 


5 
2 
7 
2 
1 
7 


3 




1 




9 


4 


Tipton 






3 
9 




Vigo 


3 






Washineton 


3 

260 


3 
147 




3 


Total 


125 


72 







" Orange County does not belong to this district. 



54 



CAUSES OF INSANITY. 



CAUSE. 



Men. 



Women. 



Accident, severe 

Apoplexy 

Cerebro hemorrhage ...._. 

Cerebro spinal meningitig 

Death of mother 

Death of wife 

Debility, general 

Disease of kidneys 

Domestic trouble 

Epilepsy 

Erysipelas 

Excessive use of cigarettes _. .. . 

Excessive use of cocaine and morphine. 

Excitement, political 

Excitement, religious 

Fever, malarial 

Fever, typhoid 

Financial reverses 

Fright 

Gunshot wound..... 

Habits, vicious 

Heat stroke 

Hemiplegia 

Hereditary 

Hypnotism 

Ill health .-: 

Ill treatment by husband 

Immorality 

In j nry 

Intemperance 

Lactation 

La Grippe.. 

Loss of position 

Masturbation 

Measles 

Menopause 

Neurasthenia 

Not insane 

Old age 

Overwork 

Parturition 

Phthisis 

Puerperium 

Rheumatism 

Shock 

Sickness in family 

Sm allpox 

Spinal curvature 

Sunstroke 

Surgical operation 

Syphilis 

Unknown 



1 

2 
1 

10 
133 



126 



55 



FORM OF INSANITY OF THOSE ADMITTED DURING THE YEAR. 



FORM OF INSANITY. 



MeD. 



Wor 



AlcoholiBm 

Alcoholism, acute 

Alcoholism, chronic. 

Cocomania 

Dementia 

Dementia, epileptic. . 

Dementia, organic 

Dementia, paralytic. 

Dementia, paretic 

Dementia, praecox. . . 
Dementia, primary.. . 
Dementia, secondary. 

Dementia, senile 

Dementia, terminate . 
Epilepsy. 



Hy pomania 

Imbecile, epileptic 

Imbecility 

Insanity, adolescent 

Insanity, alcoholic 

Insanity, alcoholic, acute. 

Insanity, confusional 

Insanity, epileptic 

Insanity, hysterical 

Insanity, impulsive 

Insanity, toxic 

Mania, acute 

Mania, chronic 

Mania, epileptic 

Mania, hysterical 

Mania, periodic 

Mania, puerperal 

Mania, recurrent 

Mania, sub-acute 

Mani»cal stupor 

Melancholia . . 

Melancholia, acute 

Ma.ancholia, agitata 

Melancholia, chronic 

Melancholia, recurrent . . . 
Melancholia, stuporous . . . 

Morphomania 

Neurasthenia 

Not insane 

Paranoia 



Paresis. 

Paresis, incipient. 

Pyromania 

Senility 



Total. 



387 



1 

250 



56 



NUMBER OF ATTACKS AND DURATION BEFORE ADMISSION OF 
THOSE ADMITTED DURING THE YEAR. 



Attacks and Duration. 



Women. 




First attack, under 1 month duration 

First attack, from 1 to 3 months duration 
First attack, from 3 to 6 months duration , 
■ First attack, from 6 to 9 months duration . 
First attack, from 9 to 12 months duration 
First attack, from 1 to 2 years duration . . . , 

First attack, from 2 to 3 years duration 

First attack, over 3 years duration 

First attack, duration unknown 

Second attack 

Third attack 

Fourth attack 

Fifth attack 

Oyer five attacks 

Total 

Of the above were recommitted 



57 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



CAUSE. 



Men. 



Apoplexy 

Apoplexy, cerebro 

Asphyxia _. 

ABphyxia, caused by epileptic conyulsionB , 

Brain tumor 

Carcinoma 

Cerebro softening 

Colitis, chronic 

Colitis, gastro 

Convulsions 

Convulsions, epileptic ' 

Convulsions, paretic 

Convulsions, uraemic 

Decay, senile 

DiaiThoea, acute 

Diarrhoea, chronic , 

Dysentery 

Dysentery, chronic 

Enteritis, acute 

Enteritis, gastro 

Enteritis, tuberculous 

Enterocolitis 

Enterocolitis, acute 

Enterocolitis, chronic 

Epileptious, status 

Erysipelas 

Exhaustion 

Exhaustion, acute mania 

Exhaustion, epilepsy 

Exhaustion, senile 

Gangrene, acute 

Gastritis, chronic 

Hemorrhage, cerebral 

Meningitis, chronic 

Mitral insuflBoiency 

Myocarditis, acute 

Myocarditis, chronic 

Myelitis, acute 

Myelitis, chronic 

Nephritis 

Nephritis, chronic 

Nephritis, coma, pulmon., oedema 

Oedema, pulmonary 

Pancreatitis hemorrhagica 

Paresis. 



Periphlegift 

Peritonitis, acute 

Pneumonia 

Pneumonia, hypostatic . .. 

Pneumonia, lobar 

Pneumonia, plenro 

Pyaemia 

Sclerosis 

Senility 

Septicaemia 

Shock, due to scalds 

Suicide by strangulation . 

Tabes dorsalis , 

Tuberculosis 

Tuberculosis, intestinal .. 
Tuberculosis, pulmenary . 
Uraemia 



Total. 



125 



58 



OCCUPATION OF THOSE ADMITTED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR. 



OCCUPATION. 


Men. 


Women. 


OCCUPATION. 


Men. 


Women. 




3 

5 
2 
5 
2 
7 
1 
4 
1 

13 
2 
4 
8 
1 
3 
1 
1 


3 




3 

5 
1 
2 






























Cook . 


1 






Miller 


2 








Millwright 

Moulder 




Bricklayer 


















Painter 

Painter, carriage 

Paperhanger 




Carpenter, bridge 






Clerk 


3 








Collier 




Pianotuner 














Porter 








Pressfeeder 






13 








2 

1 
1 
5 

1 








































1 








97 
2 














Farmer's wif« 


2 


Seamstress 


3 




1 

1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 








Florist 






2 






Surgeon, veterinary 

Tailor 


3 

2 
























2 










1 






Telegraph operator 


2 








2 




16 

125 

18 




1 
1 
1 

30 
28 
















Woodworker 






1 

1 

80 
1 

1 




46 








12 


Laborer 




Total 






387 


250 















NATIVITY OF THOSE ADMITTED. 



STATE OR COUNTRY. 



Men. 



Women. 



STATE OR COUNTRY. 



Men. 



Women. 



California 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indian Nation. . 

Iowa 

Kentucky 

Kansas 

Maine 

Massachusetts . . 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina . 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania. .. 

Tennessee 

Vermont 



1 
9 

228 



7 

164 

1 

1 

17 
1 



Virginia 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Canada 

England 

Germany 

Ireland 

Italy 

Norway 

Poland 

Roumania .... 

Russia 

Sweden 

Switzerland.. . 

Scotland 

Unknown 



Total . 



387 



250 



59 



CIVIL CONDITION OF THOSE ADMITTED, DISCHARGED AND DIED 
DURING THE YEAR. 



CIVIL CONDITION. 


Men. 


Women. 




Ad- 
mitted. 


Dis- 
charged. 


Died. 


Ad- 
mitted. 


Dis- 
charged. 


Died. 




170 

186 

27 

4 


120 

120 

12 

4 

1 


43 1 

67 

13 


63 
145 

33 
6 
3 

250 


43 
86 
13 
2 
3 

147 


20 
35 
15 
1 
1 














Total . 


387 


257 


125 


72 





EDUCATION OF THOSE ADMITTED DURING THE YEAR. 



EDUCATION. 


Men. 


Women. 




23 
334 
12 
15 
3 


3 




210 




3 




24 




10 








Total 


387 


250 







COLOR OF THOSE ADMITTED DURING THE YEAR. 



COLOK. 


Men. 


Women. 


WJiite " 


373 
14 


242 




•» 




8 


Total 


387 


250 







60 
EXHIBIT No. 1. 



STATEMENT OF FUNDS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF SAME BY THE 

CENTRAL INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE DURING THE 

FISCAL YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Maintenance Fund $290,000 00 

Maintenance Fund, average patients 10,633 64 

Expended November, 1903 $29,189 52 

Expended December, 1903 _ 28,704 42 

Expended January, 1904 ' 26,082 30 

Expended February, 1904 27,516 16 

Expended March, 1904 26,927 96 

Expended April, 1904 21,894 25 

Expended May, 1904 21,216 43 

Expended June, 1904 20,819 63 

Expended July, 1904 20,433 37 

Expended August, 1904 . 23,967 71 

Expended September, 1904 22,246 55 

Expended October, 1904 21,959 58 

Unexpended balance 9,675 76 

$300,633 64 $300,633 64 

Repair Fund ; $20,000 00 

Expended November, 1903. $1,557 36 

Expended December, 1903 2,226 24 

Expended January, 1904 1,946 51 

Expended Febmary, 1904 1,748 29 

Expended March, 1904 1,580 73 

Expended April, 1904 2,489 71 

Expended May, 1904 1,164 43 

Expended June, 1904 1,463 95 

Expended July, 1904 1,24167 

Expended August, 1904 1,697 93 

Expended September, 1904 1,187 84 

Expended October, 1904 1,498 05 

Unexpended balance 197 29 

$20,000 00 $20,000 00 

Clothing Fund $13,400 00 

Expended November, 1903 $1,711 08 

Expended December, 1903 811 77 

Expended January, 1904 1,083 14 

Expended February, 1904 1,434 52 

Expended March, 1904 654 17 

Expended April, 1904 1,595 58 

Expended May, 1904 787 91 

Expended June, 1904 709 78 

Expended July, 1904 863 10 



61 

EXHIBIT Ko. 1— Continued. 

Expended August, 1904 $1,549 47 

Expended September, 1904 895 27 

Expended October, 1904 1,284 28 

Unexpended balance 19 93 

$13,400 00 $13,400 00 

Laundry Addition Fund $7,000 00 

Expended November, 1903 $5,036 70 

Unexpended balance 1,963 30 

$7,000 00 $7,000 00 

Painting Fund $5,000 00 

Expended May, 1904 $219 50 

Expended July, 1904 512 35 

Expended September, 1904 3,184 00 

Expended October, 1904 856 00 

Unexpended balance 228 15 

$5,000 00 $5,000 00 

New Boiler Plant Fund $40,000 00 

Expended November, 1903 $129 25 

Expended January, 1904 376 00 

Expeiided February, 1904 12,986 76 

Expended March, 1904 11,409 24 

Expended April, 1904 300 00 

Expended May, 1904 13,063 95 

Expended June, 1904 117 25 

Unexpended balance 1,617 55 



$40,000 00 $40,000 00 



EXHIBIT Xo. 2. 



No 
1 

2, 
3 

4, 
5, 
6 
7, 
8 
9 



VOUCHERS OF EXPENDITURES PAID FROM MAINTENANCE 

FUND DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 

OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

To Whom Paid. Claim. t"!Z".!n 

George F. Edenharter, Supt r. Contingent fund tIZ 

George D. Hardin 19.675 pounds hay • 108^1 

Indianapolis Abattoir Co Beef and lard ^ks iq 

Williams & Hunt Chip soap -»° ^-J 

Kingan & Co., Ltd Bologna sausages i»' ;f^ 

The Taylor Carpet Co 861/2 yards carpet ■, J^ v> 

George Hitz & Co Potatoes, etc Z 7n 

Albert Gall Papering, curtains, etc 4^^ J^ 

Vonnegut Hardware Co Sheep skins, etc 



- / 62 

EXHIBIT No. 2— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

10. A. B. Meyer & Co Coal and labor performed $4,860 51 

11. J. R. Budd Company Poultry and eggs 792 56 

12. Syerup & Co Cider, 10 barrels 60 16 

13. Charles G. Grab Barber supplies 2 35 

14. Bresette-Pugh Co Medical supplies 35 65 

15. George J. Mayer One No. 2 Midget stamp 60 

16. Havens & Geddes Co Blankets, dry goods, etc 2,329 38 

17. The Singer Mfg. Co One gallon oil 50 

18. Wulsehner Music Co Tuning pianos 12 00 

19. J. C. Perry & Co Groceries, etc 1,662 89 

20. Louis B. Haag Drugs 79 58 

21. Tutewiler & Son Undertaking 7 00 

22. A. Kiefer Drug Co Pencils 5 66 

23. Indianapolis Water Co Water furnished 409 39 

24. J. Ellwood Lee Co Medical supplies 66 59 

25. Charles Bailey 100 bushels corn 44 00 

26. John O'Neill Rye flour 20 00 

27. Standard Oil Co Oils 36 25 

28. The Indianapolis Gas Co Gas 67 91 

29. Olds & Co Sal soda 23 85 

30. Acme Milling Co Flour 584 00 

31. Indianapolis Stove Co Stove repairs 150 

32. Miller Oil and Supply Co Pour car pushers 20 00 

'33. Century Biscuit Co Crackers 118 S5 

34. C. H. McDowell Services as chaplain 25 00 

35. Charles D. Pearson & Co Queensware 198 32 

36. Webster E. Dietz Spring wheat flour 297 00 

37. Lion Compressed Yeast Co Yeast 9 93 

38. Indianapolis Journal Newspaper Co Advertising 160 

39. Swift & Co Hams, etc 1,180 44 

40. J. R. Ryan & Co Meal 22 50 

41. E. T. Smith Oysters 273 84 

42. The Indianapolis News Advertising 183 

43. Indianapolis Hardware Co Carpet sweeper 3 25 

44. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 24 00 

45. Indianapolis Sentinel Co Advertising 1 80 

43. Atlas Paper Mills Co ... : Toilet paper 13 50 

47. The A. Burdsal Co Gasoline 75 

48. Kipp Bros. Co Ward supplies 29 00 

49. Western Union Telegraph Co Telegrams 3 11 

50. The Columbus Butter Co Butter 755 00 

51. M. O'Connor & Co Tobacco, etc 373 18 

52. George P. Edenharter, Supt Contingent expenses 548 90 

53. George F. Edenharter, Supt Main pay-roll, November, 1903 7,372 24 

54. Frank E. Janes Oats 42 00 

55. Praneke Hardware Co Brushes, etc 6 50 

56. John Osterman 4.950 gallons milk • 537 00 

57. Hitz Bakery Crackers 19150 

58. The Indianapolis Gas Co Gas 5119 

59. Balke & Krauss Fifty bushels coke 7 50 

60. Joseph Gardner Buckets, etc 177 60 

61. Bausch «& Lomb Optical Co Medical supplies 7161 

62. A. J. Pox Oysters 315 55 

63. J. Ellwood Lee Co Seven water bottles 7 94 

64. Williams & Hunt Chii) soap, etc 305 85 

65. J. R. Budd Co Poultry 697 60 

66. The Columbus Butter Co Butterine 755 00 

67. Lion Compressed Yeast Co Yeast. 81 pounds 20 25 

68. C. H. McDowell Services as chaplain 20 00 

69. Indianapolis Water Co Water rent 545 63 



63 / 

EXHIBIT No. 2— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

70. John Osterman Oue horse $175 00 

71. John Osterman 5,115 gallons milk 562 65 

72. J. R. Ryan & Co Meal and popcorn 33 00 

73. The Indianapolis Sentinel Co Advertising 1 80 

74. The Indianapolis News Advertising 3 24 

75. The Ind'apolis Journal Newspaper Co. Advertising 160 

7S. The F. G. Kamps Fish and Oyster Co. Oysters 12 00 

77. Nichols-Krull Factory Christmas goods 79 00 

78. Daggett Factory Christmas goods 157 75 

79. J. C. Perry & Co 200 dozen peaches 380 00 

80. The Geiger-Tinney Co Tea 176 85 

81. Arthur Jordan Co Eggs 303 60 

S2. James L. Keach Two boxes lemons 5 80 

83. Webster E. Dietz 60 barrels flour 294 00 

84. Atlas Paper Mills Co Toilet paper 4 50 

85. Central Union Telephone Co Rentals, tolls, etc 57 59 

86. Kingan & Co., Ltd 1,883 pounds bologna 115 30 

87. Kipp Bros. Co Christmas goods 115 90 

88. George Hitz & Co Potatoes, etc 635 74 

89. Standard Oil Co Oils 18 02 

90. Indianapolis Abattoir Co j.Beef, lard, etc 2,014 05 

91. New Telephone Co Rentals and tolls 22 65 

92. Charles J. Gardner Pork loins, hams 1.191 23 

93. Huntington & Page Ten gallons mastica, etc 17 50 

94. A. Burdsal Co Gasoline 75 

95. Techentin & Frieberg Set harness 22 00 

96. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Dry goods, etc 1,508 06 

97. Ward Bros. Drug Co Drugs : 41 67 

98. M. O'Connor & Co Groceries, etc 1,308 01 

99. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 33 36 

100. Francke Hardware Co Hardware, etc 116 78 

101. Wm. B. Burford Stationery 18 ''0 

102. George F. Bdenharter, Supt 'Expense bills, etc 1,025 62 

103. George F. Edeqharter, Supt Main pay-roll, December, 1903 7,510 44 

104. Havens & Geddes Co Dry goods, etc 311 38 



105. John B. Bright & Son .....Coffee 



521 64 



106. A. B. Meyer & Co Coal, etc -'^5??; 

107. Acme Milling Co 150 barrels flour 

108. The Indianapolis Gas Co Gas con.sumed 

109. The Scofield-Pierson Co Song boards 

110. Joseph E. Bell Preparing annual report 

111. George D. Hardin Hay and straw 

112. The Indianapolis Sentinel Co Advertising 

113. The Ind'apolis Journal Newspaper Co. Advertising 

114. The Indianapolis News Advertising 

115. Williams & Hunt Chip soap 

116. V. Bachman 60 barrels flour 

117. Acme Milling Co 150 barrels flour 

US. George Hitz & Co Lemons, potatoes ■•• 

119. Phelps, Brace & Co Tea 

120. J. R. Ryan & Co Corn and meal 

121. J. C. Perry & Co 200 dozen canned peaches 

122. Charles J. Gardner Beef 

123. Arthur Jordan Co 1,170 dozen eggs 

124. A. J. Fox 319 gallons oysters 

125. Albert Gall Papering room ^^^ ^ 

126. Indianapolis Water Co Water furnished ^^ ^^ 

127. Wm. H. Armstrong & Co Medical supplies 

128. E. P. Shideler & Co Potatoes, etc 

129. Kingan & Co., Ltd 3,824 pounds bologna 



582 00 


39 75 


10 30 


25 00 


82 45 


1 80 


1 60 


1 77 


324 45 


285 00 


598 50 


5 75 


182 58 


76 40 


400 00 


1,488 25 


327 60 


277 10 


8 15 


516 38 


17 45 


679 80 


219 89 



64: 

EXHIBIT No. 2— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

130. Century Biscuit Co BO barrels crackers $116 44 

131. J. R. Budd Co Poultry . 82 12 

132. Sander & Recker Furniture Co Four commodes 22 00 

133. Braun & Fitts Butterine 57C 00 

134. Wm. B. Burford Stationery 219 '85 

185. Eli Marvin Services as trustee 84 25 

136. Western Union Telegraph Co Telegrams 2 04 

137. The John Van Range Co Kitchen fixtures 19 96 

138. Havens & Geddes Co Dry goods sundries 105 35 

139. L. W. Ott Mfg. Co 72 carpet lounges 468 00 

140. Indianapolis Abattoir Co Pork loins and lard 487 84 

141. John O'Neill 100 buckwheat 3 00 

142. Lion Compressed Yeast Co Yeast 19 64 

143. Nelson Morris & Co Hams 395 50 

144. Wulschner-Stewart Music Co Tuning piano 2 50 

145. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs, etc 135 24 

146. M. O'Connor & Co Groceries, etc 1,826 17 

147. Parke, Davis & Co Medical supplies 1 62 

148. The A. Burdsal Co Gasoline 75 

149. Kipp Bros. Co Ward supplies 62 00 

150. The Bobbs-Merrill Co Medical books 7 50 

,151. Charles D. Pearson & Co Queensware 100 61 

152. Vonnegut Hardware Co Hardware, etc 34 13 

153. A. B. Meyer & Co Coal, labor, etc 5,59172 

154. John B. Bright & Co Coffee 514 12 

155. C. H. McDowell Services as chaplain 25 00 

156. John Osterman 5,115 gallons milk 562 65 

157. Rufus L. Kennedy Services as trustee 90 80 

158. George F. Edenharter, Supt Expenses paid 1,339 30 

159. George F. Edenharter, Supt , Main pay-roll, January, 1904 7,516 17 

160. Albert M. Adams Services as trustee 100 00 

161. Indianapolis Water Co Water rent 359 10 

162. C. H. McDowell Services as chaplain 25 00 

163. Standard Oil Co Oils 30 00 

164. Bernd Bros New truck 60 00 

165. The Olds Soap Co Chip soap 307 74 

166. The Ind'apolis Journal Newspaper Co. Advertising 160 

167. T. F. Smither Five gallons pine tar 2 50 

168. W. D. Allison Co One table 8 00 

169. Hitz Bakery 60 barrels crackers 114 20 

170. O. E. Gregory 1,500 pounds corn meal 21 45 

171. V. Bachman Flour 287 25 

172. George T. Evans 150 barrels flour 619 50 

173. A.J. Fox 211 gallons oysters 20100 

174. The Geiger-Tinney Co 5,206 pounds coffee 620 94 

175. Bausch & Lomb Optical Co Medical supplies 48 30 

176. The Indianapolis Gas Co Gas 22 29 

177. The "Sanitas" Co.. Ltd Disinfectants, soap, etc. 164 42 

178. The Columbus Butter Co 5.240 pounds butterine 628 SO 

179. Frank B. Janes 100 bushels oats 46 00 

180. Charles J. Gardner 32,664 pounds beef 1,910 81 

181. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Napkins, etc 65 00 

182. A. Kiefer Drug Co Gross Burnett's shields 7 00 

183. The Indianapolis News Advertising 1 89 

184. Wm. H. Armstrong & Co Medical supplies 32 95 

185. Henry Frommeyer Wicks and lamp burners 2 65 

186. Sander c& Recker Furniture Co Furniture 105 00 

187. Albert Gall Papering, etc 103 65 

188. J. R. Budd Co Poultry 48 64 

189. J. L. Keach Two boxes lemons 5.30 



Amount. 

$« 50 



65 
EXHIBIT No. 2— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. Claim. 

190. The Bobbs-MeiTill Co Medical books 

191. Western Union Telegraph Co Telegrams 1 72 

192. George J. Mayer Rubber stamps 2 70 

193. Strooel Bros 1,080 dozen eggs 378 00 

'194. The Singer Mfg. Co 200 needles [[[[ 2 00 

195. The H. Lieber Co — ; Crayons 1 qq 

196. Louis B. Haag Drugs • 177 05 

197. Charles D. Pearson & Co Queensware 93 10 

198. Home Stove Co Six stoves and fixtures 130 92 

199. Havens & Geddes Co Dry-goods, etc 325 93 

200. Atlas Paper Mills Co Two cases toilet paper 9 00 

201. The A. Burdsal Co Five gallons gasoline 75 

202. Kipp Bros. Co Ward supplies 31 80 

203. Ammonia Soap Powder Co 100 pounds soap powder 3 50 

204. M. O'Connor & Co Groceries, etc 1,738 85 

205. Lion Compressed Yeast Co 70 pounds yeast 17 50 

206. John Osterman 4,785 gallons milk 526 35 

207. A. B. Meyer & Co Fuel 6,923 34 

208. Indianapolis Abattoir Co Pork loins, hams and lard 1,225 52 

209. E. F. Shideler •& Co Potatoes, etc 784 61 

210. Kiugan & Co., Ltd 3,845 pounds bologna 22110 

211. Wm. B. Burford Stationery 146 49 

212. Indianapolis Sentinel Co Advertising 180 

213. Francke Hardware Co Hardware, etc 148 09 

. 214. George F. Edenharter Bills, labor, etc 942 95 

215. George F. Edejiharter, Supt Main pay roll, February, 1904 7,524 89 

216. George D. Hardin Hay and corn 304 72 

217. Peru Basket Co Six dozen laundry baskets 17u 00 

218. Standard Oil Co Oils 39 50 

219. George T. Evans 140 barrels flour 674 80 

220. The Geiger-Tinney Co Tea 168 14 

221. Doxo Mfg. Co., Clinton, Iowa Cleaning compound 30 45 

222. V. Bachman 60 barrels spring flour 315 00 

223. The Indianapolis Gas Co Gas consumed 18 24 

224. Alberto. Lockridge 20 gallons maple syrup 22 00 

225. Henry Frommeyer Lamp wicks 2 40 

226. Atlas Paper Mills Co Box toilet paper 4 50 

227. Joseph Gardner 12 dozen granite buckets 134 60 

228. Vonnegut Hardware Co Hardware 626 64 

229. Havens & Geddes Co.... Dry goods, etc 621 95 

230. Charles 11. Silkman Hospital sheetings 14 16 

231. Hitz Bakery 75 barrels crackers 145 56 

232. Williams & Hunt Chip soap 283 10 

233. James L. Keach Potatoes, etc 1,158 30 

234. Parke, Davis & Co Drugs 64 

235. Vawter Hay and Grain Co 25 pounds whole wheat flour 1 OO 

236. J. R. Ryan & Co Meal, etc. 24 75 

237. C. H. McDowell Services as chaplain 20 00 

238. Hibben, Hollweg & Co 40 dozen napkins 70 00 

239. American District Telegraph Co ; Messenger services 5 10 

240. Francke Hardware Co Hardware 40 92 

241. The Ind'apolis Journal Newspaper Co. Advertising v 160 

242. Indianapolis Sentinel Co Advertising 1 80 

243. The Indianapolis News Advertising 5 43 

244. Albert Gall '. Papering, etc 43 66 

245. Charles D. Pearson & Co Queensware 9 02 

246. A. Burdsal Co Five gallons gasoline 75 

247. Charles J. Aufderheide Partitions new hospital 115 00 

248. Sander & Recker Furniture Co Furniture 3125 

5— Central Insane. 



66 - 
EXHIBIT No. 2— Continued. 

2Vo. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

249. J. C. Perry & Co Groceries .• $1,587 02 

250. Waterbury Chemical Co Cod liver oil, etc., 19 50 

251. M. O'Connor & Co Grocer sundries 537 69 

252. Huntington & Page Garden seed, etc 55 13 

253. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs, etc ' 145 15 

254. F. G. Kamps Pisli and Oyster Co Oysters, etc 352 75 

255. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 71:25 

256. A. Metzger Co Insurance 100 00 

257. Indianapolis Abattoir Co 2,101 _po.un.ds lard 165 56 

258. Swift & Co Hams, bacon 698 (M. 

259. J. R. Budd Co Poultry, eggs 255 75 

260. The Columbus Butter Co .6,040 pounds butterine 724 80 

261. Kingan & Co., Ltd 4,778 pounds bologna sausages 274 74 

262. Wm. B. Burford .- .Stationery 64 55 

263. A. B. Meyer & Co Coal, etc 5,130 32 

264. Techentin & Freiburg ,,, Harness fixtures 3 40 

265. Tutewiler & Son Undertaking 28 00 

266. Wm. H. Armstrong & Co Medical supplies 26 58 

267. Central Union Telephone Co Rentals, tolls, etc 6169 

268. Western Union Telegraph Co Telegrams 163 

269. New Telephone Co Rentals and tolls 22 00 

^70. Lion Compressed Yeast Co 81 pounds yeast 20 25 

271. Charles J. Gardner 61 pounds veal 5 49 

272. Indianapolis Water Co Water, fire protection 73 13 

273. John Osterman 5,115 gallons milk 562 65 

274. The Singer Mfg. Co Oil, etc., repairs 5 50 

275. George F. Edenharter, Supt Expenses 938 81 

276. George F. Edenharter, Supt Main pay-roll, March, 1904 7,577 79 

277. Nelson Morris & Co Beef, etc 2,618 56 

278. Hitz Bakery Fancy cakes, etc 35 07 

279. George T. Evans, 120 barrels flour 546 00 

280. V. Bachman 40 barrels flour 204 00 

281. Vawter Hay and Grain Co Meal 21 00 

282. Kingan & Co., Ltd 80 pounds tongues 13 60 

283. Standard Oil Co Oils 55 50 

284. The Indianapolis Sentinel Co Advertising 1 80 

285. The Ind'apolis Journal Newspaper Co. Advertising 160 

286. H. T. Conde Implement Co One cart, etc 51 20 

287. J. Ellwood Lee Co Medical supplies 22 52 

288. Wm. H. Armstrong & Co Medical supplies 10 43 

289. Hibben, Hollweg & Co 3? dozen silks 13 88 

290. Charles D. Pearson & Co Queensware 316 43 

291. Henry Frommeyer One dozen student chimneys 60 

292. The A. Burdsal Co Five gallons gasoline 75 

293. Charles J. Gardner Beef 1,687 05 

294. Huntington & Page One No. 3 Planet, Jr 10 50 

295. Frank G. Kamps, Jr Pish 337 75 

296. C. H. McDowell Services as chaplain 20 00 

297. Indianapolis Hardware Co Spoons 90 

298. Wulschner-Stewart Music Co Sheet music 7 25 

299. F. G. Kamps Pish and Oyster Co Fish 3 10 

300. The "Sanitas" Co., Ltd 100 pounds moth powder 38 00 

301. Charles G. Grah Barber supplies 37 35 

302. Schwarzschild & Sulzberger Co... Lard 32141 

303. Vonnegut Hardware Co '. Hardware 57 07 

304. Francke Hardware Co Hardware 28 90 

305 Louis A. Greiner Attending sick horse 22 50 

306. Eli Marvin Services as trustee 92 35 

307. Fremont Goodwine Services as trustee 99 84 

308. Wm. B. Burford Stationery 100 11 



67 
EXHIBIT ISTo. 2— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. Claim. 

309. A. B. Meyer & Co Coal, etc '. 

310. Sander & Recker Furniture Co Furniture 

811. Century Biscuit Co 59 barrels eracliers 

312. Tutewiler & Son Undertaking 

313. Tlie E. C. Dolmetsch Co Four bunting flags 

314. Lion Compressed Yeast Co Yeast 

315. Kipp Bros. Co Repairing and pipes 

316. The Columbus Butter Co Butterine 

317. Tlie Indianapolis Gas Co Gas 

318. J. B. Budd Co Eggs, poultry 

319. Havens & Geddes Co Sheeting, ticking, etc 

320. J. R. Budd Co Five pair guinea pigs 

321. William Beck Hams 

322. Indianapolis Abattoir Co Pork loins 

323. J. C. Perry & Co Groceries 

324. Putnam Creamery Co Five gallons cream... 

325. "Williams & Hunt Chip soap 

326. George F. Edenharter, Supt Expenses 

327. John Osterman 4,950 gallons milk 

328. James L. Keach Potatoes, etc 

329. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs, etc 

330. George F. Edenharter, Supt Main pay roll, April, 1904 

331. M. O'Connor & Co Grocer sundries 

332. William Robinson Team and men furnished for work 

333. Albert M. Adams Services as trustee 

334. The Capital City Dairy Co One box butterine 

335. The Indianapolis Journal Advertising 

336. The Indianapolis News Advertising 

337. The Indianapolis Sentinel Advertising 

338. The National Ammonia Co Cylinder of ammonia 

339. Frank G. Kamps, Jr Fish 

340. American Tent and Awning Co Making 26 awnings 

341. William Ehrich Setting up range, etc 

342. C. W. Meikel Co Six gas globes 

343. The Columbus Butter Co Butter 

344. The Indianapolis Gas Co Gas 

345. John B. Bright & Son Coffee and tea 

346. Vawter Hay and Grain Co Oats, corn, etc 

347. George T. Evans Flour 

348. O. E. Gregory Meal 

349. The Vail Seed Co Seed corn, etc 

350. Huntington & Page Bulbs, etc 

351. Swift & Co Hams, etc 

352. McCray Refrigerator Co One refrigerator 

353. Wm. B. Burford Stationery 

354. C. H. McDowell Services as chaplain 

355. Tutewiler & Son Undertaking 

356. Charles J. Gardner Beef 

357. F. H. Cheyne Electric Co One armature, etc 

358. A. Klefer Drug Co Drugs, etc 

359. J. C. Perry & Co Groceries, etc 

360. J. R. Budd Co Poultry and eggs 

361. John Van Range Co One new range, etc 

362. Lion Compressed Yeast Co 75 pounds yeast 

363. Francke Hardware Co Mica, etc 

364. Charles D. Pearson & Co Queensware 

365. Vonnegut Hardware Co Hardware 

366. Charles Krauss Driven wells, etc 

367. Atlas Paper Mills Co Two boxes toilet paper 

368. Hollwegg & Reese Queensware 



Amount. 


$1,921 61 


169 90 


120 39 


21 00 


23 00 


18 38 


28 20 


724 80 


18 06 


363 70 


511 29 


8 00 


536 89 


468 75 


1,660 82 


3 50 


356 14 


947 33 


544 50 


919 27 


224 37 


7,521 54 


332 03 


184 62 


98 90 


8 80 


1 40 


1 SO 


1 80 


26 26 


570 35 


124 50 


8 45 


1 35 


580 80 


16 35 


909 23 


174 20 


747 00 


27 60 


9 10 


12 00 


540 99 


118 GO 


88 11 


25 DO 


7 00 


1,776 97 


315 29 


264 21 


1,943 64 


285 80 


85 00 


18 75 


15 66 


125 80 


103 63 


76 00 


9 00 


10 51 



68 
EXHIBIT No. 2— Continued. 

2^0. To Whom Paid. Claim. 

369. Century Biscuit Co Crackers 

370. Williams & Hunt Chip soap 

371. Havens & Geddes Co Dry goods, etc 

372. M. O'Connor & Co Tobacco, etc 

373. Western Union Telegraph Co Telegrams '. 

374. Albert R. Worm Lard 

375. Parke, Davis & Co Pound red gum lozenges 

376. Albert Gall 27 shades 

377. Hibben, Hollwey & Co Quilts, etc 

378. A. Burdsal Co Gasoline 

379. J. L. Reach Three boxes lemons 

380. E. F. Shideler & Co Potatoes, etc 1,303 30 

381. George F. Edenharter, Supt Expenses 

382. George F. Edenharter, Supt Main pay roll. May, 1904 

383. John Osterman 5,115 gallons milk 

384. Sch warzschild «fe Sulzberger Co Pork loins 

385. L. E. Morrison & Co Medical supplies 

386. Indianapolis Water Co Water rent 

387. Wulschner-Stewart Co Sheet music 

388. Badger Furniture Co .12 dozen arm chairs 

389. William Robinson Teams and men 

390. The National Ammonia Co Aqua ammonia 

391. C. H. McDowell Services as chaplain 

392. The Indianapolis Sentinel ^...Advertising 

393. Williams & Hunt Chip soap, sal soda.... 

394. Charles J. Gardner Beef '. 

395. Albert R. Worm Lard 

396. Kipp Bros. Co Gross spectacles, etc 

397. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Damask, 'etc 

398. Wm. H. Armstrong & Co Medical supplies 

399. Middleton Broom Works Brooms 

400. William Beck Pork loins 

401. Sander & Recker Furniture Co Tables 

402. The Indianapolis Gas Co Gas consumed 

403. Atlas Paper Mills Co Case toilet paper 

404. John B. Bright & Son , Coffee 

405. Vawter Hay and Grain Co Meal, etc 

406. The E. C. Dolmetsch Co Games 

407. Charles D. Pearson & Co Queensvrare, etc 

408. The A. Burdsal Co 10 gallons gasoline 

409. Albert Gall Papering 

410. Huntington & Page Seed corn 

411. The Indianapolis News Advertising 

412. Francke Hardware Co Hardware, etc 

413. Century Biscuit Co Crackers 

414. J. C. Perry & Co : Groceries, etc 

415. Standard Oil Co Oils 

416. Lion Compressed Yeast Co Yeast 

417. Indianapolis Abattoir Co Hams, bacon 

418. F.. G. Kamps Oyster and Fish Co Fish 

419. J. R. Budd Co Poultry, eggs 

420. Vonnegut Hardware Co Hardware, etc 

421. Techentin & Freiberg Harness fixtures 

422. Havens & Geddes Co Dry goods, towels,- etc 

423. A. B. Meyer & Co Coal and coke 

424. John Osterman Milk 

425. George T. Evans Flour 

426. George Hitz & Co Berries 

427. Indianapolis Telephone Co Rentals, tolls 

428. Western Union Telephone Co Telegrams 



Amount. 


'$142 85 


278 25 


■ 379 52 


44 59 


1 80 


146 61 


1 20 


34 05 


39 75 


75 


8 25 


1,303 30 


.537 95 


7,517 74 


562 65 


■517 49 


23 00 


12 83 


8 05 


342 00 


292 25 


39 78 


20 00 


1 80 


361 03 


2,011 87 


276 71 


34 33 


25 88 


12 30 


111 50 


381 49 


16 00 


17 16 


4 50 


608 44 


22 85 


14 80 


52 92 


1 50 


14 70 


3 18 


. 1 80 


19 75 


172 '40 


1,482 61 


89 50 


17 75 


655 27 


429 11 


250 05 


58 93 


3 25 


565 09 


672 05 


544 50 


768 00 


4 50 


22 60 


1 00 



69 
EXHIBIT ^To. 2— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

429. Armour & Co Butteriue $710 7? 

430. A. Kiefer Drug Co Aqua ammonia . ." 49 96 

431. Indianapolis Star Co Advertising ' 1 5g 

432. J. L. Keach Potatoes, etc 1,195 91 

433. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs 125 73 

434. M. O'Connor & Co Grocer sundries 788 14 

435. Central Union Telephone Co Rentals, tolls 57 S4 

436. George F. Bdenharter, Supt Expenses 460 22 

437. George F. Edenharter, Supt Main pay roll, June, 1904 7,529 34 

438. William Robinson Labor, hauling coal 109 25 

439. Samuel Lewis Matches 30 00 

440. John B. Bright & Son Tea 377 20 

441. The E. C. Dolmetsch Co Gross spectacles 18 00 

442. Vawter Hay and Grain Co Meal 21 60 

443. L. E. Morrison & Co Rubber blankets 127 50 

444. The Indianapolis News Advertising 14 80 

445. The Indianapolis Sentinel Co Advertising 13 80 

446. C. H. McDowell Services as minister -. . 25 00 

447. The Indianapolis Gas Co Gas 15 81 

448. Bobbs-Merrill Co Book , 3 50 

449. Central Rubber and Supply Co 500 feet rubber hose 5125 

450. Atlas Paper Mills Co Toilet paper 9 00 

451. The A. Burdsal Co Gasoline 75 

452. . George J. Mayer Stamps 2 50 

453. The Columbus Butter Co Butterine 583 20 

454. L. A-. Greiner & Son Attendance on horses 9 00 

455. Kipp Bros. Co Flags, mending, etc 13 00 

456. Albert Gall Papering, shades 29 61 

457. Charles G. Grab Barber supplies 15 65 

458. Webster E. Dietz Spring wheat flour 388 50 

459; The H. Lieber Co Picture material 12 92 

460. Tutewiler & Son Undertaking 2100 

461. Swift & Co Veal 320 21 

462. Nelson Morris & Co Beef 1,628 66 

463. Indianapolis Star Co Advertising 12 51 

464. ■ Century Biscuit Co Crackers 140 80 

465. F. G. Kamps Fish and Oyster Co Fish 494 40 

466. Williams & Hunt Chip soap 335 16 

467. Bausch & Lomb Optical Co Medical supplies 36 91 

468. A. B. Meyer & Co Coal 2,073 S3 

469. Havens & Geddes Co Dry goods, etc 83 70 

470. Daniel Stewart Co Drugs, etc 128 48 

471. J. R. Budd Co Eggs, poultry 185 70 

472. George T. Evans 140 barrels flour 637 00 

473. J. C. Perry & Co Groceries 910 SO 

474. George Hitz & Co Fresh fruit 100 00 

475. Indianapolis Abattoir Co Hams, lard, etc 83120 

476. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Quilts 131 12 

477. Charles D. Pearson & Co Queensware 121 93 

478. M. O'Connor & Co Grocer sundries 296 76 

479. Wm. B. Burford Stationery 225 72 

480. John Osterman Milk 562 65 

481. George F. Edenharter, Supt Expenses 651 58 

482. George F. Edenharter, Supt Main pay-roll, July, 1904 7,516 34 

483. Lion Compressed Yeast Co Yeast 17 50 

484. James L. Keach Potatoes, etc 965 72 

485. Indianapolis Chemical Co Disinfectant ^ 1^00 

456. Western Union Telegraph Co Telegrams 1^-'' 

457. AVilliam Robinson Work on lawn 39 50 

488. Albert M. Adams Services as trustee 10164 



70 



EXHIBIT No. 2— Continued. 



No. 
489. 
490. 
491. 
492. 
493. 
494. 
495. 
496. 
497. 
498. 
499. 
500. 
SOL. 
502. 
503. 
504. 
505. 
506. 
507. 
508. 
509. 
510. 
511. 
512. 
513. 
514. 
515. 
516. 
517. 
518. 
519. 
520. 
521. 
522. 
523. 
524. 
525. 
526. 
527. 
528. 
529. 
530. 
531. 
532. 
533. 
534. 
535. 
536. 
537. 
538. 
539. 
540. 
541. 
542. 
543. 
544. 
545. 
546. 
547. 
548. 



To Whom Paid. Claim. 

Eli Marvin Services as trustee 

The Columbus Butter Co Butterine 

Hutington & Page Florist supplies 

F. G. Kamps Fish and Oyster Co Fish 

Century Biscuit Co ...Crackers 

Waverly Oil Co Oils 

Williams & Hunt Chip soap 

Acme Milling Co Flour 

Charles J. Gardner Veal 

H. T. Conde Implement Co One wagon 

Ind. Industrial Home for Blind Men... Brooms 

The Indianapolis Gas Co Gas 

C. H. McDowell Services as chaplain 

Havens & Geddes Co Dry goods 

Lion Compressed Yeast Co Yeast 

A. Kiefer Drug Co Drugs, etc 

Joseph Gardner 12 Dozen buckets, etc 

Wulschner-Stewart Music Co Two music boxes, tune sheets. 

A. B. Meyer & Co Coal 

Louis E. Haag Vaccine virus 

Daniel Stewart Co '. Five dozen dusters 

John W. Coons Fire extinguishers 

Hibben, HoUweg & Co Towels, etc 

M. O'Connor & Co Canned goods, etc ' 

Francke Hardware Co Hardware, etc 

Vonnegut Hardware Co Hardware 

James L. Keach Watermelons, etc 

George Hitz & Co Potatoes, etc 

Hollweg & Reese Queensware 

Wm. B. Burf ord Stationery 

Parke, Davis & Co Medical supplies 

John Osterman Milk and hay 

Indianapolis Water Co...'. Water furnished 

Indianapolis Sentinel Co Advertising 

The Indianapolis Morning Star Co Advertising 

The Indianapolis News Advertising 

Sander & Recker Furniture Co Furniture 

J. R. Budd Co Poultry 

Indianapolis Abattoir Co Beef, hams, etc 

John B. Bright & Son Coffee 

Vawter Hay and Grain Co Meal 

Webster E. Dietz Flour 

George F. Edenharter, Supt Expenses 



George F. Edenharter, Supt Main pay roll, August, 1904 7,579 99 

Atlas Paper Mills Co Toilet paper 

A. Burdsal Co 15 gallons gasoline 

Charles D. Pearson & Co Queensware 

Kipp Bros. Co Playing cards, etc 

Western Union Telegraph Co Telegrams 

Wm. H. Armstrong & Co Medical supplies 

J. C. Perry & Co Groceries, etc 1,411 13 

Arthur Jordan Co Eggs 

The John Van Range Co 50 yards strainer cloth 

Kirkhoff Bros. Co Steam fitting work 

Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton R. R.. Weighing coal 

Boyd Mfg. Co Pruning shears 

Charles J. Aufderheide Carpenter work 

Kipp Bros. Co Ward supplies 

A. Booth & Co Fish 

Century Biscuit Co Crackers 



Amount. 


$84 50 


724 80 


3 16 


459 37 


147 80 


61 92 


344 07 


649 50 


449 16 


65 00 


104 00 


17 88 


20 00 


104 \ 


17 75 


302 06 


154 06 


116 00 


1,629 3? 


20 88 


35 00 


90 00 


38 83 


707 10 


107 09 


IB 33 


187 16 


652 76 


154 85 


849 10 


7 48 


657 47 


186 88 


1 80 


2 00 


1 77 


195 00 


7 50 


3,124 89 


579 29 


22 05 


257 50 


546- 27 


7,579 99 


9 00 


2 25 


35 96 


23 58 


2 09 


30 25 


1,411 13 


260 10 


20 00 


241 68 


19 00 


7 00 


509 00 


18 00 


546 60 


201 84 



71 



EXHIBIT No. 2— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. Claim. 
549. The Starr Piano Co Piano 



Amounl. 
$175 00 

550. C. W. Meiliel Co One etiandelier, etc 18 05 

551. Hibben, Hollweg «& Co Muslins, rubber blankets, etc 764 08 

552. A. Kief er Drug Co Drugs, etc 285 99 

553. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 15 12 

554. The Singer Mfg. Co Needles, etc 12 15 

555. Williams & Hunt Chip soap, etc 369 25 

556. L. W. Ott Mfg. Co 72 carpet lounges 468 00 

557. Charles J. Gardner Veal 346 63 

558. The Bobbs-Merrill Co Medical book 4 00 

559. A. Burdsal Co Gasoline, etc 475 

500. George J. Mayer Dater and pad 45 

561. Charles D. Pearson & Co Queensware 5599 

562. Harmon & Hall ". 800 5-gal. cans 296 00 

563. The Indianapolis Gas Co Gas light 18 78 

564. The John Van Range Co Kitchen furniture 99 03 

565. H. T. Hearsey Vehicle Co Rubber tires, etc 28 00 

566. Vawter Hay and Grain Co Meal, etc 45 80 

567. Webster B. Dietz Flour 312 50 

568. John B. Bright & Son Tea 255 53 

569. John W. Newman & Co Melons 72 00 

570. The Indianapolis Sentinel Advertising 2 82 

571. The Indianapolis Star Co Advertising 3 32 

572. The Indianapolis News Advertising 2 76 

573. Standard Oil Co Oils 45 OO 

574. C, II. & D. R Weighing coal 22 00 

575. J. R. Budd Co Eggs and poultry 267 80 

576. Sander & Recker Furniture Co Furniture 290 75 

577. Acme Milling Co Flour 784 00 

578. John Osterman Milk 544 50 

579. Albert Gall 49 shades and papering 79 49 

580. George F. Edenharter, Supt Expenses 525 80 

581. George F. Edenharter, Supt Main pay-roll, September, 1904.... 7,617 64 

582. Wm. B. Burford Stationery 143 49 

583. Wulschner-Stewart Music Co Sheet music 8 25 

584. American District Telegraph Co Messenger service 165 

5S5. Central Union Telephone Co Telephone rentals, etc 60 49 

586. New Telephone Co Telephone rentals, etc 21 85 

587. Western Union Telegraph Co Telegrams 116 

588. J. C. Perry & Co Groceries, etc 1,392 05 

589. Indianapolis Water Co Water rent 105 63 

590. James L. Keach ....Potatoes, etc 724 69 

591. Badger Furniture Co Office furniture 130 50 

592. A. B. Meyer & Co Coal 1,358 97 

593. Wm. H. Armstrong & Co Medical supplies 14 60 

594. Havens & Geddes Co..: 20 boxes tape 3 53 

595. M. O'Connor & Co..... Tobacco, etc 254 50 

596. Frank E. Janes Corn 134 00 

597. Lion Compressed Yeast Co 70 lbs. yeast 17 50 

598. Louis E. Haag Vaccine lymph 6 96 

599. Francke Hardware Co Hardware 12 76 

600. George Hitz & Co Fresh fruit, etc 37 75 

601. Vonnegut Hardware Co Hardware ■ 12 63 

602. Swift & Co Butterine 596 90 

603. Tutewiler & Son Undertaking • 28 00 

604 Indianapolis Abattoir Co Beef hams, etc 2,327 40 

005. William Robinson Building roadway 23187 

606. C. H. McDowell Services as chaplain 20 00 

607. Schering & Glatz Nine dozen Creolin soap 1158 

608. The Indianapolis News Advertising 2 16 



r: - 72 

EXHIBIT No. 2— Continued. 

Ko. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amoiinl. 

609. The Indianapolis Star Co Advertising $160 

610. Tlie Indianapolis Sentinel ..Advertising 180 

611. The Indianapolis Gas Co Gas consumed 17 16 

612. Ind. Industrial Home for Blind Men.. Brooms 108 00 

613. The Starr Tiano Co Pianos 350 00 

614. Wulschner-Stewart Music Co Music box, etc .- 58 00 

615. Techentin & Preigerg Harness fixtures 5 35 

616. Parke, Davis & Co Medical supplies 2 00 

617. Lilly & Stalnaker Hardware 24 00 

618. J. Ellwood Lee Co Medical supplies 245 56 

619. Standard Oil Co Oils 32 75 

620. John B. Bright & Son Coffee, etc 578 65 

621. Humane Restraint Co Mitts, etc :... 198 00 

622. John O'Neill Rye flour 24 00 

623. V. Bachman Flour 360 00 

624. Acme Milling Co Flour 838 40 

625. Vawter Hay and Grain Co Meal 19 20 

626. Worrell Mfg. Co Disinfectant 20 00 

627. The "Sanitas" Co., Ltd 20 boxes soap 100 00 

628. L. E. Morrison & Co Three pair gloves 4 05 

629. L. A. Greiner Veterinary services 7 50 

630. E.O.Robinson '. Baled straw :.... 76 42 

631. Hurty-Francis Pharmacy Co Five gr. chlor. gold 75 

632. Indianapolis Water Co Water for boilers 12116 

6.33. Charles G. Grab Barber supplies 18 00 

6.34. Charles D. Pearson & Co Vases 9 15 

635. The Bobbs-Merrill Co Medical books 9 00 

636. Atlas Paper Mills Company Toilet paper 9 00 

637. H. T. Hearsey Vehicle Co Mending phaeton 8 00 

63S. A. Burdsal Co Gasoline 75 

639. L. W. Ott Mfg. Co 72 lounges 468 00 

640. Williams & Hunt Chip soap 331 31 

641. Wm. H. Armstrong & Co Medical supplies 80 

642. Charles J. Aufderheide Shelving done, etc -... 182 00 

643. Albert Gall Rugs, papering, etc 118 70 

644. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Muslins, etc 227 76 

645. Francke Hardware Co Hardware 40 20 

646 Tutewiler & Son Undertaking 14 00 

647. Century Biscuit Co Crackers 156 92 

648. C. H. McDowell Services as chaplain 25 00 

649. C, H. & D. R. R Weighing coal 64 00 

650. Hollweg & Reese Queensware 168 20 

651. James L. Keach Fruit 134 20 

652. John W. Neuman & Co Potatoes, etc 374 96 

653. E. F. Shideler & Co Sweet potatoes, etc 287 83 

654. J. R. Budd Company Eggs and poultry 300 20 

655. Kipp Bros. Co Ward supplies 24 40 

656. A. Kief er Drug Co Drugs 181 74 

657. George Hitz & Co Fruit, etc 173 65 

658. Lion Compressed Yeast Co Yeast 16 38 

659. Charles J. Gardner 208 lbs. veal 20 80 

66i). Havens & Geddes Co 614% yds. scrim 43 03 

661. A. Booth & Co Fish 443 90 

662. J. C. Perry & Co Groceries, etc 1,624 00 

663. Wm. B. Burford Stationery 197 60 

664. Indianapolis Abattoir Co Beef, hams, etc 2,765 09 

665. A. B. Meyer & Co Coal 2,352 20 

666. John Osterman Milk 562 65 

667. Eli Marvin Expenses as trustee 91 35 

668. Fremont Good wine Expenses as trustee 200 00 



13 
EXHIBIT No. 2— Continued. 

No. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

669. Simon P. Neidigh Street car fares $40 OC 

670. Armour & Company Butterine 741 12 

671. AVestern Union Telegraph Co Telegrams 77 

672. New Teleplione Co Tolls 45 

673. Central Union Teleplione Co Tolls 2 50 

074. George P. Edenharter, Supt Expenses 732 32 

675. George P. Edenharter, Supt Main pay-roll for October, 1904.... 7,493 76 

676. Albert M. Adams Services as trustee 95 80 



Total $292,957 88 

Less cash in contingent fund 2,000 00 



Sum total from maintenance fund $290,957 88 



EXHIBIT No. 3. 



VOUCHERS OF EXrENDITURES PAID FROM REPAIR FUND 
DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

No. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

1 The Sinker-Davis Co Repairs made '$24 80 

2. Anderson Bruner Sewer work 12 00 

3. Central Supply Co Packing, etc 51 00 

4. Esta F. Culbertson Repairs, shoeing, etc 38 55 

5. The J. C. Burkhart Co Painting 93 00 

6. Fi'ed H. Laakmann ;... Covering dry well ■ 8 50 

7. Daniel Stewart Co Painters' supplies 13115 

8. Joseph Gardner Tinners' stock 90 65 

9. Robert L. McOuat Repair material 5 32 

10. George P. Edenharter, Supt Repair payroll, November, 1903... 386 10 

11. Knight & Jillson Co Repair material 78 84 

12. Hatfield Electric Co Repairs and material 83 45 

13. Christian Off & Co Repair roof greenhouse 554 00 

14. Esta F. Culbertson Repairs, shoeing, etc 45 35 

15. Michigan Lumber Co Lumber 65 10 

16. Clarke & Sons Plumbing 126 87 

17. Harmon & Hall Repair material, etc 195 00 

18. Robert L. McOuat Electric light supplies 15 73 

19. Remington Typewriter Co Repair typewriter 4 68 

20. Geo. P. Edenharter, Supt Repair pay-roll, December, 1903... 380 00 

21. Charles P. Wehking & Co Brick work, etc 28 00 

22. D. V. Reedy & Co Repair elevator 11 50 

23. The Sinker-Davis Co Repairs, etc 57 SO 

24. American Laundry Machinery Co Material for laundry 11 50 

25. Daniel Stewart Co Paint supplies, etc 188 37 

26. Knight & Jillson Co Material for repairs, etc 109 46 

27. KirkhofE Bros. Co Plumbing 986 88 

28. General Electric Co Electric repairs, etc 9 40 

29. Duckwall-Harmon Rubber & Sup. Co. . 160 Shelby lamps 26 40 

30. Robert L. McOuat Electric light repairs 8 35 

31 Knight & Jillson Co Engineers' supplies 190 35 

32. Joseph Gardner Tinners' stock 23 10 

33. American Laundry Machinery Co Laundry repairs 10 88 

34. Prancke Hardware Co Repair material, etc. 



25 32 



35. Christian Off C& Co Repair greenhouse 647 00 



74 
EXHIBIT No. 3— Continued. 

ffo. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

36. Esta F. Culbertson Repairs, shoeing, etc $40 (iO 

37. George F. Edenharter, Supt Repair pay-roll, January, 1904 404 60 

38. Kirkhoff Bros. & Co .Plumbing 560 51 

39. Joseph Gardner ' Repair material 16 55 

40. Hide, Leather & Belting Co Repair belt 6 60 

41. The American Laundry Machinery Co. Laundry repairs 114 

42. Esta F. Culbertson Repairs, shoeing, etc 27 40 

43. Knight & Jillson Co Plumbing material, etc 188 87 

44. Robert L. McOuat 200 yds. lamp cord 1188 

45. Daniel Stewart Co Glass 104 05 

46. George F. Edenharter, Supt Repair pay-roll, February, 1904.... 383 35 

47. Anderson Bniner Repairs sewer, etc 10 00 

48. Balke & Krauss Co Lumber 219 50 

49. Kirkhoff Bros. & Co Plumbing 430 75 

50. The Stirling Co 48 manhole gaskets 12 00 

51. The Sinker-Davis Co Repairs machinery 336 20 

52. Simplex Electric Heating Co Electric light material 33 75 

53. The American Laundry Machinery Co. Two sets duck for mangle 24 40 

54. General Electric Co 400 lamps 68 00 

55. Robert L. McOuat. Electric supplies 16 26 

56. Central Supply Co Engineers' supplies 146 15 

57. Esta F. Culbertson Repairs, shoeing, etc 3155 

58. Knight & Jillson Co Two doz. bath washers 2 50 

59. George F. Edenharter, Supt Repair pay-roll, March, 1904 393 50 

60. Kirkhoff Bros. & Co Plumbing, etc 828 62 

61. Anderson Bruner Repair sewers 36 00 

62. Balke & Krauss Co ;.. Lumber for repairs 130 62 

63. Joseph Gardner Tinners' supplies 82 40 

64. General Electric Co 400 lamps for repairs 68 00 

65. Michigan Lumber Co Lumber for repairs 167 00 

66. The LaFrance Fire Engine Co Repairs 10 35 

67. The Stirling Co Boiler repairs 30 87 

68. Henry Vogt Machine Co Repairs, etc — 36 25 

69. Esta F. Culbertson Repairs, shoeing, etc 37 95 

70. Knight & Jillson Co Plumbing supplies 93 51 

7L Christian Off & Co Changing pipes, etc 70 40 

72. Charles McGarvey Repairs 34 50 

73. Daniel Stewart Co ..Glass for repairs 53 00 

74. Hatfield Electric Co Electric work 300 45 

75. Kirkhoff Bros. & Co Steam fitting and plumbing 957 95 

76. Hatfield Electric Co Electric work 19 06 

77. George P. Edenharter, Supt Repair pay-roll, April, 1904 397 40 

78. Joseph Gardner Tinners' supplies 89 35 

79. General Electric Co 400 Edison lamps, etc 94 00 

80. Hatfield Electric Co Repajrs, etc 15 20 

81. A. Kiefer Drug Co Painters' supplies 113 75 

82. Knight & Jillson Co Repair material 101 47 

83. George F. Edenharter, Supt Repair pay-roll, May, 1904 400 00 

84. The Singer Mfg. Co Repair machines 4 25 

85. Esta F. Culbertson Repairs, shoeing, etc 44 80 

86. Fred H. Laakman Repairs at gate, etc 139 50 

87. Jerry Redding Repairs, materials 162 11 

88. Central Supply Co Repair material 112 89 

89. Kirkhoff Bros. & Co Repair material 150 29 

90. The WeStinghouse Machine Co Repair material 58 42 

91. D. V. Reedy & Co Repair material 62 92 

92. Woollen & Gallon Repair work 23 00 

93. Hide, Leather and Belting Co Belting, etc 45 89 

94. F. H. Cheyne Electric Co Oil rings 15 02 

95. Joseph Gardner Tinners' supplies 95 85 



75 
EXHIBIT No. 3— Continued. 

A'o. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

96. Hatfield Electric Co — Repair material $23 16 

97. Esta F. Culbertson Repairs, shoeing, etc 48 10 

98. Daniel Stewart Co Repair material 213 26 

99. Anderson Bruner Sewer repairs 7 50 

100. The Stirling Co Repair material 12 50 

101. Fred H. Laakmann Work on gas holder 200 00 

102. George F. Edenharter, Supt Repair pay-roll, June, 1904 395 15 

103. Balke & Krauss Co Lumber 79 50 

104. The Westinghouse Machine Co Repair material 28*88 

105. A. Schiffling & Son Sharpening mowers, etc .-. 16 00 

106. Joseph Gardner Tinners' supplies 46 50 

107. The Sinker-Davis Co Repairs 2 60 

108. The American Laundry Machinery Co. Repairs for laundry 79 20 

109. The Stirling Company Repairs for boilers 125 

110. Charles F. Wehking & Co Repairs 19 30 

111. Knight & Jillson Co _. Repair material 4 95 

112. Vonnegut Hardware Co Wire cloth, twine, etc 20187 

113. Charles Krauss Driven well pump 6 50 

114. Daniel Stewart Co 1,000 white lead 65 00 

115. Hatfield Electric Co Repair material 14 12 

116. Esta F. Culbertson Repairs, shoeing, etc 33 25 

117. George F. Edenharter, Supt Repair pay-roll, July, 1904 367 75 

118. Clarke & Sons Plumbing 275 00 

119. The Sinker-Davis Co Repairs 20 60 

120. Balke & Krauss Co Lime for repairs 4 40 

121. The American Laundry Machinery Co. Repairs for laundry 15 40 

122. The Westinghouse Machine Co Repairs, etc 1175 

123. General Electric Co Lamps, etc., for repairs 63 05 

124 Chapman Valve Mfg. Co One 6-In. plug repairs 4 30 

125. Knight & Jillson Co Plumbing supplies, etc 347 94 

126. A. Kiefer Drug Co Painters' supplies 124 00 

127. George F. Edenharter, Supt Repair pay-roll, August, 1904 363 80 

128. Esta F. Culbertson Shoeing, repairs 30 40 

129. A. Schiffling & Son Repair mowers 9 50 

130. Hide, Leather and Belting Co Repair belts 36 67 

131. Hatfield Electric Co Repair electric lines 666 12 

132. Pioneer Brass Works Brass castings 28 07 

133. A. Kiefer Drug Co 1,000 lbs. Eagle lead 64 00 

134. Central Supply Co Repair material 110 73 

135. Daniel Stewart Co Glass for repairs 3 28 

136. Hatfield Electric Co ._ Electric repairs 5 35 

137. Balke & Krauss Co ,.. Lumber, etc 154 00 

138. Joseph Gardner 100 lbs. solder 22 50 

139. The American Laundry Machinery Co. Repairs for laundry 10 90 

140. Trus. Stilwell-Brice & Smith-Vaile Co. Plunger for pump 56 75 

14L Knight & Jillson Co Repair material 4 62 

142. Kirkhoff Bros. & Co Repairs, materials 145 54 

143. The Sinker-Davis Co Repair material 122 70 

144. The Stirling Co Boiler repairs 47 30 

145. George F. Edenharter, Supt Repair pay-roll, September, 1904.. 377.25 

146. Esta F. Culbertson Repairs, shoeing 34 85 

147. Vonnegut Hardware Co Repair material 2 81 

148. The Singer Mfg. Co Repairs on machines 25 

149. The Sinker-Davis Co Repair boilers, etc 104 93 

150. Indianapolis Stove Co Stove repairs 

151. William Ehrick Repair stoves 

152. Frank Peschat Repair kraut cutte 

153. Knight & Jillson Co Repair material 47 16 

154. Anderson Bruner Sewer work 



1 90 
13 66 
24 80 



23 00 



155. A Kiefer Drug Co Painters' supplies 100 94 



76 
EXHIBIT No. 3— Continued. 

.Vo. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

156. Hatfield Electric Co Electric repairs $6 IC 

157. The Sinker-Davis Co Work on boilers 7 20 

158. Joseph Gardner Repair material 165 75 

159. Esta P. Culbertson Shoeing, repairs 23 45 

160. George F. Bdenharter, Supt Repair pay-roll, October, 1904 389 00 

161. The Stirling Co ". Boiler repairs 35 35 

162. William Robinson Grading grounds, etc 551 75 

Total from repair fund $19,802 71 



EXHIBIT No. 4. 



VOUCHERS OF EXPENDITURES PAID FROM CLOTHING FUND 
DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

>o. To Whom Paid. Claim. . Amount. 

1. Havens & Geddes Co Flannels, etc $260 67 

2. L. E. Morrison & Co Rubber boots and coats 187 50 

3. Nathan Plant & Co 100 pairs shoes 99 00 

4. George F. Edenharter, Supt Clothing pay-roll, November, 1903. 168 55 

5. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Dry goods, etc 773 06 

6. Stout's Factory Shoe Store Co Shoes and slippers 205 50 

7. Peter Nutz Mending shoes 16 80 

8. Peter Nutz Mending shoes 9 80 

9. Nathan Plant & Co Shoes 265 50 

10. L. E. Morrison & Co Rubber boots and coats 22 70 

11. George F. Bdenharter, Supt Clothing pay-roll, December, 1903. 173 77 

12. Fred W. Eppert Shoes -.. 232 30 

13. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Christmas goods 10170 

14. Stout's Factory Shoe Store Co Shoes 6 00 

13. L. E. Morrison & Co Rubber boots and coats ~. 19 05 

16. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Suspenders, socks, etc 430 70 

17. Peter Nutz Mending shoes 16 50 

15. Havens «& Geddes Co Dry goods, etc 442 91 

19. J. A. Ehrensperger & Co Shoes 3 50 

20. George F. Edenharter, Supt Clothing pay-roll, January, 1904.... 170 48 

21. Nathan Plant & Co 100 pairs ladies shoes 99 00 

22. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Dry goods, etc ; 505 29 

23. L. E. Morrison & Co Rubber boots 6 00 

24. Havens & Geddes Co Shoe laces, combs, etc 25 98 

25. Bliss, Swain & Co 101 suits clothing 606 00 

26. George F. Edenharter, Supt Clothing pay roll, February, 1904.. 173 75 

27. Peter Nutz Mending shoes - . . . 18 50 

28. Nathan Plant & Co 50 pairs ladies' shoes 51 00 

29. L. B. Morrison & Co Rubber boots, etc 8 50 

30. Havens & Geddes Co ^100 pairs pants, etc 406 22 

31. Peter Nutz TMending shoes 22 10 

32. George F. Bdenharter, Supt ., Clothing pay-roll, March, 1904 166 33 

33. Stout's Factory Shoe Store Co 100 pairs shoes 107 50 

34. L. Strauss & Co 100 suits clothing 600 00 

35. Fred W. Eppert 100 pairs shoes 112 50 

36. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Shoe laces, etc "^ 45 00 

37. Nathan Plant & Co 100_ pairs slippers • 102 50 

38. Peter Nutz Mending shoes 10 20 

39. Havens & Geddes Co Dry goods, etc 445 13 



77 



EXHIBIT >s^o. 4— Continued. 

To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

George F. Edenharter, Supt Clothing pay-roll, April, 1904 $172 73 

41 A. P. Hendrickson Hat Co 24 dozen hats 216 00 

42. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Dry goods and notions ^-f ?•• 

43. George F. Edenharter, Supt Clothing pay-roll, May, 1904 175 2o 

44. Peter Nutz - • Mending shoes 15 40 

45. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Muslin 48 38 

46. Nathan Plant & Co Shoes and slippers 118 38 

Havens & Geddes Co Dry goods, etc 357 07 

George F. Edenharter, Supt Clothing pay-roll, June, 1904 172 00 

Peter Nutz Mending shoes 13 95 



No. 
40. 



47, 



49. 



120 00 

51. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Pants, socks, collars, etc -<9 47 

52. Nathan Plant & Co : 100 slippers l"^ &" 

53. Havens & Geddes Co Brushes, socks, etc I'y.w 

54 George P. Edenharter, Supt Clothing pay-roll, July, 1904 170 ^b 

55. Peter Nutz Mending shoes 11^5 

56. Nathan Plant & Co 100 shoes .■.■■■■ »» "J 

57 George F. Edenharter, Supt Clothing pay-roll, August, 1904 176 50 

58. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Dry goods bD^ ^' 

59. L. Strauss & Co 100 suits clothing 600 00 

60. Peter Nutz Mending shoes ij ^J 

61. Hibben. Hollweg & Co Dry goods, etc ^"^ ' 

62. L. E. Morrison & Co Rubber boots ^^^ ^ 

63. J. A. Ehrensperger & Co ...Shoes \\" ^" ' I" "^L' ' iw\'i 17'S 55 

64. George F. Edenharter, Supt Clothing pay-roll, September, 1904. 175 5 

65. Havens & Geddes Co 1,0S2 yards flannel l^^ i« 

66. Peter Nutz Mending shoes ^J^ ^^ 

67. J. A. Ehrensperger. & Co Shoes 

68. Peter Nutz Mending shoes ^^^ ^^ 

69. Hibben, Hollweg & Co Dry goods, etc ^^^ ^^ 

70. Havens & Geddes Co Clothing V/'XTh-l,'.' iqni"" 172 00 

71 George F. Edenharter, Supt Clothing pay-roll, October, 1904. . . . __n2_0« 

. . $13,380 07 

Total from clothing fund 



EXHIBIT Xo. 5. 



VOUCHERS OP EXPENDITURES PAID FROM LAUNDRY ADDI- 
TION FUND DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 
OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Claim Amount. 

"": 0M,,e. . ?„"Xif: w.... ..»---- ;:: "S™ 

2. AdCp-SCerre, P-— ' — -;;■■;; -^^^ 

Total from laundry addition fund 



EXHIBIT No. 6. 



V^OUCHERS OP EXPENDITURES PAID FROM PAINTING FUND 
DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

No. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

1. Joseph R. Adams Painting, etc $219 50 

2. F. J. Mack & Co Painting 512 35 

3. Joseph R. Adams Painting wards, etc 3,184 00 

4. J. H. Ballman Painting 856 00 



Total from painting fund $4,77185 



EXHIBIT Xo. 7. 



VOUCHERS FOR EXPENDITURES PAID FROM NEW BOILER 

PLANT FUND DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 

OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

No. To Whom Paid. Claim. Amount. 

1. Thomas G. Smith Services rendered , $129 25 

2. Thomas G. Smith Services rendered 300 00 

3. Thomas G. Smith _. Expenses 76 00 

4. Joseph McWilliams & Co On account ..t 11,386 76 

5. Joseph McWilliams & Co On account 1,600 00 

6. Thomas G. Smith Expenses 67 70 

7. Joseph McWilliams & Co New boiler plant 10,158 50 

8. Joseph McWilliams & Co Contract, coal conveyor, etc 1,183 04 

9. Thomas G. Smith Services rendered 300 00 

10. Thomas G. Smith Traveling expenses 52 45 

11. Joseph McWilliams & Co Time running plant, etc 1,305 12 

12. Joseph McWilliams & Co Changing pipes and balances 11,042 65 

13. Joseph McWilliams & Co Work, boiler house, etc 77 96 

14. Joseph McWilliams & Co Time running plant, etc 585 77 

15. Thomas G. Smith Balance contract 117 25 



Total from new boiler plant fund ' $38,382 45 



V9 



EXHIBIT No. 8. 



TRIAL BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1904, CENTRAL INDIANA 
HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 

Central Indiana Hospital for Insane $2,295,834 19 

Real estate $1,634,250 00 

Personal property 287,955 35 

Maintenance 9,675 76 

Repair 197 29 

Clothing 19 93 

Laundry addition ; 1,963 30 

Painting • 228 15 

New boiler plant 1,617 55 

Subsistence 111,574 50 

Clothing 965 93 

Repair material 22,059 33 

Ward supplies 3,384 34 

Laundry supplies 5,619 85 

Engineer supplies 661 19 

Medical supplies 2,718 94 

House furnishing 16,405 51 

Light 320 58 

Fuel ' 38,679 44 

Salaries and wages 105,355 33 

Newspapers, library, etc. 641 21 

Telephoae, telegraph, etc 346 41 

Stable provender, etc 1,834 72 

Incidental expenses 3,388 09 

Permanent improvement 43,419 15 

Fire department 100 35 

Stationery 2,053 72 

Water 2,330 13 

Eli Marvin 2,271 18 

Earnings '. 2,271 IS 

$2,299,071 30 $2,299,071 30^ 



80 
EXHIBIT No. 9. 



LIST OF ACCOUNTS WITH SUNDRY COUNTIES FOR CLOTHING 

AND UNDERTAKING ISSUED TO PATIENTS DURING THE 

FISCAL YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Allen County ■ $2 80 

Bartholomew County 347 05 

Benton County 141 45 

Boone County 160 25 

Brown County 101 25 

Carroll County 192 55 

Clark County . 253 00 

Clay County 3G3 00 

Clinton County 299 70 

Crawford County 9 70 

Daviess County 12 45 

Dearborn County 371 65 

Dubois County 8 30 

Floyd County 422 65 

Fountain County 233 00 

Greene County 9 20 

Hamilton County 237 70 

Hancock County 192 75 

Hendricks County 330 75 

Howard County 164 05 

Huntington County 21 95 

Harrison County 1 80 

Jackson County 434 50 

Jefferson County 237 05 

Jennings County 144 65 

Johnson County 150 30 

Knox County 1 00 

Lagrange County 50 

Laporte County 24 15 

Lawrence County 241 05 

Monroe County • . . . . 270 50 

Montgomery County , 199 85 

Morgan County 171 05 

Marion County 3,185 05 

Martin County 18 10 

Noble County 26 00 

Ohio County , 43 45 

Owen County 171 25 

Perry County 5 55 

Pike County 9 20 

Parke County 194 05 

Putnam County 198 65 

Ripley County 279 40 



81 
EXHIBIT No. 9— Continued. 



Spencer County .... 
Sullivan County . . . 
Steuben County .... 
St. Joseph County . . 

Scott County 

Shelby County 

Switzerland County 
Tippecanoe County . 

Tipton County 

Vermillion County . 

Vigo County 

Warren County .... 
Washington County 



^5 


80 


2 


60 


11 


40 


1 


40 


35 


15 


321 


30 


191 


90 


561 


75 


161 


80 


55 40 


858 60 


102 


60 


212 


80 




— $12,404 80 



EXHIBIT No. 10. 



VALUE OF THE HOSPITAL PRODUCT RAISED DURING THE 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

432 barrels cabbage at 75c. $324 00 

80 barrels cabbage at 60c 48 00 

16 barrels beets at $2 32 00 

447 bushels beets at 50c 223 50 

18 dozen bunches beets at 20c 3 60 

10 dozen bunches beets at 12c 1 20 

3,408 pumpkins at 2c 68 16 

44 bunches celery at 30c 13 20 

34 barrels winter onions at 20c 68 00 

112 barrels winter onions at $1.50 168 00 

27 dozen bunches winter onions at 15c 4 05 

90 barrels spring onions at $2 180 00 

15 dozen spring onions at 15c 2 25 

25 dozen spring onions at 12c 3 00 

76 bushels dry onions at $1 76 00 

219 bushels dry onions at 75c 164 25 

2 barrels pie plant at $2 4 00 

35 dozen pie plant at 20c "^ f*^ 

35 dozen pie plant at 12c 4 20 

110 barrels pie plant at $1.50 ' 165 00 

45 dozen bunches radishes at 20c 9 00 

25 dozen bunches radishes at 12c ^ 3 00 

12 dozen bunches radishes at 10c 1 20 

9 barrels radishes at $2 18 00 

8 bushels lettuce at $1.25 10 00 

50 bushels lettuce at $1 •'• ■ '^0 00 

6— Central Insane. 



82 



EXHIBIT No. 10— Continued. 

104 bushels lettuce at 50c $52 00 

58 bushels peas at 90c - 52 20 

32 bushels greens at 75c 24 00 

6 dozen head cauliflower at $1.50 9 00 

6 dozen head cauliflower at $1.25 7 50 

4 dozen head cauliflower at $1 • 4 00 

51 bushels string beans at 75c 38 25 

198 bushels string beans at $1 198 00 

104 bushels string beans at 50c 52 00 

17 gallons lima beans at 90c 15 30 

210 dozen bunches oyster plant at 10c 21 00 

42 bushels tomatoes at $2 '. 84 00 

853 bushels tomatoes at 50c. 426 50 

2,000 bushels tomatoes at 35c 700 00 

332 bushels green tomatoes at 20c 66 40 

15 dozen cucumbers at 20c 3 00 

948 dozen cucumbers at 8c 75 .84 

27 dozen egg plant at 75c 20 25 

3,207 dozen green corn at 8c '256 56 

6 dozen mango peppers at 5c 30 

48 dozen red peppers at 2c 96 

11,800 cucumbers for pickles at 20c per 100 23 60 

53 barrels muskmelons at $1.50. * 79 50 

2 barrels sage at $2 4 00 

125 bushels turnips at 50c 62 50 

45 barrels kraut at $7 315 00 

160 barrels parsnips at $1.50 240 00 

20 bushels onion sets at $1 20 00 

150 shocks corn fodder at 20c 30 00 



EXHIBIT ^0. 11. 



t,532 27 



SALES OF DISCARDED PROPERTY AND PROCEEDS PAID INTO 

STATE TREASURY DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 

ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Date. To Whom Sold. Property Sold. Amount. 

1903. 

Nov. 2. H.Cohen 16 old barrels $4 40 

2. J. R. Budd Co 75 old boxes 3 75 

■ " 3. John Merrott 3 old jars 15 

6. A. Alexander 134 old boxes 5 28 

" 10. H. Bauman 4 old boxes 1 00 

" 10. W. H. Cole 50 pumpkins 50 

" 12. J.Jones 2 old boxes 50 

" 16. N. M. McNealy 1 old key 25 

" 19. Wm. Robinson 2 old barrels 50 

•• 24. John Smith 3 old barrels ?5 

'■ 24. J. H. Young 2 old boxes 50 



83 
EXHIBIT No. 11— Continued. 

Date. To Whom Sold. Properly Sold. Amount 

1903. 

Nov. 25. E. F. Culbertson 4 old mantels $100 

30. J. R. Budd Co 100 old boxes 5 OO 

30. "W. S. Johnson 362 old barrels at 16c 57 92 

30. W. S. Johnson 5 old kegs at 10c 50 

1. D.H.Darnell Slops for month November, 1903... 30 00 

30. D. H. Darnell Slops for month December, 1903... 30 00 

30. Wm. Woesner 2,025 pounds old rags at $1.25 25 30 

11. Chas. Bailey 1 old horse 25 00 

30. H. Cohen 3,100 pounds bones at 50c 15 50 

30. H. Cohen 884 pounds grease at $3.25 28 70 

30. H. Cohen 2.400 pounds cast iron at 40c 9 60 

1. A. Alexander 53 old boxes 1 79 

1. A. Alexander 18 old kegs 90 

1. H. Cohen 24 old barrels. 5 80 

15. John Jones 1 old barrel 50 

24. A. Bauman T 1 old barrel 50 

30. A. Alexander 120 old boxes 4 00 

30. A. Alexander 14 old kegs 70 

31. H. Cohen 15 old barrels 3 95 

31. W. S.Johnson .372 old barrels 59 52 

31. D. H. Darnell Slops for month January, 1904 30 00 

31. H. Cohen 512 pounds old grease at $3.75 19 20 

31. H. Cohen 2,125 pounds old rags, $1.52i/2 32 40 

1904. 

Jan. 4. W.S.Johnson 13| old barrels 2192 

" 14. W. S. Johnson. 108 old barrels 17 28 

" 22. A.Alexander 10 old kegs 50 

" 22. A.Alexander 71 old small boxes 3 60 

" 22. W.S.Johnson 122 old barrels 19 52 

" 29. H.Cohen 18 old barrels 3 60 

" 29. V. Boyce 1 old door 50 

" 29. W. M. Pearson 40 old baskets 1 20 

" 30. D.H.Darnell Slops for month February, 1904.... 30 00 

'" 30. H. Cohen 800 pounds old grease at $3.75 30 00 

" 30. H.Cohen 1,200 pounds old rags at $1.52y2 19 06 

Feb. 4. S. Schuck 1 old barrel 50 

9. John Williams 61 old boxes 2 20 

" 10. W. E. Watson 1 old horse 25 00 

" 11. W.S.Johnson 132 old barrels 2112 

" 23. W. Davis 1 old barrel and nails 75 

" 24. W.S.Johnson 127 old barrels 20 32 

" 25. W.S.Johnson 123 old barrels 19 68 

" 29. John Williams 76 old boxes 2 95 

" 29. D.H.Darnell Slops for month, March, 1904 36 00 

" 29. H. Cohen 993 pounds old grease at $3.75 37 23 

" '29. H. Cohen 2,150 pounds old rags at $1.52yo 32 77 

" 29. H. Cohen 9,325 pounds old bones at 55c 51 25 

Mar. 2. H. Cohen 16 old barrels 3 65 

4. D. H. Darnell 1 old box • 

" 14. W. S. Johnson 135 old barrels 

" 18. John Williams 126 old boxes 

" 22. John Rife 1 old box 

'• 24. Williams & Hunt 23 old sal soda kegs 

" 26. E. Tomlinson 1 old barrel 

" 28. W. S. Johnson 124 old barrels 

'- 28. John Williams 44 old boxes 

■ 30. H. Cohen 19 old barrels 

• 30. H. Cohen 1,230 pounds old grease at $3.75... 

■' 30. H. Cohen 1,500 pounds old rags at $1.521/2. . . . 



25 
2 60 

4 95 
20 

2 70 

50 

19 84 

1 54 

5 30 
46 12 
22 88 



84 
EXHIBIT IN^o. 11— Continued. 

Date. To Whom Sold. Property Sold. Amount. 
1904. 

Apr. 5. H. Cohen Old papers $150 

5. H. Cohen ■ 6 old barrels 135 

6. B. Cassell 8 old small boxes 20 

" 14. W.S.Johnson 140 old barrels 22 40. 

" 14. W. S. Johnson 2 old small boxes 20 

" 15. W. S. Johnson 100 old barrels 16 00 

" 20. Williams & Hunt 11 sal soda kegs 125 

" 26. H.Cohen 12 old barrels 2 55 

" 26. R. S. Camplin 32 berry crates 160 

" 27. R. S. Camplin 198 small boxes 8 05 

" 27. R. S. Camplin Old hoops 35 

" 29. W.S.Johnson 133 old barrels 2128 

1. D.H.Darnell ,....' Slops for month April, 1904 34 72 

" 29. D.H.Darnell Slops for month May, 1904 34 73 

" 30. H. Cohen ; . 1,800 pounds old rags at $1.52% 27 40 

" 30. H. Cohen 500 pounds old grease at $3.75 18 60 

May 3. Peter Wynn 2 bushels refuse corn 50 

4. D. H. Darnell 1 old keg 25 

" 11. John Jones 1 old keg 25 

" 18. E. Rife 157 old boxes 6 42 

" 19. Chas. Read 2 old chairs 50 

" 20. Williams & Hunt 13 old kegs 150 

" 26. H.Cohen 19 old barrels 7 75 

" 26. John Jones Old carpet 30 

" 27. M. C. Watters 1 old box 10 

" 27. S. W. Johnson 316 old barrels 50 56 

" 30. D.H.Darnell Slops for month May, 1904. 34 40 

5. Eli Marvin Balance not called for 120 

" 31. H. Cohen 1,900 pounds bones at 55c 10 45 

" 31. H.Cohen 2,850 pounds rags at $1.52y2 43 32 

" 31. H. Cohen 288 pounds tea lead at $3.50 10 08 

" Sl.^'H. Cohen 1,380 pounds grease at $3.75 5175 

June 3. P. Wynn 1 old table 25 

" 4. Charles Davis 1 old box 10 

" 6. R. S. Champlin 5 berry crates 25 

7. H. Cohen Paper and bottles 1 50 

7. H.Cohen 7 old barrels 190 

" 10. E. Rife 110 old boxes 4 00 

" 14. George Killdon Old rubber and chairs 175 

" 15. Williams & Hunt 12 sal soda kegs 145 

" 15. J. R. Budd Co 70 old boxes 3 50 

'■ 18. E. F. Culbertson 3 old barrels 100 

" 25. R. S. Champlin 10 berry crates 50 

" 27. G.W.White 3 old boxes and wheelbarrow 135 

" 29. E. Rife 110 old boxes 4 10 

" 29. W.S.Johnson 341 old barrels 54 56 

" 30. D.H.Darnell Slops for June, 1904 35 00 

" 30. Williams & Hunt 648 pounds old grease at 3%c' 24 32 

" 30. H.Cohen 1,925 pounds old rags at $1.52% 29 36 

" 30. H.Cohen 1,750 pounds old bones at 55c 9 64 

July 6. Williams & Hunt 6 old sal soda kegs 75 

'• 11. R. S. Camplin 12 old berry crates 60 

" 12. P. Wynn 1 old barrel 25 

" 18. H.Cohen 11 old barrels 4 80 

" 22. E. Rife 143 old boxes 5 27 

" 22. C. Carr Old rubbers , 25 

" 26. Alva Gulley 1 old barrel 25 

" 29. Joe Small 1 old barrel 50 

" 29. Joe Small 10 old bags 50 



Amount. 

$2 00 
42 56 
34 72 
45 41 
31 25 
1100 

15 
6 25 

15 



70 
1 00 



85 
EXHIBIT No. 11— Continued. 

Date. To Whom Sold. Property Sold. 

1904. 
July 29. Sam Blun 1 old trough 

" 29. W. S. Johnson 266 old barrels 

" 30. D. H. Darnell Slops for August, 1904 

" 30. Williams & Hunt 1,210 pounds old grease 

" 30. H. Cohen 2,050 pounds old rags 

" 30. H. Cohen 2,000 pounds old bones 

Aug. 1. John Cravens ...Old boards 

2. H. Cohen 16 old barrels 

3. Peter Wynn 2 old bags.... 

4. J. Conley 1 old bucket 15 

5. Wm. Farley Old jugs, bottles, etc 45 

" F. M. Parrish 4 old chairs 

" 8. Thomas Reaves 1 old door 

" 8. Henry Jarrett 12 old chairs 1 90 

8. F. M. Parrish 4 old chairs 60 

" 11. N. M. Robinson Old pipe 50 

" 17. E. Rife 122 old boxes 5 47 

" 26. H. Cohen 14 old barrels 5 60 

" 26. Williams & Hunt 18 old sal soda kegs 2 10 

" 26. Dave Hollar 1 old barrel 05 

" 26. Geo. Corinty 2 old boxes 50 

" 26. W.S.Johnson 301 old barrels 48 14 

" 31. Williams & Hunt 908 pounds old grease at 3% 34 06 

" 31. D.H.Darnell Slops for September, 1904 34 70 

" 31. H.Cohen Rags, 2,560 pounds, at $1.52y2 39 05 

" 31. H. Cohen Bones, 2,300 lbs, at 55c 12 65 

Sept. 5. G. Vamblarigan 2 old troughs 5 50 

" 7. Wm. McNealy 2 old buckets 40 

", 8. Joe Small 2 old baskets 10 

" 12. R. S. Camplin 12 berry crates and 10 baskets 85 

" 12. E. L. Hardin 2 old boxes 40 

" 12. H.Cohen 9 old barrels 3 75 

" 17. S. Schneck 2 old oil cans 75 

" 17. H. Spears 2 old buckets 10 

" 17. C. McGarvey ..' 1 old box 15 

" 26. Wm. Robinson 1 old keg 25 

" 29. Williams & Hunt 13 sal soda kegs 150 

" 30. Joe Small 1 box and 2 baskets 20 

" 30. W.S.Johnson 400 old barrels 63 92 

" 30. D.H.Darnell Slops for month October, 1904 34 75 

'• 30. Williams & Hunt 980 pounds old grease at $3.75 36 84 

" 30. H. Cohen 2,550 pounds bones at 55c 14 02 

" 30. H.Cohen 2,050 pounds rags at $1.52i/2 3126 

" 30. H.Cohen 2,650 pounds old stove iron at 25c.. 6 62 

Oct. 1. Jiames Barnett Old pipe 50 

" 4. H.Cohen 16 barrels 6 10 

4. E. Rife 168 small boxes 5 88 

" 5. G. H. HufE 5 baskets 25 

" 5. A. Rice 1 barrel 25 

" 6. A, C. Copel 1 barrel 15 

8. E. F. Culbertson 2 old mantels 50 

" 12. S.Amos Mty., jar and old carpet 65 

" 14. P. M. Wynn 1^ bushel refuse corn 25 

" 18. H.* Cohen 16 barrels 6 30 

" 19. G. H. Huff 1 old door 75 

" 22. Wm. Garvey 2 old mantels ' 50 

" 22. Joe Funk 1 keg 25 

" 25. Chas. Onsler 1 keg 25 

" 25. E. L. Snyder 1 keg 25 



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EXHIBIT No. 11— Continued. 



Date. 

1904. 
Oct. 25. 
" 25. 
" 25. 

" 25. 
" 25. 
" 25. 
" 25. 
" 25. 



25. 



To Whovi Sold. 



Property Sold. 



E. Rife 137 boxes, 50 hoops 

W. S. Johnson 233 barrels at 16c 

D. H. Darnell Slops for November, 1904 

H. Cohen 2,050 pounds rags at $1.52% 

H. Cohen 1,450 pounds bones at 55c 

H. Cohen 135 pounds tea lead 

Amelia Gordon Making one wrapper 

George F. Edenharter, Supt.— Wages unclaimed: 

Chas. Hug, $3; J. W. Rogers, 45c. 

C. McParland, 25c; F. Smith, $1.80. 
Williams & Hunt 1,354 pounds rough grease 



Amount. 


$5 15 


37 28 


34 75 


31 26 


7 98 


4 73 


1 00 


3 45 


2 05 


27 IS 



Total sales $2,271 18 



EXHIBIT No. 12. 



INVENTORY OF THE CENTRAL INDIANA. HOSPITAL FOR INSANE 
OCTOBER 31, 1904, 



DEPARTMENT. 



Apparatus. 



Equip- 
ment, 
Tools, Etc, 



Stock, 

Material, 

Books. 



Total 
Value. 



Housekeeper, department for w^omen 

Hou.sekeeper, store 

Housekeeper, department for men 

Ward property, department for men 

Ward property, department for women 

Dining department 

General kitchen, department for men 

General kitchen, department for women 

Store 

Bake shop 

Butcher shop 

Upholster shop 

Tin shop 

Barber shop and club room 

Laundry . . . : 

Clothing department 

Engineer department — 

Stirling boilers, pumps, coal apparatus.. 

Heating plant at hospital for sick insane . 

Ice plant and cold storage 

Electrical department — 

Electric plant 

Fire alarm system 

Domestic telephone system 

Carpenter department 

Painter's department 

Plasterer's department 

Eire department 

Police dep.artment 

Officers' barn 

Chapel, schoolbooks, games 

Farm and garden 

Florist's department 

Library (general), 2,290 volumes 

Drug department 

Surgical instruments 

Pathological department and scientific library 
Hospital for sick insane 



B,382 15 



90,000 00 
10,948 00 
6,835 00 

35,000 00 
240 00 

2,268 54 



Total 1153,163 69 S116,309 21 



«6,627 25 

1,240 45 

4,625 75 

22,857 81 

27,707 65 

3,492 60 

2,698 05 

5,612 75 

227 35 

251 55 

104 55 

105 45 
627 65 
193 75 

1,433 85 
351 60 

3,525 70 



165 10 



1,731 50 

40 00 

6 90 

5,839 00 

80 80 

1,677 50 

550 00 

889 00 

5,687 32 



615 25 

400 80 

5,348 83 

11,593 65 



«247 85 

1,207 00 

2,036 00 

2,972 12 

201 80 

140 16 

329 02 

345 20 



8,203 29 
2,384 89 



559 94": 



9,323 05 
502 00 
35 00 



1,126 82 



1 ,876 50 
1,332 16 



2,334 83 



16,627 25 

1,240 45 

4,625 75 

22,857 81 

27,707 65 

3,740 45 

3,905 05 

7,648 75 

3,199 47 

453 35 

244 71 

434 47 

972 85 

193 75 

98 16 

8,554 89 



113,193 59 



38,223 58 

11,054 55 

542 00 

41 90 

5,839 00 

80 80 

1,677 50 

550 00 

2,015 82 

5,687 32 

1,876 50 

1,947 41 

400 80 

7,683 46 

11,593 65 



$35,157 63 8304,630 53 



' Equipment of library included in housekeeper's department. 



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EXHIBIT No. 13. 



AN ITEMIZED ACCOUNT OF EXPENDITURES PAID FROM 

MAINTE-NANCE FUND DURING THE FISCAL 

YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

VOUCHER No. 1. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Supermtendent. 
1903. 
Nov. 2. For a contingent fund $2,000 00 

VOUCHER No. 2. GEORGE D. HARDIN. 
1903. 
Nov. 30. .19,675 pounds hay at $11.00 $108 21 

VOUCHER No. 3. INDIANAPOLIS ABATTOIR COMPANY. 
1903. 

Nov. 2. 6 cattle, 3,838 pounds, at $5.44 $208 79 

3. 3 tcs. lard, 1,773 pounds, at 6%c 115 25 

4. 7 cattle, 4,321 pounds, at $5.44 235 00 

11. 7 cattle, 4,100 pounds, at $5.44 223 04 

13. 7 cattle, 4,492 pounds, at $5.44 244 36 

18. 7 cattle, 4,274 pounds, at $5.44 232 51 

21. 3 tcs. lard, 1,792 pounds, at OVoC 116 48 

24. 7 cattle, 4,321 pounds, at $5.44 235 06 

27. 7 cattle, 4,584 pounds, at $5.44 249 37 



Total , $1,859 92 

VOUCHER No. 4. WILLIAMS & HUNT. 
1903. 

Nov. 9. 3,197 pounds chip soap at $2.70 $86 32 

" 17. 3,351 pounds chip soap at $2.70 90 48 

" 23. 3,385 pounds chip soap at $2.70 9139 



Total $268 19 

VOUCHER No. 5. KINGAN & CO., LTD. 
1903. 

Nov. 6. 1,002 pounds Rel. gut bologna at 6%c $67 63 

" 13. 1,006 pounds Ind. gut bologna at 6%c 62 88 

" 20. 908 pounds Ind. gut bologna at 6%c 56 75 



Total *18'^26 

VOUCHER No. 6. THE TAYLOR CARPET COMPANY. 
1903. 
Nov. 17. 43 yds. ingrain carpet, rooms 18x19, at 91c. . $39 13 
" 17. 43% yds. ingrain carpet, rooms 20x21, at 91c. . 39 59 

Total.... $-^872 



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VOUCHER No. 7. GEORGE HITZ & CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 2. 1 bbl. apples, 1 bu. pears $4 50 

" 30. 40 bbls. apples at $2.40 96 00 

. " 4. 1 box lemons 3 25 

" 6. 615 bushels potatoes at 58c 356 70 

" 9. 135 pounds sweet potatoes at 68%c 1 68 

" 10. 100 bushels sweet potatoes at OSVoC 68 50 

" 11. 1 bbl. apples 2 40 

" 12. 40 bbls. apples at $2.40 96 OO 

" 14. 1 bbl. apples 2 40 

" 14. 500 baskets grapes at 16c 80 00 

" 18. 5,475 lbs. sweet potatoes at 68i^c 68 19 

" 20. 150 lbs. sweet potatoes at OSVoC 1 85 

" 20. 1 bbl. apples, 1 bu. pears 3 90 

" 24. 100 bushels sweet potatoes at 6814c 68 50 

" 24. 8 bbls. cranberries at $8.00 64 00 

" 24. 498.20 bushels potatoes at 58c 289 03 

" 25. 1 bbl. apples 2 40 

Total $1,209 30 



VOUCHER No. 8. ALBERT GALL. 
1903. 

Nov. 12. 36 yds. linoleum at $1.35 $48 60 

" 12. 78 yds. extra super carpet at 85c 66 30 

" 16. 4 cocoa mats at 80c 3 20 

" 16. 4 pair lace curtains at $17.50 70 00 

" 16. Hanging same at 50c 2 00 

" 28. Papering parlor and hall per contract 188 00 

" 28. 14 rolls paper, N. E. room store building.... 2 80 

" 28. 4 rolls paper at 20c 80 

" 28. 12 rolls paper at 20c 2 40 

" 28. Hanging 4 50 

" 28. Painting molding, etc 4 00 

" 28. 14 rolls paper, S. E. room, at 20c 2 80 

" 28. 4 rolls paper at 20c 80 

/ " 28. 12 rolls paper at 20c 2 40 

" 28. Hanging 4 50 

" 28. Tinting molding 3 00 

" 28. 18 rolls paper, engineer's room, at 20c 3 60 

" 28. 4 rolls paper at 20c 80 

" 28. 16 rolls paper at 20c 3 20 

" 28. 72 feet molding at 3c 2 16 

" 28. Hanging and sizing 8 69 

" 28. "Washing room 2 75 

Total $427 30 



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VOUCHER No. 9. VONNEGUT HARDWARE COMPANY. 

190S. 

Nov. 2. 50 lbs. 2 rpst. springs at 5c $2 50 

2. 20 lbs. 53 ply rolls twine at 12c 2 40 

2. 10 lbs. 8-oz. npt. tacks at 5c 50 

2. 3 doz. sheepskins at $6.65 19 95 

2. 12 doz. tin cups •. 7 00 

2. 6 botts acme green catt gimps at 15c 90 

2. 6 botts. acme green silk gimps at 18c 1 08 

2. 6 M. No. 2 gilt furniture nails at 28c 1 68 

2. 100 hanks O binding cane 28 00 

7. 2 dozen 4%x64i/2 N. P. scissors at $2.62 5 24 

26. 6 dozen 12-in. muffin pans at $2.00 12 00 

26. 16% dozen 9-in. perf . tin pie plates 7 50 

Total $88 75 



VOUCHER No. 10. A. B. MEYER & CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 30. 2,061% tons Linton coal, No. 4 run of mine, 

at $1.95 $4,020 12 

" 30. 35019-20 tons Linton coal, nut and slack, 

at $1.50 526 43 

" 30. 17 67-80 tons grate anthracite at $7.50 133 97 

" 30. Lumber bill 70 20 

" 30. Labor building bins 15 00 

" 30. Unloading 473 19-20 tons coal at 20c ton 94 79 ' 

Total $4,860 51 



VOUCHER No. 11. J. R. BUDD COMPANY. 
1903. 

Nov. 2. 69 lbs. chickens at 16c $1104 

" 4. 300 doz. eggs at 21c 63 00 

6. 80 lbs. chickens at 16c 12 80 

" 12. 300 doz. eggs at 21c 63 00 

" 14. 68 lbs. chickens at 16c 10 88 

" 19. 300 doz. eggs at 21c 63 00 

" 2L 68 lbs. chickens at 16c 10 88 

" 25. 3.031 lbs. turkeys at ISc 545 58 

" 28. 20 lbs, chickens at 16c 3 20 

" 28. 51 lbs. turkeys at 18c 9 18 

Total $792 56 



90 

VOUCHER No. 12. SYBRUP & CO. 
190B. 

Nov. 5. 1 bbl. cider $4 50 

" 19. 1 bbl. cidei- 4 50 

" 23. 1 bbl. cider, 45% gallons, at 14y2C 6 52 

" 23. 7 bbls. Cider, 320 gallons, at 14y2C 46 40 



$61 92 
Credit by 11 gallons cider at 16c allowed 1 76 



Total $60 16 



VOUCHER No. 18. CHARLES G. GRAH. 
1903. 

Nov. 6. 5 shears ground $0 80 

" 6. 1 razor ground 50 

" 13. 5 shears ground 75 

" 13. 1 strap holder 30 

Total $2 35 



VOUCHER No. 14. BRESBTTE-PUGH CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 6. 1 razor $150 

6. 1 curved t. fcp '. 2 00 

" 6. 1 6-in. tis. fcp. straight. . .- 1 75 

6. 1 Kelley mt. fcp 100 

" 6. 1 5-in. plain fcp 65 

6. 1 5-in. tis. fcp. M. T ^ 75 

" 6. % doz. surgical scissors K. S 6 00 

" 6. 3 assorted bullet probes 75 

" 6. 2 Grove directors 75 

" 6. 1 Volkman double curette 1 00 

" 6. 1 curved sharp bistoiy 1 00 

6. % doz. English scalpels 9 00 

" 6. 2 white enamel trays 3 50 

" 19. % doz. B. P. Co. 1-in. ther. and certificate 

at $1.00 6 00 



Total ' $35 65 



VOUCHER No. 15. GEORGE J. MAYER. 
1903. 
Nov. — . 1 No. 2 midget rubber stamp $0 60 

Total $0 60 



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VOUCHER No. 16. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 9. 1 case blankets, No. 42482, 60 pairs; 1 case' 
blankets. No. 42485, 60 pairs; 1 case blank- 
ets, No. 42486, 60 pairs; 180 pairs at $1.75. . . $315 00 

9. 1 pair blankets, "delivered" 175 

9. 101 Holland quilts at 90c $90 90 

9. 1,200 yds. Stevens A crash at 6%c 81 00 

9. 79 doz. O. N. thread at 50c 39 50 

$211 40 
Less 2 per cent, discount 4 23 

207 17 

11. 1 case blankets, No. 42494, 60 pairs; 1 case 

blankets, No. 42495, 60 pairs; 1 case blank- 
ets. No. 42496, 60 pairs; 180 pairs at $1.75. . . 315 00 

11. 808 yds. Utica 58-in. bro. at 16c, less 2 per 

cent, discount 126 69 

16. 1 case blankets. No. 42505, 60 pairs; 1 case 
blankets. No. 42506, 60 pairs; 1 case blank- 
ets, No. 42507, 60 pairs; 1 case blankets. No. 
42508, 60 pairs; 240 pairs at $1.75 420 00 

16. 1,200 yds. Stevens A crash at 7% $90 00 

16.. 939 yds. Amos. 4-4 tick., at 15c 140 85 

$230 85 
Less 2 per cent, discount 4 62 

226 23 

30. 1 case blankets, No. 42533, 60 pairs; 1 case 
blankets. No. 42534, 60 pairs; 1 case blank- 
ets, No. 42535, 60 pairs; 1 case blankets, No. 
42536, 65 pairs; 1 case blankets, No. 42537, 
65 pairs; 1 case blankets, No. 42538, 65 
pairs; 1 case blankets, No. 42539, 60 pairs; 

400 pairs at $1.75 700 00 

To error in reduction in discount October, 
1903 17 54 

Total $2,329 38 



VOUCHER No. 17. THE SINGER MFG. COMPANY. 
1903. 
Nov. 2. 1 gallon High Speed oil $0 50 

Total -I^O 50 



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VOUCHER No. 18. WULSGHNER-STEWART MUSIC COMPANY. 

1903. 
Nov. 4. Tuning eight pianos at $1.50 $12 00 



Total $12 00 



VOUCHER No. 19. J. C. PERRY & CO., INC. 
1903. 

Nov. 2. 1,500 pounds rice at 5c $75 00 

2. 1,525 pounds evap. peaches at 6%c 99 13 

2. llOVa gals. T. R. syrup at 21c 23 20 

3. 10,109 pounds granulated sugar at $4.82 487 25 

4. 10 bbls. salt at 75c 7 50 

4. 1 bbl. salt, lOO packets 1 50 

4. 4 bbls. B. oatmeal at $5.25 21 00 

5. 201 gallons vinegar at 10c 20 10 

5. 10 boxes L. L. raisins at $1.75 17 50 

5. 120 lbs. baking soda at 5c 6 00 

5. 200 lbs. corn starch at 4^c 8 50 

5. 127 lbs. whole pepper at 14c 17 78 

5. 50 lbs. povrd. sugar at 5%c 2 75 

5. 12 jars prep, mustard at 35c 4 20 

5. 50 lbs. citron at 14c 7 00 

10. 6 lbs. mon. ginger at 15y2C 93 

10. 6 lbs. mon. cloves at 15% 92 

10. 6 lbs. alspice at 15c 90 

10. 6 lbs. cinnamon at 22c 1 32 

11. 6 bbls. 1,200 pickles, at $7.50 45 00 

11. 1 bbl. B. oatmeal 5 25 

11. 2,525 lbs. beans at 3y2C 88 38 

12. 367 lbs. N. Y. cheese at 1284c 46 79 

12. 2,000 lbs. evap. apples at 7c 140 OO 

17. 150 lbs, currants at 6i^c 9 75 

17. 1,704 lbs. N. Y. cheese at 12%c 217 26 

23. 200 dozen canned corn at $1.15 230 00 

23. 845 lbs. evap. peaches at 6%c 54 93 

23. 1 cask 1,200 dill pickles 12 00 

23. 25 lbs. yellow sugar at $4.20 1 05 

23. 1 bbl. 1,200 Cruik's dill pickles 10 00 

Total $1,662 89 



VOUCHER No. 20. LOUIS B. HAAG. 
1903. 

Nov. 2. 1 lb. F. E. ipecac $2 30 

2. 1 lb. F. E. squills CO. for syr 138 

•' 2. i/o lb. cannabis ind 127 



93 

VOUCHER No. 20— Continued. 
1903. 

Nov. 2. 2 lbs. tr. benzoin co $0 96 

" 2. 2 lbs. sub. nit. bismuth 3 40 

" 2. % lb. sulpho carb. zinc 25 

" 2. 3 lbs. grd. wild clierry barii 36 

" 2. 1 lb. vegetable cathartic pills 1 33 

" 2. 2 lbs. H. V. C .. 2 90 

2. 1 lb. oil cloves 100 

" 2. 2 lbs. compressed liquorice powder 44 

2. % lb. salicylic acid 22 

" 2. 2 lbs. sulphite soda 18 

" 2. 5 lbs. hyposulphite soda 18 

" 2. 2 lbs. Hubbick's oxide zinc 80 

" 2. 1 lb. iodide ammonia 3 80 

2. 8 oz. chloralamid 6 08 

" 2. 8 oz. phenacetine 7 20 

" 2. 5 gallons alcohol 12 55 

" 2. 5 gallons Trommer's malt and cod liver oil. . 10 00 

" 2. 5 gross No. 3 superfine corks, xx. 45 

" 2. 5 gross No. 4 superfine corks xs 55 

2. 1,000 tabs, morphine sul. % 2 09 

2. l-,000 hypo. tabs, strychnia sal. 1-60 1 90 

" 2. 2 doz. boxes capsules, No. 2 1 42 

" 2. 2 doz. boxes capsules, No. 1 1 42 

2. 5 yds. 7-in. belladonna plaster 3 15 

" 18. 24 cases vaccine, at 50c : . . . . 12 00 



Total $79 58 



VOUCHER No. 21. TUTEWILER & SON. 
1903. 
Sept. 16. Burial of Anna McGuire $7 00 



Total $"7 00 



VOUCHER No. 22. A. KIEFER DRUG CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 13. 2 doz. No. 5 pencils, C. H., long, at 40c $0 80 

" 13. 2 doz. No. 6 pencils, C. H., long, at 4^ 90 

" 13. 2 doz. No. 7 pencils, C. H., long, at 50c 1 00 

" 13. 2 doz. No. 8 pencils, C. H., long, at 60c 1 20 

" 13. 2 doz. No. 8 pencils, short, at 25c 50 

" 13. 2 doz. No. 7 pencils, short, at 20c 40 

" 13. 2 doz. No. 6 pencils, short, at 18c 36 

" 13. 1 doz. camel hair markers, Nos. 1 to 4, at 50c 50 



Total 



$5 66 



94 



VOUCHER No. 23. INDIANAPOLIS WATER COMPANY. 



1903. 
Nov. 80. 



To water furnished during the month ending 

November 20, per meter reading: 
6,002,000 feet, November 20. 
5,422,000 feet, October 20. 



580,000 feet, at 33%c. per 1,000 feet $195 75 

AVater furnislied boiler room month ending 

November 20: 
683,000 feet, at 33%c. per 1,000 feet 213 64 

Total 



$409 39 



VOUCHER No. 24. J. BLLWOOD LEE CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 4. 1 5-12 dozen 4-qt. water bottles, at $17 $24 08 

" 4. 2 dozen Lees lens therm, cert., at $6.75 18 50 

" 4. 1 dozen hypo syringes, No. 10 12 00 

" 4. 3 dozen syringe needles, at 30c 90 

" 4. 1 dozen S. R. stomach tubes 9 00 

4. Ve dozen S. R. stomach tubes. Fun, at $12.50. . 2 08 

4. 1-12 dozen S. R. stomach tubes, B. & F., at $16 1 34 

4. 1-12 dozen ether inhalers, at $27 2 25 

4. 1-12 dozen No. 5 Kelley pads, at $68 5 67 

" 4. 1-12 dozen boxes S. wormgut, at $5 42 

4. 2 dozen No. 4 tank pkges., at $6 12 00 

$83 24 

Less a discount of 20 per cent 16 65 

Total 



$66 59 



1903. 



VOUCHER No. 25. CHARLES BAILEY. 

Nov. 2. 100 bushels No. 2 yellow corn $44 00 

Total 



$44 00 



VOUCHER No. 26. JOHN O'NEILL. 
1903. 
Nov. 3. 5 bbls. rye flour, at .$4 

Total 



$20 00 



$20 00 



95 

VOUCHER No. 27. STANDARD OIL COMPANY. 
1903. 

Nov. 2. 2 bbls. cylinder oil, 100 gals., at 19c $19 00 

" 2. 2 bbls. engine oil, 100 gals., at lie 11 00 

2. 1 bbl. Perfection oil, 50 gals., at 12yoc .... 6 25 

Total $36 25 

YOUCHER No. 28. THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 25. To 69,900 cubic feet of gas consumed, at 95c. $66 41 
Outside lamp 1 50 

Total ., $67 91 

VOUCHER No. 29. OLDS & CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 7. 1,257 lbs. sal. soda, at 75c $9 42 

" 9. 1,304 lbs. sal. soda, at 75c 9 78 

" 18. 620 lbs. sal. soda, at 75c 4 05 -» 

Total $23 85 

VOUCHER No. 30. ACME MILLING CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 3. 40 bbls. White Rose flour $155 20 

3. 1/2 bbl. Graham flour 2 00" 

*' 3. 44 bbls. White Rose flour 170 72 

" 17. 25 bbls. White Rose flour 97 00 

" 18. 40 bbls. White Rose flour 159 08 

Total $584 00 

VOUCHER No. 31. INDIANAPOLIS STOVE CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 23. 2 sets brick lining for 25 mars, at 75c $1 50 

Total - ^^ ^^ 

VOUCHER No. 32. MILLER OIL & SUPPLY Co. 
1903. 
Nov. 23. 4 car pushers, at $5 $20 00 

Total $2000 



96 

VOUCHER No. 33. CENTURY BISCUIT CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 5. 14 bbls. Robin sq. crackers, 704 lbs. 
" 12. 15 bbls. Robin sq. crackers, 754 lbs. 
" 19. 15 bbls. Robin sq. crackers, 747 lbs. 
" 25. 15 bbls. Robin sq. crackers, 694 lbs. 



2,899 lbs., at $4.10 $118 85 



Total $118 85 

VOUCHER No. 34. C. H. McDOWELL. 
1903. 

Nov. 1. Services as chaplain $5 GO 

" 8. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 15. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 22. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 29. Services as chaplain 5 00 

Total $25 00 

VOUCHER No. 35. CHARLES D. PEARSON & Co. 

1903. 

Nov. 2. 40 dozen teacups, at 33c $13 20 

" 2. 20 dozen tea saucers, at 33c 6 60 

2. 20 dozen plates, 10-inch, at 75c 15 00 

2. G dozen 9-inch scallops, 10-in., at $2.40 14 40 

" 2. 2 dozen No. 6 jugs (1 gal.), at $3.60 7 20 

2. 12 dozen No. 1847 med. knives, at $3.25 39 00 

2. 24 dozen No. 1847 tipped table spoons, at $3.83 91 92 

2. 15 dozen No. 66 hotel tumblers, at 50c 7 50 

" 17. % dozen Cornell cuspidors, at $7 3 50 

Total $198 32 

VOUCHER No. 36. WEBSTER E. DIETZ. 
1903. 

Nov. 11. 00 bbls. spring wheat flour, at $4.95 $297 00 



Total $297 00 

VOUCHER No. 37. LION COMPRESSED YEAST CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 30. 791/2 lbs. yeast, at 12y2C $9 93 

Total $9 98 



97 

VOUCHER No. 38. INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL NEWSPAPER CO. 

1903. 
Nov. 24. Notice, 8 lines, 3 times $1 60 



Total $1 GO 

VOUCHER No. 39. SWIFT & COMPANY. 
1903. 

Nov. 3. Pork loins, 1,2G8 lbs., at IV^e $142 65 

5. Hams, 1,233 pounds, at lie 135 63 

" 10. Pork loins, 1,212 lbs., at llViC 136 35 

" 12. Hams, 1,265 pounds, at lie 139 15 

" 17. Pork loins, 1,406 lbs., at 1114c 158 17 

" 19. Hams, 1,445 lbs., at lie 158 95 

" 24. Pork loins, 1,319 lbs.', at 11% 148 39 

" 25. Hams, 1,465 lbs., at lie 16115 



Total . . .• $1,180 44 

VOUCHER No. 40. J. R. RYAN & CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 5. 1,500 lbs. fine pearl meal, at $1.50 $22 50 



Total $22 50 

VOUCHER No. 41. E. T. SMITH. 
1903. 

Nov. 5. 82 gallons standard oysters, at S4e $68 88 

" 12. 69 gallons standard oysters, at 84c 57 96 

" 19. 77 gallons standard oysters, at 84c 64 68 

" 26. 88 gallons standard oysters, at 84c 73 92 

" 26. 6 gallons select oysters, at $1.40 8 40 



Total .' $273 84 

VOUCHER No. 42. THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. 
1903. 
Nov. 23. Notice, 61 Words, 3 times $1 83 



Total $1 S3 

VOUCHER No. 43. INDIANAPOLIS HARDWARE CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 3. One Grand carpet sweeper $3 25 



Total '^^ 2^ 

7— Central Insane. 



98 

VOUCHER No. 44. HOLLWEG & REESE. 
1903. 

Nov. 6. dozen salt cruets at $2.00 $12 00 

(i. () dozen pepper cruets -at $2.00 12 00 



Total $24 00 



VOUCHER No. 45. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 24. Notice, GO words, 3 times $1 80 



Total $1 80 



VOUCHER No. 46. ATLAS PAPER MILLS CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 2. 1 case, 10 rolls, toilet paper $4 50 

" 4. 1 case, 10 rolls, toilet paper 4 50 

" 12. 1 case, 10 rolls, toilet paper 4 50 



Total $13 50 



VOUCHER No. 47. A. BURDSAL CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 10. 5 gallons gasoline at 15 cents $0 75 



Total $0 75 



VOUCHER No. 48. KIPP BROS CO 
1903. 

Nov. 5. 1-12 dozen razors at $12.00 

9. Cleaning, repairs, new spring, music box . . . 

9. Cleaning pin in winding shaft 

" 14. 1 gToss police whistles 

" 18. Repair music box 

" 21. Repair and cleaning music box 

Total $29 00 



VOUCHER No. 49. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. 

1903. 
Nov. 30. To telegrams per statement rendered $3 11 

Total $3 11 



$1 


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VOUCHER No. 50. THE COLUMBUS BUTTER CO. 

1903. 
Nov. 6. 1,240 lbs. Purity buttei'ine at 12i4c .*|;i.">ri 00 

" 13. 1,000 lbs. Purity butterine at 12i/^c 200 00 

. " 23. 1,600 lbs. Purity butterine at 12t^c 200 00 

"■ 30. 1,600 lbs. Purity butterine at 12yoC 200 00 

, Total $755 OO 



VOUCHER No. 51. M. O'CONNOR & CO. 

1903. 

Nov. 9. 1,000 lbs. lump starch at Sc .$30 00 

9. 10 boxes Ivory soap at .$4.00 40 00 

9. 24 doz. silicon at 68c 16 32 

9. 3 doz. Mason's blacking at 40c 1 20 

*' 9. 3 boxes clothes pins at 60c 1 80 

9. 12 doz. mop sticks for cloth at 35c 4 20 

" 9. 12 doz. mop sticks for brush at 35c 4 20 

9. 315 lbs. Anchor tobacco at 25c $78 75 

9. 50 Brier Pipe tobacco at 35c 19 00 

$97 75 

Less 8 per cent discount 7 82 

89 93 

" 18. 25 boxes Lenox soap at $2.95 73 75 

" 27. 486 lbs. Anchor tobacco at 25c, less 8 per cent 111 78 

Total $373 18 



VOUCHER No. 52. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER. Superintendent. 

1903. 
Nov. 5. Superintendent, expenses Cincinnati and re- 
turn $11 10 

6. Standard Publishing Co. for Sunday school 

supplies, October to January, 1904 35 50 

7. James Noe for 7 days' labor boiler house 12 60 

7. C. C. Perkins for 6 6-12 days boiler hofise 11 70 

7. C. E. Perkins for 6 3-12 days boiler house 11 25 

7. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler^ house 12 60 

7. Thomas Hardy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

7. Alex Eldridge for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

7. W. W. Winkler for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

12. George F. McGinnis for postage stamps 25 00 

14. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

14. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

14. C. E. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

14. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 



100 

VOUCHER No. 52— Continued. 
1903. 

Nov. 14. Thomas Hardy for 7 daj's boiler liouse $12 60 

" 14. Alex Bldridge for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 14. W. W. Winkler for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. George L. Knox for 1903-04 subscription 2 

copies Freeman 3 00 

" 18. O. J. Hazard for building manhole 5 45 

" 21. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 21. C. C. Perlvins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 21. C. E. Perkins for 7 days boiler i:ouse 12 60 

" 21. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 21. Thomas Hardy for 3 days boiler house 5 40 

" 21. W. W. Winlder for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 21. John McLaughlin for 1 day boiler house 1 80 

" 21. James Wilson for 2 days boiler house 3 60 

" 21. J. B. Caplinger for 3 days boiler house 5 40 

" 21. Ben Osborn for 2 days boiler house 3 60 

■" 23. Henry A. Dreer for flower bulbs 1 00 

" 24. Wm. Osborn for 3 days boiler house 5 40 

" 24. J. B. Caplinger for 3 days boiler liouse 5 40 

" 26. Henry Beiser for music 15 75 

" 26. James Wilson for 4 3-12 days boiler house. .. 7 65 

" 27. Henry Beiser for music 16 50 « 

" 28. Alex Eldridge for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 28. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 28. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house . 12 60 

" 28. G. E. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 28. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 28. Thomas Hardy for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

" 28. R. C. Martin for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 28. Mack Pruitt for 6 days boiler house la 80 

" 28. H. Crittenden for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 28. E. Sullivan for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

" 28. Alex Eldridge for 7 daj^s boiler house 12 60 

•' 28. W. W. Winkler for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 28. J. R. Heiber for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

" 28. W. Maddox for 2 days boiler house 3 60 

" 28. H. McCorkle for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

" 28. Wm. H. Cluue for 2 days boiler house 3 60 

" 28. S. A. Golden for 1 day boiler house 1 80 

Total '. •". $548 90 

VOUCHER No. 53. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 
1903. 
Nov. 30. Mam pay roll for November, 1903 $7,372 24 

Total $7,372 24 



101 

VOUCHER No. 54. FRANK E. JANES. 
1903. 

Nov. 18. 100 bushels No. 2 white oats at 24c .$42 00 

Total $42 00 



VOUCHER No. 55. FRANCKE HARDWARE CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 5. 1 set carvers $1 85 

" 21. 1 cast iron lamp 1 65 

" 25. 3 baker's brushes at $1.00 3 00 

Total $6 50 



VOUCHER No. 56. JOHN OSTERMAN. 
1908. 

Nov. 30. 4,950 gallons milk at lie $544 50 

Less premium of 7 50 

Total $537 00 



VOUCHER No. 57. HITZ BAKERY. 
1903. 

Dec. 3. 14 bbls. City crackers, 877 lbs at $4.04 $35 43 

" 10. 15 bbls. City crackers, 974 lbs. at $4.04 39 35 

" 17. 15 bbls. City crackers, 956 lbs. at $4.04 38 62 

" 24. 15 bbls. City crackers, 947 lbs. at $4.04 38 26 

" 31. 15 bbls. City crackers, 986 lbs. at $4.04 39 84 

Total $191 50 

VOUCHER No. 58. THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 24. To gas consumed, 52,300 cubic feet at 95c .. . $49 69 
" 24. To outside lamp 1 50 

Total ?^1 19 

VOUCHER No. 59. BALKE & KRAUSS CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 9. 50 bushels lump coke at 15c $7 50 



Total 



$7 50 



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1903. 
Dec. 17. 
" 21. 
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VOUCHER No. 60. JOSEPH GARDNER. 

12 doz. 3-gal. seamless granite buckets $134 60 

4 gross tin bottoms as per sample 32 00 

4 doz. 4-in. down spouts and hooks 3 00 

100 10x18 black slate 8 00 

Total 



$177 60 



VOUCHER No. 61. BAUSCH & LOME OPTICAL CO. 

1903. 

Oct. 30. 1 pkg. 8752 filters $1 50 

" 30. 1 set 2320 objects 51 25 

" 30. 2 sets 8558 grad. sed tubes 70 

" 30. 2 sets 8560 ungrad. sed tubes . 30 

Less 25 per cent $53 75 $40 31 

" 30. 100 grms. thionin, Gruebler's 1 55 

" 30. 25 gross 1290 slides 15 50 

" 30. 121/2 oz. 1274 circles % in., No. 2 7 50 

" 30. 121/2 oz. 1280 squares % in., No. 2 6 75 

Total 



$71 61 



1903. 
Dec. 3. 
" 10. 
" 17. 
" 24. 
" 31. 



VOUCHER No. 62. A. J. FOX. 

75 gals, standard oysters at 85c. ..... $63 75 

80 gals, standard oysters at 85c 68 00 

74 gals, standard oysters at 85c 6;^ 90 

76 gals, standard oysters at 85c 64 60 

.78 gals, standard oysters at 85c 66 30 

$325 55 
Less a rebate of 10 00 

$315 55 

Total 



$315 55 



VOUCHER No. 63. J. BLLWOOD LEE CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 4. 7-12 doz. hot water bottles, 4-qt., at $17. $9 92 
Less rebate of 20 per cent 1 98 



$7 94 



Total 



$? 94 



103 

VOUCHER No. 64. WILLIAMS & HUNT. 
1903. 

Dec. 7. 3,397 lbs. Borax chip soap at $2.70 

7. 4,095 lbs. sal soda at 74c 

" 14. 3,467 lbs. Borax chip soap at $2.70 

" 22. 3,842 lbs. Borax chip soap at $2.70 



$01 


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80 


93 


60 


90 23 



Total $305 85 

VOUCHER No. 65. J. R. BUDD COMPANY. 
1903. 

Dec. 1. 13 lbs. turkeys at 20c $2 60 

5. 26 lbs. chickens at 16c 4 16 

5. 44 lbs. turkeys at 20c. 8 80 

" 12. 48 lbs. turkeys at 20c 9 60 

" 12. 19 lbs. chickens at 16c 3 04 

" 19. 24 lbs. chickens at 16c 3 84 

" 19. 55 lbs. turkeys at 20c 1100 

" 24. 3,164 lbs. turkeys at 20c 632 80 

" 26. 21 lbs. chickens at 16c 3 36 

" 30. 14 lbs. turkeys at 20c 2 80 

" 31. 31 lbs. turkeys at 20c 6 20 

" 31. 17 lbs. turkeys at 20c 9 40 



Total $097 60 

VOUCHER No. 66. THE COLUMBUS BUTTER CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 1. 40 lbs. butterine at 12y2C $5 00 

8. 1,200 lbs. butterine at 12y2C 150 00 ■ 

" 16. 1,600 lbs. butterine at 12y2C 200 00 - 

" 23. 1,600 lbs. butterine at 12yoC 200 00 

" 31. 1,600 lbs. butterine at 12y2C 200 00 



Total $755 00 

VOUCHER No. 67. LION COMPRESSED YEAST CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 31. 81 lbs. yeast at 25c $20 25 



Total .-■• $20 25 

VOUCHER No. 68. C. H. McDOVv^ELL. 
1903. 

'Dec. 6. Services as chaplain $5 00 

" 13. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 20. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 27. Services as chaplain 5 00 

Total -^2000 



104 

VOUCHER No. 69. INDIANAPOLIS WATER CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 20. Month ending for water furnished per meter 
reading: 
6,595,000 feet, state of meter Dec.20. 
6,002,000 feet, state of meter Nov. 20. 

593,000 feet at 33v4c per 1,000 feet $200 14 

For boiler house month ending: 
1,440,000 feet, Dec. 20. 

633,000 feet, Nov. 20. 

807,000 feet at 33%c per 1,000 feet 272 36 

Water furnislied for fire protection during 
the three months ending Dec. 1, 1903 73 13 

Total $545 63 

VOUCHER No. 70. JOHN OSTERMAN. 
1903. 
Dec. 20. To one horse $175 00 

Total ^ $175 00 

VOUCHER No. 71. JOHN OSTERMAN. 
1903. 
Dec. 31. 5,115 gals, milk at lie $562 65 

Total ' $562 65 

VOUCHER No. 72. J. R. RYAN & CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 3. 1.500 lbs. fine pearl meal at $1.50 $22 50 

" 10. 350 lbs. rice popcorn at 3c 10 50 

Total , $33 00 

VOUCHER No. 73. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 21. To notice, 60 words, three times $1 80 

Total $1 80 

VOUCHER No. 74. THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. 
1903. 

Dec. 12. To notice, 48 words, three times $1 44 

" 21. To notice, 60 words, three times 1 80 

Total $3 24 



105 

VOUCHER No. 75. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL NEWSPAPER 

COMPANY. 
1903. 
Dec. 22. Bids for supplies, eight lines, three times. ... $1 GO 

Total $160 

VOUCHER No. 76. F. G. KAMPS FISH AND OYSTER CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 24. 8 gals, select oysters at $1.50 $12 00 

Total $12 00 

VOUCHER No. 77. NICHOLS-KRULL FACTORY. 
1903. 

Dec. 24. 1,000 lbs. common mixed candy at 5%c $55 00 

■" 24. " 300 lbs. Cin. Imps, candy at 8c 24 00 

Total $79 00 

VOUCHER No. 78. DAGGETT FACTORY. 
1903. 

Dec. 24. 1,000 lbs. common candy at 5V->c $55 00 

" 24. 10 pails mint lozengers, 300 lbs at 8c 24 00 

" 24. 1,025 lbs. A 1 peanuts at 7c 71 75 

" 24. 50 lbs. Banner mixed nuts at 14c 7 00 

Total ••••• $1.57 75 

VOUCHER No. 79. J. C. PERRY & CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 2. 100 cases, 200 doz., canned peaches, at $1.90. $380 00 

Total $^8^ ^ 

VOUCHER No. 80. THE GEIGER-TINNEY CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 2. 645 lbs. Imperial tea at $27.42 $176 85 

Total $17685 

VOUCHER No. 81. ARTHUR JORDAN CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 1. 360 doz. eggs at 23c $82 80 

" 10. 360 doz. eggs at 23c 82 80 

" 18. 360 doz. eggs at 23c 82 80 

" 29. 240 doz. eggs at 23c ^^ ^^ 

Total .••• $30360 



106 

VOUCHER No. 82. JAMES L. KEiACH. 
1903. 

Dee. 2. 1 box lemons $2 90 

" 21. 1 Jbox lemons 2 90 

Total $5 80 

VOUCHER No. 83. WEBSTER E. DEITZ. 
1903. 
Dec. 30. 60 barrels Pillsbury baker's flour at $4.90.. . $294 00 



Total $294 00 

VOUCHER No. 84. ATLAS PAPER MILLS CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 24. 1 case, 10 rolls toilet p-^per $4 60 



Total $4 50 

VOUCHER No. 85. CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE CO. 
1903. 

Dee. 30. To quarter rental ending March 31, 1904 $55 89 

" 30. Tolls due on account 1 70 



Total $57 59 

VOUCHER No. 86. KINGAN & CO. Ltd. 
1903. 

Dec. 12. 927 large gut bologna at 6i/ie $57 94 

" 18. 956 lbs. large gut bologna at 6c 57 36 



Total $115 30 

VOUCHER No. 87. KIPP BROS. CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 1. 11 doz. dolls at $4.50 $49 50 

1. 2 boxes Christmas tree ornaments, 861, at 60c 

1. 2 boxes Christmas tree ornamejits, 855, at 60e 

1. 2 boxes Christmas tree ornaments, 3008, at 

60c 

1. 4 assorted balls. 2005. cA 40c 

1. 2 boxes balls, 3009, at 60c 

1. 2 boxes balls, 3550, at 75c 

1. 4 doz. glass balls, 201, at 75c 

1. 4 doz. glass balls, 2564, at 75c 

1. 2 doz. glass balls, 248, at 75c 

1. 2 doz. glass balls, 236, at 75c 

1. 18 briar pipes at $2.75 

Total $115 90 



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1 


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49 


50 



.107 

VOUCHER No. 88. GEORGE HITZ & CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 4. 1 bbl. apples $2 40 

4. 1 bbl. sweet potatoes 3 00 

5. 1 bbl. apples 2 40 

5. 793 bushels potatoes at 63c 499 59 

11. 1 bbl. apples 

11. 1 bushel cranberries 

14. 20 bbls. apples at $2.40 

14. 1 bbl apples 



18. 1 bbl. apples 

18. 1 bbl. sweet potatoes 

21. 8 bbls. cranberries at 

80. 1 bbl. apples 

30. 1 bbl. sweet potatoes 



2 40 


2 75 


48 00 


2 40 


2 40 


3 00 


62 00 


2 40 


3 00 



Total $635 74 

VOUCHER No. 89. STANDARD OIL CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 29. 2 bbls. red engine oil 100 gallons, at lie $11 00 

" 29. 1 bbl. perfection oil 52 gallons, at ISy^c 7 02 



Total $18 02 

VOUCHER No. 90. INDIANAPOLIS ABATTOIR CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 3. 7 beef, 4,585 lbs., at $5.39 $247 13 

3. 5 tierces lard, 1,796 lbs., at $6.68 119 97 

9. 7 beef, 4,541 lbs., at $5.b9 244 76 

11. 7 beef, 4,591 lbs., at $5.39 247 45 

17. 7 beef, 4,661 lbs., at $5.39 251 23 

17. 11 pes. bacon, 51 lbs., at 17c 8 67 

17. 6 tierces lard, 2,152 lbs., at $6.68 : 143 75 

22. 7 beef, 4,575 lbs., at $5.39 246 59 

26. 7 beef, 4,490 lbs., at $5.39 242 01 

30. 7 beef, 4,870 lbs., at $5.39 262 49 



Total •?2.014 05 

VOUCHER No. 91. NEW TELEPHONE CO. 

1903. 
Dec. 31. To rental and service from Jan. 1, to March 

31, for two phones, at $10.00 $20 00 

" 31. To long distance service for Sept., 1903 75 

" 31 To long distance service for Oct., 1903 15 

" 31. To long distance service for Nov., 1903 1 75 

Total $22 65 



108 

VOUCHER No. 92. CHARLES J. GARDNER. 
1903. 

Dec. 1. To 1,295 lbs. pork backs, at 7% $98 75 

3. To 1,177 lbs. hams, at 10.48c 123 36 

8. To 1,276 lbs. pork backs, at 7%c.-. 97 30 

" 10. To 1,379 lbs. hams, at 10.48c 144 52 

" 15. To 1,273 lbs. pork backs, at 7%c 97 07 

" 17. To 1,272 lbs. hams at 10.48c r 133 31 

" 22. To 1,405 lbs. pork backs, at 7%c 107 14 

" 24. To 1,516 lbs. hams, at 10.48c 158 88 

" 29. To 1,240 lbs. pork backs, at 7%c 94 55 

" 31. To 1,301 lbs. hams, at 10.48c 136 35 

Total $1,191 23 



VOUCHER No. 93. HUNTINGTON & .PAGE. 
1903. 

Dec. 5. 3 gallons mastica $3 75 

" 5. 1 mastica machine., 1 25 

" 9. 10 gallons mastica 12 50 

Total $17 50 



VOUCHER No. 94. A. BURDSAL CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 29. 5 gals, gasoline, at 15c $0 75 



Total $0 75 



VOUCHER No. 95. TECHENTIN & FREIBERG. 
1903. 
Dec. 17. 1 set single harness $22 00 

Total $22 00 



VOUCHER No. 96. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 2. 40 dozen thread at 50c $20 00 

2. 806 yds. Utica, 58 inches, brown at Wy^c 122 92 

2. 206% yds. Utica, brown, at 151^0 31 46 

2. 200 lbs. cotton batts, at 5c 10 00 

2. 1,029% yds. Renfrew damask, at 35c 360 41 

Less 2 per cent, discount 544 79 

$533 89 



109 

VOUCHER No. 96— Continued. 
1903. 

Dec. 2. 31 dozen napkins, 1 deld, at .$2.2.j $69 75 

2. 1,0431/2 yds. cream damasli, at iiy^c 495 66 

2. 12 pair golden fleece blanliet, at $2.871/2 34 50 

2. 4551/2 yds. dwight 1/2 blea, at 71/2C 34 16 

" 2, 97 quilts, 1 deld, at 90c 87 30 

2. 201 rubber blankets, 1 deld, at $1.28 257 28 

$1,512 54 

Less error of 4 48 



$1,508 (m; 



VOUCHER No. 97. WARD BROS. DRUG CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 2. 5 pounds brom. potass $1 75 

" 2. 5 pounds brom. sodium 2 05 

" 2. 5 pounds brom. ammonium 2 20 

" 2. % pound iodide ammonium 1 95 

" 2. 1 pound carb. ammonium 15 

" 2. 2 pounds wine colcbicum seed '.W 

" 2. 25 pounds ground flaxseed 82 

2. 25 pounds epsom salts 45 

2. 5 pounds gum arable, 'Select 1 '<'5 

" 2. 5 gallons from malt and C. L. oil 15 00 

" 2. 25 pounds quinine '^00 

2. JO yds. belladonna plaster J. J 6 30 

2. 2,000 pills alom. strycb. and bellad., No. 12. . . 1 35 

" 23. 5 gals, maltein and C. L. oil, at $3.00 15 00 



$56 67 
Less credit of : • • • • 15 00 

Total ' ^'^^ ^'^ 



VOUCHER No. 98. M. O'CONNOR & CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 2. 50 lbs. citron, at 14c $J *^0 

2. 1121/2 gals, maple syrup, at 20c 22 50 

2. 160 lbs. currants, at 6I/2C 10 40 

2. 10 boxes L. L. raisins, at $1.70 17 00 

2. 1,000 lbs. hominy, at li/oc 1^00 

2. 24 dozens silicon, at 68c 16 32 

2. 56 gals. N. O. molasses, at 25c 14 00 

" 3. 1,588 lbs. beans, at 3c. '^'^ ^^ 

3. 2,000 lbs. evap. peaches, at 10c 200 00 

" 5. 3 lbs. ground mustard, at 18c —no 

" 7. 1,500 lbs. rice, at 5c '^^ ^ 



110 

VOUCHER No. !)8— Continued. 
1903. 

Dec. 7. 12 (loz. mop sticks, at 30c .$3 60 ^ 

7. 4 doz. bath brick, at 35c 1 40 

" 7. 3 doz. Mason's blacking, at 40c 1 20 

7. 12 doz. R. R. brushes, at 40c 1 20 

7. 5,185 lbs. gran, sugar, at $4.62 239 55 

7. 60 lbs. Brier Pipe smoking tobacco, at 38c, 

less 8 per cent, discount 20 98 

" 12. 4,000 No. 2 wolf bags, at $1.00. less 70 per 

cent 2 40 

" 12. 1,500 No. 4 wolf bags, at $1.45, less 70 per 

cent 1 30 

" 12. 1.000 No. 8 wolf bags, at $2.40, less 70 per 

cent 1 44 

" 12. 1.000 No. 12 Sandow bags, at $3.15, less 70 per 

cent . 2 36 

" 12. 1,000 No. 20 Sandow bags, at $5.00, less 70 per 

cent 3 75 

8. 8 bbls. B. oatmeal, at $5.50 44 00 

" 8. 12 gals, .lars prepared mustard, at SOc 3 60 

" 8. 1.047 lbs. gran, sugar, at $4.62 48 37 

'* 16. 10 lbs. pearl barley, at SYaC 35 

" 16. 3 lbs. Baker's Premium Chocolate, at 32c 96 

" 16. 1,246 lbs. N. Y. cheese, at 12c 149 52 

" 16. 500 lbs. lump starch, at 3c 15 00 

" 16. 2 bbls. fine salt, at 74c 148 

" 16. 1 bbl. 3-lb. bags salt 165 

'' IT. Charge on 1,246 lbs. cheese deld. Dec. 16, at 4c 6 23 

" 19. 500 lbs. lump strach, at 3c 15 00 

:' 19. 97 gals, vinegar, at 8c 7 76 

" 19. 2 bbls. salt, at 74c 1 48 

" 22. 40 lbs. star candles, at 81/^0 3 40 

" 22. 3,429 lbs. gran, sugar, at $4.62 158 42 

" 23. 50 lbs. Brier Pipe smoking tobacco, at 38c, * 

less 8 per cent, discount 17 48 

" 30. 40 lbs. Brier Pipe smoking tobacco, at 38c, 

less 8 per cent, discount 13 98 

" 30. 2 doz. 20-oz. Champ mops, at $3.00 6 00 

" 30. 6 bbls. fine salt, at 74c. 4 44 

" 30. 90 lbs. Brier Pipe smoking tobacco, at 38c 

less 8 per cent, discount 31 46 

" 30. 25 boxes Lennox soap, per box, $2.95 73 75 

$1,312 51 

Less error on hominy billed 4 50 

Total $1,308 01 



Ill 



1903. 

Dec. 2. 

2. 

" 2. 

" 19. 



VOUCHER No. 99. HOLLWEG & REESE. 

30 cloz. Meakin tea cups, at 33c $9 00 

12 doz. Meakiu saucers, at 33c 3 96 

14 doz. Meakin 10-in. plates, at 75c 10 50 

12 doz. soup bowls, at 75c 9 OO 

Total 



$33 30 



1903. 
Dec. 1. 
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Nov. 16. 

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VOUCHER No. 100. FRANCKE HARDWARE CO. 

92 lbs. cord G. S. L., at 2.3c $21 16 

1 ream O. N. E. flint' paper 2 00 

1 ream % flint paper 2 00 

1 ream 1 flint paper 2 00 

1 ream IV? flint paper 2 00 

1 ream 2 flint paper 2 25 

311/3 sq. ft. heavy oil-tanned lacing leather, at 

20c 6 30 

1/3 doz. 12-in. Wilson butcher knives, at $9.90. 3 30 

11-12 gross % lamp wick, at 60c 55 

2 chisels, at 15c 30 

1 beU 1 60 

5 doz. C. B. globes, at 90c 4 50 

% doz. No. 5 all steel barrows, at $72.00 18 00 

1/2 doz. coal, picks, at .$4.00 2 00 

1/2 doz. coal pick handles, at $2.00 1 00 

1 doz. 144 scoops. 11 50 

Ye doz. 18 galv. coal hods, at $4.00. 67 

1 toilet set 3 25 

1/2 doz. 8-9 picks, at $6.00 3 00 

1/2 doz. extra handles, at .$2.50 1 25 

10 yds. 54 O pantasote, at $1.25 , 12 50 

50 machine bolts and washers 65 

3 No. 5 all steel barrows, at $6.00 18 00 

$119 78 

Credit by mdse. returned, December .30 3 00 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 101. WM. B. BURFORD. 

2 waste baskets, 13xl3V2 ^^ ^^ 

12 mammoth erasers ^ ^^ 

2,000 lith. envelopes, 6%— 522 6 75 

2,000 lith. envelopes 10—522 8 35 

Total 



$116 78 



$18 70 



112 

VOUCHER No. 102. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1903. 

Dec. 2. Gutenberg Co. for subscription 2 copies July, 

1903-Jau., 1904 $27 30 

" 2. Henry A. Dreer for fiower bulbs 2 95 

" 2. A. R. Elliott Publishing Co., subscription Med. 

Journal, 1904 3 00 

2. Gilbert Wartieldfor 2 2-12 days boiler house. 3 90 

" 5. James Noe for 7 days labor boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 5. C. C. Perkins for 7 days labor boiler house. . . 12 60 

" 5. C. E. Perkins for 7 days labor boiler house. . . 12 60 

" 5. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days labor boiler house. 12 60 

" 5. Thos. Hardy for 7 days labor boiler house... 12 60 

" 5. Alex. Aldridg6 for 7 days labor boiler house. . 12 60 

5. W. W. Winkler for 6 days labor boiler house. 10 80 

" 5. R. C. Martin for 6 days labor boiler house. .. 10 80 

" 5. Mack Prewett, for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 5. H. Crittenden, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 5. E. Sullivan, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 5. J. R. Heiber, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

5. W. Maddox, for 5 10-12 days boiler house 10 50 

" 5. H. McCorkle, for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 5. W. H. Clune, for 7 daj^s boiler house .' 12 60 

" 5. S. A. Golden, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 5. Chas. Johnson, for 6 4-12 days boiler house. 11 40 

" 5. Claude Hack, for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

" 5. Thos. Gallagher, for 1-5-12 days boiler house. 2 55 

" 5. Herman Schrub, for 1 day boiler house..... 1 80 

" 11. Henry Reiser, for music 11 25 

" 12. Dan Fasig, sherilS;, return of eloped patient 

Hannahan 13 58 

" 12. H. McCorkle, for 7 days boiler house. . ; 15 12 

" 12. E. Sullivan, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 12. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. Alex Aldridge, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. H. Crittenden, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. A. W. Clune, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

• " 12. H. Golden, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. J. T. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. R. C. Martin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. C. C. Perkins, for 5 7-12 days boiler house. .. 10 35 

" 12. C. E. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. Thos. Hardy, for 7 days boiler huose 12 60 

" 12. P'rank Gray, for 5 days boiler house 9 00 

" 12. John Johnson, for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 12. W. W. Winkler, for 3 days boiler house 5 40 

" 14. Jos. Foresman, for return eloped patient Wm. 

Beard 7 25 

" 16. Jas. Bays, for % day boiler house 90 

" 16. Chas. Wilson, for 2 4-12 days boiler house 4 20 



113 

VOUCHER No. 102-Coutiiiiied. 
3903. 

Dec. 18. George F. McGimiis, for postage stamps $25 00 

" 18. Mattie Pfaff, for entertainment 15 00 

" 19. A. M. McCorkle, for 6 days boiler lionse 12 90 

" 19. E. Sullivan, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 19. James Neat, for 7 days boiler house 12 00 

" 19. E. Eldridge, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. H. Crittenden, for 7 days boiler house 12 00 

" 19. W. A. Clune, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. H. Golden, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. K. C. Martin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. N. L. Hardin, for 6 6-12 days boiler house. ... 11 70 

" 19. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. C. E. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. Thos. Hardy, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. John Johnson, 1 6-12 days boiler house 2 70 

" 19. W. W. Winkler, for i days boiler house 7 20 

" 19. John Welch, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. L. L. Farmer, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

•' 19. J. R. Heiber, for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

" 19. John McLaughlin, for 2 days boiler house. ... 3 60 

" 19. J. M. Murphy, for 1 day boiler house 1 80 

" 21. J. M. Thornburg Co., for flower bulbs 15 15 

" 21. E. A. Eickhoff, for Xmas tree 8 00 

" 25. Henry Beiser, for music 15 75 

" 26. A. Eldridge, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 26. E. Sullivan, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 26. H. McCorkle, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 26. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 26. H. Crittenden, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 26. W. A. Clune, for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 26. H. Golden, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 26. tlohn Welch, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 26. L. L. Farmer, for 5 1-6 days boiler house 9 30 

" 26. A. B. Stevens, for 3 5-6 days boiler house 6 90 

" 26. R. C. Martin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 26. C. C. Perkins, for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 26. C. E. Perkins, for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 26. Thos. Hardy, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 26. J. R. Heiber, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 26. D. Woolen, for 3% days boiler house 6 30 

" 26. N. L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" ^8. Meinecke & Co., for medical supplies 6 75 

" 28. Columbia Grocery Co., for produce, etc 3 80 

" 28. The Standard Publishing Co., for Sunday 

School supplies 35 50 

" 28. J. M. Thornburg Co., for flov^-er bulbs 3 08 

" 28. G. C. Mack, for entertainment 15 00 

Total •^1'02562 

8 Central Insane. 



114 

VOUCHER No. 103. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1903. 
Dec. 31. Main pay roll for month December, 1903 $7,510 44 



Total $7,510 44 

VOUCHER No. 104. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
190S. 

Dec. 17. 21 No. S tape at 27%c ^ $5 78 

" 17. 4961/2 yds. anchor 1/3 blea. at 8c 39 72 

" 17. 516% yds. Masonville 1/0 blea. at 7%c 40 04 

" 17. 7O814 yds. Hamilton stripe at 7%c 54 89 

" 17. 91 yds. Humbolt jeans at 30c 27 30 

" 17. 12 doz. No. 108 combs at 50c 6 00 

" 17. 12 doz. No. 3 safety pins at 28c 3 36 

" 17. 1 3 G. gross hooks and eyes 48 

" 17. 926 yds. canton flannel at dVifi 92 72 

" 23. 12 gross No. 214 collar buttons at 22c 2 64 

" 23. 2 G. gross pearl buttons at $4.50 9 00 

" 23. 5 11-12 doz. shoe brushes at $2.25 13 31 

" 23. 10 doz. hair brushes at $2.25 22 50 

$317 74 
Less 2 per cent, discount 6 36 

Total r. $31138 

VOUCHER No. 105. JOHN B. BRIGHT & SON. 
1903. 
Dec. 8. 20 bags old crop Golden Santos coffee, 2,573 

lbs., at 9%c $250 87 

8. 20 roasts at 25c 5 00 

" 23. 21 bags old crop Golden Santos coffee, 2,672 

lbs., at 9%c 260 52 

" 23. 21 roasts at 25c 5 25 

Total $521 64 

VOUCHER No. 106. A. B. MEYER & CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 31. 1,859.1100 tons Linton mine run at $1.95 $3,626 12 

" 31. 1,166.100 tons Linton nut and slack at $1.50. . 1,749 75 

" 31. 11.750 tons anthracite grate at $7.50 83 31 

" 31. 2.600 tons anthracite nut at $7.50 17 25 

" 31. 2.1295 tons anthracite stove at $7.50 19 86 

" 31. 6.120 tons antlu-acite egg at $7.50 45 45 

" 31. Unloading 3,071.800 tons coal at 20c 614 28 

Total $6,158 02 



115 

VOUCHER No.' 107. ACME MILLING COMPANY 
1903. 
Dec. 3. 44 bbls. White Rose flour at $3.88 .$170 72 

7. 44 bbls. White Rose flour at $3.88 170 72 

8. 25 bbls. White Rose flour at $3.88 97 00 

" 17. 37 bbls. White Rose flour at $3.88 143 5G 

Total $582 00 

VOUCHER No. 108. THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS COMPANY. 
1904. 

Jan. 21. Gas consumed, 42,500 cubic feet, at 90c $38 25 

" 21. Outside lamp . 1 50 

Total $39 75 

VOUCHER No. 109. SCOPIELD-PIERSON COMPANY. 
1904. 

Jan. 13. 2 doz. silver and gold bds. at $3.00 $G 00 

" 13. 2 doz. special songs bds. at $2.15 4 30 

Total • $10 30 

VOUCHER No. 110. JOSEPH E. BELL. 
1904. 
Jan. 15. Preparing annual report for the year ending 

October 31, 1903 $25 00 

Total $25 00 

VOUCHER No. 111. GEORGE D. HARDIN. 
1904. 

Jan. 25. 22,G25 lbs. straw at 30c $07 88 

" 25. 2,650 lbs. timothy hay at 55c 14 57 

Total $82 45 

VOUCHER No. 112. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL COMPANY. 

1904. 
Jan. 25. 00 words 3 times $1 80 

Total $1 '^" 

VOUCHER No. 113. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL NEWSPAPER 

COMPANY. 

1904. 
Jan. 26. Supplies, 8 lines 3 times $1 00 



Total 



$1 GO 



116 , 

VOUCHER No. 114. THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. 
1904. 
Jan. 25. Notice, 59 words 3 times $1 77 

Total ' $1-77 

VOUCHER No. 115. WILLIAMS & HUNT. 
1904. 

Jan. 4. 2,808 lbs. chip soap at $2.70. . . .- $75 81 

" 12. 3,240 lbs. cliip soap at $2.70 88 56 

" 19. 3,468 lbs. chip soap at $2.70 93 63 

" 28. 2,461 lbs. chip soap at .$2.70 66 45 

Total $324 45 

VOUCHER No. 116. V. BACHMAN. 
1904. 

Jan. 2. 20 bbls. spring wheat flour at $4.75 $95 00 

" 16. 20 bbls. spring wheat flour at $4.75. 95 00 

" 25. 20 bbls. spring wheat flour at $4.75 95 00 

Total $285 00 

VOUCHER No. 117. ACME MILLING COMPANY. 

1904. 

Jan. 7. 18 bbls. White Rose flour at $3.99 $71 82 

Jan. 9. 132"bbls. White Rose flour at $3.99 526 68 

Total $598 50 

VOUCHER No. 118. GEORGE HITZ & CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 13. 1 box lemons $2 75 

" 23. 1 bbl. sweet potatoes 3 00 

Total $5 75 

VOUCHER No. 119. PHELPS, BRACE & CO.. 
1904. 
Jan. 6. 20 chests Imperial tea, 716 lbs., at 251/30 $182 58 

Total $182 58 

VOUCHER No. 120. J. R. RYAN & CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 4. 105.55 bu. ear corn at 51c $53 96 

6. 1,500 lbs. fine Pearl meal at $1.50 22 50 



Total $76 46 



117 

VOUCHER No. 121. J. C. PERRY & CO 

1904. 
Jan. 5. 50 cases camied peaches, luo doz., at ^^.(H). . . .^I'oo oo 
" 23. 12 cases canned peaches, 21 doz., at -1^2.00.. . 48 00 
" 25. 38 cases canned peaches, 70 doz., ivt ^-IM)... 152 (Hi 

Total 



$4U0 00 



VOUCHER No. 122. C. J. GARDNER. 
1904. 

Jan. 5. 3,859 lbs. beef, at $5.75 $22188 

8. 4,196 lbs. beef, at $5.75 24127 

" 14. 3,975 lbs. beef, at $5.75 228 50 

" 19. 4,654 lbs. beef, at $5.75 207 60 

" 21. 4,795 lbs. beef, at $5.75 275 71 

" 27. 4,404 lbs. beef, at $5.75 253 23 

Total $1^488 25 



VOUCHER No. 123. ARTHUR .JORDAN CO. 
1904. * 

Jan. 7. 360 doz. eggs, at 28c $100 80 

" 15. 360 doz. eggs, at 28c 100 80 

" 22. 450 doz. eggs, at 28c 126 00 

Total $327 60 



VOUCHER No. 124. A. J. FOX. 
1904. 
Jan. 7. 79 gal. standard oj-sters, at 90c, less 10 per 

cent $61 10 

" 14. 82 gal. standard oysters, at 90c ., 73 80 

" 21. 80 gal standard oysters, at 90c 72 00 

" 28. 78 gal. standard oysters, at 90c. 70 20 

Total $277 10 



VOUCHER No. 125. ALBERT GALL. 
1904. 

Jan. 28. 14 rolls paper, at 8c $1 12 

" 28. 8 rolls paper, at 8c 64 

" 28. 3 rolls paper, at 8c 24 

" 28. Hanging and sizing 4 15 

" 28. Washing room - 00 

Total •'?8 15 



118 

A^OUCHER No. 126. INDIANAPOLIS WATER CO. 
1904. 
Jan. 20. Water furnished during the month ending 
Jan. 20—7,240,000 ft., last reading, Dec. 20— 
6,595,000 ft, 645,000 ft., at 33%c per 1,000 

ft • $•^1'? 69 

" 20. Water for boiler room, same time, meter 
reading Jan. 20—2,325,000, meter reading 
last Feb. 20—1,440,000, 885,000 ft. at 33%c 
per 1,000 ft •• 298 69 

Total $516 38 

VOUCHER No. 127. WM. H. ARMSTRONG & CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 16. 1-50 cell C. S. D. battery renewed $15 00 

" 16. 7 scissors repaired, sharpened and plated, at 

35c 2 45 

Total • • • $17 45 

VOUCHER No. 128. E. F. SHIDELER & CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 2. 5781/3 bu. potatoes $363 63 

4. 1 bbl. apples 2 50 

9. 1 bbl. apples 2 50 

" 18. 1 bbl. apples 2 50 

" 20. 12 bu. onions 9 00 

" 20. 28,120 lbs. potatoes. .=...'. 294 67 

" 27. 1 bbl. apples 2 '50 

" 28. 1 bbl. apples 2 50 

Total . . . $679 80 

VOUCHER No. 129. KINGAN & CO., Ld. 
1904. 

Jan. 8. 960 lbs. bologna, at 53/4C $56 20 

" 16. 951 lbs. bologna, at 5%c 54 68 

" 22. 955 lbs. bologna, at 5%c 54 92 

" 28. 958 lbs. bologna, at 53/4c 55 09 

Total $219 89 

VOUCHER No. 130. CENTURY BISCUIT CO. 
1904. 
Jan. 7. 15 bbls. Wreners crackers,723 lbs., at 4c,.. .. $28 92 

" 14. 15 bbls. Wreners crackers, 755 lbs., at 4c 30 20 

" 21. 15 bbls. Wreners crackers, 727 lbs., at 4c 29 08 

" 28. 15 bbls. Wreners crackers, 706 lbs., at 4c 28 24 



Total $116 44 



119 

VOUCHER No. 131. J. R. BUDD CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 2. 11 lbs. cliickens, at 16c $1 70 

2. 76 lbs. turkeys, at 20c 15 20 

9. 60 lbs. turkeys, at 20c 12 00 

9. 30 lbs. chickens, at 16c 4 SO 

16. 50 lbs. turkeys, at 20c 10 00 

16. 18 lbs. chickens, at 16c 2 SS 

23. 94 lbs. turkeys, at 20c 18 80 

29. 23 lbs. chickens, at 16c. 3 68 

29. 65 lbs. turkeys, at 20c 13 00 

Total $82 12 

VOUCHER No. 132. SANDER & RBCKER FURNITURE CO. 

1904. 

Jan. 7. 4 commodes, at $5.50 $22 00 



Total ■. $22 00 

VOUCHER No. 133. BRANN & FITTS, CHICAGO, ILL. 

1904. 

Jan. 4. 30 boxes 2 lbs. oleo, 1,200 lbs., at 12c $144 00 

" 11. 30 boxes 2 lbs. oleo, 1,200 lbs., at 12c 144 00 

" 18. 30 boxes 2 lbs. oleo, 1,200 lbs., at 12c 144 00 

" 25. 30. boxes 2 lbs. oleo, 1,200 lbs., at 12c 144 00 

Total ^^m 00 



VOUCHER No. 134. WM. B. BURFORD. 
1903. 

-^ov. 18. 2 doz. quarts Arnold ink $10 80 

" 18. 1 doz. marking pens 3 00 

" 18. 2 doz. sheets blotters, cut 1-12 118 

" 18. 2 doz. quarts Stafford's 1^ ■!<' 

" 18. 2 doz. universal ink quarts 14 40 

" 18. 12 doz. No. 2 letter tabs . 11 -^>- 

" 23. 1/4 doz. stick files 1 ^f' 

" 24.' 2 pencil erasers ^^ 

"- 24. 1 doz. golden rod pencils ■l^ 



24. 1 doz. crown penholders 



50 



Dec. 



1 doz. mem. books, sheep, 2386 4 80 

7. 1,000 clinic reports % demy ptd 1^* l'> 

23. 10,000 manilla en v., Q%, 36 lbs •] 'i'*^ 

23. 2 gross 2-23.5 pencils ^ -'^' 

23. 2 state blade erasers 1 *"' 

23. 4 calendar pads 



120 

VOUCHER No. 134— Coiitinnea. 
1904. 

Jan. 8. 1 G-qr. demy time-book ' $8 70 

8. Patent binding 110 

" 12. 48 file boxes 14 00 

" 12. 12 T%-qr. records, cai) plain, 74-binding 54 UO 

" 14. 1 6-qr. pay-roll book, demy, ptd., full bd.... 8 70 

" 14. Patent binding 110 

" 16. 5,000 requisition on store keeper, % cap, R. 

and P 11 60 

" 16. Tabbing 50 tabs 75 

" 16. 1 qt. Carter's red ink 1 50 

" 18. 6% qr. Demy day-book, plain, full bd 7 81 

" 20. 10 rm. ward paper 16 00 

" 20. 72 boxes 201 labels 3 00 

" 20. 72 boxes 204 labels 3 00 

Total $219 85 



VOUCHER No. 135. ELI MARVIN. 
1908. 

Nov. 4. Round trip from Frankfort to Indianapolis. . $1 50 

•' 27. Round trip from Frankfort to Indianapolis. 

Dec. 9. Round trip from Frankfort to Indianapolis. 

" 30. Round trip froai Frankfort to Indianapolis. 

1904. 

Jan. 6. Round trip from Frankfort to Indianapolis. 

6. Hotel fare Nov. 27 and Dec. 30 

'' 6. Street car tickets. 

6. Salary for Nov., Dec. and Jan 

Total $84 25 



VOUCHER No. 136. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. 

1904. 
Jan. 31. Telegrams per statement received $2_ 04 



1 


50 


1 


50 


1 


50 


1 


50 


1 


50 




25 


75 


00 



Total , $2 04 



VOUCHER No. 137. THE JOHN VAN RANGE CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 29. 12 No. 2^ 25x21x3yo in; pans $16 00 

" 29. 6 11-in. covers, 66 lbs., at 6c. ." 3 96 

Total $19 96 '^ 



121 

VOUCHER No. 138. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
1904. 
Jan. 21. 10 pieces pep. ■12 iu. blea., 520% yds, at OV-jC. . $-±9 45 

" 21. 2 pieces No. 34 crash, 120 yds., at Sy^c 10 20 

" 21. 3,000 needles, at 95c 2 85 

" 21. 90 doz. thread, at 50c 45 00 

?107 50 
Less 2 per cent, discount 2 15 

Total $105 35 

VOUCHER No. 139. L. W. OTT MFG. CO. 
1904. 
Jan. 30. 72 carpet lounges, no baclis, at $6..50 $468 00 

Total $468 00 

VOUCHER No. 140. INDIANAPOLIS ABATTOIR CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 6. 105 porlv loins, 1,250 lbs., at $6.73 $84 13 

" 12. 123 pork loins, 1,288 lbs., at $6.73 86 68 

" 12. 6 tierces lard, 2,160 lbs., at $6.72 145 15 

" 19. Pork loins, 1,206 lbs., at $6.73 87 22 

" 26. 110 pork loins, 1,258 lbs., at $6.73 84 66 

Total ; $48' 84 

VOUCHER No. 141. JOHN O'NEILL. 
1904. 
Jan. 26. 100 lbs. buckwheat flour $3 00 

Total ^^ ^^ 

VOUCHER No. 142. LION COMPRESSED YEAST CO. 
1904. 
Jan. 30. 781/3 lbs. yeast for the month, at 25c $10 04 

Total ^1^^^ 

VOUCHER No. 143. NELSON MORRIS & CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 6. 80 hams, 1.321 lbs., at $0.87 V^ *P13[^ ^'' 

" 20. 79 hams, 1,354 lbs., at $9.87% 133 71 

" 28. 84 hams, 1,330 lbs., at $9.87% 13134 



Total 



$395 50 



122 

VOUCHER No. 144. WULSCHNER-STEWART MUSIC CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 14. Tuning piano . $2 50 

• Total $2 50 

' TOUCHER No. 145. DANIEL STEAVART CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 4. 2 lbs. sugar milk $0 32 

4. 14 lb. citrate caffein 1 23 

" 4. 2 lbs. wtiite pine gum 10 

" 4. 2 lbs. acetate potassium 44 

" 4. 5 lbs. bromide potassium 1 50 

" 4. 5 lbs. bromide sodium 1 90 

" 4. 5 lbs. bromide ammonium 2 15 

4. 25 lbs. paraffin 2 00 

" 4. 25 lbs. dalmation insect powder 4 00 

" 4. 2 lbs. pbospliate iron 1 00 

" 4. 2 lbs. phosphoric acid 76 

" 4. 1 lb. soluble citrate iron 48 

" 4. 3 lbs. purified chloroform 1 95 

" 4. 2 lbs. flexible collodion 1 54 

4. % lb. nitrate silver 3 10 

" 4. 5 lbs. stronger aqua ammonia 50 

4. 2 lbs. fid. ext. aloes soc , 1 82 

" 4. 5 lbs. washed sulphur 45 

" 4. 3 lbs. haydius viburmusa 4 50 

" 4. ^ lb. oil lavender flowers 75 

4. 3 lbs. Armour's ext, beef 8 00 

" 4. 6 lbs. peroxide hydrogen 1^4 2 28 

4. 947 lbs. soda ash 14 20 

4. 50 lbs. bone black 2 50 

" 4. 50 lbs. sulphate copper , 3 50 

" 4. 8 oz. pheno bromate 7 20 

" 4. 8 oz. phenacetiue 7 20 

" 4. 8 oz. thymol mencks 1 GS 

" 4. 4 oz. solution adunol 3 40 

4. 6 doz. 5919 tooth brushes 2 10 

" 4. 12 doz. 1-oz. tin ointment boxes 78 

" 4. 1 doz. 1-qt. tincture bottles 1 35 

4. V^ doz. 1/2-gal. glass funnels. 88 

4. 2 gal. witch hazel 1 30 

4. 2 gal. castor oil 2 10 

4. 10 gal. alcohol 25 40 

" 4. 100 sheets filtering paper 45 

5. 14 doz. 14-gal. glass funnels 88 

5. 8 lbs. cascara evacuant 11 34 

" 5. 1 lb. Ai-mour pepsin ' 4 05 

" 11. 2,000 grms. Squibbs sulphuric ether 4 16 

Total $135 24 



123 

VOUCHER No. 146. M. O'CONNOR & CO. 

1904. 

Jau. C. 2,000 lbs. evap. apples, at Oc $120 00 

6. 500 lbs. hominy, at .$1.05 5 25 

" G. 1,722 lbs. gran, sugar, at $4.()2 TO 50 

" 6. 180 lbs. Anchor tobacco, at 25c less 10 per 

cent 40 50 

" 6. 100 lbs. Brier Pipe smoking tobacco, at 88c. . 34 20 

8. 10 lbs. ground cloves, at 20c 2 00 

" 8. 10 lbs. ground cinnamon, at 25c 2 50 

8. 1,000 lbs. rice, at 5c 50 00 

" 8. 8 boxes L. L. raisins, per box $1.70 13 60 

8. 1,000 lbs. beans, at 3c 30 00 

8. 2,000 lbs. evap. peaches, at 10c 200 00 

8. 111% gal. M. R. syrup, at 19c 2119 

8. 120 lbs. bulk currants, at Oy^c 7 80 

8. 695 lbs. N. Y. cheese, at r2c 83 40 

" 8. 2 boxes monkey soap, per box .*;>.75 7 50 

8. 10 boxes Ivory soap, per box $4.00 40 00 

8. 24 doz. silicon, at 60c 14 40 

8. 12 doz. mop s-ticks, at 10c 1 20 

8. 3 doz. MasOn's biacldng, at 40c 1 20 

" 8. 4 doz. bath brick, at 35c 140 

8. 100 lbs. pure ground pepper, at loc 13 00 

8. 102 gal. vinegar, at 8c 8 16 

9. '5 bbls. salt, at 90c 4 50 

9. 500 lbs. hominy, at $1.05 5 25 

" 11. 50 lbs. cube sugar, at 51/ic 2 63 

" 11. 755 lbs. gran, sugar, at $4.62 349 09 

" 11. 50 doz. No. 1 brooms, at $2.19 _ 109 50 

" 11. 10 doz. whisk brooms, at 90c 9 00 

" 14. 5 bbls. oatmeal, at -$.5.50 27 50 

" 14. 5 bbls. salt, at 90c 4 50 

" 14. 1,500 lbs. lump starch, at 3c 45 00 

" 14. 25 boxes Lennox soap, per box $2.95 73 75 

" 14. 8 boxes Ivory soap, per box $4.00 ! 32 00 

" 16. 1.028 lbs. gran, sugar, at $4.62 47 49 

" 10. 504 lbs. Anchor toljacco, at 25c, less 10 per 

cent •• ll^^O 

" 20. 100 lbs. Brier Pipe smoldng tobucoo, at 38c, 

less 10 per cent ^4 20 

" 20. 12 gal. prep, mustard, at 30c ^ ^2 

" 20. 4,510 lbs. sal soda, at 70c 31 5( 

" 21. 3 doz. mop sticks, at 10c ^ ^^ 

" 28. 814 lbs. N. y. cheese, at 12c. '•^'i' OS 

" 28. 8 boxes monkey soap, per box $3.75 30 00 

'• 28. 126 lbs. Anchor tobacco, at 25c. less 10 per 

, 28 do 

cent 

Total 



$1,826 17 



124 

VOUCHER No. 147. PARKE DAVIS & CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 31. 1 lb. loz. brown mx. and am. clilor $0 40 

" 31. Vs doz. loz. quinine tauuate, 1 gr. 25s, at U5c. . 22 

" 31. 1 living culture typhoid 100 

Total $1 62 



VOUCHER No. 148. A. BURDSAL CO. 
1904. 
Jan. 12. 5 gal. gasoline, at 15c $0 75 



Total $0 75 



VOUCHER No. 149. KIPP BROS. CO. 
1904. - 

Jan. 11. % gross outing cards, at $21.00 $10 50 

" 11. 1 doz. checker boards 2 00 

" 11. 2 doz. 114 checkers, at 75c 1 50 

" 11. 1 doz. ci-own dominoes ' . . . 2 50 

" 11. l^ doz. admiral thermometers, at .$30.00. ..... 18 00 

" 20. 11/4 gross hustlers cards, at $15.00 22 50 ^ 

" 20. Cleaning, repairing No. 11 Regina music box. 2 00 

" 27. V2 doz. lactometers for milk, at $0.00 3 00 

Total $62 00 



VOUCHER No. 150. THE BOBBS-MERRILL CO. 
1904. 

U^an. 11. 1 Da Costa's clinical hermatology $5 00 

" 25. 1 Sabot's phj^s. diagnosis ^ 2 50 



Total $7 50 



VOUCHER No. 151. CHARLES D. WATSON. 
1904. 

Jan. 4. 40 doz. star J. Bros, teacups, at 33c $13 20 

" 4. 10 doz. star J. Bros, saucers, at 33c 3 30 

" 4. 17 doz. star J. Bros, plates, at 75c 12 75 

" 4. 5 doz. star J. Bros, soup bowls, at 80c 4 00 , 

" 4. 3 doz. star J. Bros. 9-in. scollops, at $2.40. ... 7 20 

4. 2 doz. star J. Bros. 36s ings., 1 gal., at $3.60. . 7 20 

4. 2 doz. star J. Bros. 36s ings., 1 pt. at $1.00. . . 2 00 

4. 12 doz 1847 table spoons, at $3.83 45 96 

4. 10 doz. hotel tumblers, at 50c 5 00 

Total $100 61 



125 

VOUCHER No. 152. VONNEGUT HARDWARE 00. 
1904. 

Jan. 2. 20 gross art screws, at $1.40 $28 00 

2. 20 gross art screws, at $1.15 28 00 

" 2. 10 gross art screws, at 87c 8 70 

" 2. 10 gross art screws, at 82c 8 20 

2. 10 gross art screws, at $1.15 11 50 

$79 40 

Less 90-5 per cent 71 85 

$7 55 

" 2. 3 doz. gem door springs, at $1.11 3 33 

" 13. 1 32-in. butcher block 5 75. 

" 19. 2 doz. Detroit rat traps, at $7.00 14 00 

" 20. % doz. axe handles 1 25 

" 20. 1 set Atkins saw tools 75 

" 23. % lb. mica, at $3.00 1 50 

Total $34 13 

VOUCHER No. 153. A. B. MEYER & CO. 
1904. 
' Jan. 31. 1,458 3-20 tons Linton No. 4 mine run, at $1.95 

$2,843 40 

" 31. 1,528% tons Linton No. 4 nut slack, at $1.50. . 2,293 20 

" 31. ISVs tons anthracite coj^l, at $7.50 136 50 

" 31. Unloading 1,355% tons coal, at 20c 271 12 

" 31. 2371/2 hours labor, at 20c 47 50 

Total %^,r^^\ 72 

VOUCHER No. 1.54. JOHN B. BRIGHT & SON. 
1904. 
Jan. 11. 20 bags old crop Golden Santos coffee, 2,.588 

lbs., at 9ysc •?-''''5 ^7 

" 11. 20 roasts, at 25c 5 00 

" 30. 20 bags old crop Golden Santos coffee, 2,517 

lbs., at OYsC 248 55 

" 30. 20 roasts, at 25c ^ 00 

Total ^^^"* -^^ 

VOUCHER No. 1.55. C. H. McDOWELL. 
1904. 

Jan. 3. Services as chaplain, Sunday $0 00 

" 10. Services as chaplain. Sunday 5 00 

" 17. Services as chaplain, Sunday 5 00 

" 24. Services as chaplain, Sunday 5 00 

" 31. Services as chaplain, Sunday ^ 00 



Total 



$25 00 



126 

VOUCHER No. 156. JOHN OSTBRMAN. 
1904. 
Jan. 31. 5,115 gals, milk, at lie $562 65 



Total $562 65 



VOUCHER No. 157.. RUFUS L. KENNEDY. 
1903. 

Nov. 26. Railroad fare from and to home $3 95 

Dec. 9. Railroad fare from and to home 3 95 

" 28. Railroad fare from and to home. . . ; 3 95 

1904. . ' 

Jan. 6. Railroad fare from and to home 3 95 

" 30. Salary as trustee for 3 months ending Jan. 

^ 31 75 00 

Total $90 80 



VOUCHER No. 158. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
Jan. 2. L. L. Fanner for 6 1-12 days labor boiler 

house $10 95 

2. James Noe for 7 days labor boiler house 12 60 

2. Elmer Sullivan for 7 days labor boiler house. 15 12 

2. L. Crittenden for 7 days labor boiler house. . 12 60 

2. W. A. Clune for 6 days labor boiler house ... 10 80 

2. L. Golden for 4 2-12 days labor boiler house. 7 50 

2. John Welsh for 7 days labor boiler house. ... 12 60 

2. D. B. Stevens for 7 days labor boiler house. . 12 60 

2. L. McCorkle for 7 daj^s labor boiler house. ... 15 12 
2. R. C. Martin for 6 2-12 days labor boiler 

house 11 10 

2. Noah L. Hardin for 7. days labor boiler house . 12 60 
2. C. C. Perkins for 6 8-12 days labor boiler 

house 12 00 

2. C. E. Perkins for 6 8-12 days labor boiler 

house 12 00 

2. Thos. Hardy for 6 3-12 days labor boiler 

house 11 25 

2. J. R. Heiben for 7 days labor boiler house. ... 12 60 

2. A. Williamson for 2 days labor boiler house. . 3 60 

2. H. S. Wolfla for 2 3-12 days labor boiler house 3 75 
2. Edgar Irwin for 3 10-12 days labor boiler 

house 6 90 

2. Fred Dugan for 4 days labor boiler house .... 7 20 

4. George F. McGinnis for box rent, Jan. -April, 
1904 3 00 

5. Henry Hildebrand for typewriting 8 00 



127 

VOUCHER No. 15S-Continned. 
1904. 

Jan. 6. Heavy Beiser for music !j;iO 50 

" 8. Henry Beiser for music 11 25 

" 9. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

9. Elmer Sullivan for 5 6-12 days boiler house. . 11 88 

" 9. R. C. Martin for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 9. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 9. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 9. C. E. Perkins for 6 days boiler house 10 SO 

9. J. J. Windoffer for 6 6-12 days boiler house. . 11 70 

" 9. Wm. Haniffin for 5-12 days boiler house, 75 

" 9. J. R. Heiben for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 9. Edgar Erwin for 2-12 days boiler house 30 

" 9. E. L. Crittenden for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 9. W. A. Clune for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

■' 9. H. Golden for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 9. John Welsh for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 9. Thos. Hardy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 9. Fred Dugan for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 9. D. D. Stevens for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

9. H. McCorkle for 4 6-12 days boiler house 9 72 

" 9. Alex Eldridge for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 9. E. Crittenden for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 11. Charles J. Gardner for meats, etc " 8 94 

" 11. Columbia Grocery Co. for groceries 8 68 

" 11. F. A. Davis Co. for medical books 20 00 

" 12. Wm. Wood Co. for 1904 medical record 5 00 

" 12. J. M. Thornburg Co. for bulbs and seeds 1 35 

" 12. George F. McGinnis for postage 25 00 

" 14. Indianapolis Sentinel Co. for 1903-1904 sub.. 

5 dailies, 6 Sundays 28 50 

" 15. The Journal of Tuberculosis, sub. vol. v 2 00 

" 16. Elmer Sullivan for 5 days boiler house 10 80 

" 16. H. McCorkle for 2 days boiler house 4 32 

" 16. R. C. Martin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boUer house 12 60 

" 16. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. C. E. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. J. J. Windoffer for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. J. R. Hieben for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. E. L. Crittenden for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. W. A. Clune for 6 10-12 days boiler house. ... 12 30 

" 16. Asa Golden for 8 days boiler house 5 40 

" 16. John Welsh for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 16. Thos. Hardin for 5 days boiler house 00 

" 16. Fred Dugan for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 16. D. B. Stevens for 6 1-12 days boiler house. ... 10 95 

" 16. Alex Eldridge for 7 days boiler house 12 60 



128 



VOUCHER No. 158— Continued. 
1904. 

Jan. 16. Everett Crittenden for 7 days boiler liou.se. .. $12 (JO 

16. C. E. Golden for 7 daj^s boiler house' 12 60 

16. Tbos. Fuell for 3 days boiler bouse 5 40 

16. W. H. Oyler for 2 days boiler house 3 60 

16. Dan Coy for 2 days boiler house 3 60 

16. The Journal of Mental and Nervous Dis- 
eases, subscription, 1903 . . . 3 00 

16. The University Society for 1 set music and 

bookcase 129 95 

18. W. B. Saunders Co. for medical books 26 00 

19. Henry Beiser for music 11 25 

19. Joe A. Dovvmey for 1904 postal guide 2 50 

23. W. B. Austin for freight and charges 8 16 

23. Elmer Sullivan for 6 days boiler house 12 96 

23. H. McCorlde for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

23. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

23. C. E. Golden for 3 days boiler house 5 40 

23. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

23. C. E. Perkins for 6 6-12 days boiler house 11 70 

23. J. J. Windoffer for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

23. J. R. Hieben for 5 days boiler house 9 00 

23. James Noe for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

23. Edward Crittenden for 6 days boiler house. . 10 80 

23. W. A. Clune for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

23. John Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

23. Thos. Hardy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

23. Fred Dugan for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

23. D. B. Stevens for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

23. Alex Eldridge for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

23. Everett Crittenden for 7 days boiler house ... 12 60 

23. Thos. Fuell for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

23. W. H. Oyler for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

23. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

23. R. C. Martin for 5 0-12 days boiler house 9 90 

23. Chas. Anderson for 2 days boiler house 3 60 

23. Expenses to and from Cincinnati, the supt ... 11 10 

29. George Temple for entertainment 15 00 

30. Elmer Sullivan for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

30. H. McCorkle for 6 days boiler house 12 96 

30. C. C. Perkins for 6 8-12 days boiler house 12 00 

30. C. E. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

30. J. J. Windoffer for 5 11-12 days boiler house. . 10 65 

30. J. R. Hieben for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

30. Everett Crittenden for 4 11-12 days boiler 

house S 85 

30. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

30. Everett Crittenden for 11-12 days boiler house 1 65 

30. W. A. Clune for days lioiler house. 10 80 



120 



VOUCHER No. loS-Conliiuicd. 
l'J04. 

:ui. 30. John Welsh for T days hoihM- house 

'• 30. Thos. Hardy for 7 days boiler house 

•' 30. D. B. Stevens for 7 days boiler house 

" 30. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 

" 30. W. H. Oyler for (i days boiler house 

" 30. Alex Eldridge for days? boiler house 

" 30. John Shipley for 2-12 days boiler house 

" 30. Chas. Golden for (5 days boiler house 

" 30. Shelton Spillman for (5 days boiler house.... 

" 30. Xoah L. Hardin for (i (;-12 days lioiler house 



Total 



$12 (iO 




12 (JO 




12 (iO 




12 (!() 




10 SO 




10 80 




30 




10 so 




10 so 




11 70 




$1.33!) 


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VOUCHER No. 159. GEORJE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
Jan. 31. Main pay-roll for January, 190-1 $7,510 17 



5 


21 


3 


70 


5 


21 


5 


71 


5 


17 



Total • $7,510 17 

VOUCHER No. 160. ALBERT M. ADAMS. 
1904. 
Jan. 30. Services as trustee for quarter ending Jan. 

31, 1904 $75 00 

" 30. Expenses to and from Indpls., Nov. 27. 1903. 
" 80. Expenses to and from Indpls., Dec. 9, 1903.. 
30. Expenses to and from Indpls., Dec. 28, 1903. 
" 30. Expenses to and from Indpls., Jan. 6, 1904.. 
•' 30. Expenses to and from Indpls., Jan. 29, 1904. 

Total $100 00 

VOUCHER No. 161. INDIANAPOLIS WATER CO. 
1904. 
Feb. 29. To water furnished the Central Hospital for 
Insane during the month ending Feb. 20. 
' " 1904, as per meter reading: 

7,688,000 ft, state of meter Feb. 20. 
7,240,000 ft., state of meter Jan. 20. 

448,000 ft., at 33%c per 1,000 ft $151 20 

Water furnished boiler room, same time: 
2,941,000 ft. Feb. 20. 
. 2,325,000 ft. Jan. 20. 

616,000 ft., at 33%c per 1,000 ft 207 90 

Total • ?359 jO 

9— Central Insane. 



130 

VOUCHER No. 1(j2. C. H. McDOWELL, 
1904. 

Feb. 7. Services as cliaplain $5 00 

" 14. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 21. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 28. Services as chaplain 5 00 

Total ' $20 00 

VOUCHEK No K;:^,. standard OIL CO. 
1904. 

Feb, 1. 2 bbls. Alaska cylinder oil. 100 gal., at 19c $19 00 

1. 2 bbls. red engine oil, 100 gal., at lie 11 00 



Total $30 00 

VOUCHER No. 104. BERND BROS. 
1904. 
Feb. 11. Truck, new $60 00 



Total $60 00 

VOUCHER No. 165. THE OLDS SOAP CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 4. 1,351 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 $35 13 

6. 1,300 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 

10. 1,215 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 

12. 1,280 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 

17. 1,260 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 

18. 1,110 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 

19. 3,125 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 

22. 995 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 

24. 3,060 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 

25. 1,080 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 

Total . $307 74 

VOUCHER No. 166. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL NEWSPAPER 

COMPANY. 
1904. 
Feb. 23. Notice supplies, 8 lines, 3 times $1 60 

Total _ . . $1 60 

VOUCHER No. 167. T. F. SMITHBR. 
1904. 
Feb. 13. 5 gal. pine tar $2 50 

Total $2 50 



35 


36 


31 


59 


33 


28 


32 


76 


28 


86 


29 


25 


25 


87 


27 


56 


28 08 



131 

VOUCHER No. 108. W. D. ALLISON CO. 
1904. 
Feb. 4. 1 secoiicl-liaud table .$8 00 

Total JUS 00 

VOUCHER No. 109. HITZ BAKERY. 
1904. 

Feb. 4. 15 bbls. crackers, 090 lbs., at $3.99. .$27 77 

" 11. 15 bbls. crackers, 700 lbs., at $3.99 27 93 

" 18. 15 bbls. crackers, 732 lbs., at $3.99 29 21 

" 25. 15 bbls. crackers, 734 lbs., at .$3.99 29 29 

Total ' $114 2<» 



VOUCHER No. 170. O. E. GREGORY. 
1904. 

Feb. 2. 800 lbs. B. meal, at $1.43 $1144, 

" 11. TOO lbs. B. meal, at $1.43 10 01 

Total $21 45 



VOUCHER No. 171. V. BACHMAN. 
1904. 

Feb. 8. 20 bbls. spring patent flour, at $4.75 $95 00 

" 19. 15 bbls. spring patent flour, at $4.75 73 50 

" 25. 25 bbls. spring patent flour, at $4.75 118 75 

Total -^SST 25 

VOUCHER No. 172. GEORGE T. EVANS. 
1904. 

Feb. 3. 150 bbls. winter straight flour, at $4.13 $619 50 

Total ••• $61950 

VOUCHER No. 173. A. J. FOX. 
1904. 

Feb. 5. 65 gal. standard oysters, at $1.00 $65 00 

" 12. 76 gal, standard oysters, at $1.00 76 00 

" 25. 70 gal. standard oysters, at $1.00 70 00 

Less rebate of ^^ ^^ 

Total ^21100 



132 

VOUCHER No. 174. THE GEIGER-TINNEY CO. 
1!X)4. 

Feb. 10. 2U bags coffee, 2,G02 lbs., at $11.G2 $302 35 

" 10. Roastiug- 20 bags coffee, at 40c 8 00 

'* 17. 20 bags coffee, 2,004 lbs., at $11.62 302 59 

" 17. Roasting 20 bags coft"ee, at 40c 8 00 

Total $620 94 

VOUCHER No. 175. BAUSCH & LOME OPTICAL CO. 
1904. 
Jau. 11. 20 cakes paraline M. P., at 45 to 50c, 25 per 

cent, off $7 00 

'■ 11. 5 cakes parafiue M. P., at 50 to 55c, 25 per 

cent, oft" 2 00 

11. 500cc benzine pure from petr, 25 per cent oft'. 10 
" 11. 500cc Nessis methylen bine soapy sol., 25 per 

cent, oft' 2 50 

" 11. lOOcc gold chloride, 05 per cent sol., net 60 

" 11. 250 gr., 8 1-oz. packs celladin in shreds, net. . 8 00 
" 11. 2 thermo regulators, Reicherts, 25 per cent. 

off 4 00 

" 11. 2 thermometers, 25 per cent, off 3 00 

" 11. 100 rubber caps for test tubes, 25 per cent, off 2 50 

" 11. Containers, 25 per cent off 10 

Feb. 6. 1 No. 1208 mixing pipette, net 8 80 

6. 1 Davis hoemaglobnometer, net 20 00 

Total $48 80 

VOUCHER No. 176. THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 25. 23,100 cu. ft. of gas consumed, at 90c $20 79 

" 25. 1 outside lamp 1 50 

Total $22 29 

VOUCHER No. 177. THE "SANITAS" CO., Ltd. 
1904. 

Feb. 8. 1 gross farmic sulphugators $28 80 

" 8. 10 boxes "Sanitas" disinfecting laundry soap, 

at $6.00 60 00 

" 8. 59 gal. "Sanitas" crude disinfecting liquid, at 

$1.50 88 50 

$177 80 

Discount of 10 per cent on $28.80 $2 88 

Discount of $1.00 per box on 10 boxes.. .10 00 

12 88 

Total $164 4^ 



133 

VOUCHER No. 178. THE COLUMBUS BUTTER CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 5. 40 lbs. biitlerine, sample, at 12c $4 80 

" 5. 1,200 lbs. butterine, at 12c 144 00 

" 12. 1,200 lbs. butterine, at r2c 144 00 

" 19. 1,200 lbs. butterine, at 12c 144 00 

" 26. 1,600 lbs. butterine, at 12c 192 00 

Total $028 80 

VOUCHER No. 179. FRANK E. JANES. 
1904. 
Feb. 9. 100 bu. white oats, at 46c $46 00 

Total $46 00 

VOUCHER No. 180. CHARLES J. GARDNER. 
1904. 

Feb. 1. 4,332 lbs. beef, at $.5.85 $253 42 

" 4. 4,814 lbs. beef, at $.5.85 28161 

" 9. 4,688 lbs. beef, at $.5.85 274 24 

" 12. 4,233 lbs. beef, at $.5.85 247 63 

" 18. 4,785 lbs. beef, at $5.85 276 99 

" 23. 4,666 lbs. beef, at .$5.85 272 96 

" 26. 5,196 lbs. beef, at $5.85 303 90 

Total $1,910 81 

VOUCHER No. 181. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 3. 30 doz. napkins, at $2.00 .$60 00 

" 3. 1 doz. napliins, sample 2 00 

3. 3 doz. doilies, at 75c 2 25 

" 3. 1 doz doilies . . . .' ^^ 

Total ^••^•"> 

VOUCHER No. 182. A. KIEFER DRUG CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 3. 1 STOSS Burnetts sliields !$1 00 



Total 

VOUCHER No. 183. THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS 
1904. 
Feb. 22. Notice, 63 words, 3 times '^'^ ^' 



$7 00 



Total ■ ^''' 



134 _ 

VOUCHER No. 184. WM. H. ARMSTRONG & CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 13. 2 bottles silk, 3 sizes, at 50c $1 00 

" 13. 2 bottles catgut, 3 sizes, at 50c 1 00 

" 13. 2 tubes silk worm gut, at 25c 50 

" 13. 2 bottles drainage tubes, at 40c 80 

" ]3. 2 surgical nail brushes, at 10c 20 

" 13. 2 fountain syringes, 2 qts., at 75c 1 50 

" 13. 2 jars plain gauze, 5 yds., at 50c 1 00 

" 13. 3 aluminum handles Minor operating knives, 

at $1.00 3 00 

' " 13. ] bone elevator and gauge 1 00 

" 13. 2 plain artery and dressing forceps, at 50c. . . 1 00 

" 13. 4 Taits curved artery forceps, at 75c 3 00 

" 13. 4 Taits straight artery forceps, at 75c. 3 00 

" 13. 2 Matbiens small needle holders, at $1.50 3 00 

" 13. 1 8% bone forcep with spring 2 75 

" 13. 1 American bullet forcep 1 25 

" 13. 2 aluminum grooved directors, at 35c 70 

" 13. 1 pair Parker's retractors 85 

" 13. 1 surgical scissors, 5% in., straight. 85 

" 13. 1 pair P. C. probes 25 

" 13. Repairing, sharpening, polishing and plating 

instruments in two operating sets 4 20 

" 13. Sharpening and cleaning instruments in P. M. 

set 2 10 



Total $32 95 



VOUCHER No. 185. HENRY FROMMBYER. 
1904. 

Feb. 16. 4 gross No. 2 wick, at 50c $2 00 

" 16. 1 doz. students wick 20 

" 10. 1/. doz. No. 2 burners 45 



Total $2 65 



VOUCHER No. 186. SANDER & RECKER FURNITURE CO. 

1904. 

Feb. 10. 1 iron bed $7 50 

" 10. 1 iron spring 4 50 

" 10. 1 hair mattress 18 00 

" 10. 1 dresser and washstand 15 00 

" 10. 1 Morris chair 8 50 

" 10. 1 stool 1 00 

" 10. 1 couch 12 00 

" 10. 1 bookcase 12 50 

«' 10. 1 oak table .,.,.,.. ..,..,..,, 9 QQ 



l'J04. 
Feb. 10. 
" 10. 
" 10. 



VOUCHER No. 186— Coiitiuued. 

1 wardrobe $9 50 

1 rocker 4 50 

1 stool, 24-iii 3 00 

Total 



$105 00 



VOUCHER No. 187. ALBERT GALL. 
1904. 

Feb. 4. 100 yds. remts. carpet, ut G5c $0.") 00 

" 10. 30 yds. iugraiii carpet, laid, at 77M)C 23 2.") 

" 10. 1 rug 90 

" 10. 1 rug 2 15 

" 10. 1 rug 3 15 

" 15. IG rolls paper, at 15c 2 40 

" 15. 10 rolls paper, at 15c 1 50 

" 15. 3 rolls paper, at 15c 45 

" 15. Hanging and painting 4 85 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 188. J. R. RUDD CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 5. 33 lbs. turlceys. at 20c ^i^'j "f 

5. 18 lbs. chickens, at Kic i" ^^^ 

" 12. 19 lbs. chickens, at 10c '^ ^-^ 

" 12. 47 lbs. turkeys, at 20c ^^ 40 

" 19. 49 lbs. turkeys, at 20c -^ ^" 

" 19. 24 lbs. chickens, at 10c 3 84 

" 26. 23 lbs. chickens, at 16c '^ ^'^ 

•• 26. 47 lbs. turkeys, at 20c. ^ ^^^ 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 189. .TAMES L. REACH. 
1904. ,.. 

Feb. 1. 1 box lemons o /.- 

2 0;» 
" 12. 1 box lemons ^^^__ 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 19.1. THE BOBBS-MERUILL CO. 

1904. ^., -„ 

Feb. 13. 1 Thayer-s Pathology ^ ^^^^ 

"• 13. 1 INIartin's (im. Pathology ^^ 

Total 



.$103 05 



.i;48 (U 



$5 30 



.$(; 59 



i;jG 



VOUCHER Xo. liJl. WESTERN UNION TELEGRArH CO. 



1DU4. 
Feb. 2[). Ti'leyraphiiiji' per stateiiu'iit rendered. 

Total 



$1 72 



$1 72 



VOUCHER No. 1!)2. GEORGE J. MAYER. 
1904. 

Feb. 22. 1 No. 2 pad $0 35 

" 22. % oz. ink 10 

" 22. 1 facsimile stamp, "Albert M. Adams"' 2 2.5 



Total 



.$2 70 



VOUCHER Xo. liCi. STROBEL BROS. 



1!)04. 



Feb. 4. 12 ca.ses eggs, 3(50 doz.. at 35c $120 00 

" 15. 12 cases eggs, 300 doz.. at 35c 120 00 

•• 24. 12 cases eggs, 300 doz., at 35c 120 (M) 

Total 



$378 00 



VOUCHER No. 104. THE SINGER MFW. CO. 
1904. 
Feb. 1. 200 needles 



,$2 00 



Total 



$2 00^ 



\'()UCIIEU Xo. 105. THE H. LIEBER CO. 
1004. 
Feb. 23. 1 doz. lit lio (•ra\()n 



.$1 00 



Total 



U 00 



1004 
Feb. 



VOUCHER Xo. 1!m;. LOT'lS E. IIAA(;. 

2 llis. i)o\vd. alnm 

5 llts. gran, jilios. soda 

5 lbs. liypoijjios. calami 

."> liis. li.Npoplios. soilinni 

5 lbs. Iiidniide sodium 

.'i lbs. Iiromiile I olnss 

2 His. chlui'alr poiass 

5 llis. |io\\d. 'iinric acid 



.$0 


10 




45 


•_) 


7.5 


1 


(■.5 


2 


15 


1 


SO 




bS 




05 



137 

VOUCHER No. l!>(;-^rontimu'(l. 
1904. 

Feb. 1. 5 lbs. powd. borax ^^) 4;.. 

" 1. 50 lbs. oxalic acid -^ -jr. 

" 1. 100 lbs. brimstone 2 oO 

" 1. 1 lb. beecliwood creosote . 1 07 

'' 1. Mt lb. nitre silver 3 3(; 

" 1. 1 lb. Hoffman's anodyne 57 

" 1. 1/4 lb. oil lemon 45 

•' 1. 1 lb. oil cayput 70 

" 1. 50 lbs. glycerine, Gordon's 77.-) 

" 1. 1 lb. F. E. ipecac :; co 

" 1. 5 lbs. F. E. ergot 7 .".() 

" 1. 2 lbs. F. E. prickly ash berries -J 7(i 

" 1. 25 lbs. epsom salts 44 

" 1. 10 lbs. carbolic acid 2 (lO 

" 1. 1 lb. salicylate soda MS 

" 1. 1/2 lb. benzoic acid 25 

" 1. 2 lbs. F. E. squills co. for syrup 2 70 

" 1. 3 lbs. pure chloroform 2 04 

" 1. 4 oz. antikamnia ."> Cii) 

*' 1. 2 oz. antipyrin 42 

" ^ 1. 6 oz. 'pheno bromide 5 40 

" 1. 4 oz. resorciu 4(! 

"* 1.2 oz. phos. codeum 5 50 

" 1. 8 oz. phenacetin <l 4(i 

' 1. 25 oz. sulph. quinine •■•25 

'\ 1. 2 oz. pure lunar caustic 04 

1. 10 gal. alcohol 25 00 

" 1. 5 gal. parafine oil So 

" 1. 5 gal. Trommer's malt codliver oil 14 <i(> 

1. 10 gal. wood alcohol <■''"• 

" 1. 2 doz. Peter peptic essence 15 (lo 

1. 4 gross asst. sliding powder boxes 2 (;(t 

1. 6 gross No. 29 pill boxes •' •5" 

1. G gross No. 30 pill boxes •'> ''" 

1. 1,000 tab. morphine sal.. 14 - '^' 

1. 1,000 tab. calomel. 14 •^" 

1. 2,000 grann. squibbs ether -I '!<• 

I. 10 yds. belladonna plaster, 5-in 5 21) 

1. 2 lbs. tartaric acid •"[ 

1. 12 cases vaccine •' '"' 

:: :!4 



1. 500 tab. proteus 

1. 10 yds. belladonna plaster 

Total 



III! 



$11 



138 

VOUCHER No. 197. CHARLES D. PEARSON & CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 1. 40 doz. tea cups, at 33c $13 20 

1. 20 doz. saucers, at 33c 6 60 

1. 30 doz. 10-m. plates, at 75c 22 50 

1. 4 doz. water pitchers, at .?3.60 14 40 

" 1. 4 doz. cream pitchers, at $2.40 9 60 

" 1. 6 doz. soup bowls, at 80c 4 80 

" 1. 1 doz. wash bowls and pitchers 7 60 

" 1. 1 doz. slop jars 9 00 

1. 12 doz. No. 17 hotel tuml)lers 5 40 

Total $93 10 



VOUCHER No. 198. HOME STOVE CO. 
19(14. 

Feb. 1. () No. 3 model caunon stoves, at $20.00 $120 00 

" 1. 72 jts. 6-iu. stove pipe com., at 10c 7 20 

1. 15 6-in. elbows, at 10c 1 50 

" 1. 6 jts. 7x0 in. pipe com., at 12c 72 

1. 6 pokers, at 10c 60 

1. 6 dampers, at 10c 60 

1. 6 collars, at 5c 30 



Total $130 92 



VOUCHER No. 19!). HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 16. 798 yds. Utica 58-in. brown, at 18c $143 64 

" 16. 1,00(J yds. crash, at 7c 70 00 

" 16. 50 Holland <iuilts, at 9()c 45 00 

" 16. 1 Holland quilt 90 

" 16. 108 yds. M. O. C, at 13c ; 14 04 

" 19. 50 Holland (luilts, at 90c 45 00 

'• 22. 2(M) yds. Stevers a crash. ;it 7c 14 00 

$332 58 
Less 2 i)er cent, discount 6 65 

Total $325 93 



VOUCIIKU .\<.. L'lio. ATLAS FALKK MILLS CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 2. 1 case 10 rolls tolicl p:i])ci' $4.50 

" 11. 1 case 10 I'olls Idilct p.-ipiM' 4 'ti) 



Total $9 00 



139 



VOUCHER No. 201. THE A. BURDSAL CO 
1904. 

Feb. 11. 5 gal. gasoline, at 15c en 



1904. 



75 



Total 



VOUCHER No. 202. KIPP BROS. COMPANY. 



Feb. 18. % doz. 4-oz. R. syringes at .$13.50 

" 18. 1 doz. 2-oz. syringes 

" 18. % doz. harps at $5.00 

" 18. 1 doz. harps 

" 27. % gross Outing playing cards, at $20. 



$10 13 


8 00 


1 67 


2 00 


10 00 



Total 



$0 75 



$31 80 



VOUCHER No. 203. AMMONIA SOAP POWDER COMPANY. 
1904. 
Feb. 20. 100 lbs. ana. soap powder at 3y2C $3 50 



Total 



$3 50 



VOUCHER No. 204. M. O'CONNOR & CO. 



1904. 

Feb. 1 

1 

" 8, 
" 8, 



2,954 lbs. beans at 3c 

1,000 lbs. hominy at $1.10 

12 doz. scrub brushes at 4.5c 

3 doz. Mason blacking at 40c 

1 box sapolio 

200 doz. canned peaches at $2.00 

200 doz. canned corn at $1.00 

500 lbs. hominy at $1.10 

5 bbls. oatmeal at $5.95 

2 boxes Church's soda at $2.90 

1 bbl. 100 3-lbs. salt. . ., 

160 lbs. currants at 6Y2C 

5 boxes raisins at $1.70 

500 lbs. lump starch at 3c 

10c. per doz. on 200 doz. canned corn, deliv. 

4,024 lbs. granulated sugar at $4.-57 

1,000 lbs. rice at 5%c 

52 gal. N. O. molasses at 25c 

2,000 lbs. evapoi'ated apples at 6^ • - 

1 bbl. No. 1 shore mackerel 

1,693 lbs. granulated sugar at $4.57 

56 gal. M. R. syrup at 25c 

58 gal. coal oil at 18c 

12 doz. mop sticks at 30c 

1,050 lbs. N. Y. cheese at 12c 

12 gal. ,iars mustard at 35c 



$88 02 


11 00 


5 40 


1 20 


2 25 


400 00 


2(M» 00 


5 50 


29 75 


5 80 


1 GO 


10 40 


8 50 


15 00 


20 00 


183 90 


55 00 


13 00 


130 00 


25 00 


77 37 


14 00 


9 54 


3 60 


126 00 


4 30 



140 



VOUCHER Xo. 2W-Coiitiuued. 
11)04. 

Feb. 24. 2,705 lbs. granulated sugar at $4.57 $123 02 

" 24. 2i; boxes Lenox soap at $2.95 73 75 

" 24. 500 lbs. lump starch at 3c 15 00 

" 24. 5 bbls. oatmeal at $5.95 29 75 

" 29. 3 boxes LL raisins at $1.70 5 10 

" • 29. bbls. Dingee pickles at $7.50 -45 00 

Total $1,738 85 

VOUCHER No. 205. LION COMPRESSED YEAST COMPANY. 

1904. 
Feb. 29. 70 lbs. yeast at 25c $17 50 

Total $17 50 

VOUCHER No. 20(J. JOHN OSTERMAN. 
1!M>4. 
Ft-1). 2!t. 4.7S5 gal. milk at lie $526 35 

Total $526 35 



l!)()4. 
Feb. 29 
" 29 
•' 29 
" 29, 
•' 29 
•• 29 



VOUCHER No. 207. A. B. MEYER & CO. 

2.467% tons Linton No. 4 m. run coal, at $1.95.$4,811 48 

853 7-10 tons L. No. 4 nut and slack, at $1.50. 1,280 55 

20 975-2,(X)0 tons anthracite coal, at $7.50 153 60 

50 bu. lump coke, at 12c 6 00 

Unloading 3.28(i tons coal, at 20c 657 20 

I-abor 7211. hours, at 20c 14 50 

Totnl 



>,923 34 



VOUCHER No. LMIS. I.XDIAXAPOLIS ABATTOIR CO. 
1'.MI4. 

Feb. 2. 110 pork loins. 1,2.">S H)s., at .$7.67 

:'.. 5 tierces lard. 1.796 ll)s.. at .$7.18 

4. 74 Iiams, 1,300 lbs., at $10.48 

9. 11 b. bacon. .")2 lbs., at 16c 

9. 148 pork loins. 1,252 lbs., at $7.07 

" 11. 76 lianis. 1.31S ll»s.. at $16.48 

" 16. pork loins. 1.2:;4 lbs., at $7.67.... 

•• 17. <; tii-rccs l.-ird. 2. KM lbs., at $7.18 

■• IS. 7.". liaiiis. l.::ir, Ibs., .-it $10.48 

'• 2;;. i:!(; iiorl; loins. l.l'.'iO lbs., af $7.67 

" 2.'.. 72 liains. 1.:;:!.'. lbs 

Total 



. $96 49 


128 


95 


136 


24 


8 


32 


96 


03 


138 


13 


94 


65 


153 


00 


137 


92 


95 88 ' 


139 91 




$1,225 52 



141 



VOUCHER a\o. 209. E. F. SHIDELEK ^- CO 
1904. 

Feb. 4. 693% bu. potatoes ,.j;^;;-5j^ 17 

5. 1 bu. crauberries 2 00 

8. 1 bbl. apples ;j qq 

11. 1 bu. onions j jr, 

" 18. 1 bbl. apples 3 00 

19. 1 bbl. apples 3 00 

" 26. 3,220 lbs. potatoes 49 37 

" 26. 1 bu. onions 1 'SH 

" 27. 3,200 lbs. potatoes 49 07 

" 29. 2,250 lbs. potatoes 34 aO 

Total 



$784 61 



1904. 
Feb. 5. 
" 12. 
" 19. 
" 26. 



VOUCHER No. 210. KINGAN & CO.. Ltd. ' 

Large gut bologna, 954 lbs., at 5%c $54 86 

Large gut bologna, 953 lbs., at 5%c 54 80 

Large gut bologna, 957 lbs., at 5%c 55 03 

Large gut bologna, 981 lbs., at 5%c 56 41 

Total 



$221 10 



1903. 


Dec 


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1904. 


Jan. 


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11 


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VOUCHER No. 211. WM. B. BURFORD. 

500 notice of recovery, women, % folio, ptd. . $4 80 

500 notice of recovery, men, % folio, ptd 4 80 

12 diaries, 384 3 60 

2 diaries, 386 1 00 

1 perfection calendar 25 

2 oz. purple ink, stamp 20 

2,000 vouchers, % acp U. and P 14 90 

1,000 officer of day's reports, 1/2 cap R. and P. 9 80 

300 programs, pathological dept, % folio, ptd . 3 00 

2 boxes y2-in. bands 1 90 

1 box 14-in. bands 65 

1 box i^-in. bands 50 

1 box 1-16-in. bands 18 

2 R. M, 60-lb. manilla wrap 4 80 

1,000 6% B. L. envelopes, lith 4 25 

144 scratch pads, 100 each ^ 76 

100 sheets buff blotting 4 90 

2,500 microscope label, 1^4x1% ^ 50 

5,000 daily reports, Wh. cap R. and P CI 70 

1 150-pp. time book ^ ^ 

10,000 manilla envelopes, 6%, 50 lbs « 80 



142 



VOUCHER No. 211— Continued. 
lt)04. 

Feb. l.j. 4 willow baskets. 13x13% $1 60 

" 24. 10,000 leave of absence blanks 5 00 

" 24. Tabbing 10,000 leave of absence blanks 2 00 

Total : . 

VOUCHER No. 212. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 22. Notice, (50 words, 3 times $1 80 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 213. FRANCKB HARDWARE CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 1. 3 10-45 comt. wrenches, at $1.10 $3 30 

1. 3 12-45 comt. Avrenches, at $1.24 3 72 

1. 3 pr. 7-in. 327 pliers, at 33c 99 

1. 3 doz. 1 brass safety chain, at 41c 1 23 

1. 3 doz. brass safety chain, at 30c 90 

1. 1 doz. 409 chest locks 4 01 

1. 1 doz. 471 chest locks 1 85 

" 1. 1 doz. 464 chest locks 2 08 

1. 1 doz. 361 crayons 37 

" 1. 1 doz. 520 crayons 66 

" 1. 1 doz. 521 crayons 66 

" 1. 12 doz. 8-oz. wire tacks, at 14c 1 68 

" 1. 12 doz. 10-oz. wire tacks, at 17c 2 04 

1. 1 Alford hand vise 1 24 

"11 8-in. Goes wrench 38 

1. 1 pr. 7 in. Stubs S. C. pliers 120 

" 1. 1 10-in Trimo wrench 80 

" 1. 1 gross tin cups 6 00 

" 2. 2 109 hand bells, at $1.60 3 20 

" 8. 2 gross 2^9 screws, at 22c 44 

8. ?. doz. lanterns, at $6.25 18 75 

" 8. 3 doz. 2 lanterns, at $8.50 25 50 

8. 6 doz. wicks 20 

" 8. 1 transfer wagon 5 00 

" 11. 105 lbs. 81 twine, at 23c 24 15 

*' 11. 1 gross y2 8-32 R. H. brass mach. screws. ... 28 

" 13 Va doz. 2y2 C. B. lanterns, at $8.00 4 00 

" 18. 4 doz. 3y2 lift handles, at $2.20 8 80 

" 18. 12 gross 208 drive hooks, at 68c 8 16 

•' 20. 3 doz. No. 2 brass safety chain, at 50c 1 50 

" 27. 2 special front door locks, at $7.50 15 00 

Total 



$146 49 



$1 80 



$148 09 



148 

VOUCHER No. 214. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Siiporlntendont. 
1904. 

P'eb. 5. George F. McGinnis. P, j\I. postage stamps., ^'ir^ 00 

5. Henry Bieser for music 11 25 

G. Elmer Sullivan for 6 clays boiler house 12 OG 

G. H. McCorkle for G 11-12 days boiler bouse... 14 94 

'* G. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house. ...... 12 GO 

■" 6. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house-. 12 GO 

" 6. C. E. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

6. E. Crittenden for 7 days boiler house 12 GO 

" 6. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 6. W. A. Clune for 7 days boiler house...*.... 12 GO 

" 6. John Welsh for (> days lioiler liouse 10 80 

" 6. Thos. Hardy for G days boiler house 10 80 

" 6. Alex Eldridge for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

" 6. Dan Coy for G days boiler house 10 80 

6. W. H. Oyler for 1 day boiler house 1 80 

" 6. Chas. Golden for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 6. Shelton Spillman for 7 days boiler house 12 GO 

" 6. Asa Golden for 5 10-12 days boiler house 10 50 

6. Ed Crittenden for 4 7-12 days boiler house. . . 8 25 

" 6. Fred Dugan for 2 daj^s boiler house 3 60 

6. R. C. Martin for 1 day boiler house 1 80 

6. Elza Motts for 2 days boiler house 360 

6. R. C. Martin for SVa hours boiler house 55 

" 9. Wm. Alerter for sub., 4 copies Gloike,1904. .. 8 00 

" 10. Elza Motts for 3 11-12 days boiler house 7 05 

" 11. Henry Thomas for 1 5-12 days boiler house. . 2 55 

" 12. Wm. Warren for 1904 sub. Therapeutic and 

Bulletin of Pharmacy 2 50 

" 13. Elmer Sullivan for G days boiler house 12 96 

" 13. H. McCorkle for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 13. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 13. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 13. C. E. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 13. E. Crittenden for 2 6-12 days boiler house 4 50 

" 13. James Noe for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 13. W. A. Clune for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 13. Alex Eldridge for 1 day boiler house 1 80 

" 13. Dan Coy for 6 4-12 days boiler house H 40 

" 13. Chas. Golden for 6 11-12 days boiler house. .. 12 45 

" 13. Shelton Spillman for 6 6-12 days boiler house 11 70 

" 13. Asa Golden for 6 10-12 days boiler house. ... 12 30 

" 13. Ed Crittenden for 5 days boiler house 9 00 

" 13. Fred Dugan for 6 11-12 days boiler house. ... 12 45 

" 13. William Worrell for 1 day boiler house 1 80 

" 13. John McLaughlin for 1 day boiler house 1 80 

Wm. Lieke for 4 10-12 days boiler house 8 70 



13. 



13. Gus Smith for 2 11-12 days boiler house 



5 25 



13. 



John Anderson for 1 11-12 days boiler house. . 3 45 



144 

VOTTCHEK No. •J14-('()iilimic(l. 
1904. 

Feb. 13. <;ns Lit'skc for 11-12 (lay l)oil('!- house $1 <!5 

13. Wm. Oweus for 10-12 days boiler bouse 1 50 

13. John Welsb for G G-12 days boiler house 11 70 

13. Thos. Hardy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

16. Asa Golden for 1 10-12 days boiler house 3 30 

16. Wm. Leislce for 1 10-12 days boiler house 3 30 

16. Chas. Golden for 1 10-12 days boiler house. .. 3 30 
10. Lea Bros. & Co. for 1904 sub.. :Med. News. etc. 8 00 

17. John Peters for 3 2-12 days boiler house. ... 5 70 

18. H. H. Huff for 1 day boiler house 3 80 

IS. Wm. Owens for 4 6-12 days boiler house. ... S 10 

18. John Lee for 1 (i-12 days boiler house 2 70 

19. Henry Beiser for music 11 25 

20. Elmer Sullivan for 7 days Ijoiler house 15 12 

20. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

20. C. C. Perkins for 6 11-12 days boiler house. . . 12 45 

20. C. E. Perkins for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

20. Noah Harding for 5 6-12 days boiler house. .. 9 90 

20. J. T. Tolin for 6 10-12 days boiler house 12 30 

20. E. Crittenden for 3 11-12 days boiler house ... 7 05 

20. Thos. Hardy for 2 6-12 days boiler house 4 50 

20. Wm. Kemp for 2 days boiler house 3 60 

20. John Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

20. Wm. A. Clune for 7 1-12 days boiler house. . . 12 75 

20. Shelton Spillman for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

20. Ed Crittenden for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

20 Tim Welsh for 3 9-12 days boiler house 6 75 

20 John Dillon for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

20. Thomas Huey for 1 8-12 days boiler house. . . 3 00 

20. Scott Pennington for 3 10-12 days boiler house 6 90 

20. John Lutz for 3 6-12 days boiler house 6 30 

20. James McAdams for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

20. R. Stevens for 3 days boiler house 5 40 

20. Geo. Mennaugh for 3 days boiler house 5 40 

22. Charles J. Gardner for meats, etc 1 73 

22. Columbia Grocery Co. for produce, etc 8 38 

22. John Welsh for 1 4-12 days boiler house 2 40 

26. Elizabeth Reger for entertainment 15 00 

26. Charles Mann for return eloped patient, Fran- 
cis Lane 5 00 

27. Elmer Sullivan for days boiler house 12 96 

27. James Noe for (5 2-12 days boiler house 13 41 

27. C. C. Perkins for 6 10-12 days boiler house. . . 12 30 

27. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

27. C. E. Perkins for 1 7-12 days boiler house 2 85 

27. J. T. Tolin for 7 1-12 days boiler house 12 75 

27. Scott Pennington for 7 1-12 days boiler house. 12 75 

27. John Lutz for 6 (;-l2 days boiler house 11 70 



145 

VOUCHER No. 214-C()ntinuc(l. 
1904. 

Feb. 27. Clias. Stnic-kmau for 5 11-12 days boiler house .$10 (>5 

27. Wm. A. Chine for days boiler house K) 80 

" 27. Shelton Spillman for 1 0-12 days boiler house 2 70 

" 27. John Dillon for 7 days boiler house 12 CO 

" 27. R. Stevens for 3 7-12 days boiler house C 45 

'• 27. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 GO 

" 27. Thomas Hardy for (I days boiler house 10 SO 

" 27. E. Crittenden for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

" 27. Chas. Golden for 4 9-12 days l>oiler house. ... 8 G5 

" 27. Lloyd Reid for 4 10-12 days boiler house 8 70 

" 27. Chas. Johnson for 4 9-12 days boiler house. .' . 8 55 

" 27. H. D. Shirlock for 3 9-12 days boiler house. .. 75 

" 27. James McAdams for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

Total .$942 95 

VOUCHER No. 215. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 
1904. 
Feb. 29. Main pay-roll for month February, 1904 .$7,524 89 

Total $7,524 89 

VOUCHER No. 210. GEORGE D. HARDIN. 
1904. 

Feb. 29. 31,100 lbs. hay, at $12.00 $186 00 

" 29. 231-21 bu. corn, at 51e 118 12 

Total $»)-^ "- 

VOUCHER No. 217. PERU BASKET CO. 
1904. 
Mar. 12 doz. bamboo laundry baskets $170 00 

Total •I'l'""*' 

VOUCHER No. 218. STAXDAUD OH. CO. 

1904. 

Mm: 1. 3 bbls. cylinder oil. 150 .ual., at 19r $1^8 •>0 

1. 2 bbls. engine oil. inn -ah. at 11c U 00 

Total ^ 

VOUCHER No. 219. GEORGE T. EVANS. 

1904 
Mar. 1. 140 bbls. C tlour. straight, at $4.82 ^^^7^ <^^ 

.$f!74 "^1 
Total ■•■ 

10— Central Insane. 



146 

VOUCHER No. 220. THE GEIGER-TINNBY CO. 
1904. 
Mar. 4. 802-182-620 lbs. imperial tea, at $27.12 $168 14 

Total $168 14 

VOUCHER No. 221. DOXO MFG. CO., CLINTON, IOWA. 
1904. 
Mar. 3. 406 lbs. Doxo cleaning compound, at 7i/^c, 

F. O. B. Indianapolis freight prepaid $30 45 

Total $30 4". 



VOUCHER No. 222. V. BACHMAN. 
1904. 

Mar. 1. 20 bbls. spring wheat pat. flour, at $5.25 $105 00 

9. 20 bbls. spring wheat pat. flour, at $5.25 105 00 

" 21. 20 bbls. spring wheat pat. flour, at $.5.25 105 00 

Total $315 00 



VOUCHER No. 223. THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 23. 18,600 cu. ft. gas consumed, at 90c $16 74 

" 23. One outside lamp 1 50 

, Total $18 24 



VOUCHER No. 224. ALBERT O. LOCKRIDGE. 
1904. 
Mar. 21. 20 gal. maple syrup $22 00 

Total $22 00 



VOUCHER No. 225. HENRY FROMMEYER. 
1904. 

Mar. 23. 4 gross No. 2 wicks, at 60c $2 40 

Total $2 40 



VOUCHER No. 226. ATLAS PAPER MILLS CO. 
1904. 
Mar. 30. ] case 10 rolls toilet paper. $4 50 

Total $4 50 



147 

VOUCHER No. 227. JOSEPH GARDkER 
1904. 

Mar. 24. 12 doz. 3-gal. flaring granite buckets $134 60 



'^otal .$184 GO 



VOUCHER No. 228. VONNEGUT HARDWARE CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 1. % doz. No. 4 manure forks, at $6.25 .$1 04 

1. Ve doz. No. 31 spading forks, at $7.25 1 21 

1. 1/3 doz. No. 2 Ames spades, at $10.50 3 83 

1. % doz. No. 2 Ames shovels, at $11.50 1 92 

4. 2 kegs 6 wire nails, at $2.30 4 60 

4. 2 kegs 8 wire nails, at $2.20 4 40 

4. 2 kegs 10 wire nails, at $2.15 4 30 

4. 4 11-in. Wilson butcher knives, at 66c< 2 04 

4. 1,000 lbs. black curled hair, rope style 410 00 

9. 50 doz No. 2 fibre chambers, at $3.40 170 00 

9. 2 doz. 042 Yale nightlatches, 3 diff. keys, at 

lie 22 00 

18. 2 No. 3 shoe knives, at lOe 20 

26. 1/2 doz. 16-in. stoel basting spoons 50 



Total $62G 64 



VOUCHER No. 229. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 9. 4 pride 16-oz. batts., .50ea, 200, at 6c $12 00 

" 9. 818 yds. Utica bro., .58-in., at 18c 147 24 

9. 385% yds. Utica bro., 58-in., at 18c 69 35 

9. 1,000 yds. Stevens crash, at 814c 82 50 

9. 1,200 yds. Stevens crash bro., at 7yoc 90. 00 

" 9. 100 lbs. crown cotton, at 27c 27 00 

" 11. 771% yds. scrim, at 7%c 57 87 

" 11. 606 yds. crash, at Si/oc 5151 

" 21. 1,2951/3 yds. scrim, at 7%c 97 17 

$634 64 

Less 2 per cent, discount 12 69 

Total ^^'-1^^ 



VOUCHER No. 230. CHARLES R. SILKMAN.'N. Y. 
Mar. 17. 24 yds. hospital sheeting, at 59c $14 16 



Total 



$14 16 



148 

VOUCHER No. 231. HITZ BAKERY. 
1904. 

Mar. 3. 15 bbls. crackers, 736 lbs., at $3.99 $29 37 

" 10. 15 bbls. crackers, 751 lbs., at $3.99 29 96 

" 17. 15 bbls. crackers, 718 lbs., at $3.99 28 65 

" 24. 15 bbls. crackers. 695 lbs., at $3.99 27 73 

" 31. 15 bbls. crackers, 748 lbs., at $3.99 29 85 

Total $145 56 



VOUCHER No. 232. WILLIAMS & HUNT. 
1904. 

Mar. 7. 2,587 lbs. chip soap, at $2.70 $69 85 

" .10. 2,508 lbs. chip soap, at $2.70 67 72 

" 18. 2,647 lbs. chip soap, at $2.70 7147 

" 23. 2,743 lbs. chip sogp, at $2.70 74 06 



Total $283 10 



VOUCHER No. 233. JAMES L. REACH. 
1904. 

Mar. 1 2 bbls. onions, 300 lbs., at $2.50 -$7 50 

1. 1 box lemons 2 75 

2. 2 bbls. onions. 300 lbs., at .$2.50 7 50 

3. 1 bbl. apples 3 25 

•• 4. 1 bbl. apples 3 25 

" * 4. 5371/0 bu. potatoes, at 94c 504 93 

4. 657% bu. potatoes, at 94c 618 37 

" 10. 1 box lemons 2 75 

" 21. 1 box lemons 2 75 

" 22. 1 box yellow onions 1 25 

" 92. 1 bbl. apples 4 00 

Total $1,158 30 



VOUCHER No. 234. PARKE DAVIS & CO. 
1904. 

Mfir. 22. % C. T. No. 99 $0 24 

" 22. 1 No. loz brown mx and amnion, chlo 40 

Total $0 64 



VOUCHEl^ No. 235. VAWTER HAY & GRAIN CO. 
1904. 
Mar. 22. 25 lbs. whole wheat flonr $1 00 

Total $1 00 



149 

VOUCHER No. 236. J; R. RYAN & CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 3. 1,500 lbs. fine pearl meal ,$21 75 

" 5. 100 lbs. buckwheat flour 3 00 

Total $24 75 

VOUCHER No. 237. C. H. McDOWELL. 
1904. 

Mar. 6. Services as cliaplaiu $5 00 

" 13. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 20. Services as chaplain 5 00 

** 27, Services as chaplain 5 00 

Total $20 00 

VOUCHER No. 238. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG*& CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 29. 40 doz. napliins, at $1.75 $70 00 * 

Total $70 00 

VOUCHER No. 239. AMERICAN DISTRICT TELEGRAPH CO. 

1908. 

May 2. Messenger service to 114% E. Ohio st $0 10 

" 3. Messenger' service to 114i^ E. Ohio st 10 

July 21. Messenger service to 14 Karcher st 25 

" 26. Meesenger service to 1525 E. 17th st 45 

Aug. 24. Messenger service to 2208 N. Capt 25 

Nov. 2. Messenger service to 2403 Rural st 30 

2. Messenger service to 1111 Tibbs ave 30 

Dec. 24. Messenger service to North st. 2d d. w. of Del. 20 

" 25. Messenger service to 1717 Prospect st 25 

1904. 

Jan. 8. Messenger service to 4102 Senate ave., N. .'. . 50 

9. Messenger service to 721 Fletcher ave 15 

" 10. Messenger service to 849 Elm st 15 

" 21. Messenger service to 027 Blacliford st 20 , 

" 23. Messenger service to 319 S. New Jersey st . . . 25 

" 23. Messenger service to 2305 Shelby st 25 

Feb. 7. Messenger service to eOSVa E. Ohio st 20 

" 7. Messenger service to 2305 Shelby st 25 

" 9. Messenger service to 923 Prospect st ■ 25 

" 9. Messenger service to 933 Prospect st lo 

" 12. Messenger service to 1819 N. New Jersey. ... ^o 

." 13. Messenger service to 1021 Eugene st 30 

$5 10 
Total 



150 

VOUCHER No. 240. FRANCKE HARDWARE CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 1. 4 doz. 164 mort bolts, at $3.95 $15 80 

1. 4 doz. 912 shutter hooks, at 77c 3 08 

1. 4 doz. 913 shutter hooks, at 33c 2 12 

" 7. 1 thermometer 30 

" 17. 200 ft. 14-iu. twist pol. chain, 188 lbs. at 9c. . . 16 92 

" 19. 1 repair for lawn moAver 45 

" 22. 1 16-in. No. 65 hotel slicer 1 60 

" 24. 1 10-in. Wilson butcher knife 65 

Total $40 92 



VOUCHER No. 241. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL NEWSPAPER 

COMPANY. 
1904. 
Mar. 22. Notice, 8 lines, 3 time $1 60 



Total $160 



VOUCHER No. 242. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. 
1904. 
Mar. 22. Notice, 60 words, 3 times $1 80 



Total $1 80 



VOUCHER No. 243. THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. 
1904. 

Mar. 1. Notice, 121 Avords, 3 times $3 63 

" 21. Notice, 60 words, 3 times 1 80 

Total $5 43 



VOUCHER No. 244. ALBERT GALL. 
1904. 

Mar. 4. 40% yds. extra super carpet, at 77i/.c $31 26 

" 4. 16 rolls paper, at 15c 2 40 

" 4. 4 rolls paper, at 35c 1 40 

" 4. 10 rolls paper, at 15c 1 50 

" 4. 14 j'ds. muslin, at 5c 70 

4. Sizing and scraping 1 20 

4. Hanging 5 20 



Total 



$43 



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1904. ^'^^^^^^ ^«- -^•^- CHARLES D. PEAliSON & CO. 

Mar. 4. i/o doz. 12's crystal jugs, at $2.70 >|;i -jq 

II 4. 1/3 doz. 341-8-in. nappies, at $3.00 ] 1 00 

4. Yq doz. 341-9-in. nappies, at $4.00 yj 

4. 1 862 chamber set, at $6.00 ^' (; qq 



Total 



VOUCHER No. 246. A. BURDSAL CO 
1904. 

Mar. 24. 5 gal. gasoline, at 15c $0 75 

Total 



VOUCHER No. 247. CHARLES J. AUPDERHEIDE 
1904. 
^'ar. 29. As per contract for partitions enclosing three 
cold rooms in basement of new hospital for 
sick insane $115 oo 



$9 0:; 



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Total jfllj (X) 

VOUCHER No. 248. SANDER & RECKER FURNITURE CO. 

1904. 

Mar. 1. i office chair $5 25 

' 11 maple rocker 6 00 

" 1. . 2 reed rockers 9 00 

" 1.2 reed rockers 11 00 

Total $31 25 

VOUCHER No. 249. J. C. PERRY & CO., Inc. 
1904. 

Mar. 2. 50 doz. canned peaches, at $1.95 $97 50 

2. 1,318 lbs. N. Y. cheese, at lli/oc 15157 

2. 12 gal. prep, mustard, at 30q 3 60 

2. 150 lbs. currants, at 6c 9 00 

3. 10 lbs. pearl tapioca, at 5c 50 

'■ 4. 1 doz. Cox gelatine 1 '•'» 

7. 3,363 lbs. gran, sugar, at $4.67 157 05 

7. 2,000 lbs. evaporated peaclies, at 9%c 195 00 

7. 109 gal. syrup, at ISy^c -'0 16 

7. 95 gal. vinegar, at 10c ^ i^O 

8. 108 doz. canned peaches, at $1.95 210 60 

8. 42 doz. canned peaches, at $1.95 81 90 

8. 25 lbs. No. 16 sugar, at $4.25 106 



152 

A'OUCHEli No. 24!J-Coiiliiiued. 
1'j04. 

Mar. 10. 1.(51)5 lbs. gran, sugar, at $4.67 $79 KJ 

" 10. 10 lbs. macaroni, at lOe 1 00 

" 18. 3 lbs. Bakers prem. chocolate, at 32c 96 

■■ 18. 2 lbs. Dunhams cocoanut, at 27c 54 

" 21. 3,409 lbs. gran, sugar, at $4.67 159 20 

" 21. 200 lbs. crown raisins, at 7c 14 00 

'• 28. 10 lbs. pearl barley, at 4%c 45 

" 29. S,497 lbs. gran, sugar, at $4.67 163 31 

•• 29. 1 bbl. oatmeal 6 20 

1. 3.212 lbs. beans, at 3%c 10171 

1. 1,500 lbs. rice, at 4% 7125 

1. 1,500 lbs. hominy, at $1.15 17 25 

•' 1. 10 bbls. salt, at 80c 8 00 

1. 4 bbls. oatmeal, at $6.20 24 80 

Total $1,587 02 

VOUCHER No. 250. WATERBURY CHEMICAL COMPANY. 

1904. 

.Mar. 31. 5 gals, eodliver oil $16 25 

•• 31. 1 gal. viburnum compound 3 25 

Total ■ . $19 50 

VOUCHER No. 251. M. O'CONNOR & CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 1. 50 doz. brooms, at $2.19 $109 50 

•• 1. 10 doz. vv'hisk brooms, at 90c 9 00 

" 11. 2 doz. Johnson's pine apples, at $2.25 4 50 

•' 11. 2 doz. G. E. Black cherries, at $2.00 4 00 

" 11. 2 doz. sugar loaf peas, at $1.40 . 2 80 

" 11. 1 doz. S. J. 3-lb. apple butter 2 50 

" 11. 1 doz. strawberry jellicon 90 

" 11. 1 doz. orange jellicon 90 

" 12. 1,000 lbs. Piel gloss starch, at 3c 30 00 

" 12. 25 boxes Lennox soap, at $2.95 73 75 

" 12. 10 boxes monkey soap, at $3.75 37 50 

" 12. 24 doz. silicon, at 60c 14 40 

" 1^. 4 doz. bath brick, at 35c 1 40 

" 12. 801 Ills. Anchor tobacco, at $23.20 185 83 

" 23. 4 bundles candle wick No. 20, at 30c 6 00 

" 25. 5,095 lbs. sal soda, at 70c 35 66 

" 25. 12 doz. mop sticks, at 10c 1 20 

" 25. 4 cases. 8 doz., olives, at $2.00 16 00 

" 31. 1 doz. California mackerel 185 

'l'»^"l $537 69 



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Mar. '. 



VOUCHER No. 252. HUNTINGTON & PAGE. 

3 bu. beans, stringless. green pod $12 75 

% bu. beans, Kentucky Wonder 2 75 

% lb. cabbage, Jersey Wakefield 50 

1/0 lb. cabbage, Charleston or large Wakefield 50 

5 lbs. cabbage, Louisville Drumhead 4 00 

G lbs. beets, E-arly Eclipse 1 do 

3 lbs. beets, half long blood red 75 

5 lbs. onions, Bloomsdale 3 50 

5 lbs. onions. Yellow Danvers. 3 00 

6 lbs. parsnips, Bloomsdale 1 OO 

Vo lb. radish, Landreth Earliest 20 

V-2 lb. radish, short top turnip rooted 20 

1 lb. radish, long white Strasburg 40 

1/4 lb. radish, early red turnip rooted 15 

y^ lb. radish, French cafe 25 

y-2 lb. radish long white lady finger ' 20 

2 lbs. radish, black seeded Simpson 1 25 

1 lb. cucumber, white spine 1 50 

1 lb. cucumber, turkey long green 1 75 

1/) oz. caulifiower, H. E. snowball 1 00 

2 oz. egg plant, Landreth large lonnd purple. 35 

1 oz. celery, white plume 10 

3 lbs. spinach, Bloomsdale 60 

2 lbs. muskmelons, Im. Christine 75 

1 lb. muskmelons, Hackensack 40 

% lb. tomatoes, Livingston 75 

1 lb. tomatoes, Stone 1 50 

1 oz. pepper, large bell 15 

1 peck peas, white marrowfat 35 

1 lb. salsify, mammoth 75 

1 cotton bag 18 

1 qt. beans, Jersey lima 30 

1/4 lb. radish, Garnet 15 

2 oz. parsley, moss curled 15 

8 lbs. turnip purple ^00 

1/2 lb. tomatoes, Pouderosa 1 50 

1 bu. sweet corn. Evergreen 8 00 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 253. DANIEL STEAVART CO. 

25 lbs. parafin ^'^ '^^ 

44 

25 lbs. sulp. magnesia ^ ** 

3 lbs. Armour beef "^ ^^ 

2 lbs. precip. phospliate lime 28 

1 lb. green kino 



$55 13 



154 

VOUCHER No. 253— Coutiuued. 
11»U4. 

-Mar. 2. 5 lb.s. elix. alkaliue meiT.ills $2 50 

" 2. 5 lbs. gum arable 1 50 

•' 2.5 lbs. white wax 1 50 

" 2.5 lbs. beeswax 1 50 

2. 1 lb. menthol 6 50 

" 2. 5 lbs. bromide ammonia 2 15 

•' 2. 5 lbs. bromide potass 1 65 

" 2. 5 lbs. bromide soda 1 95 

2. 2 lb. powd. cardamon seed 1 30 

2. 2 lbs. F. E. aloes 1 82 

2. 5 lbs. F. E. stillingia comp . 3 85 

" 2. 5 lbs. F. E. sarsaparilla comp 3 85 

2. 5 lbs. F. E. burdock root 2 47 

2. 2 lbs. red aniline '''6 

2. 1 lb. yellow aniline 90 

2. 1% lbs. green aniline 1 88 

2. 2 lbs. eosine • ■ 3 50 

" 2. 2 lbs. iodide potass 4 24 

" 2. 5 lbs. powd. boric acid 85 

" 2. 2 lbs. acetate potass 46 

" 2. 2 lbs. quassia chips 12 

•' 2. 5 lbs. seidlitz mixture 1 10 

" 2. 5 lbs. green soap 75 

2. 20 lbs. ground Jamaica ginger 3 00 

" 2. 8 oz. phenacetin . 7 20 

" 2. 8 oz. pheno bromate, powd ■. 7 20 

" 2. S oz. pheno bromate tabs 7 20 

" 2. 25 oz. sulphate quinine 6 50 

2. 1 oz. pyrogallic acid 18 

" 2. 1 oz. carmine 30 

" 2. 10 gross 3xx corks 90 

2. 10 gi'oss 4xx corlvS 1 05 

2. 4 doz. medicine glasses 80 

2. 6 doz. medicine droppers 90 

2. % doz. P. D. net capsules 25 

'• 2. 10 gal. alcohol 26 00 

2. 5 gal. aqua ammonia 2 00 

4. 1,000 antiseptic tabs 1 19 

4. 1 lb. vegetable cathartic pills 1 40 

4. 3% P. D. net capsules 2 75 

•■ 14. 20 lbs. salt petre 140 

" 19. 2V2 gross Quaker City bottles, 6-oz.; 2 gross 

Quaker City bottles, 8-oz 13 20 

Total $145 15 



155 
VOUCHER No. 254. F. G. KAMPS FISH & OYSTER CO. 



1904. 



Mar. 9. 14 lbs. boned salmon, at 121/2,0 $1 75 

13. 87 gal. standard oysters, at $1.00 87 00 

17. 85 gal. standard oysters, at $1.00 85 00 

24. 88 gal. standard oysters, at $1.00 88 00 

31. 91 gal. standard oysters, at $1.00 91 OO 

Total ^35. 75 



VOUCHER No. 255. HOLLWEG, REESE & CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 1. % doz. 6242 china cuspidores, at $9.00 $1 50 

" 1. 50 doz. Meakin tea cups, at 33c 16 50 

1. 40 doz. Meakin tea saucers, at 33c 13 20 

" 1. 22 doz. Meakin 10-in. dinner plates, at 75c. . . . 16 50 

" 1. 31 doz. Meakin soup bowls, at 75c 8 25 

" 1. 6 doz. Meakin 10-in. Rd. scollops, at $2.55. ... 15 30 



Total $71 25 



VOUCHER No. 250. A. METZGER AGENCY. 
1904. 
Dec. 19. Boiler insurance policy No. 51753, The Hart- 
ford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance 
Company, first annual installment $100 00 



Total $100 00 



VOUCHER No. 257. INDIANAPOLIS ABATTOIR CO. 
1904. 
Mar. 16. 6 tierces lard, 2,101 lbs., at $7.88. $105 50 

Total $i«5 5(> 



VOUCHER No. 258. SWIFT & CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 3. 98 hams, 1,212 lbs., at lie $133 32 

" 10. 77 hams, 1,143 lbs., at lie 125 73 

'• 17. 85 hams, 1,373 lbs., at lie 15103 

" 24. 81 hams, 1,255 lbs., at lie 138 05 

" 24. 13 bacon, 76 lbs., at 16c 12 10 

" 31. 90-hams, 1,252 lbs., at lie 137 72 

Total ^«98"1 



156 

VOUCHER No. 259. J. R. BUDD COMPANY. 
1904. 

Mar. 4. 300 doz. eggs at 17c $51 00 

5. 21 lbs. chickens at 15c 

11. 02 lbs. chickens at 15c 

14. 800 doz. eggs at 17c 

15. 41 lbs. chickens at 15c 

21. 360 doz. eggs at 17c 

25. 85 lbs. chickens at 15c 

29. 360 doz. eggs at 17c. 

Total $255 75 

VOUCHER No. 260. THE COLUMBUS BUTTER COMPANY. 
1904. 

Mar. 3. 1 box butterine, 40 lbs., at 12c $4 80 

3. 30 boxes butterine, 1,200 lbs., at 12c 144 00 

" 12. 30 boxes butterine, 1,200 lbs., at 12c 144 00 

" 17. 30 boxes butterine, 1,200 lbs., at 12c 144 00 

" 25. 30 boxes butterine, 1,200 lbs., at 12c 144 00 

" 31. 30 boxes butterine, 1,200 lbs., at 12c 144 00 



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Total $724 80 

VOUCHER No. 261. KINGAN & CO., Ld. 
1904. 

Mar. 4. 955 lbs. bologna at 5%c $54 91 

" 11. 963 lbs. bologna at 5%c 55 37 

" 18. 954 lbs. bologna at 5%c 54 86 

" 25. 953 lbs. bologna at 5%c 54 80 

" 31. 953 lbs. bologna at 5%c .' 54 80 



Total $274 74 

VOUCHER No. 262. WM. B. BURFORD. 
1904. 

Feb. 11. 1 bankers' case, No. 20, Faber's $0 85 

" 11. 1 bankers' case. No. 19, Faber's 1 00 

" 15. 1 Hektograph, letter size 2 00 

" 18. 2 envelope openers 50 

" 18. 2 minature records, indexed 5 00 

Mar. 1. 1 willow waste basket, 13x13% 40 

" 3. 1 doz. glass marking pens 1 50 

" 12. 3,500 Columbia clasp envelopes, 10%x7 .22 05 

" 12. Package 3,500 Columbia clasp envelopes 2 30 

" 12. 1,000 supervisor report of wards, % folio R 

& P 11 00 

" 17. 2,000 clothing accts., male, 14 folio, R. & P. .. 11 45 

" 17. 1,000 lithograph letter heads, linen 6 50 

Total $64 55 



157 

VOUCHER No. 263. A. B. MEYER & CO 
1904. 
Mar. 31. 2,100.1300 tons Linton No. 4 mine rnn at 

$1-95 ii,-i.om 27 

" 31. 220.500 tons Linton No. 4 nnt and slack at 

$1-50 330 38 

" 31. Unloading 92 cars 2,918.700 tons coal at 20c. . 583 67 

" 31. 15.400 tons egg antliracite coal at $7.50 114 00 

" 31. 50 bn. lump coke at 12c; 6 00 

Total $5,130 32 

VOUCHER No. 264. TECHENTIN & FREIBERG. 
1904. 

Feb. 25. 1 halter chain $0 35 

. " 25. 1 halter strap, li/4-in 50 

" 25. 1 can axle oil 50 

" 25. 1 can harness oil 40 

" 25. 35-lb. hitching weight and strap 1 65 

Total $3 40 

VOUCHER No. 265. TUTEWILER & SON. 

1904. 
Mar. 31. Burial outfit for Ellen Devault of Floyd Co.. ' 

Jan. 25 $7 00 

" 31. Burial outfit for Mollie Boicourt, Marion Co.. 

March 17 '^ 00 

" 31. Burial outfit for George W. Craft, Hancock 

Co., March 19 '3' 00 

" 31. Burial outfit for Martha J. Williams, Tippe- 
canoe Co., April 2 'i ^ 

Total ••••• ^2800 

VOUCHER No. 266. WM. H. ARMSTRONG & CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 19. 1 Kelly pad, 24 in., palin net S^i 00 

" 10. 1 stomach tube bulb and funnel, net 1 25 

" 19. 2 No. 2 tanks catgut, at 60c net 1 20 

" 19. 3 Mercier silk catheters, at 50c 1 50 

" 19. 11/2 doz. S. R. catheters, assorted, at ^2JM\ 3 7;i 

" 19. 1/2 doz. syringes, at 75c '^' 

" 28. 1 chloride of silver combined and battery re- 
newed with 35 cells galvanic, at 30c 10 50 

" 28. 4 cells faradic, at 75c -^ "" 

,. „ „ 1 00 

" 28. Expressage 



Total 



$26 58 



158 

VOUCHER No. 267. CENTRAL UNION TELBJPHONE CO. 

1904. 

Mar. 31. Rental acct. 6101, April 1 to June 30, 1904 $55 89 

" 31. Tolls for January, 1904 40 

" 31. Tolls for January, 1904 2 55 

" 31. Tolls for November, 1903 2 25 

" 31. Tolls for February, 1904 60 

Total ■ $61 69 



VOUCHER No. 268. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. 

1904. 

Mar. 31. Telegrams as per statement rendered $1 63 

Total $1 63 



VOUCHER No. 269. NEW TELEPHONE CO. 
1904. 
Mar. 31. Rentals of phones and service from Jan. 1, 

1904, to March 31, 3 months, at $10.00 $20 00 

" 31. Long distance calls for Jan., 1904 80 

" 31. Long distance calls for Feb., 1904 95 

" 31. Long distance calls for Dec, 1903 25 

Total $22 00 



VOUCHER No. 270. LION COMPRESSED YEAST CO. 
1904. 
Mar. 31. 81 lbs. yeast, at 25c $20 25 

Total ..: $20 25 



VOUCHER No. 271. CHARLES J. GARDNER. 
1904. 
Mar. 5. 61 lbs. veal, at 9c $5 49 

Total $5 49 



VOUCHER No. 272. INDIANAPOLIS WATER CO. 
1904. 
Mar. 31. Water fiu-nished Central Ind. Hospital for In- 
sane for fire protection during tlie three 
months ending :Mnrch 31, 1904 $73 13 

Total ^ $78 13 



159 

VOUCHER No. 273. JOHN OSTERMAN. 

$562 65 



1904. 
Mar. 31. 5,115 gal. milk, at lie 



^^*^^ ?562 65 



VOUCHER No. 274. THE SINGER MFC CO 

1903. 
Aug. 27. 1 2208 shuttle ; 

" 27. Twine .' [[[ 

1904. 
Mar. 9. 1 case 3-qz. oil 4 00 

Total 



$1 00 
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$5 50 



VOUCHER No. 275. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Suporintondent. 

1904. 
Mar. 1. J. F. Cooper, sheriff, for return of eloped pa- 
tient, Ed Blenek .'j;i4 50 

" 1. A. B. Dick Co. for mineograph's material. ... 4 70 

3. Chas. Golden for 4 3-12 days boiler house. ... 7 50 

" 3. Henry Beiser for music 11 25 

" 3. The Catholic- Columbian Record for subscrip- 
tion 2 copies Nov., 1903-1904 4 00 

" 5. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 5. Elmer Sullivan for 6 days boiler house 12 96 

" 5. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 5. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

5. J. T. Tolin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 5. Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

5. John Lutz for 2 5-12 days boiler house 4 35 

5. Chas. Struckman for 7 days boiler house.... 12 60 

5. James McAdams for 2-12 days boiler hoiiso 11 10 

5. Wm. A. Clune for 7 days boiler house 12 t;o 

5. Shelton Spellman for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 5. John Dillon for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

5. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house • 12 60, 

5. Thomas Hardy for 5 days boiler house 9 00 

5. Lloyd Reed for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

5. Fred Click for 2 days boiler house 3 60 

5. Simon Pour for 2 days boiler house 3 00 

5. Edward Lamar for 1 day boiler house 1 80 

5. George F. McGinnis for postage stamps 50 00 

7. Herman Syerup for 3 hose wrenches 3 00 

" 11. Christian Busch for repairing restraints 2 25 

" 12. James Noe for 3 4-12 days boiler house 7 20 

" 12. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 1-60 

" 12. Noah L. Hardin for 6 101,4-12 days boiler house 12 40 



160 

VOUCHER No. 275 -Continued. 
1904. 

Mar. 12. .T. T. Tolin for 7 days boiler lionse. .$12 GO 

" 12. Scott Hamilton for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. Chas. Struckman for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 12. "\Vm. A. Clune for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. Shelton Spellman for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 12. .John Dillon for 4 10-12 days boiler house 8 70 

" 12. Fred Click for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

". 12. Simon Pour for 1 day boiler house 1 80 

" 12. Edward Lamar for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 32. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. Thomas Hardy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. Lloyd Reed for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 12. Asbury Cook for 4 6-12 days boiler house. ... 8 10 

" 12. R. L. Polk for 3 1904 directories ■ 15 00 

" 14. The Medical Times for subscription. 1904 1 00 

'^ 14. Ind. Medical Journal Pub. Co. for sub.. 190.3. 1 00 

" 14. Charles .T. Gardner for meats 3 03 

" 14. Columbia Grocery Co. for groceries ' 6 .53 

" 14. Chas. Struckman for 2 days boiler house 3 GO 

" 18. Henry Reiser for music. 11 25 

" 19. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house, and 

difference in time last week 17 64 

" 19. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 19. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. J. T. Tolin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 19. Thos. Hardy for 7 days boiler house 12 GO 

" 19. Asbury Cook for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. Wm. A. Clune for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

'• 19. Shelton Spellman for G 2-12 days boiler house 11 10 

" 19. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 GO 

" 19. Lloyd Reed for 6 9-12 days boiler house 12' 15 

" 19. Fred Click for 5 9yo-12 days boiler house 10 45 

" 19. Edward Lamar for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 19. Frank Hessmau for 4 10-12 days boiler house. 8 70 

" 19. James Goodwin for 3 days boiler hoiise 5 40 

" 19. L. T. Hardin Jfor G days boiler house 10 80 

" 19. J. M. Thoniburn Co. for seeds 1 92 

" 25. Henry Reiser for music. .• 11 25 

" 26. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 2G. James Noe for (t 10-12 days boiler house 14 76 

" 26. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 20. J. T. Tolin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 26. Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house.... 12 60 

'• 26. Thomas Hardy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 26. Asbury Cook for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 26. Wm. A. Clune for G days boiler house 10 80 

26. Shelton S)iellmaii for 7 days boiler house.... 12 'V.) 



161 

VOUCHER No. 275-Contiuued 
1904. 

Mar. 26. Tim Welsh for 6 days boiler house i|;i() SU 

26. Lloyd Reed for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

26. Edward Lamar for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

26. L. T. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

26. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

28. John B. Ray, sheriff, return eloped patient, 
Thos. B. Hornaday 11 25 

29. Robert Turuer for entertainment- ' 15 00 

31. Wm. A. Clune for 4 10-12 days boiler house. . 8 70 

31. Shelton Spellmau for 4 days boiler house. ... 7 20 

31. Wilbur d. Austin, frt. and chgs., st. car fare 12 71 



Total $938 81 



VOUCHER No. 270. GEORGE P. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
Mar. 31. Main pay-roll for month of March, 1904 $7,577 79 



Total , , .$7,577 79 

VOUCHER No. 277. NELSON MORRIS & CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 29. 104 pork loins, 1,280 lbs., at $8.46 $108 29 

Mar. 1. 7 cattle, 4,243 lbs., at $5.96 252 88 

4. 3 cattle, 1,707 lbs., at $5.96 101 73 

7. 132 pork loins, 1,260 lbs., at $8.46 106 60 

7. 4 cattle, 2,467 lbs., at $5.96 147 04 

9. 7 cattle, 4,444 lbs., at $5.96 264 86 

14. 7 cattle, 4,520 lbs., at $5.96 269 39 

14. Pork loins, 1,189 lbs., at $8.46 100 59 

15. 7 cattle, 4,369 lbs., at $5.96 260 34 

21. 7 cattle, 4,396 lbs., at $5.96 261 99 

21. 112 pork loins, 1,168 lbs., at $8.46 98 81 

28. Pork loins, 1,188 lbs., at $8.46 100 50 

28. 7 cattle, 4,518 lbs. at $5.96 269 29 

30. 7 cattle, 4,635 lbs., at $5.96 276 25 

Total.. ^2,6185G 

VOUCHER No. 278. HITZ BAKERY. 

Apr. 5. 15 lbs. reception flakes, at 13c $1 95 

" 5. 19 lbs. lady fingers, at 30c 5^^ 

5. 17 lbs. almond macaroni, at 40c 6 80 

" 5. 15 lbs. white cake, at 20c :•■• ^ JJ^ 

" 5. 15 ibs. nut cake, at 20c ^0" 

11— Central Insane. 



162 

VOUCHER No. 278— Continued. 
1904. 

Apr. 5. 24 loaves large rye bread, at 8c $1 92 

5. 30 loaves home made bread, at 4c 1 20 

5. 22 lbs., 9 oz. athenas, at 35c 7 90 

5. 221/2 lbs. walnut bon bons, at 16c 3 60 

Total $35 07 

VOUCHER No. 279. GEORGE T. EVANS. 
1904. 
Apr. 1. 120 bbls. C straight flour, at $4.55 $546 00 

Total $546 00 

VOUCHER No. 280.' V. BACHMAN. 
1904. 

Apr. 13. 20 bbls. spring wheat flour, at $5.10 $102 00 

" 27. 20 bbls. spring wheat flour, at $5.10 102 00 

Total $204 00 

VOUCHER No. 281. VAWTER HAY & GRAIN CD. 
1904. 
Apr, 8. 1,500 lbs. fine pearl meal, at $1.40 $2100 

Total '. $21 00 

VOUCHER No. 282. KINGAN & CO., Ltd. 
1904. 
Apr. 4. 80 lbs. smolied tongues, at 17c $13 60 

Total $13 60 

VOUCHER No. 283. STANDARD OIL CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 8. 2 bbls. cylinder oil, 100 gal., at 35c $35 00 

8. 2 bbls. engine oil, .100 gal., at 20yoc 20 50 

Total $55 50 

VOUCHER No. 284. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. 
1904. 
Apr. 25. Notice, 60 words, 3 times $1 80 

Total $1 80 



163 



VOUCHER No. 285. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL NEWSPAPER 

COMPANY. 

1904. 

Apr. 25. Notice, supplies, 8 lines, 3 times 



$1 GO 



Total 



$1 GO 



1904. 



VOUCHER No. 286. H. T. CONDE IMPLEMENT CO. 



Apr. 1. 8 G. P. 81 cast imp. shares, at GOc $4 80 

12. 1 No. 35 Studebaker cart 44 00 

12. 4 G. P. 81 cast imp. shares, at 60c 2 40 



Total 



$51 20 



1904. 



VOUCHER No. 287. J. ELLWOOD LEE CO. 



Mar. 29. 6 doz. glass cath., at 54c 

" 29. 2 doz. S. R. colon tubes, at $7.50 

" 29. % doz. Cammaun steth., at $16.50 

" 29. 6 doz. reg. hypo, needles, at 75c 

" 29. 12 ft. non-perf. D tubing No. 38, at 22c. . . 



Less 20 per cent, discount. 
Total 



$3 


24 


15 


00 


2 


76 


4 


50 


2 


64 


$28 14 


5 


62 



$22 5'i 



VOUCHER No. 288. WM. H. ARMSTRONG & CO. 



1904. 

Apr. 2. 1 rubber apron, 44 in 

2. 2 pr. maroon P. M. gloves 

14. 1 success- double elastic truss 

23. 1 long post mortem linife sharpened. . . . 

28. 2 medium post-mortem knife sharpened. 

23. 8 small post-mortem knives sharpened. . 

23. 1 pr. scissors sharpened 



$8 00 

2 00 

3 38 
25 
40 

1 20 
20 



Total 



$10 43 



1904. 



VOUCHER No. 289. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. 



Apr. 23. 37 doz. silks, at 37i/oC $13 88 

Total 



$13 88 



164 

VOUCHER No. 290. CHAS. D. PEARSON & CO. 
1904. 

Apt. 4. 40 doz. Joliusou's tea cups, at 33c $13 20 

" 4. 10 doz. Johnson's saucers, at 33c • 3 30 

" 4. 12 -doz. Joliusou's 10-in. plates, at 75c 9 00 

" 4. 6 doz. Am. Jobnsou's 30's oyster bowls, at 80c. 4 SO 

" 4. 4 doz. Joliusou's covered butters, at $3.60. ... 14 40 

4. 40 doz. 1847 A-1 Roger Bros, tip teas, at $1.92 . 76 80 
" 4. 30 doz. 1847 A-1 Roger Bros. uied. kuives, at 

$3.20 96 00 

" 4. 15 doz. 1847 A-1 Roger Bros. uied. forks, at 

$3.20 48 00 

4. 50 doz. No. 17 hotel tumblers, at 45c 22 50 

4. 8 doz. No. 8 salts, all salts,, at $1.25 10 00 

" 4. 7 doz. 11-in. star dishes, at $2.55 17 85 

" 19. 1 luua cuspidor 58 

Total ■ $316 43 

VOUCHER No. 291.- HENRY FROMMEYER. 
1904. 

Apr. 26. '1 doz. student lamp chimneys $0 60 



Total $0 60 

VOUCHER No. 292. A. BURDSAL CO. 
1904. 
Apr. 14. 5 gal. gasoline, at 15c $0 75 

Total $0 75 



VOUCHER No. 293. CHARLES J. GARDNER. 
1904. 

Apr. 6. Beef, 4,610 lbs., at $5.95 $274 29 

" 12. Beef, 4,580 lbs., at $5.95 272 51 

" 14. Beef, 4,775 lbs., at $5.95 284 11 

" 20. Beef, 4,569 lbs., at $5.95 27185 

" 23. Beef, 4,427 lbs., at $5.95 263 41 

" 27. Beef, 5,393 lbs., at $5.95 ^ 320 88 

Total $1,687 05 



VOUCHER No. 294. HUNTINGTON & PAGE. 
1904. 
Apr. 12. 1 No. 3 Planet, Jr $10 50 

Total $10 50 



165 

VOUCHER No. 295. FRANK G. KAMPS, Jr. 
1904. 

Apr. 7. 1,143 Dos. No. 2 whitefish, at 7c. if 80 01 

" 14. 1,191 lbs, No. 2 whitefish, at 7c 83 37 

" 21. 1,284 lbs. No. 2 whitefish, at 7c 89 88 

" 28. 1,207 lbs. No. 2 whitefish, at 7c 84 49 

Total $337 75 



VOUCHER No. 29(5. C. H. McDOWELL. 
1904. 

Apr. 3. Services as chaplain $5 00 

" 10. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 17. Services as chaplain .' . . . 5 00 

" 24. Services as chaplain 5 00 

Total $20 00 



VOUCHER No. 297. INDIANAPOLIS HARDWARE CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 1. 1/0 doz. spoons, at 00c .$0 30 

" 15. 1 doz. spoons 60 

Total $0 90 



VOUCHER No. 298. WULSCHNER-STEWART MUSIC CO. 

1904. 
Feb. 22. 17-50 10-60 2 S. music $7 25 

Total $7 25 

» 

VOUCHER No. 299. F. G. KAMPS F. & O. CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 5. 15 lbs. bass, at 18c $2 70 

" 16. 4 lbs. sunflsh at 10c .^. 40 

Total , $3 10 



VOUCHER No. 300. THE "SANITAS" CO., Ltd., New York. 

1904. 
Apr. 11. 100 lbs. Sanitas moth powder, at 38c $38 00 

Total $38 00 



166 

VOUCHER No. 301. CHAS. G. GRAH. 
1904. ^ 

Feb. 8; Grinding 3 razors $1 00 

" 16. Grinding 2 sliears 50 

Mar. 5. Grinding 1 razor . 50 

Apr. 18. 2 boxes William's soap 5 40 

" 18. 2 boxes cocoanut oil -. 80 

" 18. 2 pair 8-in. brass shears 3 50 

" 18. 3 No. 1 B i& S harp clippers 9 00 

" 18. 2 oil hones 3 00 

" 18. 1/2 doz. blue steel razors 12 00 

" 18. 1 double strap 1 65 

Total $37 35 

VOUCHER No. 302. SCHWARZSCHILD & SULZBERGER CO. 

1904. 

Apr. 5. 6 tierces laurel lard, 2,260 lbs., at $7.28 $164 53 

" 12. 6 tierces laurel lard, 2,1.55 lbs., at $7.28 156 88 

Total $321 41 

VOUCHER No. 303. VONNEGUT HARDWARE CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 1. 10 lbs. 14-oz. np. tacks, at 4i^c $0 45 

" 1. 5 lbs. 5-oz. np. tacks, at 6i/4c 33 

" 1. 6 bolts imitation leather gimp, at 14%c 84 

1. 6 boxes tacks, 18 L., 10 color, at 60c 3 60 

1. 2 2% cin. clamps 2 50 

1. 1 No. 1 M. F. Hd. vise 130 

" 1. 1 No. 2 eutei'prise tap borer 1 25 

" 1. 1 10-in. trimo wrench 00 

4. 6 doz. 41/4 Wiss & Son pocket scissors, at $4.20 25 20 

" 16. 24 yds. 54-in. green chase leather, at 90c 21 60 

Total $57 07 

VOUCHER No. 304. FRANCKE HARDWARE CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 2. 24 carving knives, at 90c $21 60 

" 2. Express on same 90 

" 21. 2 doz. 18 pudding pans, at $2.75 5 50 

" 25. 10 lbs. flour emery, at 9c 90 

Total $28 90 

VOUCHER No. 305. LOUIS A. GRIENER. 
T.MU. 
Ai)r. ."!. \'isit, attention and nicdicino to horse Avith 

inieumonia $2 50 

\ 



167 

. VOUCHEiR No. 305-Continiied 
1904. 

Apr. 4. Visit, attention and medicine to horse with 
pneumonia 

5. Visit, attention and medicine to horse with 
pneumonia 

6. Visit, attention and medicine to horse with 
pneumonia 

7. Visit, attention and medicine to horse with 
pneumonia 

8. Visit, attention and medicine to horse with 
pneumonia 

9. Visit, attention and medicine to horse with 
pneumonia 2 50 

10. Visit, attention and medicine to horse with 

pneumonia 2 50 



$2 50 
2 50 
2 50 
2 50 
5 00 



Total ^22 50 

VOUCHER No. 306. ELI MARVIN. 
1904. 

Feb. 3. Transportation, Franlsfort to Indianapolis 

and return ,^2 60 

" 26. Transportation, Fraulifort t^ Indianapolis 

and return 2 60 

Mar. 2. Transportation, Frankfort to Indianapolis 

and return 2 60 

" 25. Transportation, Franlifort to Indianapolis 

and return 2 60 

Apr. 6. Transportation, Franlifort to Indianapolis 

and return 2 60 

" 29. Transportation, Frankfort to Indianapohs 

and return 2 60 - 

" 29. Hotel bills, total 1 50 

" 29. Street car fare 25 

" 29! Salary, 3 months, Feb., Mar. and April 75 00 



Total $92 35 



VOUCHER No. 307. FREMONT GOODWINE. 
1904. 

Apr. 29. Services as trustee, 3 months $75 00 

" 29. R. R. fare Williamsport to Indianapolis and 

return, 4 trips, at $4.21 per trip 16 84 

" 29. Hotel fare 8 00 

Total $99 84 



168 



VOUCHER No. 308. WM. B. BURFORD. 
1904. 

Mar. 22. 200-10-622 envelopes $0 42 

" 22. Printing 200 envelopes, Williamsport 65 

" 22. 200-10-622 envelopes ' 42 

" 22. Printing 200 envelopes, Frankfort 65 

" 22. 200-10-622 envelopes 42 

" 22. Printing 200 envelopes, Rockvillc 65 

" 22. 300 litli. letterheads. Williamsport.- 165 

" 22. 300 nth. letterheads, Frankfort 1 65 

" 22. 300 lith. letterheads, Rockville 1 65 

" 24. 10 R. M. Ward paper 16 00 

" 24. 2,000 lith. 6% 522 envelopes 6 75 

Apr. 5. 5,000 dictation slips, 5%x4% 6 50 

5. Tabbing 5,000 dictation slips 100 

5. 5,000 daily reports, Wh. Cap. R. & P 61 70 

Total $100 11 



VOUCHER No. 309. A. B. MEYER & CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 30. 700 tons Linton No. 4 mine run, at $1.95 $1,365 00 

" 30. 282% tons Linton No. 4 nut and slack, at $1.50 424 20 

" 30. 9 775-2,000 tons anthra<*te coal, at $7.50 70 41 

" 30. 96% tons unloading 3 cars, at 20c .^ 19 35 

" 30. 426% tons unloading I31/0 cars, at 10c. . .' 42 65 



Total Jl,921 61 



VOUCHER No. 310. SANDER & RECKER FURNITURE CO. 

1904. 

Apr. 6. 2 commodes, at $5.50 $1100 

Mar. 21. 14 tables, at $11.35 158 90 

Total $169 90 



VOUCHER No. 311. CENTURY BISCUIT CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 7. 14 bbis, crackers, 625 lbs., at 4yoc $28 13 

" 14. 15 bbls. crackers, 679 lbs., at 414c 30 56 

" 21. 15 bbls. crackers, 687 lbs., at 4y2C 30 92 

" 28. 15 bbls. crackers, 684 lbs., at 4yoC 30 78 

Total $120 39 



169 

VOUCHER No. 312. TUTEWILER & SON. 
190i. 
Apr. 7. Burial outfit for Edward H. Allen of Marion 

County $7 00 

" 20. Burial outfit for Sarab J. Williams of Tippe- 
canoe County '7 00 

" 29. Burial outfit for John Robinson of Hancock 

County '7 00 

Total $21 00 

VOUCHER No. 313. THE E. C. DOLMETSCH CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 23. 2 pieces 12-ft. bunting flags, at $4.75 $9 50 

" 23. 2 pieces 15-ft. bunting flags, at $6.75 13 50 

Total $2300 

VOUCHER No. 314. LION COMPRESSED YEAST CO. 
1904. 
Apr. 30. 731/2 lbs. yeast, at 25c $18 38 

Total $18 38 

VOUCHER No. 315. KIPP BROS. CO. 

1904. 

Apr. 9. 4 No. 11 main springs, at $4.00. ^ $16 00 

9. 4 jewels in governors, at $1.00 4 00 

" 9. 8 hours time adjusting, etc., springs, at 50c. . 4 00 

" 27. 7 boxes shakers pipes, at 60c 4 20 



Total '• 

VOUCHER No. 316. THE COLUMBUS BUTTER CO. 

1904. ^ ., 8^ 

Apr. 1. 40 lbs. purity butterine, at 12c ** »" 

" 8. 1,200 lbs. purity butterine, at 12c 144 00 

" 15. 1,600 lbs. purity butterine, at 12c 192 00 

" 22. 1,600 lbs. purity butterine, at 12c 192 00 

" 29. 1,600 lbs. purity butterine, at 12c J^^ 00 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 317. THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS CO. 

1904. 
Apr. 29. 18,400 cu. ft. gas consumed, at 90c $16 56 

" 29. One outside lamp 

Total 



$28 20 



$724 80 



$18 06 



170 



1904. 
Apr. 1. 
2. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

8. 
15. 
18. 
22. 
27. 
28. 
30. 



VOUCHER No. 318. J. R. BUDD CO. 

61 lbs. hens, at 15c $9 75 

750 doz. eggs, at 15c 112 50 

206 lbs. turkeys, at 20c 41 20 

57 lbs. hens, at 15c » 8 55 

360 doz. eggs, at 15c 54 00 

84 lbs. hens, at 15c 12 60 

72 lbs. hens, at 15c 10 80 

360 doz. eggs, at 15c 54 00 

86 lbs. hens, at 15c. 12 90 

120 doz. eggs, at 15c 18 00 

120 doz. eggs, at 15c 18 00 

76 lbs. hens, at 15c 11 40 

Total ■ 



$363 70 



VOUCHER No. 319. HAVENS & GBDDES CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 18. 518% yds. pepp, 42-in., blea., at 10%c $54 44 

" " 18. 60 doz. O. N. T. thread, at 50c. 30 00 

" 27. 792 yds. Utica 50-m bro., at ISc 142 56 

" 27. 943 yds. Amosk. 30-in. ticking, at 16c 1.50 88 

" 27. 928 yds. Amosk. 36-in. ticking, ac ISy^c 143 84 

$521 72 
Less 2 per cent, discount 10 43 

Total ' 



$511 29 



VOUCHER No. 320. J. R. BUDD CO. 

1903. 
Oct. 15. 2 pair guinea pigs $3 50 

1904. 
Apr. 4. 3 pair guinea pigs 4 50 

Total 



$8 00 



VOUCHER No. 321. WILLIAM BECK. 
1904. 

Apr. 7. 1,433 lbs. hams, at $10.48 .$150 18 

" 14. 1,119 lbs. hams, at $10.48 117 27 

" 21. 1,212 lbs. hams, at $10.48 127 02 

" 28. 1,3.59 lbs. l)ams, at $10.48 142 42 

Total 



$536 89 



171 

VOUCHER No. 322. INDIANAPOLIS ABATTOIR CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 5. 125 pork loins, 1,294 lbs., at $9.24 $119 57 

" 12. 134 pork loins, 1,294 lbs., at $9.24 119 57 

" 19. 120 pork loins, 1,185 lbs., at $9.24 109 49 

' " 26. 155 pork loins, 1,300 lbs., at $9.24 120 12 

Total $468 75 

VOUCHER No. 323. J. C. PERRY & CO. 

1904. 

Apr. 1. 5 lbs. La Rosa macaroni, at 10c $0 50 

4. 10,189 lbs. gran, sugar, at $4.97 506 40 

" 4. 3,290 lbs. beans, at 3c 98 70 

" 4. 1,500 lbs. rice, at 4%c 67 50 

4. 1,000 lbs. hominy, at $1.15 1150 

4. 2,000 lbs. evap. apples, at 6c 120 00 

" 4. 5 bbls. B. oatmeal, at $5.75 28 75 

4. 1,193 lbs. N. Y. cheese, at 10%c 128 25 

4. 150 lbs. currants, at 6c 9 00 

4- 120 lbs. A. and H. soda, at 5c 6 00 

" 4. 97 gal. vinegar, at 8c 7 76 

4. 108 gal. T. R. syrup, at 20c 2160 

4. 51 gal. N. 0. molasses, at 26c 13 26 

4. 12 gal. mustard, at 30c., 3 60 

4. 10 bbls. lake salt, at 80c 8 00 

" . 4. 6 bbls. pickles, at $7.00 42 00 

4. 1 bbl., 100 bags, salt 150 

" 4. 200 doz. canned peaches, at $1.95 390 00 

4. 2,000 lbs. evaporated peaches, at 9%c 195 00 

4. 25 lbs. cut loaf sugar, at 6c 1 50 

Total ' $1,G60 82 

VOUCHER No. 324. PUTNAM CREAMERY CO. 

1904. 

Apr. 5. 5 gal. sweet cream, at 70c $3 50 

Total -"PS 50 

VOUCHER No. 325. WILLIAMS & HUNT. 

1904. 

Apr. 1. 2,707 lbs. chip soap, at $2.70 $73 08 

5. 1.333 lbs. chip soap, at $2.70 35 99 

7. 2.643 lbs. chip soap, at $2.70 71 36 

" 20. 3,189 lbs. chip soap, at $2.70 86 10 

" 27. 3,319 lbs. chip soap, at $2.70 .-, 89 01 

Total $356 ^^ 



172 

VOUCHER No. 326. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 

Apr. 2. George F. McGinnis for box rent, April-July. 

1904 -P 00 

2. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

2. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

2. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 2. L. T. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 2. Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 2. Thos. Hardy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 2. Asbury Cook for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

2. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 2. Lloyd Reed for 6 days boiler bouse 10 80 

" 2. Edward Lamar for 5 days boiler house 9 00 

" 2. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 2. John Dillon for 5-12 days boiler house 75 

" 2. J. L. Tolin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

7. Chas. D. Hardin for returned eloped patient. 

Anna W. Southard 5 00 

8. The Standard Publishing Co. for Sunday- 

school supplies, April-July, 1904 35 50 

" 8. Burt-Terry- Wilson Co. for subscription, Jour- 
nal, 4 years to Aug. 20, 1904 4 00 

" 8. Florence Stokes for entertainment 15 00 

" 9. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

Mar. 9. Thos. Hardy for 5 days boiler house 9 00 

" 9. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

9. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

9. L. T. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

9. J. T. Tolin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 9. Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 9. Asbury Cook for 4-12 days boiler house 60 

9. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

9. Tim Welsh for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 9. Lloyd Reed for 7 days boiler house. .......... 12 60 

" 9. Edward Lamar for 4 days boiler house 7 20 

" 9. John Taysey for 3 days boiler house 5 40 

" 15. Henry Reiser for music 11 25 

" 16. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler hoiise 15 12 

" 16. James Noe for 6 days boiler house 12 96 

" 16. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. L. T. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. J. T. Tolin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 10. Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house.... 12 60 

" 16. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. Lloyd Reed for 6 10-12 days boiler house 12 30 

" 16. Simon Barr for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 16. John Hall for 3 days boiler house 5 40 



173 

VOUCHER No. 326-Coutiiuie(i. 
1904. 

Mar. 1(1 Tlios. Meeliau Sous for nursery stock .$34 75 

" 18. George F. McGiuuis for postage stamps 80 00 

" 20. George F. McGiuuis for postage stamps' 50 00 

" 23. George F. McGiuuis for postage stamps 20 00 

" 23. J. M. Thornburg Co. for seeds 100 

'* 23. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler liouse 15 12 

" 23. James Noe, for 5 days boiler house 10 80 

" 23. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 23. L. T. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 23. J. T. Tolin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 23. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 23. Dan Coy, for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 23. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 23. Lloyd Reid, for 5 days boiler house 9 00 

" 23. Simon Barr, for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 23. John Hall, for 2 days boiler house 3 60 

" 25. J. M. Thornburg Co., for seeds 1 00 

" 25. Columbia Grocery Co., for groceries 9 06 

" 25. Charles J. Gardner, for meats 1 90 

" 28. Henry Reiser, for music 11 25 

" 30. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 30. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 30. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 30. J. T. Tohn, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 30. Scott Pennington, for 5 3-12 days boiler house 9 45 

" 30. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 30. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 30. Lloyd Reid, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 30. Simon Barr, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 30. John Hall, for 1 day boiler house 1 80 

Total , $947 33 

VOUCHER No. 327. JOHN OSTBRMAN. 
1904. 

Apr. 30. 4,950 gals, milk at lie $544 00 

Total $544 00 

VOUCHER No. 328. J. L. KEACH. 
1904. 

Apr. 1. 1 bbl. apples $4 00 

" 2. 20 boxes oranges 40 00 

" 4. 1 bu. cranberries 2 50 

" 4. 6 doz. celery 5 40 

" 4. 1 box lemons • 2 60 

" 5. 6 doz. parsley 1 50 

" 8. 725% bu. potatoes 682 13 



174 



1904. 
Apr. 15. 
" 23. 
" 28. 
" 29. 
" 25. 



190i. 
Apr. 2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
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2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

4. 

7. 
11. 
14. 
14. 
15. 



VOUCHER No. 328— Continued. 

1 box lemons $2 60 

1 box lemons 2 60 

3,660 lbs. potatoes 57 34 

4,070 lbs. potatoes 63 77 

8,500 lbs. potatoes 54 83 

Total .' 

VOUCHER No. 329. DANIEL STEWART COMPANY. 

387% lbs. cream tartar $99 78 

25 lbs. parafiu ' 2 25 

15 lbs. alum 38 

10 lbs. wbite wax 2 50 

10 lbs. bromide pot 3 20 

5 lbs. bromide am 2 35 

10 lbs. bromide soda 3 90 

5 lbs. quassia chips 35 

2 lbs. salicy. soda 80 

2 lbs. S. N. bismutli 4 48 

2 lbs. flex, collodion 1 48 

3 lbs. red cinchona bli 87 

2 lbs. vanilla bean 16 00 

^2 lb. guanol 1 20 

1 lb. iodide ammo 3 80 

1 lb. Va. snalie root 38 

1 lb. F. E. ipecac 3 30 

1 lb. F. E. gundelle rob 1 04 

1 lb. earb. ammonia 14 

8 oz. pheno bromate 7 20 

8 oz. phenacetin 7 20 

4 oz. Ak 3 60 

5 yds. belladonna plaster 3 15 

10 gal. alcohol 25 90 

2 gal. castor oil. 2 08 

4 doz. empty capsules 2 60 

V2 doz. 5 chamois 2 75 

1 ,000 tabs mere No. L 2 14 

1,000 pills G. M. Co. & Stry 3 14 

1,000 pills, A. S. B. Co. L 2 04 

1 lb. F. E. licorice B. B 60 

1-12 doz. elx. geyc. Henn Co 90 

% doz. elx. geyc. Henn Co 1 80 

5 gross Hydes hamotropin 2 10 

50 lbs. glycerine 8 25 

4 lbs. caraway seed 72 

Total 



$919 



$224 31 



175 



VOUCHER No. 330. GEORGE P. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

l'J04. 
Apr. 30. Main pay-roll for month April, 1904 $7,521 54 



1904 
Apr. 
" 6. 
" 14. 
" 14. 
" 14. 
" 14. 
" 14. 
" 14. 
" 14. 
" 14. 



Total 



!f7,521 54 



VOUCHER No. 331. M. O'CONNOR & CO. 



6. 200 doz. canned corn, at $1.12 1 $225 00 

2% doz. rice root scrub brushes, at 63c . . 



1,000 lbs. Piel's laundry starch, at 3c 

35 lbs. Brier Pipe smoking tobacco, at 37c. 

10 boxes Ivory soap, at $4.00 

12 doz. mop sticks for cloth, at 50c 

12 doz. mop sticks for brush, at 50c 

6 doz. Rising Sun stove polish, at 50c. .. . 

3 doz. Mason's shoe blacking, at 40c 

10 doz. rice root scrub brushes, at 63c. . . . 



1 


58 


30 


00 


12 


95 


40 


00 


6 00 


6 


00 


3 00 


1 


20 


6 


30 



Total 



$332 03 



1904. 



VOUCHER No. 332. WILLIAM ROBINSON. 



May. 2. Three men, 421/2 days' time , .' $74 37 

2. Tvi^o teams, 311/2 days' time 110 25 



Total 



$184 62 



1904. 
Feb. 4. 



4. 

4. 
27. 

9. 

9. 
25. 
25. 
29. 



Mar 



Apr. 



29. 



VOUCHER No. 333. ALBERT M. ADAMS. 

Trip via Frankfort, "trains snowed in" Indi- 
anapolis $2 45 

Return trip via Guion 1 85 

Meals on trip 55 

Trip Guion and return via Terre Haute 4 75 

Trip via Guion going • • • • 1 85 

Return by B-dale livery to Rockville 2 80 

Trip via Guion R. R. fare 1 85 

Return via Terre Haute 2 90 

Trip via Guion and return by B-dale livery 

to Rockville, dinner 4 90 

Services as trustee three months 75 00 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 334. THE CAPITAL CITY DAIRY CO. 



1904. 



Mar. 30. 1 box No. 2 purity butterine, 40 lbs., at 22c. . $8 80 
Total 



90 



80 



176 

VOUCHER No. 335. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL. 
1904. 
May 24. Notice, supplies, 7 lines, 3 times $1 40 

Total ....; ... $1 i'i 

VOUCHER No. 336. THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. 
1904. 
May 23. Notice, 60 words, 3 times $1 80 

Total $1 80 

VOUCHER No. 337. THE iNDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL. 
1904. 
May 23. Notice, 60 words, 3 times $1 80 

Total ?1 80 

VOUCHER No. 338. THE NATIONAL AMMONIA CO., St. Louis, Mo. 

1904. 
May 17. 101 lbs. anhydrous ammonia, at 26c, No. 2095, 

290 gross, 189 tare, 101 lbs. net $26 26 

Total $26 26 

VOUCHER No. 339. FRANK G. KAMPS, JR. , 
1904. 

May 5. 1,229 lbs. whitefish, at lie $135 19 

" 12. 1,272 lbs. whitefish, at lie 139 92 

" 19. 1,275 lbs. whitefish, at lie 140 25 

" 26. 1,409 lbs. whitefish, at lie 154 99 ' 

Total .^ $570 35 

VOUCHER No. 340. AMERICAN TENT & AWNING CO. 

1904. 
May 28. Making and putting up 25 awnings with 
double corners and paintmg, irons, etc., at 
$4.75 $118 75 

" 28. Making and putting up 1 large awning and 

painting Irons 5 75 

Total $124 50 



177 

VOUCHER No. 341. WILLIAM EHRICH. 
1904. 
May 16. Bxaminmg and taking out old ranges and 
broiler and fitting up new ranges and plas- 
tering up old, flue holes officers' kitchen D. 

F. M., 18 hours' time, at 4Uc $7 20 

" 16. Hauling new ranges from freight depot 1 25 

Total $8 45 

VOUCHER No. 342. C. W. MEIKEL CO. 
1904. 
May 16. 6 gas globes, at 22yoc $1 35 

Total $1 35 

VOUCHER No. 343. THE COLUMBUS BUTTER CO. 

1904. 

May 1. 1 box, 40 lbs., butterine, at 12c $4 80 

" 11. 40 boxes, 1,600 lbs., butterine, at 12c 192 00 

" 19. 40 boxes, 1,600 lbs., butterine, at 12c 192 00 

" 25. 40 boxes, 1,600 lbs., butterine, at 12c 192 00 

Total $580 80 

VOUCHER No. 344. THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS CO. 
1904. 

May 20. 16,500 cubic feet consumed, at 90c $14 85 

" 20. One outside lamp 1 50 

Total $16 35 

VOUCHER No. 345. JOHN B. BRIGHT & SON. 
1904. 
May 2. 12i/i chests Moyum Imperial tea, 740 lbs., net, 

at 33y8C $250 68 

3. 20 bags Golden Santos coffee, green, 2639-26- 

2613 lbs., net, at ll%c 297 23 

3. 20 roasts, at 25c 5 00 

" 18. 21 bags Golden Santos coffee, green, 2757-28- 

2729 lbs., net, at ll%c 310 42 

" 18. 21 roasts, at 25c 5 25 

" 18. 21/2 chests Moyum Imperial tea, 120 lbs., at 

33y8C 40 65 

Total $909 23 

12— Central Insane. 



178 

VOUCHER No. 34(j. VAWTBR HAY & GRAIN CO. 
1904. 

May 2. 3.238 lbs. white oats, at 45c $45 53 

2. 2,158 lbs. ear corn, at 63c 19 99 

4. 5,875 lbs. ear corn, at 63c 54 43 

4. 1 6-lb. pkg. Hoosier stock food 50 

12. 2,800 lbs. ear corn, at 63c 25 95 

17. 3,000 lbs. ear corn, at 63c 27 80 



Total $174 20 

VOUCHER No. 347. GEORGE T. EVANS. 
1904. 

May 4. 110 bbls. winter flour, at $4.45 $489 50 

4. 50 bbls. spring flour, at $5.15 257 50 

In car 13991, C. C. C. & St. L. 



Total $747 00 

VOUCHER No. 348. O. E. GREGORY. 
1904. 
•May 4. 2,000 lbs. bread meal $27 60 



Total $27 60 

VOUCHER No. 349. THE VAIL SEED CO. 
1904. 

May 20. 1 bu. sweet corn $8 00 

" 20. 1 lb. salsify Sandwich Island seed 1 00 

" 20. 1 bag 10 



V 



Total $9 10 

VOUCHER No. 350. HUNTINGTON & PAGE. 



1904. 

May 6. 1 lb. silkaline 

6. 1,000 6-in. painted labels. 

6. 500 10-in. painted labels. 

" 10. 250 canna bulbs 



$1 20 


1 25 


80 


8 75 



Total , $12 00 

VOUCHER No. 351. SAVIFT & CO. 
1904. 

May 5. 85 hams, 1,219 lbs., at $10.20 $124 34 

5. 8 bacon, 63 lbs., at 16c 10 08 

" 12. 80 hams, 1,373 lbs., at $10.20 140 05 

" 39. 70 hams, 1,305 lbs., at $10.20 133 11 

" 26. 90 hams, 1,308 lbs., at $10.20 133 41 

Total $540 99 



179 



VOUCHER No. 352. McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO. 
1904. 

May 11. 1 No. 135 refrigerator $118 00 

Total ,$118 00 

VOUCHER No. 353. WM. R. BURFORD. 
1904. 

Apr. 15. 2,000 letter circulars, % folio, ptd $13 SO 

" 15. 2,000 personal cards, ptd., 6x3% ' 5 00 

" 16. 10,000 36-lb. manilla envelopes, 6% 5 70 

" 16. 100 sheets blotting paper 4 90 

" 16. 25 sheets blotting paper, cut 1-12 1 22 

" 16. 2,000 6%-522 envelopes, lith 6 75 

" 20. 100 instruction to medical staff 3 93 

" 20. 300 report to pathologist, % cap, ptd 5 26 

" 26, 1,000 No. 3 coin envelopes 75 

May 3. 1,000 response to app., % folio, ptd 7 80 

9. 25 boxes 048 Falcon pens 15 00 

" 9. 25 boxes 442 jack stub pens 15 00 

9. 5 boxes 303 Gillott pens 3 00 

Total $88 11 

VOUCHER No. 354. C. H. McDOWELL. 
1904. 

May 1. Services as chaplain $5 00 

" 8- Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 15. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 22. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 29. Services as chaplain 5 00 

Total $25 00 



1904. 



VOUCHER No. 355. TUTEWILER & SON. 
May 13. Burial outfit for Daniel Harman, Putnam Co. $7 00 
Total 



$7 00 



VOUCHER No. 350. CHARLES J. GARDNER. 
1904. 

May 4. 4,427 lbs. beef, at $6.20 $274 47 

7. 5,069 lbs. beef, at $6.20 314 28 

12. 4,885 lbs. beef, at $6.20 302 87 

17. 5,198 lbs. beef, at $6.20 322 27 

21. 4,353 lbs. beef, at $0.20 269 88 

26. 4,729 lbs. beef, at $6.20 293 20 



Total 



$1,776 97 



180 



1904. 
May 23. 
" 16. 
" 31. 
" 27. 
" 28. 
" 31. 



1904. 
May 2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 



VOUCHER No. 357. F. H. CHEYNE ELECTRIC CO. 

Armature $300 00 

Labor 1 50 

Freight and drayage 7 55 

Labor 08 

Labor 4 16 

Labor 2 00 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 358. A. KIEFER DRUG CO. 

5 lbs. F. E. sol aloes L $3 88 

5 lbs. yu santa L. F. E 5 38 

1 lb. nus vomica L. F. E 63 

3 lbs. P. A. berries L. F. E 3 75 

3 lbs. poke root F. E 1 50 

8 lbs. cascara evacr. P. D. & Co 10 00 

5 lbs. cone. tr. avena sativa Kerth 6 00 

5 lbs. purified chloroform 3 40 

50 lbs. oxalic acid 3 25 

10 lbs. carbolic acid G. L. 5c 1 90 

25 lbs. sulp. magnesia 38 

6 lbs. peros. hyd. alb. ost 1 38 

1 lb. Armour scale pepsin 3 00 

2 lbs. pyrophosph. iron mlk 96 

3 lbs. coca butter 1 20 

% lb. hyposidphide pot 36 

1 lb. citrate potash, can 40 

4 lbs. aeet. potash 88 

% lb. resub. iodine G. & B 1 80 

8 lbs. Thomas prep, chalk 45 

1 lb. salol. merk 1 25 

2 lbs. chrome alum 20 

5 lbs. hyposulphite soda, bulk 15 

1 lb. sulphide mack C. P. can 10 

5 lbs. bromide soda mtk 2 00 

5 lbs. bromide potash mlk 1 75 

1 lb. gum kino 30 

1 lb. iodoform, mlk 3 25 

% lb. Dil hydrocyanic acid 20 

250 gms. squibbs po. opium 3 75 

2 lbs. bals Peru 2 45 

8 oz. pheno bromate po 7 20 

8 oz. pheno bromate, tabs., 5 gr 7 20 

4 oz. po. ext. cas. sag., P. D. & Co i 34 

2 oz. melol 1 20 

4 oz. hydrochonie 52 

2 oz. chryrobin 50 



$315 29 



181 

VOUCHER No. 35S-Coutiuned. 
1904. 

May 2. 25 oz. sulphate qiiiniue $6 50 

" 2. 8 oz. phenacetine 6 80 

2. 8 oz. chloralamid 6 00 

" 2. 4 oz. bot. baptisiu 1 40 

2. 10 gal. alcohol can 25 00 

2. 5 gal. paraffin oil 1 00 

2. 6 gro. 29 pill boxes 2 70 

2. 6 gro. 30 pill boxes 2 70 

" 2. 1 -doz. malted milk, hosp. size 33 00 

" 2. 1 doz. Schrefllein hemoquinia 7 50 

" 2. 2 doz. P. D. & Co. empty capsules, No. 1; 2 
doz. P. D. & Co. empty capsules,^ No. 2; 2 

doz. P. D. & Co. empty capsules, No. 4. .. . 3 84 

" 2. 2 gal. dis. ext. witchhazel jug 1 50 

2. 1,000 pills permang. pot. 2 gr 1 80 

2. 604 lbs. soda ash, imp 9 00 

2. 100 lbs. bom. black 3 00 

" 2. 80 lbs. sulph. copper, imp 4 80 

" 13. % lb. gum arable 15 

" 13. 1 lb. nitric acid 30 

" 13. % lb. carb. lead 05 

" 13. % lb. sulph. acid C. P 28 

" 13. 21 oz. oil cajuput 1 12 

" 13. 1 lb. beechwood creosote 1 20 

" 13. 4 kelagramis squibbs absolute alo 7 30 

" 13. 10 gal. Waterbury metabolizer C. L. oil ■ 32 50 

" 13. 50 lbs. C. W. L. vaseline 1-50 10 00 

" 13. l^ lb. hypophosphite niaganese 65 

" 13. 10 yds. belladonna plaster, 7-in 6 30 

" 13. 10 yds. mustard plaster, 10-in 3 96 



Total 



VOUCHER No. 359. J. C. PERRY & CO. 
1904. 

May 2. 200 doz. canned peaches at $1.95 $390 00 

2. 200 doz. canned corn at $1.15 230 00 

2. 1,000 lbs. lump starch at 3% 32 50 

2. 10 boxes Ivory soap at $4.00 40 00 

2. 4 doz. bath brick at 35c 140 

" 2. 2 doz. washboards at $1.75 3 50 

2. 1 bbl. salt, 100 pockets 1 50 

" 2. 10 bbls. common salt at 80c 8 00 

" 2. 6 bbls. pickles at $7.25 43 50 

" 2. 12 gal. prep, mustard at 30c 3 60 

" 2. 54 gal. eccine oil at 14I/2C "88 

" 2. 24 doz. silicon at 70c 16 80 



182 

VOUCHER No. 359— Coutiuued. 
1904. 

May 2. llOVo gal. syrup at 21c .$23 21 

2. 197 gal. vinegar at 8c 15 76 

2. 10 bags hominy at $1.35 13 50 

2. 10 bbls. P. oatmeal at $5.75 57 50 

2. 162 lbs. currants at Cc 9 72 

2. 1,500 lbs. rice at 414c 03 75 

2. 2,000 lbs. evaporated apples at 6c 120 00 

2. 3,292 lbs. beans at 3c 98 76 

2. 8,545 lbs. gran, sugar at $5.02 428 97 

5. 81 lbs. anchor tobacco at 26c 2106 

5. 12 doz. mopsticks at 60c 7 20 

11. 720 lbs. anchor tobacco at 26c 187 20 

11. 1,033 lbs. N. Y. cheese at 1014c 105 88 

12. 200 lbs. Piel's corn starch at 4c 8 00 

12. 500 paper bags, No. 258 at 80c 4 00 

19. 5 lbs. La Rosa macaroni at 10c 50 

Total $1,943 64 



VOUCHER No. 360. J. R. BUDD COMPANY. ' 

1904. 

May 3. 360 doz. eggs at 17c $61 20 

7. 73 lbs. chickens at 15c 10 95 

11. 360 doz. eggs at 17c 61 20 

13. 66 lbs. chickens at 15c 9 90 

20. 360 doz. eggs at 17c 61 20 

21. 68 lbs. chickens at '15c 10 20 

26. 360 doz. eggs at 17c 61 20 

28. 73 lbs. chickens at 15c. . . ■ 10 95 

$286 80 

Less rebate on eggs of 1 00 

Total jj;285 80 



VOUCHER No. .-iCl. .TOHN \AN RANGE COMPANY. Cincinnati, O. 

1904. 

May 11. 1 No. 830 maggie with linings, in place of 
waterback with elevated closet and 6 8-in. 
holes, with pipe, elbow and thimble; 2 full 
size oven pans; 4 %-full size oven pans; R. 
R. F. p. B. Indianapolis, Ind., freight prep'd $85 00 

Total $85 00 



1S3 



VOUCHER No. 362. LION COMPRESSED YEAST COMPANY. 



1904. 
May 31. 75 lbs. yeast at 25c. 



$18 75 



Total 



$18 75 



VOUCHER No. 303. FRANCKE HARDWARE COMPANY. 



1904. 
May 2 



1904. 
May 3. 

" 3. 

" 3. 

" 3. 

" 3. 

3. 

, " 3. 

" 28. 

" 31, 

•' 31. 

" 31. 

" 31. 

" 31. 

" 31. 

" 31. 

" 31. 

" 31. 

" 31. 



Difference iu exchange of package emory. ... $0 10 

% doz. 6-in. dies garden at .$3.50 88 

1 pair pruning sliears 1 00 

% doz. rolling pins at $3.60 1 80 

Vq doz. 17 galv. coal hods 63 

% doz. 23 galv. coal shovels 25 

1 doz. lemon squeezers 2 00 

3 lbs. 343 mica at $3.00 9 00 

Total $15 66 

VOUCHER No. 304. CHARLES D. PEARSON & CO. 

50 doz. tea cups at 33c $16 50 

12 doz. saucers at 33c 3 90 

12 doz. 10-in. plates 9 00 

6 doz. 30"s oyster boAvls 4 80 

6 doz. 1/2 gal jugs 6's 21 60 

2 doz. 1-pint jugs 36's 2 00 

1 doz. 9's baisius 3 80 

3 doz. 4% No. 341 nappies at 60c 1 SO 

4 doz. 55 7-5, etc., tumblers at 65e 2 60 

3 doz. 51/4 Rd. bowl spoons at 75c 2 25 , 

4 doz. Ranson 6y2-in. plates at $2.70 10 80 

1 doz. Ranson Individ, butters 90 

2% doz. Ranson 5%-in. plates at $2.25 5 63 

1 doz. Star H. & Co. teas 1st 3 38 

3 doz. dessert knives at .$3.10 9 30 

3 doz. dessert Berk forks at .$4.28 12 84 

3 doz. dessert Berk spoons at $3.83 11 49 

1 doz. desser Tip spoons 3 15 

Total $125 80 



VOUCHER No. 36.5. VONNEGUT HARDWARE COMPANY. 



1904. 
May : 



3 Rose countersinks $0 21 

3 Rose 4 6-8 bit stock drills 23 

1 pair 8-in. carpenter's pincers 17 

1 No. 4 alligator wrench . 75 



184 



-VOUCHER No. 365— Continued. 
1904. 

May 2. 1 18-in. giant nail pviller 

2. 1 No. 146 adj. hack saw frame 

2. 1 doz. 12-in. star H. S. blades 

2. 2 5-in. pointing trowels at 18c 

2. 1 4-in. pointing troAvel 

2. 2 11-in. Brades B. trowels at 75c 

2. 1 ni/o-in. No. 2 Atkins plaster. 

2. 1 13%-in. plasters hook 

2. 1 12-in. No. 45 B. & C. combine wrench 

2. 6 No. 05 socket shank hoes at 27c 

2. 7-12 gro. No. 23 tin cups at $7.00 

2. 1 doz. No. 144 Chlsholum scoops 

2. 1 doz. packages, 12 papers each, 8-oz. tacks 

at 33c 

2. 50 sets No. 10 Martins casters at $1.00 

2. 25 sets No. 8 Martins casters at 80c 

28. 5 6-15 rd. screw driver bits 

28. 1 set fluted Wills reamers i/4x% 

28. 5-12 gro. 28 rd. tin cups at $7.00 



$0 77 





80 




78 




36 




16 


1 


50 




63 




50 


1 


35 


1 


62 


4 


08 


9 


60 


3 


96 


50 


00 


20 


00 




60 


2 


64 


2 


92 



Total 



$103 63 



VOUCHER No. 366. CHARLES KRAUSS. 
1904. 

May 4. 2 new driven well pumps put in at 6.25 $12 50 

" 4. Repair well pump leathers valve 2 50 

6. 1 2-in. well 46 feet deep at $1.25 per foot 57 50 

" 6. 1 water box and drain pipe 3 50 



Total 

VOUCHER No. 367. ATLAS PAPER MILLS COMPANY. 



1904. 
May 11. 1 case 10 rolls toilet paper, 
" 20. 1 case 10 rolls toilet paper, 



$4 50 
4 50 



Total 



$76 00 



$9 00 



VOUCHER No. 368. HOLLWEG & REESE. 
1904. 
May 31. 2% doz. W. C. bouillon cups and saucers at 

$5.00 $11 G7 

$11 67 
Less 1(1 per cent 1 16 

Totnl 



$10 51 



185 

VOUCHER No. 369. CENTURY BISCUIT COMPANY. 
1904. 

May 5. 705 lbs. crackers at 5c $35 25 

" 12. 722 lbs. crackers at 5c 36 10 

" 19. 710 lbs. crackers at 5c 35 50 

" 26. 720 lbs. crackers at 5c 36 00 

Total $142 S5 

VOUCHER No. 370. WILLIAMS & HUNT. 
1904. 

May 5. 3,422 lbs. chip soap at $2.70 $92 39 

" 12. 3,486 lbs. chip soap at $2.70 94 12 

" 19. 3,398 lbs. chip soap at $2.70 9174 

Total $278 25 

VOUCHER No. 371. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
19U4. 

May 4. 4091^ yds. crash at SVoC $34 78 

4. 100 Holland quilts at 90c 90 00 

4. 6II14 yds. pepp 42-in. blea at lie 67 24 

4. 520% yds. Utica 58-in. bro at 18%c 96 25 

" 17. 1,200 yds. Stevens crash at 8%c 99 00 

$387 27 
Less 2 per cent, discount 7 75 

Total $379 52 

VOUCHER No. 372. M. O'CONNOR & CO. 
1904. 
May 9. 115 lbs. Briar Pipe smoking- tobacco at 37c. . $42 55 
" 9. 3 doz. silicon 2 04 

Total -v ■ • • $44 59 

VOUCHER No. 373. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 
1904. 
April and May. Telegrams as per statement rendered. $1 80 

Total ^^ ^^ 

VOUCHER No. 374. ALBERT R. WORM. 

1904. . . fi ' 

May 4. 2,213 lbs. lard at 6%c $14^ ol 

Total $1^661 



186 

VOUCHER No. 375. PARKE, DAVIS & CO. 
1904. 
May 2. 1 lb. red gum lozenges $1 20 

Total $1 20 

VOUCHER No. 3TG. ALBERT GALL. 
1904. 

May G. 23 shades at $1.30 $29 90 

6. B shades at $1.10 3 30 

6. 1 shade 85 

Total $34 05 

VOUCHER No. 377. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. 
1904. 

May 5. 12 Marseilles spreads at $3.00 $36 00 

" 5. 1 gobeldine drapery 3 75 

Total $39 75 

VOUCHER No. 378. A. BURDSAL COMPANY. 
1904. 
May 17. 5 gals, gasoline at 15c $0 75 

Total $0 75 

VOUCHER No. 379. J. L. KEACH. 
1904. 

May 2. 1 box lemons $2 75 

" 13. 1 box lemons 2 75 

" 23. 1 box lemons 2 75 

Total $8 25 

VOUCHER No. 380. E. F. SHIDELER & CO. 
1904. 
May 7. 1 crate berries $5 50 

7. 629% bu. potatoes 71134 

7. 503V2 bu. potatoes 568 96 

" 14. 1 crate berries 2 75 

" 21. 1 crate berries 1 75 

" 21. 2 crates berries 3 50 

" 25. 1 crate berries 1 75 

" 28. 2 crates berries 5 50 

" 31. 1 crate berries 2 25 

Total ; $1,303 30 



187 

VOUCHER No. 881. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superiuteudent. 
1904. 

May 31. Cash paid out as follows: 

2. L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler bouse .$12 60 

2. Lea Bros. & Co., for medical books 6 00 

7. C. C. Perkins, for 6 days boiler house 12 96 

7. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

7. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

7. J. T. Tolin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

7. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

7. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

7. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

7. Lloyd Reed, for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

7. Simon Baur, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

10. Self for expenses round trip to Cincinnati, . 6 60 

" 12. George F. McGinnis, for postage stamps .... 30 00 

" 13. Henry Beiser, for music 11 25 

" 14. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 14. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 14. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 14. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 14. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 14. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 14. Lloyd Reed, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 14. Simon Baur, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 21. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 21. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 21. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house. .... 12 60 

" 21. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 ' 

" 21. Dan Coy, for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 21. Simon Baur, for 5 10-12 days boiler house. .. 10 50 

" 21. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 23. Self for 1 copy, 2 vols., Our Islands and Their 

People S 00 

" 27. Gutenburg Co., for subscription 7 copies of 

A. & S. Telegraph, Jan.-June, 1904 27 30 

" 28. 0. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 28. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

^' 28. Noah L- Hardin, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 28. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 28. Simon Baur, for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 28. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 28. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 28. Indianapolis Journal Co., subscription 3 
copies of Daily and Sunday from October 

11, 1903, to October 11, 1904 22 50 

Total $537 95 



188 

VOUCHER No. 382. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
May 31. Main pay roll for May, 1904 $7,517 74 

Total $7,517 74 

VOUCHER No. 383. JOHN OSTERMAN. 
1904. 
May 31. 5,115 gals, milk at lie ' $562 65 

Total $562 65 

VOUCHER No. 384. SCHWARZSCHILD & SULZBERGER COMPANY. 

1904. 

May 2. 7 bbls. pork loins, 1,167 lbs., at 8i4c $99 20 

9. 7 bbls. pork loins, 1,170 lbs., at 8%c 99 45 

" 16. 7 bbls. pork loins, 1,223 lbs., at Si^c 103 96 

" 23. 7 bbls. pork loins, 1,214 lbs., at SVkc 103 19 

" 30. 8 bbls. pork loins, 1,314 lbs., at SVoC Ill 69 

Total ^ $517 49 

VOUCHER No. 385. L. E. MORRISON & CO. 
1904. 

May 31. 1 doz. No. 148 4-qt. fountain syringes $15 00 

" 31. 2 pair rubber gloves at 75c 1 50 

" 31. 10 lbs. tubing 6 50 

Total $23 00 

VOUCHER No. 386. INDIANAPOLIS WATER COMPANY. 

1904. 
May 20. Water furnisried Central Indiana Hospital for 
Insane during the three months ending May 
20, 1904: 
2,950,000 feet May 20. 
2,941,000 feet February 20. 

9,000 feet used at $1.27% 11 48 

" 20. Water furnished D. F. W. for 3 months: 
7,089,000 feet May 20. 
7,688,000 feet February 20. 

1,000 feet used 1 35 

Total $12 83 



189 

VOUCHER No. 387. WULSCHNER & STEWART MUSIC CO. 

1904. 
Apr. 16. 25-50, 6-60 sheet music $8 05 

Total $8 05 

VOUCHER No. 388. BADGER FURNITURE COMPANY. 

1904. 
May 16. 12 doz. arm chairs at $28.50 $342 00 

Total $342 00 

VOUCHER No. 389. WILLIAM ROBINSON. 
1904. 

June 6. 72 days labor men at $1.75 $126 00 

" 6. 471/2 days teams at $3.50 166 25 

Total $292 25 

. VOUCHER No. 390. THE NATIONAL AMMONIA COMPANY. 

1904. 
June 14. 740 lbs. aqua ammonia at 5%c, drum No. 

2,400, gross lbs., 952; tare, 212; net,. 740 $39 78 

Total $39 78 

VOUCHER No. 391. C. H. McDOWBLL. 
1904. 

June 5. Services as chaplain $5 00 

" 12. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 19. Services as chaplain ' 5 00 

" 26. Services as chaplain 5 00 

Total • $20 00 

VOUCHER No. 392. THE INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL COMPANY. 

1904. 
June 20. Notice 60 words 3 times $1 80 

Total $1 ^^ 

VOUCHER No. 393. WILLIAMS & HUNT. 
1904. 

June 1. 3,223 lbs. chip soap at $2.60 $83 79 

7. 2,940 lbs. chip soap at $2.60 76 44 

" 14. 7,145 lbs. sal soda at 6%c 54 66 

" 15. 2,821 lbs. chip soap at $2.60 73 34 

" . 23. 2,800 lbs. chip soap at $2.60 72 80 

Total ?261 .02 



190 



1904. 
June 1. 
" 4. 
" 8. 
" 14. 
" 22. 
" 25. 



VOUCHER No. 394. CHARLES J. GARDNER. 

4,143 lbs. beef at $6.4.5 $267 22 

4,443 lbs. beef at $6.45 286 57 

4,481 lbs. beef at $6.45 289 02 

4,349 lbs. beef at $6.45 280 51 

4,656 lbs. beef at $6.45 .* 300 31 

4,626 lbs. beef at $6.45 298 38 

Total 



$2,011 87 



VOUCHER No. 395. ALBERT R. WORM. 
1904. 

June 1. 2,340 lbs. lard at $6.45 $150 93 

" 13. 400 lbs. lard at $6.45 ^ 25 80 

" 15. 1,550 lbs. lard at $6.45 ' 99 98 

Total 



$276 71 



1904. 
June 1. 
" 7. 
" 13. 
" 13. 
" 19. 



VOUCHER No. 396. KIPP BROS. COMPANY. 

1 gro. spectacles $24 00 

% lb. slieeps wool sponges at $3.75 1 88 

4 doz. base balls at 80c 3 20 

2 doz. rubber balls at $2.00 4 00 

1 doz. key chains 1 25 

Total 



$34 33 



VOUCHER No. 397. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. 
1904. 

June 25. 1 damask, 21 yds., at $1.00 $21 00 

" 25. 1 table linen felt, 13 yds., at 37yoc 4 88 

Total 



$25 88 



1904. 
June 2 



VOUCHER No. 398. WM. H. ARMSTRONG & CO. 

1 aluminum trachea tube, No. 5042, net ■. $1 80 

1 doz. Van Horn silkworm gut 2 50 

5 yds. plain gauze jar .50 

1 aseptic surgical razor 1 75 

4 solution basins, 12-in., at $1.00 4 00 

1 instrument tray, 8%xll 1 75 

Total 



$12 Si. 



191 

VOUCHER No. 399. IMIDDLETON BROOM WORKS. 
1904. 

June 1. 10 doz. whisk brooms at 90c $9 00 

1. 50 doz. parlor brooms at $2.05 102 50 

Total $111 50 

VOUCHER No. 400. WILLIAM BECK. 
1904. 

June 7. 1,147 lbs. pork loins $90 61 

" 14. 1,190 lbs. pork loins 94 01 

" 21. 1,172 lbs. pork loins 92 59 

" 28. 1,320 lbs. pork loins 104 28 

Total $381 49 

VOUCHER No. 401. SANDER & RECKER FURNITURE CO. 

1904. 
June 3. 2 5-ft. tables at $8.00. $16 00 

Total $16 00 

VOUCHER No. 402. THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS COMPANY. 

1904. 

June 27. 17,400 cubic feet gas consumed at 90c $15 66 

" 27. 1 outside lamp 1 50 

Total $17 16 

VOUCHER No. 403. ATLAS PAPER MILLS COMPANY. 

1904. 
June 2. 1 case toilet paper, 10 rolls _ $4 50 

Total $4 50 

VOUCHER No. 404. JOHN R. BRIGHT & SON. 
1904. 
June 20. 20 bags old Santos "Golden" coffee, green, 

2,752 lbs., 28 lbs. tare, 2,724 lbs. net, at 

lOysC $296 23 

" 20. 20 roasts at 25c 5 00 

" 27. 20 bags old crop Golden Santos cofCee, 2,807 

lbs., 28 lbs. tare, 2,779 lbs., at lOygC 302 21 

" 27. 20 roasts at 25c 5 00 

Total $608 44 



192 



VOUCHER No. 405. VAWTER HAY & GRAIN CO. 
1904. 

June 3. 1,500 lbs. Pearl meal at $1.44 $2160 

3. 50 lbs. graham floiu- at 2%c 125 

Total $22 85 

VOUCHER No. 406. THE E. C. DOLMETSCH COMPANY. 

1904. 

June 3. 1 doz. reach balls $10 80 

" 3. 1 doz. champion tennis balls 4 00 

Total $14 80 

VOUCHER No. 407. CHARLES D. PEARSON & CO. 
1904. 

June 1. 60 doz. star nut tea cups at 33c $19 80 

" 1. 20 doz. star nut tea saucers at 33c 6 60 

" 1. 6 doz. star nut 10-in plates at 75c 4 50 

1. 6 doz. star nut 10-in. scoUips at $2.40 14 40 

1. 6 doz. star nut 30's oyster bowls at 80c 4 80 

2. 1/2 doz. star nut 5i/^in. ice relishes at $3.60. .. 1 80 
•' 2. 2 pair 300% sugar and creams at 33c 66 

2. 1 6-in. 339 comport at 12c 12 

" 2. 2 6-in. 341 jelly at 12c 24 

Total $52 92 

VOUCHER No. 408. A. BURDSAL COMPANY. 
1904. 

June 15. 5 gal. gasoline at 15c $0 75 

" 20. 5 gal. gasoline at 15c 75 

Total $1 50 

VOUCHER No. 409. ALBERT GALL. 
1904. 

June 11. 16 rolls paper for bath room at 35c $5 60 

" 11. Hanging, painting and sizing 6 10 

" 11. Taking off old paper 3 00 

Total $14 70 

VOUCHER No. 410. HUNTINGTON & PAGE. 
1904. 

June 21. 1^ bu. E. Minn, corn $3 00 

" 21. 1 bag 18 

Total $3 18 



193 



■VOUCHER No. 411. THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. 
1904. 

June 20. Notice, 60 words, 3 times $180 

Total $1 80 

VOUCHER No. 412. FRANCKE HARDWARE COMPANY. 

1904. 

June 2. 1/3 gi-o. linives at $10.20 $3 40 

4. 2 No. 175 niglit latclies at $1.25 2 50 

" 4. 1 doz. blank keys 30 

8. % doz. scythes at $6.00 3 00 

8. 1/2 doz. snaths at $7.00 3 50 

8. 1/2 doz. Darby stones at $1.00 50 

" 23. 1 gro. tin cups 2 80 

" 23. 1 pair carvers 1 65 

" 23. 1 doz. tack claws 85 

" 23. 1 doz. tack hammers 1 25 

Total $19 75 



VOUCHER No. 413. CENTURY BISCUIT COMPANY. 



1904. 
June "^. 
" 9. 
" 16. 
" 23. 
" 30. 



15 bbls. Robin squai-e crackers, 701 lbs., at 5c. $35 05 

15 bbls. Robin square crackers, 740 lbs., at 5c. 37 00 

15 bbls. Robin square crackers, 679 lbs., at 5c. 33 95 

15 bbls. Robin square crackers, 683 lbs., at 5c. 34 15 

15 bbls. Robin square crackers, 645 lbs., at 5c. 32 25 



Total • 

VOUCHER No. 414. J. C. PERRY & CO. 
1904. 

June 1. 45 gals, molasses at 22c $9 90 

1. 4 barrels salt at 80c 3 20 

" • 2. 25 lbs. sugar at 5%c 1 4^ 

" 6. 10,498 lbs. granulated sugar at $5.00 524 90 

6. 2,654 lbs. H. P. beans at 3c 79 62 

6. 1^0 lbs. rice at 41/4C 42 50 

" 6. 1,021 lbs. N. Y. cheese at 9c 91 89 

6. 160 lbs. bulk currants at 6c 9 60 

" 6. 200 doz. canned tomatoes at 75c 150 00 

" 6. 196 gals, vinegar at 8c 15 68 

6. 109 gals, syrup at 21c 22 89 

6. 10 bbls. salt at 80c 8 00 

" 6. 1 bbl. 100 3-lb. salt 150 

6. 6 bbls. dingee pickles at $7.50 , 45 00 

" 6. 12 gals, mustard at 30c 3 60 

" 6. 2,000 lbs. evaporated peaches at 10%c 210 00 

13— Central Insane. 



$172 40 



194 



VOUCHEIl No. 414-Continuecl. 
1904. 

June 6. 10 bags 1,000 lbs. homiuy at $1.50 $15 00 

6. 124 lbs. whole peppei- at ISVoC 16 74 

6. 8 bbls. B. oatmeal at $5.65 42 20 

" 10. 2 bbls. B. oatmeal at $5.65 1130 

" _24. 600 lbs. rice at 4iAc 25 50 

" 27. 3 boxes clothes pins at 55c 1 65 

" 29. 50 doz. No. 2 fibre chambers at $2.95 147 50 

Total 



$1,482 ei 



1904. 
Jmie 1. 
1. 
" 25. 
" 25. 
" 25. 



VOUCHER No. 415. STANDARD OIL COMPANY. 

2 bbls cylinder oil, 100 gals., at 35c $35 00 

2 bbls. engine oil, 100 gals., at 20%c 20 50 

1 bbl. cylinder oil, 50 gals,, at 35c 17 50 

1 bbl. engine oil, 50 gals., at 20i/2C 10 25 

Ibbl. perfection oU, 50 gals., at 12y2C 6 25 

Total 



$89 50 



VOUCHER No. 416. LION COMPRESSED YEAST COMPANY. 

1904. 
June 30. 71 lbs yeast at 25c ' $17 75 

Total $17 75 



VOUCHER No. 417. INDIANAPOLIS ABATTOIR "COMPANY. 



1904. 
June 2. 



16. 
23. 
30. 



1904. 
Apr. 30. 
May 30. 
June 2. 

" 9. 



89 hams, 1,250 lbs., at $9.98 $i24 75 

94 hams, 1,300 lbs., at $9.98 129 74 

10 bacon, 52 lbs., at 15%c 8 06 

88 hams, 1,310 lbs., at $9.98 130 74 

85 lbs. hams, 1,310 lbs., at $9.98 130 74 

80 hams, 1,315 lbs., at $9.98 131 24 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 418. F. G. KAIMPS F. & O. CO. 

Statement $3 10 

Statement 4 50 

1,135 lbs. fish at 7c 79 45 

1,220 lbs. fish at 7c §5 40 



$655 27 



195 

VOUCHER No. 418— Continued. 
1904. 

.Tune 16. 1,251 lbs. fisli at 7c ".$87 57 

" 23. 1,366 lbs. fish at 7c 95 62 

" 30. 1,251 lbs. flsh at 7c 87 57 

$448 21 
Less amount April 30, .?3.10; less rebate on 

flsh, $11.00 14 10 

Total $429 11 

VOUCHER No. 410. J. R. BUDD COMPANY. 
1904. 

June 1. 26 lbs. hens at 15c $3 90 

4. 66 lbs. hens at 15c 9 90 

6. 360 doz. eggs at 15y2C 55 80 

" 10. 65 lbs. hens at 15c 9 75 

" 15. 240 doz. eggs at isyoc 37 20 

" IS. 69 lbs. hens at 15c 10 35 

" 18. 9 lbs. springs at 30c 2 70 

" 22. 360 doz. eggs at 151/oc 55 80 

" 25. 59 lbs. hens at 15c 8 85 

" 27. 360 doz. eggs at 15%c 55 80 

Total 1 $250 05 

VOUCHER No. 420." VONNEGUT HARDWARE COMPANY. 

1904. 

June 2. 14 doz. No. 11 skillets at .$6.50 $163 

" 2. 1 coffee strainer 10 

" 2. 1 coffee strainer 15 

3. 2 doz. Lrow Cg. clamps 6 12 

" 3. 1 doz. 16-in. mattress needles 80 

" 3. %, doz. 8 regulators 36 

3. 1 50-ft. Chesterman taps 2 08 

3. 424 lbs. medium tow at l%c 6 36 

" 3. 1 lb. 1/4 wrought washers 07 

" 3. 1 lb. % wrought washers " 05 

3. 2 lbs. 9-16 Avrought washers 08 

3. 5 lbs. % wrought washers 20 

3. 5 lbs. 1 wrought washers 20 

3. 5 lbs. 1% wrought washers 20 

3. 24 %x2M. machine bolt 16 

3. 24 %x3i4 machine bolt 18 

3. 24 1/0x21/3 machine bolt 24 

3. 24 %x3 machine ))olt 25 

3. . 24 %x3 machine bolt 36 

3. 24 %x3% machine bolt . 38 



196 



VOUCHER No. 420— Continued. 
1904. 

June 3. 24 %x4 machine bolt $0 40 

" 3. 24 %x% set screws 09 

3. 24 5-16x1 set screws 10 

3. 24 %xl% set screws 12 

" 3. 7-16x1% set screws 14 

3. 24 %xl% set screws 17 

3. 24 9-10x11/2 set screws 20 

3. 24 %xiyo set screws 23 

3. 24 %x2 set screws "25 

3. 12 12 hand bastard files 2 65 

3. 12 10 hand bastard files 192. 

" 3. 6 6 hand bastai-d files 54 

3. 12 12 smooth files 3 47 

3. 6 10 smooth files 121 

3. 6 6 smooth files 72 

3. 12 12 half roxmd bast files 3 04 

3. 6 8 half round bast files 96 

" 3. 6 10 half round second cut files 1 30 

" 3. 6 6 half round second cut files 86 

" 3. 6 6 half round smooth files 91 

3. 6 10 half round pt. saw files 117 

" 6. 10 lbs. cleaning surface dressing, at 35c 3 50 

" 14. 5 doz. lantern globes, at $1.20 6 00 

" 20. 6 6-in. P. S. files 79 

" 20. 1 wagon jacli 1 10 

" 20. 24 9-16x2% machine bolt 34 

" 20. 24 9-16x3% machine bolt 38 

" 20. 24 9-16x4 machine bolt 40 

" 21. 1 pair 127 Grendiers 3 00 

" 21. 1 pair 126 Grendiers 3 00 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 421. TECHENTIN & FREIBERG. 
1904. 

May 31. 1 overhead check $1 00 

" 31. 1 whip 1 75 

" 31. 1 can axle oil 50 

Total 



$58 93 



$3 25 



1904. 



VOUCHER No. 422. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 



.Tune 8. 1 case No. 20819 Utica 58-in. bro., 785 yds., at 

18%c $145 23 

8. 1 case No. 7298 peppl '42-in. blea., 1,198 yds, at 

lOyaC 125 79 



197 

VOUCHER No. 422— Continued. 
1904. 

June 8. 40 No. 270 towels, at $1.75 $70 00 

" 10. 1 case No. 7410 Amos 4-4 ticking, 910 yds., at 

16c 145 60 

" 30. 100 Hollaud quilts, at 90c 90 00 

$576 62 
Less 2 per cent, discount 11 53 

Total $565 09 

VOUCHER No. 423. A. B. MEYER & CO. 
1904. 
June 30. 214% tons Linton No. 4 nut and slack, at 

$1.50 $321 75 

" 30. 178 1-10 tons Linton No. 4 mine run, at $1.95 347 30 
" 30. 25 bu. lump coke, at 12c 3 00 

Total $672 05 

VOUCHER No. 424. JOHN OSTERMAN. 
1904. 
June 30. 4,950 gal. milk, at lie $544 50 

Total $544 50 

VOUCHER No. 425. GEORGE T. EVANS. 
1904. 

June 1. 120 bbls. flour "C" winter 465 wood $558 00 

1. 40 bbls. flour "M" spring 525 wood 210 00 " 

Total $768 00 

VOUCHER No. 426. GEORGE HITZ & CO. 
1904. 
June 30. 2 cases strawberries, at $2.25 $4 50 

Total H oO 

VOUCHER No. 427. INDIANAPOLIS TELEPHONE CO. 
1904. 
June 30. Rentals of phones 1842-1840 3 months ending 

September 30 $20 00 

" 30. Tolls for month of March 80 

" 30. Tolls for month of April 65 

" 30. Tolls for month of April '. 90 

" 30. Tolls for month of May 25 

Total $22 00 



198 

VOUCHER No. 428. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. 
1904. 
June 30. Telegi-ams per statement rendered $1 00 

Total . $1 00 

VOUCHER No. 429. ARMOUR & CO. 
1904. 
June 1. 22 54 cases star 2-lb. bricks, 1,188 lbs., at 

$11.87 .$14102 

June 8. 30 40 cases star 2-lb. bricks, 1,200 lbs., at 

$11.87 142 44 

" 15. 30 40 cases star 2-lb. bricks, 1,200 lbs., at 

$11.87 : 142 44 

" 22. 30 40 cases star 2-lb. bricks, 1.200 lbs., at 

$11.87 142 44 

" 29. 30 40 cases star 2-lb. bricks, 1,200 lbs., at 

$11.87 142 44 

Total $710 78 

VOUCHER No. 430. A. KIEFER DRUG CO. 
1904. 

June 21. 1 drum 1,000 aqua ammonia. 781 lbs., at .5i/l>c. $52 96 

" 6. 1 gross. Burnett's shields 7 00 

$59 90 
Less drum returned 10 00 

Total $49 90 

VOUCHER No. 431. INDIANAPOLIS STAR CO. 
1904. 
June 21. Notice, 52 words, 3 times $1 50 

Total .$1 56 

VOUCHER No. 432. J. L. KEACH. 
1904. 

June 1. 1 box lemons $2 90 

" 1. 1 bu. new potatoes 1 35 

" 4. 2 cases strawberries 4 00 

" 4. 1 ti-ay strawberries 1 00 

" 8. 1 case strawberries 2 00 

9. 9,179 lbs. potatoes, at $1.15 175 94 

" 10. 3,757 lbs. potatoes, at $1.15 72 00 

" 11. 1 box lemons 2 90 

" n. 21/1! cases strawberries 6 25 

" 15. 11,31G lbs. potatoes, at $1.15 210 90 

" 17. 1 bu. new potatoes 1 15 



199 



VOUCHER No. 432— Continued. 
1904. 

June 17. 1 box lemons $2 90 

" 18. 2% cases strawberries 6 25 

" 18. 6,200 lbs. potatoes, at $1.15 118 85 

" 21. 5,G80 lbs. potatoes, at $1.15 108 87 

" 24. 13,330 lbs. potatoes, at $1.15 255 47 

" 25. 2% cases strawberries 6 25 

" 27. 5,920 lbs. potatoes, at $1.15 113 46 

" 29. 1 bbl. new potatoes 3 75 

" 29. 4,890 lbs. potatoes, at $1.15 93 72 

Total 



L,195 91 



1904. 
June 



VOUCHER No. 433. DANIEL STEWART CO. 

1. .5 lbs. F. E. spla $3 50 

1. 5 lbs. F. E. stillingia 3 50 

1. 5 lbs. F. E. burdock 2 25 

1. 1 lb. F. E. ipecac 3 00 

1. 25 lbs. parafiue 2 00 

1. 2 lbs. B. W. creosote 2 10 

1. 1 lb. resorcin 1 45 

1. 5 lbs. bromide ammonia 2 15 

1. 5 lbs. bromide soda 2 00 

1. 1 lb. saly. acid 40 

1. 1 lb. benzoat soda 54 

1. Ml lb. nitre silver 3 18 

1. 10 lbs. beeswax 2 80 

1. 5 lbs. whiten wax 1 40 

1. 1 lb. iclitliyol 4 00 

1. 5 lbs. hypo soda 55 

1. 1 lb. senna leaves 14 

3 . 5 lbs. quassia chips 25 

1. 1 doz. Armour's beet 7 80 

1. 50 lbs. glycerine 8 00 

1. 25 oz. quinine 6 75 

1. 8 oz. phenacetine 7 20 

1. 4 oz. snip, codeine 12 60 

1. 4 oz. gui-col 5 60 

1. 5 gross 3x corlvs 45 

1. 1 gross 1-oz. tins 76 

1. 1 doz. alpha syr 9 00 

1. 14 doz. 2-dr. graduates 50 

1. 5 gal. alcohol 13 25 

1. 1 gross 18x corks ^ ". . • • 96 

1. 1 gross 20x corks 1 20 

4. % doz. hemo quinine 4 00 



200 



VOUCHER No. 433— Continued. 
1904. 

June 8. 1% doz. hernigomen $12 00 

" 27. 10 lbs. epsom salts 50 

Total 



$125 73 



VOUCHER No. 434. M. O'CONNOR & CO. 

1904. 

June 6. 150 lbs. Brier Pipe smoking tobacco, at 35c. . $52 50 

6. 10 boxes lyory soap, at $4.00 40 00 

6. 5 boxes monkey soap, at $3.75 18 75 

" 6. 24 doz. scrub brushes, at 65c 15 60 

6. 12 doz. mop sticks, at 68c 8 16 

6. 4 doz. batb bricks, at 75c 3 00 

" 6. 2 doz. 20-oz. cbampion mops, at $3.45 6 90 

6. 24 doz. silicon 8 16 

6. 200 doz. canned peaches, at $1.85 370 00 

0. 200 doz. canned corn, at $1.15 230 00 

" 30. 5 boxes monkej' soap, at $3.75 18 75 

" 30. 24 doz. silicon, at 68c 16 32 

Total 



$788 14 



VOUCHER No. 435. CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE CO. 



1904. 
June 30. 

" 30. 
" 30. 



Rental of phones for months July, August 

and September, ending Sept. 30, 1904, 3 mo. $55 89 

Tolls for month March 1 35 

Tolls for month May -. 60 

Total 



$57 84 



VOUCHER No. 436. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 



1904. 
June 30. 
1. 

" 4. 

4. 

4. 
" 4. 

4. 
" 4. 

4. 
" 8. 
" 10. 
" 10. 
" 11. 



To cash paid as follows: 

Sol Hathaway for subscription Independent, 

June, 1904-1905 $20 00 

C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

Noah L. Hardin for 7 day boiler house 12 60 

Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

Simon Baur for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

Tim Welsh for 6 6-12 days boiler house 11 70 

George F. McGinnis for postage stamps 25 00 

W. T. Keenei- Co. for medical books 15 00 

Wilbur G. Austin for fi-eight charges 7 46 

James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 



201 

VOUCHER No. 436— Continued. 
1904. 

June 11. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house $15 12 

" 11. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 11. Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

. " 11. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

, " 11. Simon Baur for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 11. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 14. Merck & Co. for subscription reports June, 

1904-1905 2 00 

" 14. R. L. Polk & Co. for 1904 medical register... 6 00 

" 16. Superintendent's round trip to Bvansville ... 11 30 

" 18. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 18. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 18. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 18. Dan Coy for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 18. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 18. Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 18. Simon Baur for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 20. The Johns Hopkins Press for sub. vol. 61, 

Journal Insanity 5 00 

" 25. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 25. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 25. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 25. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 25. Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 25. Simon Baur for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 25. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

Total $^6022 

VOUCHER No. 437. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
June 30. Main pay-roll, month June, 1904 $7,529 34 

Total • $7,529 34 

VOUCHER No. 438. WILLIAM ROBINSON. 
1904. 
June 30. Cai'ting coal to boiler house, etc. : 

•' 30. Three men, 25^/^ days $44 50 

" 30. Two teams, 18% days 64 75 

Total $1<>925 

VOUCHER No. 439. SAMUEL LEWIS, N. Y. 
1904. 

June 29. 50 gross Lancers safety matches, at 60c $30 00 

" 29. 1 doz. match stands, no charge. 

Total $3000 



202 

A'OUCHER No. 440. JOHN B. BRIGHT & SON. 
1904. 
July 5. 18% chests nioyme imperial tea, l,34Ti4 lbs., 

less 234 lbs., tare, l.llSy- lbs., at SS'/sC .?3T"7 20 

Total $377 I'O 

VOUCHER No. 441. THE E. C. DOLMETSCH CO. 

1904. 
July 8. 12 doz. CVa spectacles, at $1.50 $18 00 

Total $18 00 

VOUCHER No. 442. VAWTER HAY & GRAIN CO. * 

1904. 
July 7. 1,500 lbs. flue pearl meal, at $1.44 $21 60 

Total $21 60 

VOUCHER No. 443. L. E. MORRISON & CO. 
1904. 
July 15. 100 drill blankets, at $1.27y:> $127 50 

Total $127 -50 

VOUCHER No. 444. THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. 
1904. >^ 

July 8. Coal bids legal notice, 400 words 3 times .... $12 00 

" 8. 50 copies Evening News. , 1 00 

" 25. Notice for supplies, 60 words 3 times 1 80 

Total $14 SO 

VOUCHER No. 445. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL COMPANY. 

1904. 

July 8. Coal bids, 400 words 3 times $12 00 

" 25. Notice, 60 Avords 3 times 1 80 

Total $13 so 

VOUCHER No. 446. C. M. McDOWELL. 
1904. 

July 3. Services as chaplain $5 00 

" 10. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 17. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 24. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 31. Services as chaplain •. 5 00 

Total $25 00 



203 

VOUCHER No. 447- THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS COMPANY. 

1904. 

•July 21. 15,000 cubic feet gas at 90c per M $14 31 

" 21. Outside lamp 1 50 

Total $15 81 

VOUCHER No. 448. BOBBS-MERRILL COINIPANY. 
1904. 
July 5. 1 Kraepeliiis clinical psychiatry $3 50 

Total $3 50 

VOUCHER No. 449. CENTRAL RUBBER & SUPPLY CO. 

1904. 
July 1. 500 feet %-in. 5 ply multiplier's hose at lOVi- ■ $51 25 

Total $51 25 

VOUCHER No. 4.50. ATLAS PAPER MILLS COMPANY. 
1904. 

July <i. 1 case toilet paper $4 50 

" 8. 1 case toilet paper 4 50 

Total $9 00 

VOUCHER No. 4.51. THE A. BURDSAL COMPANY. 
1904. 
July 25. 5 gals, gasoline at 15c - . . .$0 75 

Total $0 75 

VOUCHER No. 4.52. GEORGE J. MAYER. 
1904. 
July 1. 2 No. 5 mgt. self inkers at $1.25 $2 50 

Total $2 50 

VOUCHER No. 453. THE COLUMBUS BUTTER COMPANY. 

1904. 

July 1. 1 box No. 2. 60 lbs., at 12c $7 20 

" 12. 40 boxes No. 2, 1,000 lbs., at 12c 192 00 

" 19. 40 boxes No. 2, 1,000 lbs., at 12c 192 00 

" 20. 40 boxes No. 2, 1.600 lbs., at 12c 192 00 

. Total $583 20 



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VOUCHER No. 454. LOUIS A. GREINER & SON. 
1904. 

July 12. Visit and medicine to 4 head $3 00 

" 13. Visit and medicine to bay liorse 3 00 

" 15. Visit and. medicine to 4 liorses 3 00 

T^tal $9 00 

VOUCHER No. 4.55. KIPP BROS. COMPANY. 
1904. 

July 2. 20 gross flags at 25c $5 00 

" 7. 1 new main spring in music box 3 50 

•' 7. Cleaning and adjusting same 1 50 

" 7. Cleaning and new jewel in Regina box 3 00 

Total . . , $13 00 

VOUCHER No. 456. ALBERT GALL. 

1904. I 

July 1. 3 shades at $2.25 $6 75 

" 7. 1 Grand sweeper 4 00 

" 22. 15 yds. ingrain carpet at 75c 11 25 

" 25. 15 rolls paper, wall, at 12140 1 88 

" 25. 6 rolls paper, ceiling, at 12l^c 75 

" 25. 3 rolls paper, border, at 12i/oc 38 

" 2.J. Scraping and sizing 100 

" 25. Hanging 3 60 

Total $29 61 

VOUCHER No. 457. CHARLES G. GRAH. 
1904. . 

May 3. 3 shears and 2 razors ground $1 65 

" 13. 2 shears and 2 pair clippers gi'ound 3 65 

June 3. 3 razors ground and 2 new handles 2 00 

" 10. 1 razor ground 50 

" 17. 2 razors ground and 2 new handles 1 50 

" 24. 4 razors ground and 3 shears 2 45 

July 1. 3 razors gi-ound and 2 new handles 2 00 

" 8. 2 razors ground 1 00 

" 8. 2 shears ground and 2 new handles. 90 

Total $15 65 

VOUCHER No. 458. WEBSTER E. DIETZ. 
1904. 

July 1. 65 bbls. Pillsbury Baliers Patent at $5.15 $344 75 

" 1. 10 bbls. Pillsbm-y Bakers Patent at $5.15 51 50 

" 1. ^2 bbl. graham at $4.50 2 25 



Total 



$388 50 



205 

VOUCHER No. 459. THE H. LIBBER COMPANY. 
1904. 

Apr. 11. 2 doz. 8x10 solio paper $1 20 

May 13. 2 doz. 8x10 seeds 3 60 

" 13. 6 doz. 8x10 solio '. 3 60 

" 13. 2 15-gr. bottles gold 100 

" 14. 1 doz. 3i4x4i/i Stanley 27 

•' 14. 1 doz. 5x7 Stanley 65 

" 14. 1 doz. 5x7 Velox 35 

" 14. 1 doz. lantern slide plates 55 

" 14. 1 oz. metal 75 

" 14. 1 oz. hydrooliinon 25 

" 14. 1 box cover slau 60 

" 14. Binding strips 10 

Total $12 92 



VOUCHER No. 460. TUTEWILER & SON. 
1904. 
June 11. Burial outfit for Mary McLaughlin of Marion. 

County $7 00 

July 3. Burial outfit for Susan Arturboi'n of Mont- 
gomery County 7 00 

" 12. Burial outfit for Racheal Hamilton of Ham- 
ilton County 7 00 



Total $21 00 



VOUCHER No. 461. SWIFT & CO. 
1904. 

July 5. Veal, 1,263 lbs., at $6.43 $8120 

" 9. Veal, 55 lbs., at $6.43 3 54 

" 12. Veal, 1,260 lbs., at $6.43 81-02 

" 19. Veal, 1,220 lbs., at $6.43 78 45 

" 26. Veal, 1,182 lbs., at $6.43 76 00 



Total ^ $320 21 



VOUCHER No. 402. NELSON, MORRIS & CO. 
1904. 

July 1. Mdse. ticket B 4277, 5,105 lbs., at $6.21 $316 94 

5. Mdse. ticket B4355, 4,282 lbs., at $6.21 . . 265 92 

8. Mdse. ticket B 4456, 4,226 lbs., at $6.21 262 43 . 

11. Mdse. ticket B 4466, 4,478 lbs., at $6.21 278 09 

16. Mdse. ticket A 1647, 3,799 lbs., at $6.21 235 89 

"26. Mdse. ticket A 1874, 4,338 lbs., at $6.21 269 39 

Total $1,628 66 



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VOUCHER No. 463. THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR COMPANY. 

1904. 

July 8. 514 squares, 1 time, $1.00 per square 

9. 5% squares, 1 time, 50c per square 

11. 5%. squares, 1 time, 50c per square 

25. 1 square, 1 time, $1.00 per square 

26. 1 square, 1 tiiue, 50c. per squaa*e 

27. 1 square, 1 time, 50c per square 

Total $12 51 



VOUCHER No. 464. CENTURY BISCUIT COMPANY. 
1904. 

July 7. 15 bbls. Robin square crackers, 706 lbs., at 5c $35 30 

" 14. 15 bbls. Robin square crackers, 655 lbs., at 5c 32 75 

" 21. 15 bbls. Robin square crackers, 774 lbs., at 5c 38 70 

" 28. 15 bbls. Robin square crackers, 681 lbs., at 5c 34 05 

Total $140 »0 



VOUCHER No. 465. F. G. KAMPS FISH & OYSTER CO. 
1904. 

July 1. Balance $3 10 

6. 15 lbs. boned salmon 1 88 

7. 1,156 lbs. 1 white fish at I21/2C 127 16 

14. 1,137 lbs. white fish at 12y3C 125 07 

21. 1,139 lbs. white fish at 12% 125 29 

28. 1,100 lbs. white fish at 12yoC 121 00 



Cr. by error of balance July 1 3 10 

Cr. by rebate on contract 6 00 



$503 50 



9 10 



Total . . .- $494 40 



A^OUCHER No. 466. WILLIAMS & HUNT. 
1904. 

July 1. 12 bbls. chip soap, 3,104 lbs., at $2.60 $80 70 

6. 10 bbls. chip soap, 2.877 lbs., at $2.60 74 80 

" 15. 11 bbls. chip soap, 3,129 lbs., at 'S2.60 81 35 

" 25. 14 bbls. chip soap, 3,781 lbs., at $2.60.- 98 31 

Totjil ■ $335 IQ 

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VOUCHER No. 467. BAUSCH & LOME OPTICAL CO. 
1904. 
June S. Repaired Dai'e's liaemaglobinometer sent in 

case, net $0 75 

" 8. Express on same, net 19 

" 29. 30 gms. methyl green dry, 25 per cent. ofE... 1 20 

" 29. 30 gms. eosin yellowish dry, 25 per cent. off. . 90 

" 29. 30 gms. Jenners stain dry, 25 per cent. oft".. 4 05 

•' 29. 1 lb. anilin oil (eont. 10), 25 per cent, off 55 

" 29. 2 lbs. xylol (cont. 18), 25 per cent, off 99 

" 29. 6 gro. No. 15704a slides at $1.00, 25 per ct. off 6 00 

" 29. 6 gro. No. 15704b slides at $1.10, 25 per ct. off 6 60 

" 29. 4 gro. No. 15704d slides at $3.00, 25 per ct. off 12 00 
" 29. 6 oz. No. 15703 squares. No. 2 %-in. at 85c, 25 

per cent, off 5 10 

" 29. 6 oz. 15703 circles. No. 2 %-in., at $1.00, 25 per 

cent, off 6 00 

" 29. 4 oz. rectangulars No. 2 24x,50 mm. at $1.00, 25 

per cent, off" 4 00 

" 29. 2 cover glasses. No. 14964, at 32c, net 64 



Less 25 per cent, on $47.39 $11 84 

Less shortage on No. 15704d 19 



$48 97 



12 03 



Total $36 94 

VOUCHER No. 468. A. B. MEYER & CO. 
1904. 
July 31. 1,063% tons Linton No. 4 mine run at $1.95. .$2,073 83 



Total $2,073 83 

VOUCHER No. 469. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
1904. 
July 22. 429 yds. Berlin prints at 6%c, 2 per cent. off. $28 96 
" 22. 523 yds. Pep 42-in. bleach at 10%c, 2 per cent. 

off : 54 92 

" 22. 3 dioz. O. N. thread, 50c net. . .* 1 50 



$85 38 
Less 2 per cent, on $83.88 1 68 



Total $83 70 

■* VOUCHER No. 470. DANIEL STEWART COiMPANY. 

1904. 

July 1. 4 lbs. aqua ammonia . .y $0 69 

" 1. 6 lbs. por. ox hydg 2 10 

" 1. 2 lbs. act. potash 44 



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VOUCHER No. 470— Continued. 



1904. 
July 1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
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1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
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5. 
5. 
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21. 



Epsom salts. 
carb. acid. . . 



50 lbs. 
10 lbs. 

1 lb. cas. evac , 

1 lb. F. E. Rbue amo , 

1 lb. ann pepsin 

1 lb. launa , 

3 lbs. ground chine, bark 

1 lb. sulp. soda C. P , 

2 lbs. hydro acid C. P 

8 oz. chloranaJid 

25 oz. quinine 

10 gross 2xx corlis , 

6 gross powder boxes 

4 gross pill boxes 

1 gross filters 

1 doz. feeding cups 

1,000 tab® hyois hydbromartie 1-1000. 

5 gals, alcohol 

50 8-15 gals, lard oil 

25 lbs. blk. ox mang 

10 gals. Waterberry's C. L. O 

2-25 yds. iodo gauze 5 per cent 

5 lbs. chloi'oform 

5 lbs. carb. soda 

10 lbs. plaster pai-is 

1 lb. listerine 



Total 



$0 75 

2 10 

10 00 



1 00 

4 00 
33 
60 
10 
38 

5 76 

6 63 
57 

3 30 

2 20 
42 

1 40 
1 17 



13 20 

29 31 
88 

30 00 
6 25 
3 30 

60 
30 
70 



$128 48 



1904. 
July 2. 
" 7. 
" 9. 
" 14. 
" 16. 
" 22. 
" 23. 
" 30. 



VOUCHER No. 471. J. R. BUDD COMPANY. 
82 lbs. hens at 15c $12 30 



300 doz. eggs at 15^c. 

25 lbs. hens at 15c 

360 doz. eggs at 15%c. 

30 lbs. hens at 15c 

360 doz. eggs at 15yoC. . 

24 lbs. hens at 15c 

23 lbs. hens at 15c 



Total 



46 50 


3 75 


55 80 


4 50 


55 80 


3 60 


3 45 



VOUCHER No. 472. GEORGE T. EVANS. 
1904. 

July 1. 120 bbls. Beauty flour at $4.55, wood $546 00 

" 28. 20 bbls Beauty floui- at $4.55, wood 91 00 



$185 70 



Total 



$637 00 



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VOUCHER No. 473. J. C. PERRY & CO. 

1904. 

July 5. 1 doz. Crown polish-. $0 85 

5. 25 lbs. 4x powdjered sugai- at $5.60 1 40 

5. 8,548 lbs. granulated sugar at $5.00 427 40 

5. 5 bbls. Scliumacber oatmeal at $6.85 34 25 

5. 1,000 lbs. rice at 4c 40 00 

5. 335 lbs. N. Y. cbeese at 9c 30 15 

5. 120 lbs. A. & H. soda at 5c 6 00 

" 5. 93 gals, vinegar at 8c 7 44 

5. 10 bbls. salt at 80c 8 00 

5. 6 bbls dingee picliles at $7.50 45 00 

" 5. 1 case 2 doz. pineapple at $1.85 3 70 

5. 2,005 lbs. beans at 3c 60 15 

6. 685 lbs. N. Y. cheese at 9c 61 65 

6. 106 gals, syrup at 21c 22 26 

" 11. 2,000 lbs. evap. apples at 7c 140 00 

" 11. 6 bbls. salt at 80c 4 80 

" 11. 55 gals. N. O. molasses at 22c 12 10 

" 11. 15 lbs. tapioca at 5c 83 

" 27. 10 lbs. mixed spices at 17c 1 70 

" 29. 50 lbs. cut loaf sugar at $6.23 3 12 

Total $910 80 

VOUCHER No. 474. GEORGE HITZ & CO. 
1904. 

July 2. 3 cases strawberries $7 50 

" 6. 1 case dewberries 2 50 

" 7. 1 case raspberries 2 00 

" 7. 12 baskets cherries 15 00 

" 8. 5 baskets and 1 case cherries 7 75 

" 8. 1% case gooseberries 2 25 

" 9. 2 cases dewberries 5 00 

" 9. 1 case raspben-ies 2 50 

" 14. 4 cases cun-ants 5 00 

" 14. 4 cases cherries 8 00 

" 16. 1 case dewbemes 2 75 

" 16. 1 case raspberries 3 00 

" 20. 1 basket melons 2 00 

" 21. 2 cases dewberries 5 00 

" 21. 2 baskets cherries 3 50 

" 23. 4 cases raspbeiTies 9 00 

" 23. 1 case currants 1 00 

" 26. 2 cases berries 4 00 

" 26. 2 baskets melons 1 50 

" 28. 4 cases ben-ies 900 

" 30. 1 case peaches 1 75 

Total $100 00 

14— Central Insane. 



^10 

VOUCHER No. 475. INDIANAPOLIS ABATTOIR COMPANY. 
1904. 

July 6 tcs lard, 2,123 lbs., at $6.68 '. $14182 

" 7. 85 hams, 1,310 lbs., at $10.18 133 35 

" 14. 79 hams, 1,315 lbs., at $10.18 133 87 

" 14. 10 bacon, 50 lbs., at 16c 8 00 

" 21. 6 tcs lard, 2,154 lbs., at $6.68 143 89 

" 21. 81 hams, 1,340 lbs., at $10.18 136 41 

" 28. 75 hams, 1,315 lbs., at $10.18 133 86 

Total $831 20 



VOUCHER No. 476. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. 
1904. 

July 5. 36 quilts at $2.25 $8100 

" 8. 2 cases common palm fans at $5.00 10 00 

" 23. 3 doz. wash rags, 23x, at 60c 1 80 

" 23. 1 doz. towels, 787 3 50 

" 23. 21/3 doz. towels, 1612, at $3.50. . . 8 17 

" 23. 2 doz. towels, 275, at $3.50 7 00 

" 23. 3 doz. towels, 1114, at $1.90 5 70 

" 23. 3 doz. towels, 503 5-24, at $1.25 3 75 

" 23. 1% doz. towels, 897K, at $4.25 7 79 

" 23. 2% doz. towels, 50 3-20, at 85c 2 41 

Total $131 12 



VOUCHER No. 477. CHARLES D. PEARSON & CO. 
1904. 

July 1. 100 doz. Johnson star tea cups $33 00 

" 1. 20 doz. Johnson star tea saucei^s 6 60 

" 1. 12 doz. Johnson star 10 plates 9 00 

" 1. 5 doz. Johnson star 30 soup bowls 4 00 

" 1. doz. Johnson star 12x6 dishes 25 20 

1. 4 doz. .Johnson y^ gal. jugs, 12s 9 60 

•' 1. 2 doz. Johnson % gal. jugs, 6s 7 20 

" 12. 12 doz. pepper cruets. . . .- 9 00 

" 12. 12 doz. salt cruets 9 00 

" 12. 8 doz. vinegar cruets 6 00 

" 16. % gro. Mason rubbers 20 

" 26. doz. No. 2 %-pint jellies 1 02 

" 26. 3 doz. pint Mason jars 1 05 

" 27. 1 Cornell cuspidor 60 

" 27. % gro. ZXL rubbers 23 

" 29. % gro. ZXIj rul)bers 23 

. • 1'otal $121 93 



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VOUCHER No. 478. M. O'CONNOR & CO. 
1904. 

July 1. 171 lbs. Anchor tobacco at $26.70. . . ; $45 65 

12. 40 lbs. star candles at 8%c 3 50 

12. 12 dioz. mop sticks at 50c 6 00 

12. 3 doz. Mason's blacking at 45c 1 35 

12. 450 lbs. Piel Bros, starch at 3c 13 50 

12. 56 lbs. union standard tobacca at $26.70 14 95 

15. 550 lbs. Piel Bros, starch at 3c 16 50 

15. 722% lbs. Anchor plug tobacco at $26.70 192 91 

31. 1 doz. 2-oz. cyl. peppolettes 2 40 

Total .....; $296 76 



VOUCHER No. 479. WM. B. BURFORD. 
1904. 

May 24. 2,500 applications for position, wh. cap ptd . . $26 20 

June 2. 1/2 gro. penholdei's, 600 2 10 

2. % gTo. penholders, 602 2 10 

" 14. 4 boxes 14 bands, 63 2 60 

" 14. 4 boxes Vs bands, 32 2 00 

" 14. 4 boxes No. 16 bands 72 

" 14. 1 miniature record index thro 2 50 

" 14. 2 reams 60 lbs. 24x36 manilla 4 80 

" 14. 12 doz. soft letter tabs 11 52 

" 16. 10 reams ward paper 16 00 

" 23. 100 cairds fire rules with eyelets. 9 00 

" 23. 5,000 prescription blanks and tabbing same . . 7 50 

" 24. 10,000 leave of absence and tabbing same. ... 7 00 

" 27. 1 doz. mammoth erasers 96 

" 30. 72 metal bound file boxes 5x3x 28 80 

" 30. 1,000 admission cards, % cap ptd 8 62 

July 5. 6 doz. golden rod pencils 6 00 

7. 2,000 ptd letter heads, peail bond 6 75 

7. 2,000 ptd menu heads, pearl bond 4 30 

7. 12 doz. tabs, 100 each, 5x5iA i>erf 6 75 

8. 5,000 daily reports, wh. cap R. & P 61 70 

" 11. 1,000 clothing requisition, men, % folio ptd.. 7 80 

Total $225 72 



VOUCHER No. 480. JOHN .OSTERMAN. 

1904. 
July 31. 5,115 gals, milk at lie $562 65 

Total $562 65 



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12 


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60 


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60 


12 


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15 


75 


15 


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15 


00 


25 


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212 

VOUCHER No. 481. GEORGE F. BDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
July 1. The Indianapolis World, for subscription 4 

copies July, 1904-1905 $8 00 

" 1. George F. McGinni®, for box rent July, Octo- 
bei-, 1904 

2. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 

2. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 

2. Noah L. Hardin, foi- 7 days boiler house 

2. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house .... 

2. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler house 

2. Simon Baur, for 7 days boiler house 

2. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 

4. Henry Reiser, for music ■ 

4. Irving Hardy, for entertainment 

4. George Donahue, for entei'tainment 

4. Geoa-ge F. McGinnis, for postage stamps.... 

8. Standard PubUshing Co., for Sunday school 
supplies, July-October, 1904 

8 Charles J. Gardner, for meats, etc 

8. Columbia Grocery Co., for produce, etc 

8. Journal of Nen^ous and Mental Diseases, sub- 
scription 1904 5 00 

8. Terre Haute Stove and Furnace Co., for 1 

tumbler carrier 60 

8. American Medical Association, foa' subscrip- 
tion to Journal, 1904 

9. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 

9. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 

9. Noah L. Hardin, for 6 10-12 days boiler house 

9. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house. . . . 

9. Tim Welsh, for 6 diays boiler house 

9. Simon Bam*, for 7 days boiler house 

9. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler house 

11. Benjamin W. Lee, for return of Link Rounds, 

eloped 

13. Christian Busch, for repair resti^aint 

14. Henry Beiser, for music 

16. C. C. Pei-kins, for 7 days boiler house 

10. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 

16. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house 

16. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house. . . . 

16. Simon Baur, for 7 days boiler house 

16. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 

16. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler house 

16. John Rekerts, for week bake shop 

21. National Lauudl-y Journal, for subscription 

1904-1905 

23. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 



5 00 


15 


12 


15 12 


12 


30 


12 


60 


10 


80 


12 


60 


12 


60 


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75 


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16 


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15 


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12 


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12 


60 


12 


60 


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60 


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15 


12 



213 

VOUCHER No. 481— Continued. 
1904. 

July 23. James Noe, for 7 days boiler bouse $15 12 

23. Noab L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler liouse 12 60 

23. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler bouse .... 12 60 

23. Simon Baur, for 6 days boiler bouse 10 80 

23. Tim Welsb, for 3 days boiler bouse 5 40 

23. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler bouse 12 60 

23. Alienist & Neiu'ologist, for subscription 1904 . 5 00 

23. Jobn Rekert, for 1 week bake shop 9 00 

30. Jobn Rekert, 1 week bake shop 9 00 

30. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

30. James Noe, for 7 days boiler bouse 15 12 

30. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler bouse 12 60 

30. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

30. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days boilei- house 12 60 

30. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house .... 12 60 

30. Simon Baur, for 6 days boiler house 10 80 



Total $651 o8 

VOUCHER No. 482. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
July 31. Main pay roll for month July, 1904 .$7,516 34 



Total $7,516 34 

VOUCHER No. 483. LION COMPRESSED YEAST COMPANY. • 

1904. 
July 31. 70 lbs. yeast at 25c. $17 50 



Total $17 50 

VOUCHER No. 484. JAMBS L. KEACH. 
1904. 

July 1. 10 boxes lemons $29 00 

1. 3 boxes oranges 8 25 

2. 3,470 lbs. potatoes, old, at 88c 50 90 

5. 4,700 lbs. potatoes, new, at 98c 76 77 

6. 4,530 lbs. potatoes, new, at 98c 73 99 

8. 4,860 lbs. potatoes, new, at 98c 79 38 

11. 4,700 lbs. potattoes, new, at 98c 76 77 

13. 4,850 lbs. potatoes, new, at 98c 79 22 

13. Car watermelons 165 00 

14. 4,730 lbs. potatoes, new, at 98c 77 25 ' 

14. 4,830 lbs. potatoes, new, at 98c 78 89 

15. 1 crate berries 2 50 

15. 1 box lemons 2 90 

19. 2 crates gooseben-ies 4 00 



214 

VOUCHER No. 484— Continued. 
1904. 

July 19. 1 crate raspberries $2 25 

" 20. 1 crate raspberries 2 25 

" 21. 8,250 lbs. potatoes, new, at 98c 134 75 , 

■ " 22. 12 melons 3 00 

" 22. 1 box lemons 2 90 

" 27. 9 bu. plums 15 75 

Total $965 72 

VOUCHER No. 485. INDIANAPOLIS CHEMICAL COMPANY. 

1904. 
July 29. 200 lbs. clisinfector "Acme" at 7c $14 00 

Total , $14 00 

/ 

VOUCHER No. 486. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANi. 

1904. 

July 31. Telegram to Mitchell, July 1 $0 25 

" 31. Telegram to Tei-re Haute, July 12 39 

" 31. Telegram from Oakland City, July 15 25 

" 31. Telegram to Spencer, July 31 27 

" 31. Telegi-am to SuUivau, July 31 27 

Total $1 ±3 



VOUCHER No. 487. WILLIAM ROBINSON. 
1904. 
July 30. Work hauling and cutting grass: 

One team 7 days at $3.50 !f;24 50 

One man 4 days at $1.50. 6 00 

One man 4^3 days at $2.00 9 00 

Total $39 50 

VOUCHER No. 488. ALBERT M. ADAMS. 
1904. 
May 4. R. R. fare via Guiou and return via Frank- 
fort, etc $4 37 

" 27. R. R. fare via Guion aiid return via B-dale, 

etc ' 4 05 

June 8. R. R. fare via Guion and return via Guion. . 3 70 

" 24. R. R. fai'e via Guion and return via B-dale, 

etc. 4 05 



215 

"~I7: 1 

VOUCHER No. 488— Continued. 
1904. 
July 6. E. R. fare via Guion and return via Franli- 

fort, etc $4 27 

" 29. R. R. fare via Guion and return via B-dale, 

and livery 4 65 

" 29. Street car fares 35 

" 29. Lunch.es 1 20 

'• 29. Salary as trustee 3 months ending July 31, 

1904 75 00 

Total ?101 f)4 

VOUCHER No. 489. ELI MARVIN. 
1904. 
July 30. Railroad round trip fares, attending ti'ustees' 

meeting May 4, 27, June 8th and July 6, 29. $7 50 

" 30. Street car fares 50 

" 30. Lunches 1 50 

" 30. Salary as ti-ustee for May, June and July, 

1904 75 00 

Total $84 50 

VOUCHER No. 490. THE COLUMBUS BUTTER CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 1. 1 box butterine, 40 lbs., at 12c *: $4 80 

5. 30 boxes buttenne, 1,200 lbs. at 12c 144 00 

" 12. 20 box^ butterine, 800 lbs., at 12c 96 00 

" 15. 65 boxes butterine, 2,600 lbs., at 12c 312 00 

" 29. 35 boxes bwtterine, 1,400 lbs., at 12c 168 00 

Total $724 80 

VOUCHER No. 491. HUNTINGTON & PAGE. 
1904. 

Aug. 4. 5 lbs. raffia $0 75 

4. 250 cane stakes 2 00 

" 4. 1 bu. lime 35 

" 4. 1 bag 06 

Total $3 16 

VOUCHER No. 492. F. G. KAMPS F. & 0. CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 4. 1,108 lbs. white fish, at loy^c $116 34 

" 11. 1,140 lbs. white fish, at lOVsC 119 70 

"• 18. 1,061 lbs, white fish, at lOi^c 11141 



216 

VOUCHER No. 492— Coutiimed. 
1904. 
Aug. 25. 1,123 lbs. white flsli, at lOYaC $117 92 



$465 37 
Less rebate of 6 00 

Total $^59 37 



VOUCHER No. 493. CENTURY BISCUIT COMPANY. 
1904. 

Aug. 4 . 15 bbls. crackers, 761 lbs., at 5c $38 05 

" 11. 15 bbls. crackers, 700 lbs., at 5c 35 00 

" 18. 15 bbls. crackers, 757 lbs., at 5c 37 85 

" 25. 16 bbls. crackers, 738 lbs., at 5c 36 90 

Total $147 80 



VOUCHER No. 494. WAVERLY OIL CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 1 bbl. cylinder oil, 571/2 gal., at 35c $20 12 

1 bbl. cylinder oil, 59 gal., at 35c 20 65 

1 bbl. engine oil, 58yj gal., at 18c 10 53 

" . 1 bbl. engine oil, 59 gal., at 18c 10 62 

Total .* $61 92 



VOUCHER No. 495. WILLIAMS & HUNT. 
1904. 

Aug. 4. 3,085 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 $80 21 

" 10. 2,789 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 72 51 

" 17. 3,371 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 87 64 

" 23. 3,989 lbs. chip soap, at $2.60 103 71 



Total $344 07 



VOUCHER No. 496. ACME MILLING CO. 



1904. 



Aug. 2. 25 bbls. flom-, at $4.33 $108 25 

3. 45 bbls. flour, at $4.33 '. 194 85 

" 3. 45 bbls. flour, at $4.33 194 85 

4. 18 bbls. flour, at $4.33 77 94 

4. 17 bbls. flour, at $4.33 73 61 

Total $649 50 



217 

VOUCHER No. 497. CHAS. J. GARDNER. 
1904. ' 

Aug. 2. Veal, 1,290 lbs., at $6.95. .$89 65 

9. Veal, 1,233 lbs., at $6.95 85 70 

" 16. Veal, 1,386 lbs., at $6.95 94 23 

" 23. Veal, 1,293 lbs., at $6.95 89 86 

" 30. Veal, 1,291 lbs., at $6.95 89 72 

Total $449 16 

VOUCHER No. 498. H. T. CONDE IMPLEMENT CO. 
1904. 
Aug. 25. 1 3% Studebaker wagon with bed and no 

seat, 3x% tire $65 00 



Total , $65 00 

VOUCHER No. 499. IND. INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR BLIND MEN. 

1904. 

Aug. 4. 25 doz. No. 1 brooms, at $2.00 $50 OO 

" 4. 1 doz. whisk brooms, at 80c 80 

" 18. 25 doz. No. 1 brooms, at $2.00 50 00 

" 18. 4 doz. whisk brooms, at 80c 3 20 

Total $104 00 

VOUCHER No. 500. THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 23. 18,200 cubic ft. gas to date, at 90c $16 38 

" 23. One outside lamp 1 50 

Total $17 88 

VOUCHER No. 501. C. H. McDOWELL. 
1904. 

Aug. 7. Services as chaplain $5 00 

" 14. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 21. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 28. Services as chaplain 5 00 

Total $20 00 

VOUCHER No. 502. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 30. 399% yds. pepl 42-in. bleach, at 9y2C $37 98 

" 30. 4 bales Pride 16-oz. bats, 200 lbs., at 5c 10 00 

" 30.. 35 8 tape, at 30c 10 50 

" 30. 5 Ind. tape, at 18c 90 



218 

VOUCHER jNo. 502— Continued. 
1904. 

Aug. 30. 20 doz. O. N. thread, at 50c $10 00 

" 31. 500yo yds. turkey red, at 71/20 37 54 

$106 92 

Less 2 per cent, discount 2 14 

Total ' $104 78 

VOUCHER No. 503. LION COMPRESSED YEAST CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 31. 71 lbs. yeast, at 25c $17 75 

Total $17 75 

VOUCHER No. 504. A. KIEFER DRUG CO. 
1904. 

July 29. 1 gross vaccine shields $6 00 

" 30. Error in above charge of 1 00 

Aug. 2. 25 lbs. sulph. mag 50 

2. 2 lbs. acetic acid 20 

" 2. 5 lbs. hyposulphite soda IS 

" 2. 5 lbs. bromide potash 1 75 

" 2. 5 lbs. bromide sodium 2 00 

" 2. 1 lb. subgallate bismuth 2 35 

2. 2 lbs. citi potash 80 

" 2. 2 lbs. pyrophos iron 96 

" 2. 1 lb. oil wintergreen 65 

" 2. 1 lb. oil rosemary 40 

" 2. 2 lbs. salicylic soda 76 

" 2. 10 lbs. carb. acid gilt 1 90 

" 2. 2 oz. bismutose, at 50c 1 00 

2. 25 lbs. paraffine, bulli 1 88 

" 2. 1 lb. chloralaneid 9 60 

" 2. % lb. carb. guaiacol 10 80 

" 2. 5 lbs. elixir allialine 2 25 

" 2. 1 lb. sulphide soda 40 

" 2. 5 lbs. ground orange peel bitter 60 

" - 2. 25 lbs. chloride ammo 1 75 

" 2. 10 lbs. caustic soda 40 

" 2. 2 lbs. F. E. cardamon 3 50 

" 2. 2 lbs. glycerole, Heroin Co. L 1 80 

" 2. 2 lbs. iod. potash 4 50 

" 2. % lb. niti-ate silver 3 30 

" 2. 25 oz. sulph. quiuine 6 25 

" 2. 1 oz. aloin 08 

" 2. 6 oz. pheno bromate 5 40 

" 2. 0, oz. antilvamnia 5 40 

" 2, S oz. phenacetin 6 80 



219 

VOUCHER No. 504— Coutinued. 
1904. 

Aug. 2. 1 oz. siilpli. strych , $0 80 

" 2. 250 gr. squibbs poAvd. opium 3 65 

2. 10 gal. alcobol 25 00 

2. 10 gal. wood alcohol 6 50 

2. 5 lbs. 45 lbs formaldehyde 6 00 

" 2. 10 lbs. aqua ammonia; 2 25 

2. 5 lbs. Waterbury metal, C. L. oil, plain 16 00 

2. 1 doz. B. & B. 3x10 adhesive plaster S 60 

2. 2 doz. 32-oz. Rx bottles 1 38 

" 2. % doz. 32-oz. graduates 2 00 

" 2. 2 doz. bemo quinine 15 00 

" 2. 2 doz. empty capsules, No. 2 1 30 

" 2. 1 doz. empty capsules. No. 3 65 

" 2. 5 gross No. 3 superfine corks xx 60 

2. 4 gross 29 pill boxes 1 40 

" 2. 1 only %-gal. pore evap. dish 85 

2. 1 only 1-gal. pore evap. dish 1 30 

2. 10 yds. B. & B. bell plaster ■ 5 40 

«' 2. 1 m antisept. tab. Biehl L 9i) 

2. 2 m pills aloin S. & K. No. 1 L. G. C "-i 6il 

" 2. 1 m. pills aloin S. & B. Co. L. G. C 1 80 

1,000 tabs proten 5 gr. Mulford 4 50 

1 bbl. 39-98 gals, crummins 79 96 

6. 10 lbs. bichromati potas, at 14c 1 40 

17. % gross 16x jug corlis 50 

22. 18 lbs., 1 gal., acid sphine 2 96 

22. 14 lbs., 1 gal., acid nitric 2 82 

12 lbs., 1 gal., acid murate 2 12 

10 lbs., 1 gal., acid acetic glacial 3 20 

i/o oz. Bunson's burners 1 80 



6. 



22. 
22. 

22 



22. 1 oz. silver niti"ate. 



30. 1 doz. faultless ice bags. 
30. Ve doz. No. 3 ice bags 



50 



22. 1,000 potas. alum sulphate 20 

22. 1 lb. potas iodide cryst 2 70 

22. 1 lb. sodium sulphate cryst 14 

22. 1 lb. soda hydrate bot 9 3 34 

22. 1 lb. potas. hydrate bot 9 2 59 

22. 1 lb. Canada balsam 68 

29. 1-12 doz. antiphlogist, 5 lbs 1 67 



1 25 

59 



1901. 
Aug. 11. 

" 18. 



Total $30200 



VOUCHER No. 505. JOSEPH GARDNER. 

Zinc $075 

Tinner's firepot • • • : • '^ ^^ 



220 

VOUCHEiR No. 505— Continued. 

1904. 

Aug. 18. Soldering coppers and liandles $1 00 

" 22. 12 doz. granite steel buckets 134 60 

• " 22. 4 5-gal. milk cans 7 60 

" 31. 26 brass corners 2 86 

Total $154 OC 

VOUCHER No. 506. WULSCHNER-STEWART MUSIC CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 22. 2 S. H. Reg. music boxes, at $48.00 $96 00 

" 22. 50 tune sheets, at 40c ■. 20 00 

Total • $116 00 

VOUCHER No. 507. A. B. MEYER & CO. 

1904. 
Aug. 31. 498.1300 tons Linton No. 4 mine run at $1.95. $972 37 
" 31. 438 tons Linton No. 4 nut and slack, at $1.50. 657 00 

Total $1,629 37 

VOUCHER No. 508. LOUIS E. HAAG. 
1904. 

Apr. 4. 12 cases vaccine virus, at 10c $6 96 

June 6. 12 ca'ses vaccine virus at 10c 6 96 

July 29. 12 cases vaccine vii'us at 10c 6 96 

Total $20 88 

VOUCHER No. 509. DANIEL STEWART CO. 
1904. 
Aug. 13. 5 doz. No. 3 J. L. dusters $35 00 

Total $35 00 

VOUCHER No. 510. JOHN W. COONS. 
1904. 
Aug. 28. Six (6) polished copper 5-gal. chemical Are 

extiiaguishers, at $15.00 $90 00 

Total $90 00 

VOUCHER No. 511. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. 
1904. 
Aug. 11. 3 Simpson novelty prints, 137% ydis., at 5i/4c. . $7 58 
" 11. 25 doz. towels, No. 3244, at $1.25 31 25 

Total $38 83 



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Aus 



1. 

1. 

31. 



VOUCHER No. 512. M. O'CONNOR & CO. 



200 doz. canned peaches, at $2.10 $420 00 

200 doz. canned corn, at $1.25 250 00 

10 boxes Union tobacco, 140 lbs., at 26i/4c 37 10 

Total 



$707 10 



VOUCHER No. 513. FRANCKE HARDWARE CO. 

1904. 

Aug. 1. 2 groiss piiits stamped tin cups, at $6.00 $12 00 

1. 10 lbs. 14-oz. tacks 40 

" 1. 5 lbs. 4-oz. tacks 31 

1. 3 doz. sheep skins, at $7.00 2100 

" 1. 4 botts green frame cord, at 35c 1 40 

1. 100 hanks a binding cam, at 27i/^c 27 50 

1. 100 1x14 sq. hd. machine bolts 39 

4. 20 yds. black pantasote at $1.15 23 00 

6. i/a doz. wire scoops, at $13.00 6 50 

8. i/e doz. % 33 faucets at $8.50 1 42 

" 8. 3 pair shears 1 75 

" 11. 1 gToss chain fasts 1 00 

" 11. 1 gross 14 key rings ^75 

" ^ 11. 1 gross 18 key rings 2 50 

" 17. 2 doz. 2 nic safety chains 1 70 

" 17. 3% doz. IVa figures, at 55c 2 02 

" 17. 1 riddle 40 

" 27. 1 Hoy steak hammer 25 

" 30. 2 can openers 10 

" 31. 2 doz. 2 hie safety chains 1 70 

Total ' 



$107 09 



VOUCHER No. 514. VONNEGUT HARDWARE CO. 



1904. * 

Aug. 23. 1 doz. dripping pans... 

" 23. 6 coal hods, at 33%e. . . 

" 23. 6 fire shovels 

" 23. 6 1-gal. milk buckets . . 

" 23. 6 i^-gal. milk buckets. 

" 23. 1 meat board 

" 23. % doz. cake cutters . . . . 

" 23. 11 No. 720 trays 

" 23. 2 hand bells 

Total 



P2 00 

2 00 
75 

1 26 
75 

1 65 
25 

3 67 
1 00 



$13 33 



2 


50 


2 


50 


2 


50 


2 


16 


2 


50 



222 

VOUCHER No. 515. JAMBS L. REACH. 
1904. 

Aug 1. 1 car melons $1'''5 00 

1. 1 box lemons 

10. 1 box lemons 

19. 1 box lemons - • • ■ 

30. 12 fancy melons 

30. 1 box lemons 

Total $187 IG 

VOUCHER No. 510. GEORGE HITZ & CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 1. 5,950 lbs. potatoes, at 59c $58 51 

" 2. 3 crates blackberries 

" 2. 1 crate peaches 

" 3. 5,000 lbs. potatoes, at 59c 

" 4. 1 crate peacbes 

" 6. 3 crates blackberries 

" 6. 1 crate peaches 

" 8. 1 basket melons 

" 9. 1 crate peaches 

" 11. 1 crate peaches 

" 11. 29,600 lbs. potatoes, at 59c ' 291 07 

" 13. 4 cases peaches, at $1.50 

" 16. 1 case peaches 

" 18. 1 case peaches 

" 20. 8 , cases peaches 

'• 24. 80 bu. peaches 120 00 

" 26. 9,560 lbs. potatoes, at 59c 94 01 

" 27. 4 cases peaches, at $1.25 5 00 

•' 31 . M; case peaches 75 

" 31. Mj case plums 75 



•6 


75 


1 


50 


49 


17 


1 


50 


3 


75 


1 


50 




50 


1 


50 


1 


50 


91 


07 


6 00 


1 


50 


1 


50 


6 


00 



Total $652 76 

VOUCHER No. .517. HOLLWEG & REESE. 
1904. t- 

Aug. 1. 1 doz. h^lop jars .$9 00 

1. 4 Oo-A. 1-gal. pitciiers 14 40 

1. 1(10 doz. tea cups .33 00 

" 1. 35 doz. tea saucers 11 55 

1. 20 doz. 10-in. plates 15 00 

" 1. 4 doz. pint creajii pitchers 4 00 

" 1. 6 doz. syrup pitchers 10 .50 

" 12. 12 doz. 1847 table spoons 46 08 

" 17. Yj doz. Mason rubbers, at 40c 20 

" 23. 3 1-gal. jugs, at 8c 24 

" , 23. 3 10-gnl. jars, at 7yaC 2 25 



223 

VOUCHER No. 517— Continuecl. 
1904. 

Aug. 24. 1 doz. 6-in. plates $0 65 

" 27. % gross 2-qt. Mason jars 1 83 

27. % gross Mason rubbers 20 

29. 10 lbs. red wax 20 

29. 72 1-gal. jugs, brazed. .^. 5 40 

29. 72 corks to fit 35 



Total . $154 85 

VOUCHER No. 518. WM. B. BURFORD. 
1904. 

July 27. 1 waste basket, 15x16 $0 60 

Aug. 9. 200 notices to attendants 9 50 

" 24. 100 slieets blotters 4 90 

" 24. 25 sheets to cut 1-12 123 

" 24. 2,000 No. 10, 50 lbs., manilla envelopes 2 74 

" 27. 4,000 short, 200 long form reports 805 78 

" 31. 10 rms. ward paper 16 00 

" 31. 2,000 10-522 envelopes lith 8 35 



Total $849 10 

VOUCHER No. 519. RARKE, DAVIS & CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 19. 1 lb. menthol %s $6 70 

" 19. 1 lb. loz. br. mixt. W amm ohlor 40 

" 19. 1 lb. C. T. soda mint No. 99 38 



Total $T 48 

' VOUCHER No. 520. .TOHN OSTERMAN. 
1904. 
Aug. 31. 21,350 lbs. timothy hay. at .$9.00, less premium 

of .$1.25 $!W 82 

" 31. 5,115 gal. milk, at lie 502 65 



Total $657 47 

VOUCHER No. 521. INDIANAPOLIS WATER CO. 
1904. 
Aug. 31. Water furnished boiler room during the three 
months ending Aug. 20, 1904: 
2,991,000 ft. Aug. 20, 1904. 
2,950,000 ft. May 20, 1904. 



41,000 ft., at 53 3-7c per 1,000 $21 90 



224 

VOUCHER No. 521— Continued. 
1904. 
Aug. 31. Water furnished women's department during 
the three months ending Aug. 20, 1904: 
7,721,000 ft. Aug. 20, 1904. 
7,689,000 ft. May 20, 1904. 



32,000 ft. at 58y2C per 1,000 ft $18 72 

" 31. Water furnished for fire protection during 

the six months ending Sept. 1, 1904 146 26 

Total $186 88 

VOUCHER No. 522. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 22. Notice, 60 words, 3 times $1 80 

Total $1 80 

VOUCHER No. 523. THE INDIANAPOLIS MORNING STAR. 

1904. 

Aug. 22. 1 square notice, 1 time $1 00 

' " 23. 1 square notice, 2 times 1 00 

t 

Total $2 00 

VOUCHER No. 524. THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. 
1904. 

Aug. 22. Notice, 59 words, 3 times $1 77 

Total $1 77 

VOUCHER No. 525. SANDER & RECKER FURNITURE CO. 

1904. 

Aug. 8. 1 doz. rocliers $30 00 

" 9. 1 washstand 4 50 

" 18. 4 washstands 18 00 

" 22. 4 commodes, at $4.25 17 00 

•' 25. 2 doz. rockers, at $36.00 . 72 00 

" 29. 4 tables, 4 ft. 6 in., at $1.50 6 00 

" 29. 4 tables, 4 ft. 6 in., at $1.50 6 00 

.luly 28. 1 dresser 10 00 

" 28. 5 washstands , 22 50 

" 28. 1 roclier 3 00 

Total $195 00 



225 

. VOUCHER No. 526. J. R. BUDD CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 6. 23 lbs. beus, at 15c $3 45 

" 13. 27 lbs. bens, at 15c 4 05 



Total $7 50 

VOUCHER No. 527. INDIANAPOLIS ABATTOIR CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 1. 7 beef, 3,940 lbs., at $6.63 $26122 

3. 7 beef, 4,010 lbs., at $6.63 265 83 

4. 80 hams, 1,320 lbs., at $11.58 152 86 

4, 6 tierces lard, 2,275 lbs., at $6.88 156 52 

9. 7 beef, 3,886 lbs., at $6.63 257 64 

" 11. 85 bams, 1,320 lbs., at $11.58 ; 152 86 

" 11. 8 B. bacon, 53 lbs., at 17c 9 01 

" 12. 7 beef, 3,916 lbs., at $6.63 259 63 

" 16. 7 beef, 4,389 lbs., at $6.63 290 99 

" 18. 85 hams, 1,360 lbs., at $11.58 157 49 

" 22. 7 beef, 4,353 lbs., at $6.63 288 60 

" 22. 6 tierces lard, 2,161 lbs., at $6.88 148 68 

" 24. 71/3 beef, 4,514 lbs., at $6.63 299 28 

" 25. 80 hams, 1,325 lbs., at $11.58 153 44 

" 29. 7 beef, 4,085 lbs., at $6.63 270 84 



Total . $3,124 89 

VOUCHER No. 528. JOHN B. BRIGHT & SON. 

1904. 
Aug. 4. 20 bags Golden Santos green coffee, 2,664 lbs., 
less 1 per cent, tare, 27 lbs., 2,637 lbs., at 

10%c $283 48 

4. 20 roasts, at 25c 5 00 

" 18. 20 bags Golden Santos green coffee, 2,686 lbs., 
less 1 per cent, tare, 27 lbs., 2,659 lbs., at 
10%c 285 81 

" 18. 20 roasts at 25c 5 00 



Total $579 29 

VOUCHER No. 529. VAWTER HAY & GRAIN CO. 
1904. 
Aug. 0. 1,500 lbs. meal, at $1.47 $22 05 



Total $22 05 

VOUCHER No. 530. WEBSTER E. DIETZ. 
1904. 
Aug. 31. 50 bbls. wood Pillsbury flour, at $5.15 $257 50 



Total $257 50 

15— Central Insane. 



226 

V^OUCHER No. 531. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER. Superintendent. 

190i. 

Aug. 4. Cash paid to George F. McGinnis for stamps. $25 00 

6. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

6. James Noe for 7 daj's boiler house 15 12 

6. Simon Baur for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

0. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

6. Scott reunington for 6 days boiler house. ... 10 80 

6. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

6. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

0. John Reckert for 1 week bake shop D 00 

10. Charles Shake ti-imming trees 20 75 

11. Columbia Grocery Co. for groceries 1 08 

11. Medico Legal Journal for subscription vol. 2^^ 3 00 

13. John Rickert for 1 week bake shop 9 00 

13. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

13. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

13. Scott Pennington for 6 10-12 days boiler house 12 30 

13. Simon Baur for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

13. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

13. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

13. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

18. Wilbur G. Austin for freight and charges 17 84 

19. Manford E. St. John, sheriff, for return of 
Wm. Millspaugh, eloped 7 48 

20. John Rickert for week in bake shop 9 00 

20. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

20. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

20. Noah L. Hardin for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

20. Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

20. Tim "\^'elsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

20. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

20. Simon Baur for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

20. Self for round trip, Cincinnati, Ohio 7 90 

22. John A. Mustard, sheriff, return Nell Frank- 
lin, eloped 11 26 

22. J. J. Belmont for 1 doz. 18-in. brushes 15 00 

23. A. M. Ragsdale Co. for transfering patients. . 16 00 
25. Dan Fasig, sheriff, retra-n Wm. Franklin, 

eloped 16 70 

27. C. C. Perkins for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

27. James Noe for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

27. Noah L. Hardin for 6 days boiler house 10 80 

27. Scott Pennington for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

27. Simon Baur for 7 days boiler house. . . ; 12 60 

27. Tim Welsh for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

27. Dan Coy for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

27. Jesse E. Grimes for 1 week help at butcher 

shop 10 00 

Total $546 27 



227 

VOUCHER No. 532. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Supeiiiitendeut. 

1904. 
Aug. 31. Main pay-roll August, 1904 $7,579 99 

Total $7,579 99 



VOUCHER No. 533. ATLAS PAPER MILLS CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 1. 1 case toilet paper $4 50 

" 29. 1 ease toilet paper 4 50 

Total $9 00 



VOUCHER No. 534. A. BURDSAL COMPANY. 
1904. 

Aug. 12. 5 gal. gasoline, at 15e .$0 75 

" 18. 5 gal. gasoline, at 15c. 75 

" 24. 5 gal. gasoline, at 15c 75 

, ' Total $2 25 



VOUCHER No. 5.35. CHARLES D. PEARSON & CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 5. 1-12 doz. yellow bowl, at $4.50 $0 38 

" 8. 6 royal chamber sets, 1 large toby jug 21 00 

" 16. 4 royal 12-piece chamber sets, at $3.50 14 00 

" 19. 1 Cornell cuspidor 58 

Total $35 90 



VOUCHER No. 530. KIPP BROS. CO. 
1904. 

July 30. 1 gross outing cards $20 00 

" 30. 1-12 gross Apollo cards, at $25.00 2 08 

" 30. 1 doz. E violin strings 1 50 

Total .$23 58 



VOUCHER No. 537. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 

1904. 
Aug. Telegraphing as per statement rendered... $2 09 

Total $2 09 



228 



1904. 
Aug. 1. 

" 2. 
" 2. 
" 10. 

" 23. 

" 30. 

" 30. 

" 30. 

" 30. 

" 30. 

" 30. 



VOUCHER No. 538. WM. H. ARMSTRONG & CO. 

1 standard set screw single celluloid truss, 32- 

in., $5.00 less 25 per cent, discount $3 75 

1 aspirating syringe 2 50 

1 silver needle 75 

1 standard set screw single celluloid truss, at 

$5.00, less 25 per cent, discount 3 75 

1 standard set screw single celluloid truss, 

42-in., at $5.00, less 25 per cent, discount. . 3 75 

1 Stearns urethral dilator 7 50 

% doz. mercer catheters 3 75 

1 S. P. male catheter 75 

1 N. P. male catheter 50 

1 doz. double end filiforms 3 00 

1 glass urethral syringe 25 

Total 



$30 25 



1904. 
Aug. 



VOUCHER No. 539. J. C. PERRY & CO. 

1. 10,204 lbs. granulated sugar, at $5.07 $517 35 

1. 2,223 lbs. beans, at 3c G6 69 

1. 10 bbls, oatmeal, at $5.(35 56 50 

1. 1,500 lbs. rice, at 3%c 56 25 

1. 200 lbs. corn starch, at 4c 8 00 

1. 128 lbs. pepper, at 12c 15 36 

1. 75 gal. vinegar, at 8c 7 60 

1. 105% gal. syrup, at ISyoC 19 52 

1. 10 bbls. salt, at 80c 8 00 

1. 1 bbl. 100-3 salt 1 50 

1. 2,000 lbs. evap. apples, at 71/3C 150 00 

1. 1,000 lbs. lump starch, at $2.35 23 50 

1. 10 boxes Ivory soap, per box, $4.00 40 00 

1. 1.50 lbs. Greenback smoking tobacco, at 36c. . 54 00 

1. 24 doz. R. R. brushes, at 60c. 14 40 

1. 24 doz. silicon, at 70c 16 80 

1. 12 doz. mop sticks, at GOc 7 20 

1. 2 boxes bath bricks, at 75c 1 50 

1. 3 doz. Mason blacking, at 40c 1 20 

1. 2 lbs. Durham cocoanut, at 27c 54 

1. 3 lbs. Prem. chocolate, at 32c 96 

3. 40 lbs. comp. cinmxmon, at 15c 6 00 

3. 30 lbs. comp. cloves, at 15c 4 50 

3. 30 lbs. comp. allspice, at 12c 3 60 

3. 20 lbs. comp. ginger, at 18c 3 60 

3. 6 lbs. comp. celery seed, at 18c 1 08 

3. 4 lbs. comp. cayenne pepper, at 22c 88 

3. 10 lbs. cloves, at 20c 2 00 



■ 229 

VOUCHER No. 530-Contiuuea. 
1904. 

Aug. 8. 10 lbs. allspice, at 12e Jpl 20 

" 3. 12 lbs. cinnamon bark, at 15c 1 80 

3. 10 lbs. zubian wax, at 4c 40 

3. 10 lbs. nutmegs, at 45c 4 50 

3. 6 bbls. clingee pickles, at $7.50 45 00 

3. 52 gal. perfection oil, at 12yoC G 50 

" 5. 25 lbs. powd. sugar, at $5.78 1 45 

, " 10. 2 doz. stave baskets, at $1.25 2 50 

" 10. 313 lbs. cheese, at 9c 28 17 

" 10. 10 boxes monkey soap, at $3.G0 30 00 

" 12. 2 lbs. white mustard, at 15c 30 

" 13. 1,666 lbs. N. Y. cheese, at 9c 149 94 

" 23. 5 bbls. salt, at 80c 4 00 

" 23. 95 gal. A'inegar, at 8c 7 00 

" 23. 500 lbs. rice, at 3%c 18 75 

" 23. 483 lbs. beans, at 3c 14 49 



Total $1,411 13 

VOUCHER No. 540. ARTHUR JORDAN CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 1. 300 doz. eggs, at 17c $61 20 

" 10. 360 doz. eggs, at 17c 61 20 

" 17. 360 doz. eggs, at 17c 6120 

" 25. 450 doz. eggs, at 17c 76 50 

Total $260 10 

VOUCHER No. 541. THE .JOHN VAN RANGE CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 23. 50 yds. strainer cloth, at 40c $20 00 

Total $20 00 

VOUCHER No. 542. KIRKHOFF BROS. & CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 31. 4 doz. Farley S. C. cushions $4 40 

" 31. 4 doz. Farley %-y3 balls 2 40 

" 31. Bxpressage 35 

" 31. 4 days steam fitter, at $6.40 25 60 

" 31. 4 days steam fitter helper, at $3.20 12 80 

" 31. 80 hours plumber's time, at 90c 72 00 

" 31. 2 1 ells 14 

" 31. 10 rings for model boilers, at 25c 2 50 

" 31. 2 balls asbestos packing 60 

" 31. 1 ball candle wick 10 

" 31. 4 % bolts 12-in . . .* 40 



230 

VOUCHER No. 542— Continued. 
1904. 

Aug. 31. 3 cans boiler cement $3 00 

" 31. 26 lbs. monast paul air valves 39 00 

" 31. 158 ft. 11/3 pipe 15 01 

•' 31. 205 ft. 11^ pipe 16 40 

•' 31. 156 ft. 2 pipe 19 50 

" 31. 20 ft. 1 pipe 1 20 

" 31. 30 ft. v'4 pipe 1 20 

" 31. 4 2-in. ells galr 180 ■ 

" 31. 5 2-in. ells 450 3 00 

" 31. 2 1-in. nuts 10 • 

" 31. 2 2 tees 1 20 

" 31. 5 11/2x114 tees 120 

" 31. 6 1% ells 450 •. 2 40 

" 31. 4 114 ells 4.50 120 

" 31. 4 % gate valves 2 80 

" 31. 2 11^ stop cocks 1 80 

" 31. 5 1 galv. tees 1 00 

" 31. 12 11/2 pipe bangers 2 64 

" 31. 1 2 plug 06 

" 31. 4 114 3-1 plugs 35 

" 31. 4 1% nippers galv 92 

'• 31. 4 2 nippers galv 1 20 

" 31. 4 1 nippers gaiv 56 

•' 31. 19 bolts for model boiler 2 85 

Total" $241 68 

VOUCHER No. 543. CINCINNATI, HAMIUTON & DAYTON R. R. 

1904. 

Aug. 31. AVeighing 19 cars coal, at .$1.00 $19 00 

Total .$19 00 

VOUCHER No. 544. BOYD MFG. CO. 
1904. • 

Aug. 31. Two Boyd pruning shears, at .*(;3..50 $7 00 

Total $7 00 

VOUCHER No. 545. CHARLES ,T. AUFDERHEIDE. 

1904. 
Aug. 31. 12 large clothes racks. 3 baking boxes all 

complete $256 00 

" 31. 15 lineal of 7 high partition, hanging 15 tran- 
soms 56 00 

" 31. 7 large cuiibnai'ds locking over all doors, re- 
pairing tioois 197 00 

Total .■...,, '^ $509 00 



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1904. 

Sept. 8. 
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" 28. 
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1904. 

Sept. 1. 
•' 8. 
" 15. 
" 22. 
" 29. 



VOUCHER No. 546. KIPP BROS. CO. 

1 doz. cell balls $1 50 

1,000 11/3 poker chips 3 50 

1 doz. checker boards 3 00 

1 main spring for No. 11 Regina 3 00 

Adjusting same in box 50 

Cleaning adjusting dampers, etc 2 25 

1 winding ^Yheel tor No. 11 Regina 1 00 

1 governor shaft and jewel 1 00 

Cleaning and adjusting dampers, etc 2 25 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 547. A. BOJTH & CO. 

1,050 lbs. white tish, at 10c $105 00 

1,136 lbs. white fish, at 10c 113 00 

1,046 lbs. white fish, at 10c 104 00 

1,062 lbs. white fish, at 10c 10(5 20 

1,172 lbs. white fish, at 10c 117 20 

Total -. . . 



$18 00 



$540 60 



1904. 



VaUCHER No. 548. CENTURY BISCUIT CO. 



Sept. ]. 15 bbls. robbin sq. crackers, 724 lbs., at 5yaC. . $39 82 

8. 15 bbls. robbin sq. crackers, 739 lbs., at 5y3C. . 40 64 

" 15. 15 bbls. robbin sq. crackers, 739 lbs., at 5%c. . 40 64 

" 22. 15 bbls. robbin sq. crackers, 718 lbs., at SVaC. . 39 49 

" 29. 15 bbls. robbin sq. crackers. 750 lbs., at 5i/l>c. . 41 25 



Total 



$201 84 



VOUCHER No. 540. THE STARR PIANO COMPANY. 
1904. 
Sept. 28. 1 No. 4 used Richmoud 15 No. 25682 $175 00 

Total . •?1''5 00 

VOUCHER No. 550. C. W. :MEIKEL CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 28. 14-ft. chandlier, R. & G. M $14 25 

•' 28. 4 gas globes, at 70c 2 80 

" 28. Extra lengthening and lalior 1 00 

Total ?1^ 05 



232 



VOUCHER No. 551. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 1. 1 case Holland quilts, 100, at 90c $90 00 

1. 1,011% yds. Utica brown, at 15c 151 76 

1. 1,029% yds. Amoskeag ticking, at 15c 154 39 

1. 1,000 yds. bleach crash, at 8i^c • 82 50 

1. 1,000 yds. brown crash, at IV-j^ 75 00 

$553 65 
Less 2 per cent, discount 11 07 

$542 58 

1. 100 white net, at 55c net 55 00 

1. 83 doz. O. N. thread, at 50c net 41 50 

" 1. 100 rubber blankets, at $1.25 net 125 00 

Total 



$764 08 



VOUCHER No. 552. A. KIBFER DRUG CO, 
1904. 

Sept. 3. 10 lbs. sol. bluing $3 30 

3. 50 lbs. oxalic acid 3 00 

3. 400 lbs. cream tartar, 99 per cent. R. C 106 00 

" 3. 5 lbs. spermaceti 1 50 

" 3. 50 lbs. sulphate mag 88 

3. 10 lbs. carbolic acid 1 90 

" 3. 2 lbs. pyrophos iron 97 

" 3. 3 lbs. purified chloroform 2 04 

3. 1 lb. resorcin 160 

3. 25 lbs. parafine, bulk 188 

" 3. 8-lb. case evacuant, P. D. & Co 7 50 

" 3. 2 lbs. sub nit bismuth 4 40 

" 3. 1 doz. deit. feiTO mang. pept 8 50 

" 3. 1 doz. hemo. quin. schiff 7 75 

" 3. 1 gro. y-2 oz. flint pres. bottles 1 50 

" 3. 3 gro. 1 oz. flint pres. bottles 4 69 

" 3. 2 gal., cold pressed castor oil 2 15 

" 3. 5 gal. alcohol 12 75 

3. 10 gro. superfine corks XX 1 20 

" 3. 2 lbs. yellow aniline, orange 1 30 

" 3. 2 lbs. green aniline 1 70 

" 3. 2 lbs. eosine aniline 3 30 

" 3. 2 lbs. ris brown aniline 1 10 

3. 5 lbs. Hubback's O. K. zinc 1 75 

3. 6 lbs. peroxide 14s mlk 2 10 

" 3. 20 lbs. ground Jamaica ginger 2 40 

" 3. 1 doz. malt milk, hosp. size 33 00 

" 3. 2 doz. Peters pept. essence 15 00 

" 3. 5 gal. parafine oil 90 



233 

VOUCHER No. 552— Coutinued. 
1904. 

Sept. 8. 1 bbl. port.wiue. 5OV2 gals., at 85c $42 93 

" 14. 1 gTo. vaccine shields, Burnett's 7 00 

Total $285 99 

VOUCHER No. 553. HOLLWEG & REESE. 
1904. 

Sept. 6. 72 2-gal. jugs at 8c $11 52 

6. 1 gro. corks to fit 75 

" 13. 1 gro. Hoosler rubbers 75 

" 19. 1 gro. Hoosier rubbers 75 

" 24. 3 doz. iron handle knives 11 35 



Total $15 12 

VOUCHER No. 554. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 

1904. 

Sept. 1. 200 15x1 needles $2 40 

1. 200 16x1 needles 2 40 

1. 1 box 3-oz. oil •* ^t» 

♦' 2. 2 467 parts casting 08 

2. 1 2109 parts casting 2o 

" 2. 1 399 parts casting 02 

" 2. 5 hours' time " "^" 

Total • $1250 

VOUCHER No. 555. WILLIAMS & HUNT. 

1904. 

Sept. 1. 2,854 lbs. chip soap at $2.60 $74 20 

" 10. 574 lbs. 58 per cent, soda ash at li/4c 7 18 

" 10. 1,983 lbs. chip soap at $2.60 51 55 

" 15. 3,475 lbs. sal soda in kegs at 26c 26 41 

" 20. 3,518 ll3S. chip soap at $2.60 9146 

" 27. 3,160 lbs. sal soda at 76c 24 02 

" 28. 3,632 lbs. chip soap at $2.60 Oi 43 

Total 'f^«^25 

VOUCHER No. 556. L. W. OTT MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 

Sept. 27. 72 carpet lounges at $6.50 $■*<•« 0<^ 

,p , , $468 00 

Total 



234 

VOUCHER No. 557. CHARLES J. GARDNER. 
1904. 

Sept. 3. 188 lbs. veal at $6.35 $11 93 

G. 1,240 Ids. veal at $G.35 78 74 

11 13. 1,261 lbs. veal at .$6.35 80 07 

" 20. 1,425 lbs. veal at $0.35 90 49 

" 26. 1,345 lbs. veal at $6.35 85 40 

Total $346 63 

VOUCHER No. 5.58. THE BOP>BS-MERRILL CO. 
1904. 
Sept. 7. 1 Boston's Clinical Diagnosis .$4 00 

Total .^4 00 

VOUCHER No. 559. A. BURDSAL CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 2. 5 gal. gasoline, at 15c $0 75 

" 15. 2% gal. wliite enamel 2 .">() 

" 17. 5 gal. gasoline, at 15c 75 

" 21. 5 gal. gasoline, at 15c 75 

Total .$-1 75 

VOUCHER No. .560. GEORGE J. MAYER. 
1904. 

Sept. 1 IV2 U. S. (later $0 25 

' " 1 No. pad 20 

Total ^0 45 

VOUCHER No. .501. CHARLES D. PEARSON & CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 2. 00 doz. star tea cups, at 33c $19 80 

" 2. 25 doz. star tea saucers, at 33c 8 25 

2. 20 doz. star 10-in. plates, at 75c 15 00 

2. 6 doz. star 4-in. desserts, at 30c 1 80 

2. 1 doz. star ewers and basins 7 60 

" 28. % gross qt. ball Mason jars, at $5.00 83 

" 28. 5-12 gro. Mi-gal. ball Mason jars, at $6.-50 2 71 

Total $55 99 

VOUCHER No. 562. HARMON & HALL. 
1904. 

Aug. 29. .500 5-gal. cans at 37c $185 00 

Sept. 15. 300 5-gal. cans at 37c Ill 00 

Total 1296 00 



235 

VOUCHER No. 5G3. THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS COMPANY. 
1904. 

Sept. 27. Gas consumed, 19,200 cubic fi^et, at 90c $17 28 

" 27. Outside lamp 1 50 

Total §18 78 

VOUCHER No. 564. THE .JOHN VAN RANGE COMPANY. 

1904. 

Sept. 9. 6 14-qt. galv. buckets at 45c .$2 70 

" 9. 6 No. 3 corrugated cans and covers at $3.75. . 22 50 

" 9. 3 round japanned family spice boxes at 75c. . 2 25 

9. 6 No. 20 scoops at' 20c 1 20 

" 9. 8% doz. 10-in. shallow pie plates at 50c 4 17 

9. 2 bread boards, 24x30xi/l>4n., at 80c 1 00 

9. Vo doz. No. 20 agate rice boilers at .$1.28 ... 7 OS 

9. 2 doz. 22-in. No. 395 trays at $3.50 7 (10 

9. 2 doz." 18-iu. No. 395 trays at $2.40 4 SO 

" 9. 1 doz. 12-in. No. 395 trays 1 27 

9. 1/2 doz. No. 131 shovels at 23c 1 38 

9. 1/3 doz. No. 50 scoops at 33c 1 98 

" 9. % doz. 18-in. galvanized coal hods at 45c.... 2 70 

9. G special diet cases made of 4x10 30 00 

" 20. 2 11-in. covers for No. 007 French range 1 80 

Total $99 03 

VOUCHER No. 5G5. H. T. HEARSEY VEHICLE COMPANY. 
1904. 

Sept. 10. 2 new front tires ^ $11 OO 

" 26. Rerubber on set of %-in. wheels on phaeton. . 17 00 

Total $28 00 

VOUCHER No. 566. VAWTER HAY AND GRAIN COMPANY. 
1904. 
Sept. 5. 100 bu. white oats at 35%c $35 75 

5. 500 lbs. pearl meal at $1.50 7 50 

" 22. 6 boxes stock food at 42MiC 2 55 

Total $45 80 

VOUCHER No. 567. WEBSTER E. DIETZ. 
1904. 
Sept. I. 12 bbls. Pillsbury best bakers flour, at $6.25. 
2. 13 bbls. Pillsbm-y best bakers flour, at $6.25. 

6. 13 bbls. Pillsbury best bakers flour, at $6.25. 

7. 12 bbls. Pillsbury best bakers flour, at $6.25. 

Total $312 50 



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236 

VOUCHER No. 568. JOHN B. BRIGHT & SON. 
1904. 
Sept. 16. 11% chests Moyiine Imperial tea, 996-165-831 

lbs. net, at 30%c ' $255 53 

Total $255 53 

VOUCHER No. 569. JOHN W. NEUMANN & CO. 
1904. 
Sept. 1. 1 car water melons . $72 00 

Total $72 00 

VOUCHER No. 570. THE INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL. 

1904. 

Sept. 26. Notice, 91 words, 3 times $2 82 

Total $2 82 

VOUCHER No. 571. THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 26. Legal notice. 1% squares at $1.00 $1 66 

" 27. Legal notice, 1% squares at 50c 83 

" 28. Legal notice, 1% squares at 50c 83 

Total : $3 32 

VOUCHER No. 572. THE INDIANAPOLIS NEAVS. 
1904. 
Sept. 24. Notice, 92 words, 3 times .$2 76 

Total $2 76 

VOUCHER No. 573. STANDARD OIL CO. 
1904. 
Sept. 2. 2 bbls. cylinder oil. 100 gallons at 45c $45 00 

Total $45 00 

VOUCHER No. .574. CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON R. R. 

1904. 

Sept. 7. Weighing 9 ears coal at $1.00 per car $9 00 

" 17. AVeighing 13 cars coal at $1.00 per car 13 00 

Total $22 00 



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237 

VOUCHER No. .575. .T. R. BUDD COMPANY. ^ 
1904. 

Sept. 3. 360 dozens eggs at lOc $68 40 

6. 121/4 lbs. spring chickens at 20c. 

12. 360 dozen eggs at 19c *. 

17, 18 lbs. spring cliickens at 20c 

20. 360 dozen eggs at 19c 

27. 300 dozen eggs at 19c 



Less rebate on eggs 

Total $267 80 

VOUCHER No. 576. SANDER & RECKER FURNITURE CO. 

1904. 

Aug. 24. 4 dozen tables at $4.75 $228 00 

Sept.29. 1 office desk . , 50 00 

" 29. 1 office chair 8 00 

" 29. 1 office table 4 75 

Total $290 75 

VOUCHER No. 577. ACME MILLING CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 1. 40 bbls. White Rose flour coop at $4.90 $196 00 

2. 40 bbls. White Rose flour coop at $4.90 196 00 

9. 40 bbls. White Rose flour coop at .$4.90 196 00 

" 13. 40 bbls. White Rose flour coop at $4.90.' 196 00 

Total $784 00 

VOUCHER No. 578. JOHN OSTERMAN. 
19^4. 
Sept.30. 4,950 gals, milk at lie $544 50 

Total $544 50 

VOUCHER No. .579. ALBERT GALL. 
1904. 

Aug. 22. 12 shades at $1.10 $13 20 

Sept. 9. 156 yds. shading at 22%c 35 10 

9. 11 new fixtures at 25c 2 75 

" 9. Making and hanging 49 shades 9 80 

" 30. 12 rolls tint paper at 25c 3 00 

" 30. 21/2 rolls border paper at $3.00 7 50 

" 30. 10 rolls ceiling paper at 25c .". . . 2 50 

" 30. 3 rolls inlay at 40c. T 1 20 



238 



VOUCHER No. 579— Continued. 
1904. 

Sept. 30. 4 yds. muslin at 10c $0 40 

" 30. 48 feet best med. at 3c 1 44 

" 30. 2 pieces inlaj' 80 

" 30. Hanging 15 00 

$92 69 

Cr. by bill August 22 13 20 

Total $79 49 

VOUCHER No. 580. GEORGE F. EDBNHARTER, Superinteudent. 

1904. 
Sept. 30. Cash paid as follows: 

1. Joe A. Downey, for 1905 postal guide $2 50 

" 1. George F. McGinnis, for postage stamps .... 25 00 
" 3. Jesse E. Grimes, for week's lielp butclier's 

lielp 10 00 

" 3. C. C. Perkins, 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 3. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 3. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 GO 

" 3. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 3. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house. 12 60 

" 3. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house... 12 60 

" 3. Simon Baur, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 5. John C. Riebding, for sand, gi-een house. .. . ' 1 00 

8. J. M. Thorburu Co., for bulbs 44 90 

"' 10. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 10. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

■' 10. Noah L. Hardin, for 6 6-12 days boiler house 11 70 

" 10. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 10. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 10. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house... 12 60 

" 10. Simon Baur for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 10. Jesse Grimes, 1 week butcher shop 10 00 

" 12. Superintendent, expenses round trip Cincin- 
nati, Ohio 6 60 

" 17. James Noe, 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 17. C. C. Perkins, 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 17. Noah L. Hardin. 6 days boiler house 10 80 

" 17. Dan Coy. for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 17. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house... 12 60 

" 17. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 17. Simon Baur, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 21. Superintendent's expenses round trip Rich- 
mond, Logansport, etc 30 80 

" 22. Columbia Grocery Co., for produce 5 25 

" 23. National Hospital Record Pub. Co., for sub- 
scription 1904-05 f 1 00 



239 

VOUCHER No. 580— Continued. 
1904. 

Sept. 24. C. C. Perkins, for 7 clays boiler bouse $15 12 

" 24. James Noe, for 7 days boiler bouse 15 12 

" 24. Noab L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler bouse.... 12 60 

" 24. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler bouse... 12 60 

" 24. Tim Welsh, for 6 days boiler bouse 10 80 

" 24. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler bouse 12 60 

" 24. Simon Baur, for 6 days boiler bouse 10 80 

" 27. Wilbur G. Austin, for expressage and charges 9 31 
" 29. Frank P. Cons, for returned eloped patient 

Wesley Anderson 12 78 

Total $525 80 



VOUCHER No. 581. GEORGE F. EDBNHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
Sept. 30. Main pay roll for September, 1904 $7,617 64 



Total $7,617 64 



VOUCHER No. 582. WM. B. BURFORD. 

1904. 

Aug. 29. 1 gro. boxes Denison labels, 101 $6 00 

" 29. 1 gro. boxes Denison labels, 104 6 00 

" 30. 1 Staley blade IXL eraser 50 

" 30. 10,000 leave of absence 5 00 

" 30. Tabbing same 2 00 

Sept. 15. 1 clotbing index med. vowel, sbeep 1 75 

" 19. 20 yds. drawing paper, 1 yd. wide 7 50 

" 20. 500 record of insanity inquest % D cap ptd. 8 20 

" 20. 50O envelopes, 10-522 105 

" 20. Printing 500 envelopes 80 

" 22. 1,000 acct. clotbing furnished i/i folio R. & P 6 45 

" 22. 500 employe blanks, form 40, % folio ptd 4 80 

" 22. 300 death return, % folio ptd 3 60 

" 22. 1,000 clotbing cards, 10x14 bristol R. & P., 2 

sides 20 00 

" 22. 2,000 gardener requisitions 4%x6, ptd 2 50 

" 22. 5,000 postal cards 50 00 

" 22. Printing 5,000 postals 3 54 

" 22. 6 6-qu. clothing register, cap ptd. % bd 7 20 

" 22. 200 notices of transfer, men, i^ folio ptd 3 00 

" 22. 300 notices transfer, women. 14 folio ptd.... 3 60 

Total $143 49 



240 



VOUCHER No. 583. WULSCHNER-STEWART MUSIC COMPANY. 

$8 25 



1904. 
Sept. 28. 33 pieces at 25c 



Total 



$8 25 



VOUCHER No. 584. AMERICAN DISTRICT TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 



1904. 




Mar. 29. 


Messenger 


Apr. 8. 


Messenger 


" 8. 


Messenger 


May 16. 


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" 30. 


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July 26. 


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Aug. 11. 


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Sept. 5. 


Messenger 



service to 722 East New York 
service to 1,429 East Raymond 
service to 607 Pearl Street. .. . 
service to 917 South Delaware 
service to 249 W. Maryland. . 
service to cor. Brook and 12th. 

service to 1320 N. Illinois 

service to 340 East St. Joe. . . . 



service to 1259 Massachusetts ave 



$0 15 
25 
20 
15 
15 
20 
20 
15 
20 



Total 



$1 65 



VOUCHER No. 585. CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY. 

1904. 

Sept.30. June tolls No. 6101... $100 

" 30. August tolls No. 6101 3 60 

" 30. October quarter rent No. 6101 55 89 

Total $60 49 



VOUCHER No. 586. INDIANAPOLIS TELEPHONE COMPANY. 

1904. 
Sept.30. Renting and service for telephones from 

October 1 to December 31, 1904 $20 00 

" 30. Long distance service for August, 1904 15 

" 30. Long distance service for August, 1904 95 

" 30. Long distance service for August, 1904 75 

Total $21 85 



VOUCHER No. 587. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 

1904. 
Sept.30. Telegraphing as per statement rendered $1 16 

Total $1 IG 



241 

VOUCHER No. 588. J. C. PERRY & CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 2. 800 lbs. rice at 3%c $30 00 

2. 777 lbs. beans at 3c 23 31 

2. 55 gals. N. O. molasses at 22c 12 10 

6. 10,321 lbs. granulated sugar at $5.20 536 69 

" 6. 2,168 lbs. beans at 3c 65 04 

6. 1,500 lbs. rice at 3%c 56 25 

" .6. 200 lbs. corn starcb at 4c 8 00 

" 6. 120 lbs. soda A. & H. at 5c 6 00 

" 6. 94 gals, vinegar at 8c 7 52 

" 6. 106l^ gals, syi-up at 19c 20 24 

6. 15 bbls. salt at 80c 12 00 

6. 6 bbls. pickles at $7.50 45 00 

6. 1,280 lbs. N. Y. cheese at 9c 115 20 

6. 50 cases G. E. peaches, 100 doz., at $1.90 190 00 

" 6. 50 cases Sunset L. C. peaches, 100 doz.,- at 

$1.90 190 00 

8. 2 lbs. ginger root at 22c 44 

8. 1/2 lb. whole mace at 80c 40 

" 8. 3 lbs. comp. mustard at 18c 54 

" 8. 50 lbs. raisins at 7c 3 50 

" 9. 7 bbls. B. oatmeal at $5.00 35 00 

" 14. 10 lbs. Pearl bailey at SVaC 35 

" 17. 3 bbls. B. oatmeal a,t $5.00 15 00 

" 17. 193 gals, vinegar at 8c 15 44 

" 17. 1 bbl. 100 packets salt 160 

" 24. 4 lbs. caraway seed at 10c - 40 

" 28. 25 lbs. dark N. O. sugar at 4yoC 1 13 

" 28. 2 lbs. whole allspice at 15c 30 

" 28. 4 lbs. cassia 1 matt at 15c 60 

Total $1,392 05 

VOUCHER No. 589. INDIANAPOLIS WATER COMPANY. 

1904. 
Sept. 20. Water furnished for boiler room: 

3,304,000 feet month ending this date. 
2,991,000 feet month ending August 20 last. 



313,000 feet at 33%c per 1,000 feet $105 63 

Total $105 63 

VOUCHER No. 590. JAMES L. KEACH. 
1904. 

Sept. 1. 5,000 lbs. potatoes $43 34 

1. 4,980 lbs. potatoes 43 16 

" , 1.3 bu. peaches 4 50 

" 1.1 bu. apples 75 

16— Central Insane. 



242 

TOUCHER No. 590— Continnecl. 
1904. 

Sept. 3. 1 bu. peaches $1 50 

6. 80 bu. peaches. 120 00 

6. 4,840 lbs. potatoes 41 95 

G. 5 bu. peaches 7 50 

7. 5.130 lbs. potatoes 44 46 

7. 1 box lemons 2 25 

12. 11.710 lbs. potatoes 101 48 

19. 1 box lemons , 

20. 10,810 lbs. potatoes 

22. 10,590 lbs. potatoes 

27. 7,580 lbs. potatoes 

28. 3,860 lbs. potatoes 

28. 2,220 lbs. potatoes 

28. 6. bu. peai's and baskets 

28. 1 bbl. squash . 

Total .$724 69 

VOUCHER Xo. 591. BAD3ER FURNITURE COMPANY. 

1904. 

Sept. 1 oak rocker 

1 oak rocker 

1 G. O. double flat top desk 

1 G. O. arm chair 

1 G. O. arm chair 

1 G. O. arm chair 

1 G. O. arm chair 

1 G. O. bookcase 

1 G. O. swivel chair 



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65 


69 


33 


45 


19 


24 


5 


70 


2 


00 



$8 


50 


9 


00 


45 00 


9 


50 


6 


00 


5 


00 


9 


00 


28 


00 


10 


50 



Total .$130 .50 

VOUCHER No. .592. A. B. MEYER & CO. 
1904. 
Sept. 80. 98.1200 tons Linton No. 4 mine run at $1.95. . $192 27 
" .30. 777.1600 tons No. 4 nut and slack at $1.50. . . 1.166 70 



Total $1,358 97 

VOUCHER No. .593. WM. H. AR:MSTR0NG & CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 14. 8 M. O. knives sharpened at 20c 

" 14. 1 cartilage knife sharpened 

" 14. 1 large amputating scalpel sharpened... 

" 14. 3 cartilage knives sharpened 

" 14. 2 12x1 sires at .$2..50 

" 14. 2 24x1 sires at $3..")0 



$1 


60 




20 




20 




60 


5 


00 


7 


00 



Total $14 60 



S4a 

VOUCHER No. 59i. HAVENS & GEDDES Cl>. 
1904. 

Sept.27. 20 boxes tape at 18c $3 60 

Less 2 per cent 07 

Total $3 53 



VOUCHER No. 595. M. O'CONNOR & CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 18. 1,000 lbs. lauudry starch at 21/20 $25 00 

" 18. 850 lbs. Anchor Plug tobacco at 27c 229 50 

Total .$254 50 



VOUCHER No. 59G. PRANK E. JANES. 
1904. 

Sept. 1. 6,210 lbs. ear corn at 67c $61 19 

" 24. 4,460 lbs. ear corn at 67c 43 94 

" 29. 2,930 lbs. ear corn at 67c 28 87 

Total $134 0() 



VOUCHER No. 597. LION COMPRESSED YEAST COMPANY. 

1904. 
Sept. 30-. 70 lbs. yeast at 25c $17 50 

Total $17 50 



VOUCHER No. 598. LOUIS E. HAAG. 
1904. 
Sept. 14. 12 cases vaccine lymph $6 96 

Total $0 90 



VOUCHER No. 599. FRANCKE HARDWARE COMPANY. 

1904. 

Sept. 14. 1/0 doz. rolling pins at $3.00 $1 50 

" 14. 1^ doz. buttonhole gcissors at $7.25 1 81 

" 19. 15 doz. 10-in. perforated pie pans at 55c 8 25 

" 30. 1/2 <loz. 110% hooks at $2.40 1 20 

Total $12 76 



1904. 




Sept. 10. 


2 




' 10. 


1 




' 10. 


1 




• 13. 


3 




' 13. 


2 




' 13. 


1 




' 13. 


1 




' 15. 


1 




' 16. 


2 




' 16. 


1 




• 16. 


1 




' 16. 


1 




' 19. 


1 




' 19. 


1 




' 23. 


1 




' 23. 


3 




• 23. 


1 




' 23. 


1 




' 26. 


1 




' 29. 


2 



244 

VOUCHER No. 600. GEORGE HITZ & CO. 

/^ bu. peaches $4 40 

bu. plums . 1 00 

bu. apples 1 00 

baskets peaches 90 

bu. peaches 3 50 

bu. apples 1 00 

bu. pears 1 35 

bu. peaches 1 50 

bu. peaches 3 00 

bu. pears 1 35 

bu. sweet potatoes 1 00 

hi\. apples 1 00 

bu. peaches 1 25 

bu. apples 1 00 

bbl. apples 2 50 

bu. peaches 5 25 

bu. sweet potatoes 1 25 

bu. apples ; . . . 1 00 

basket melons 1 00 

bu. peaches at $1.75 3 50 

Total $37 75 



VOUCHER No. 601. VONNEGUT HARDWARE COMPANY. 

1904. 

Sept. 1. 2 doz. 704 wardrobe locks at 50c $1 00 

1. 2 doz. B702 wardrobe locks at 43c 86 

1. 2 doz. B701 Avardi-obe locks at 43c 86 

1. 2 doz. 719 wardrobe locks at $2.50 5 00 

1. 1 doz. 1984 roll top desk locks 3 15 

27. 1 bar % sq. net steel 14 lbs. at 2c 28 

27. 1 bar % sq. net steel 14 lbs. at 2c 28 

27. 1 bar % sq. net steel 25 lbs. at 2c 50 

27. 1 bar % sq. net steel 35 lbs. at 2c 70 

Total $12 63 



VOUCHER No. 602. SWIFT & CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 3. 27 tubs oleomargarine, 1,080 lbs., at ll%c... $120 90 

" 10. 30 tubs oleomarjiarine, 1,200 lbs., at ll%c... 141 00 

" l-O. 40 tubs oleomargarine. 1.600 lbs., at ll%c... 188 00 

" 23. 30 tubs oleomargarine, 1.200 lbs., at ll%c... 141 00 

'^'otal ^596 90 



245 

VOUCHER No. 603. TUTBWILBR & SON. 
1904. 
Aug. 3. Burial and casket for Margaret Lowery, 

Washington County $7 00 

" 24. Burial and casket for Angelina Taylor, Ma- 
rion County 7 00 

Sept. 15. Burial and casket for John Milau, Floyd 

County 7 00 

" 29. Burial and casket for Jaclv Gibson, Marion 

County 7 00 

Total .-. $28 00 

VOUCHER No. 604. INDIANAPOLIS ABATTOIR CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 5. 5 cattle, 2,859 pounds, at $5.48 $150 67 

5. 5 tierces lard, 1,853 pounds, at $6.74 124 89 

" 5. 8 bacon, 55 pounds, at 17c 9 35 

7. 7 cattle, 4,381 pounds, at $5.48 240 08 

8. 75 hams, 1,315 pounds, at $11.11 140 10 

" 12. 7 cattle, 4,255 pounds, at $5.48 233 17 

" 14. 7 cattle, 4,506 pounds, at $5.48 246 93 

" 15. 84 hams, 1,320 pounds, at $11.11 146 65 

" 19. 6 tierces lard, 2,194 pounds, at $6.74 147 88 . 

" 21. 4 cattle, 2,218 pounds, at $5.48 121 55 

" 22. 83 hams, 1,340 pounds, at $11.11 148 87 

" 26. 7 cattle, 3,930 pounds, at $5.48 215 36 

" 29. 7 cattle, 4,304 pounds, at $5.48 235 86 

" 29. 106 hams, 1,310 pounds, at $11.11 145 54 

" 29. 10 bacons, 50 pounds, at 17c 8 50 

Total .- $2,327 40 

VOUCHER No. 605. WILLIAM ROBINSON. 
1904. 
Sept. 30. For grading and building roadway for new 
hospital for sick insane: 

Three teams 38yo days at $3.50 134 75 

William Robinson, 18 days at $2.00 36 00 

One man, lOVo days at $1.75 28 87 

Three men, 2iy2 days at $1.50 32 25 

Total $231 87 

VOUCHER No. 606. C. H. McDOWELL. 
1904. 

Sept. 4. Services as chaplain $5 00 

" 11. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 18. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 25. Services as chaplain 5 00 

Total • $20 00 



246 

VOUCHER No. GOT. SCHERING & GLATZ. 
1904. 
Oct. 12. 9 doz. Stiefel's Creoliu 10 oz. soap at $1.50. . . $13 50 

Less 10 per cent, discount $1 35 

Less one-half expressage 57 

1 92 

Total $11 58 

VOUCHER No. 008. THE INDLINAPOLIS NEWS. 
1904. 
Oct. 24. To notice, 72 words, 3 times $2 16 

Total $2 16 

VOUCHER No. 000. THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 25. Sealed proposals for supplies, 8 lines $0 SO 

" 26. Sealed proposals for supplies, 8 lines 40 

" 27. Sealed proposals for supplies, 8 lines 40 

Total $1 60 

VOUCHER No. 610. THE INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL. 
1904. 
Oct. 24. Notice, 60 words, 3 times $1 80 

Total $1 80 

VOUCHER No. 611. THE INDIANAPOLIS GAS CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 24. To 17,400 cubic feet of gas at 90c $15 66 

" 24. Outside lamp 1 50 

Total $17 16 

VOUCHER No. 612. INDIANA INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR BLIND MEN. 

1904. 

Oct. 13. 25 dozen No. 1 parlor brooms at $2.00 $50 00 

" 13. 5 dozen Avhisk brooms at 80c 4 00 

" 25. 5 dozen Avhisk brooms at $2.00 50 00 

" 25. 25 dozen No. 1 parlor brooms at 80c 4 00 

Total - >pio8 00 

VOUCHER No. 613. THE STARR PIANO CO. 
1904. 
Oct. 14. To used Richmond piano, 21 mat. No. 81305.. $185 00 
•' 14. To used Remington piano, E nat.. No. 33110. . 165 00 

Total 3350 00 



247 " 

I 

VOUCHER No. G14. WULSCHNER-STEWART MUSIC CO. 
1904. 
Oct. 7. 1 style 11 Resiiui music- box $48 00 

7. 25 tune sheets 10 00 

Total $58 00 

VOUCHER ISto. 615. TECHENTIN ^i FREIBERG. 
1904. 

Oct. 3. Repair collar $0 35 

G. 1 dozen liame straps 2 00 

G. % dozen cruppers 1 50 

G. % dozen curry combs. 1 50 

Total $5 35 

VOUCHER No. GIG. FARKE DAVIS & CO. 
1904. 
Oct. 8. 1 culture B Typhosus $1 00 

8. 1 culture B Coli Commis 1 00 

Total $2 00 

VOUCHER No. G17. LILLY ct STALNAKER. 
1904. 

Oct. 6. 24 No. 110 master keys change 48,214 at 50c. . $12 00 
6. 24 No. 110 master keys change 1G,G74 at 50c. . 12 00 

Total $24 00 

VOUCHER No. G18. J. ELLWOOD LEE CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 25. 2,500 yds. No. 2 gauze, IS-inoh, at $2.00 $G5 00 

" 25. 2,500 yds. No. 4 gauze, 18-inch, at $4.40. ..... 110 00 

" 25. 100 lbs. cotton in rolls, at 20c 20 00 

" 25. 12 5-yd. rolls bella plaster, 7-inch . 24 00 

" 25. 3 dozen spools 3-inch adhesive plaster. $28 80 

" 25. 2 5-yard rolls mustard plaster 4 40 

Less 20 per cent $33 20 2G 50' 

Total $245 56 

VOUCHER No. 619. STANDARD OIL CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 3. 50 gals. 2 cylinder oil at 45c $22 50 

" 3. 50 gals. 2 engine oil at 20y2C 10 25 

Total • • • $32 75 



248 

VOUCHER No. 620. JOHN B. BRIGHT & SON. 

1904. 
Oct. 4. 20 bags old crop Golden Santos green coffee, 
2,632 lbs. less 1 per cent, tare, 26 lbs., 2,606 

at loygc $283 40 

4. 20 roasts at 25c 5 00 

" 11. 20 bags old crop Golden Santos green coffee, 
2,649 lbs., less 1 per cent, tare, 26 lbs., 2,623 
at lOygC 285 25 

" 11. 20 roasts at 25c 5 00 



Total $578 65 

VOUCHER No. 621. HUMANE RESTRAINT CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 8. 12 pair mitts complete at $8.00 $96 00 

" 8. 12 pair wi'istlets complete at $5.50 66 00 

" 8. 6 pair anklets complete at $6.00 36 00 



Total $198 00 

VOUCHER No. 622. JOHN O'NEILL. 
1904. 
Oct. 10. 5 bbls. rye flonr at $4.80 $24 00 



Total $24 00 

VOUCHER No. 623. V. BACHMAN. 
1904. 

Oct. 1. 30 bbls. S. P. flour at $6.00 $180 00 

5. 30 bbls. S. P. flour at $6.00 180 00 



Total $360 00 

VOUCHER No. 624. ACME MILLING CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 3. 25 bbls. White Rose flour at $5.24 $131 00 

6. 45 bbls. White Rose flour at $5.24 235 80 

10. 20 bbls. White Rose flour at $5.24 104 80 

14. 25 bbls. White Rose flour at $5.24 131 00 

17. 25 bbls. White Rose flour at $5.24 131 00 

19. 20 bbls. White Rose flour at $5.24 104 80 



Total $838 40 

VOUCHER No. 625. VAWTER HAY AND GRAIN CO. 
1904. 
Oct. 5. 1,200 lbs. fine Pearl meal at $1.60 $19 20 

Total $19 20 



249 

VOUCHER No. 626. WORRELL M'F'G CO., SEDALIA, MO. 

1904. 
Sept. 26. 10 gal. Worrell's insect exterminator and dis- 
infectant at $2.00 per gallon $20 00 

Total $20 00 

Two large sprayers free. 



VOUCHER No. 627. THE S ANITAS COMPANY, LTD. 
1904. 
Oct. 12. 20 cases "Sanitas" disinfecting laundry soap 

at $6.00 $120 00 

Special allowance $1.00 per box 20 00 

Total ' $100 00 



VOUCHER No. 628. L. E. MORRISON & CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 11. 2 pair rubber gloves at $1.25 $2 50 

" 11. 1 pair rubber gloves at $2.00 2 00 

$4 50 
Less 10 per cent, discount 45 

Total $4 05 



VOUCHER No. 629. L. A. GREINER. 
1904. 

Sept. 6. To 2 visits and medicine $5 00 

" 7. To 1 visit and medicine 2 50 

Total ..'. $7 50 

VOUCHER No. 630. E. O. ROBINSON. 
1904. 
Oct. 18. 25,475 lbs. baled straw at 30c $76 42 

Total $76 42 

VOUCHER No. 631. HURTY-FRANCIS PHARMACY CO. 

1904. 
Feb. 19. 5 gr. chlor. gold $0 75 

Total $0 75 



250 

VOUCHER No. 032. INDIANAPOLIS WATER CO. 
1904. 
Oct. 24. To water furnished boiler room for month 
ending October 20. 1904: 
3,003,000 feet this date. 
3.304,000 feet last reading. 



359,000 feet at 33-)4c per 1,000 $121 10 

Total $121 16 

VOUCHER No. 633. CHARLES G. GRAH. 
1904. 

Aug. 5. 4 shears ground $0 80 

" 8. 10 shears ground 1 50 

" 12. 4 razors ground 2 00 

" 19. 4 shears ground 60 

" 29. 3 razors ground 1 50 

Sept. 2. 6 shears ground 1 40 

9. 2 razors ground 1 00 

" 9. 2 razors ground and repaired 50 

" 16. 2 clippers ground 1 00 

" 23. 3 razors ground and 4 shears do 2 10 

" 30. 5 shears and 1 razor ground and repaired... 1 35 

" 30. 2 clippers ground and 1 new plate 2 25 

Oct. 7. 4 razors ground 2 00 

Total $18 00 

VOUCHER No. 034. CHARLES D. PEARSON & CO. 
IfMJl. 

Oct. 3. 2 dozen Frist vases, assorted, at $1.20 $2 40 

" 3. 2 dozen 16049 vases, crystal and green, at 

$2.00 4 00 

5. 5-12 dozen No. 42 vases, crystal, at $3.00 1 25 

" 5. 1 dozen 15021 vases 1 50 

Total '. $9 15 

VOUCHER No. 635. THE BOBBS-MERRILL CO. 

1JXJ4. 

Oct. 4. 1 Kirke's Physiology $3 00 

" 10. 1 Left Index of Symptoms 2 00 

Sept. 7. 1 Boston's Clin. Diagnosis 4 00 

" 29. 1 Leuhatz Clin, and Micros 3 00 

" 29. 1 N. & P. Ner. and Mental Dis 1 00 

$13 00 

Less in charge ()ctol)er 4 00 

Total $9 00 



251 

VOUCHER No. 63G. ATLAS PAPER MILLS CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 18. 1 case 10 rolls toilet paper $4 50 

" 21. 1 case 10 rolls toilet paper 1 50 

Total . .^ .i;9 00 

VOUCHER No. G37. H. T. HBARSEY VEHICLE CO. 

1904. 
Oct. 13. To repairs on extension top carriage and re- 
rubber one (1-iucli) left rear wheel .^fS 00 

Total $8 00 

VOUCHER No. 038. A. BURDSAL CO. 
1904. 
Oct. 21. 5 gallons gasoline .$0 75 

Total $0 75 

VOUCHER Xo. 039. L. W. OTT M'F'G CO. 
1904. 
Oct. 24. 72 lounges G. O. carpet at $0.50 .$408 00 

Total $408 00 

VOUCHER No. 040. WILLIAMS & HUNT. 

imi. 

Oct. 5. 3,307 pounds chip soap at $2.00 $87 54 

" 12. 3,780 pounds chip soap at $2.00 98 43 

" 18. 1,455 pounds chip soap at $2.(J0 37 83 

" 25. 4,135 pounds chip soap at $2.00 107 51 

Total $331 31 

VOUCHER No. 041. WM. H. ARMSTRONG cS: CO. 
.1904 
Oct. 7. 2 bottles drainage tubes at 40c $0 80 

Total , $0 80 

VOUCHER No. (542. CHARLES .7. AUFDERHEIDB. 
1904. 
Oct. 26. Bookshelves and window as follows: 

To carpenter labor and material $169 00 

Paint, glass and varnishing 13 00 

Total $182 00 



252 



VOUCHER No. 643. ALBERT GALL. 
1904. 

Oct. 3. 12 shades, 3-11x4-9. at $1.10 $13 20 

" 6. 4 rugs at $3.50 14 00 

" 12. 3 Smyrna rugs, 36x72, at $3.50 

" 19. 6 Wilton rugs, 3x5-3, at $7.00 

'• 19. 1 Arlington rug, 3x5-3 .\ 

" 19. 1 Arlington rug, 3x6 

" 19. 1 Seamnigton rug, 3x6 

" 19. 1 Oriental rug, 4x6 

" 19. 2 Wilton rugs, 3x3, at $4.75 



10 


50 


42 


00 


7 


00 


7 


50 


8 


00 


7 


00 


9 


50 



Total 



$118 70 



VOUCHER No. 644. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. 
"^1904. 

Oct. 6. 457% yds. Amoskeag ticliing at Wy^c $66 38 

6. 107 yds. Utica bro. at 15c 16 05 

6. 4 bales Pilot batts, 50 each, 200 lbs., at 5c. 

" 6. 4 dozen Braces at $2.25 

6. 3 11-12 dozen Braces at $2.00 

" 6. 790 yds. Utica bro. sheeting at 15c 



10 


00 


9 


00 


7 


83 


118 


50 



Total 



$227 7G 



VOUCHER No. 645. FRANCKE HARDWARE CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 3. 1 dozen putty knives $1 30 

3. 2 dozen 10-inch 2 sq. edge B. D. files 

at $5.60 $11 20 

3. 2 dozen 8-inch 2 sq. edge B. D. files 

at $4.30 > S 60 

3. 2 dozen 12-inch 2 sq. edge B. D. files 

at $7.50 15 00 



3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

4. 

6. 

7. 
12. 
12. 
22. 
22. 



Less 70 2-10 per cent $34 80 

1 dozen pair 8-inch hasp hinges 

1 dozen pair 6-inch hasp hinges 

2 quires emery cloth at 47c 

2 quires 1 emery cloth at 47c 

1 No. 2 rubber tired truak 

1 53 vise 

9 dozen 10-inch pert, pie pans at 55c 

1 riddle 

1-6 dozen Hunter's sifters 

1 set y^-inch steel letters 

1 set yriiich steel figures 

Total 



8 


46 




83 




63 




94 




94 


7 


50 


6 


75 


4 


95 




35 




25 


5 


50 


1 


80 



$40 20 



253 

VOUCHER No. 646. TUTEWILER & SON. 
1904. 
Oct. 5. Burial outfit Lucinda Jobusoii, Washington 

County !P7 00 

" 15. Burial outfit Jacob Bales, Floyd County 7 00 



Total ■?14 00 



VOUCHER No. 647. CENTURY BISCUIT CO. 
19C>4. 

Oct. 6. 16 bbls. crackers, 674 lbs., at 51/20 $37 07 

" 13. 16 bbls. crackers, 743 lbs., at 5yoc 40 87 

" 20. 16 bbls. crackers, 736 lbs., at SVoC 40 48 

" 27. 16 bbls. crackers, 700 Jbs., at oVaC 38 50 



Total $156 92 



VOUCHER No. 648. C. H. McDOWBLL. 
1904. 

Oct. 2. Services as chaplain $5 00 

" 9. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 16. Sei'vices as chaplain 5 00 

" 23. Services as chaplain 5 00 

" 30. Services as chaplain 5 00 



Total $25 00 



VOUCHER No. 649. C, H. & D. RY. CO. 
1904. 
Oct. 31. Account weighing 64 cars coal from A. B. 

Meyer & Co., $1.00 per car $64 00 



VOUCHER No. 650. HOLLWEG & REESE. 
1904. 

Oct. 3. 1 gross Hoosier rubbers at 75c $0 75 

" 4. 100 dozen Meakin teacups at 33c $33 00 

4. 50 dozen Meakin tea saucers at 33c 10 50 

" 4. 35 dozen Meakin soup bowls at 75c 26 25 

4. 20 dozen Meakin 10-inch dinner plates at 75c. 15 00 

4. 6 dozen Meakin 1-gal. oval pitchers at $3.60. 21 60 

4. 6 dozen Meakin 8-inch pie plates at 50c 3 00 

4. 12 dozen 1847 med. knives at $3.09 37 08 

" 4. 25 dozen heavy hotel tumblers at 50c 12 50 

5. % gross y2-gal. Mason's jars at $6.50 1 62 

" 20. 1 dozen 30 S. bowls 90c 90 

Total ^1*5^ 2^ 



254 

VOUCHER No. 651. JAMES L. REACH. 
1904. 

Oct. 3. 3 bushels Kieffer pears $2 55 

8. 43 barrels apples 75 25 

" 18. 141 baskets grapes 56 40 

Total $134 20 

VOUCHER No. 052. JOHN W. NEUMANN & CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 3. 630 bushels potatoes at 39c $245 70 

" 25. 97-50 bushels potatoes at 39c 38 16 

" 25. 300 baskets grapes at lOVoC 49 50 

" 26. 106.40 bushels potatoes at 39c 4160 

Total $374 90 

VOUCHER No. 653. E. F. SHIDELER & CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 6. 5,110 lbs. sweet potatoes at 60c „ ■ ■ ■ $55 75 

" 11. 2 bu. pears 2 00 

." 12. 5,450 lbs. sweet potatoes at 6()c 59 45 

" 12. 2 bu. pears 2 00 

" 20. 5,420 lbs. sweet potatoes at 60e 59 13 

" 26. 43 barrels King apjiles at $2.50 107 50 

" 26. 2 bu. pears 2 00 

Total $287 83 

VOUCHER No. 6.54. J. R. BUDD COMPANY. 
1904. 

Oct. 1. 15 lbs. chickens at 20c $3 00 

4. 3(>0 dozens eggs at 20y2C 73 80 

" 11. 360 dozens eggs ar 20y2C 73 80 

" 12. 10 lbs. chickens at 20c 2 00 

" 18. 360 dozens eggs, at 20M>c 73 80 

" 25. 360 dozens eggs at 20y^c 73 80 

Total $300 20 

VOUCHER No. (i.55. KIIM* I'.ROS. C0:MPANY. 
1904. 

Oct.- 7. 2 doz. 170-201 French i-ose bowls, at $1.75. .. . ^3 .50 

7. 2 doz. No. 5 rubber footballs, at .$().75 13 .50 

" 7. 1 doz. No. 2 rubber footballs 4 .50 

" 7. 1 doz. No. 1.55 rubber balls 1 no 

" 7. 1 lot balloons 1 00 

Total $24 40 



255 



VOUCHER No. 656. A. KBIFER DRUG COMPANV. 
1004. 

Oct. 3. 5 gal. aqua ammonia, 16 per cent .$1 70 

3. 1 carboy snlpb. acid 3 16 

3. 2 gal. (No. 20) muriatic acid 50 

3. 2M No. 1 antisep. tab., Lilly 2 15 

3. IM H. T. morph. sul., % Lilly 1 85 

3. IM H. T. strych. sul. 1-60. Lilly 1 35 

3. IM protam tab., 5 gr., Mulford 4 73 

3. 2M pill aloin strych. and bellad. C. C. L. No. 1 2 70 

3. IM calomel tab.. % gr. L 43 

3. 1 doz. liemo. quinine schif 7 50 

3. 2 doz. infants' syringes, No. 50 2 50 

3. 2 doz. empty caps., No. 2 P. D 1 30 

3. 1 doz. No. 2 pore, flint .lars, flat top 1 85 

3. 10 gross No. 3 superfine corks, xx 70 

3. 5 gross No. 4 superfine corks, xx 70 

3. 1 gross medicine droppers 1 40 

3. 5 lbs. liypopbosphite lime - 3 25 

3. 3 lbs. liypopbosphite sodium : 1 95 

3. % lb. hypophosphite potash % bet 35 

3. 2 lbs. citrate potash, P. & W., 1 lb 80 

3. 5 lbs. acetate potash, P. & W., 5 lbs. C 90 

3. 1 lb. phosphate iron 50 

3. 2 lbs. iodide potash 5 00 

3. 3 lbs. Armour's beef, %-ll» 7 50 

3. 5 lbs. squibbs sulph. other, 100 gr 6 00 

3. 2 lbs. wine colchicum seed -80 

3. 8 lbs. cascara evacuant, P. D 10 00 

3. 1 lb. F. E. gelsemin L 63 

' 3. 1 lb. F. E. ipecac L 3 00 

3. 2 lbs. F. E. squill co. L 2 50 

3. 2 lbs. F. B. cardamon co 2 00 

3. 10 lbs. carb. acid gilt label mlk 1 90 

3. 5 gross No. 29 pill boxes, P. R 1 75 

3. 5 gross No. 30 pill boxes, P. R 1 75 

3. 1 gross 1-oz. tin ointment boxes 78 

3. 1 gross 4-ro\Y tooth brushes, 575 4 50 

3. V> lb. Armour's scale pepsin. 1-30(M> 1 60 

3. 16 oz. chloralamid 9 60 

3. 8 oz. phenacetin . 6 40 

3. 8 oz. pheno broraate '''20 

3. 25 oz. can sulph. quinine, R. & S 5 75 

3. 8 oz. sulphinal 10 00 

3. 8 oz. antikamnia powd 7 20 

3. 1 only 2-gal. glass percolate 75 

3. 5 lbs. powd. boric acid 60 

3. 5 lbs. purif . chloroform 3 40 

3. 5 lbs. brom. potash 1 75 

3. 5 lbs. brom. sodium 2 00 



256 



VOUCHER No. 656— Continued. 



1904. 

Oct. J 



1/. lb. powd. ex. cas. sag., P. D.. . 

1 lb. pill vegt. cath. G. C. L 

2 lbs. C. P. hydrochloric acid. . . . 

15 lbs. lump alum 

1 lb. F. E. nux vomica L 

1 lb. iodoform 

1/4 lb. hypophosphite manganese. 
10 gals, alcohol 



Total 



$2 


10 


2 


00 




38 




45 




63 


3 


40 




65 


25 00 



$181 74 



VOUCHER No. 657. GEORGE HITZ & CO. 



1904. 



Oct. 



10. 
14. 
1*. 
14. 
25. 
26. 
26. 
26. 



bushels peaches 

bushel sweet potatoes. 

bushel peaches 

bushel apples 

box lemons 



1 

1 

1 

1 

1 barrel 20 oz. apples. 

1 

1 



bushel apples 

bushel peaches 

2 bushels apples 

2 bushels peaches 

270 baskets grapes, at 15c. 
43 barrels apples, at $2.25. 

1 box lemons 

2 bushels peaches 

1 bushel pears 

1 box lemons 

2 bushels pears 

1 bushel sweet potatoes... 



$3 00 



1 15 


1 50 


1 00 


3 40 


2 50 


90 


1 65 


2 50 


3 00 


40 50 


96 75 


3 40 


4 00 


1 25 


- 3 40 


2 50 


1 25 



Total 



$173 65 



VOUCHER No. 658. LION COMPRESSED YEAST CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 27. 651/0 lbs. yeast, at 25c $16 38 



Total 



$16 38 



VOUCHER No. 659. CHARLES W. GARDNER. 
1904. 

Oct. 8. 80 lbs. veal, at 10c $8 00 

" 15. 71 lbs. veal, at 10c 7 10 

" 22. 57 lbs. veal, at 10c 5 70 



Total 



$20 80 



257 

VOUCHER No. 660. HAVENS & GEDDES COMPANY. 

1904. 
Oct. 2. 614% yds. scrim, at 7c $43 03 



Total $43 03 



VOUCHER No. 661. A. BOOTH & CO. 

1904. 

Oct. 6. 1,156 lbs. white fish, at 10c .$115 60 

" 13. 1,101 lbs. white fish, at 10c 110 10 

" 20. 1,082 lbs. wliite fish, at 10c 108 20 

" 27. 1,100 lbs. white fish, at 10c 110 00 

Total $443 90 



VOUCHER No. 602. J. C. PERRY & CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 1. 20 lbs. 1% oz. Greenbaclv tobacco, 34 $6 80 

3. 10,679 lbs. granulated sugar, at $5.40 576 66 

" 3. 3,090 lbs. beans, at 2%c 82 40 

" 3. 1,500 lbs. rice, at 3%c 56 25 

" 3. 5 bbls. oatmeal, at $4.50 22 50 

" 3. 8 bbls. vinegar, 378 gals, at 8c 30 24 

" 3. 107 gal. syrup, at 19c 20 33 

3. 10 bbls. salt, at feOc 8 00 

3. 200 doz. canned peaches, at $1.90 380 00 

3. 1,000 lbs. laundry starch, at 214c 22 50 

3. 200 lbs. Greenback tobacco, at 34c 68 00 

3. 25 boxes Lenox soap, at $2.70 67 50 

3. 10 boxes Ivory soap, at $4.00 40 00 

3. 24 doz. silicon, at 70c 16 80 

3. 12 doz. mop sticks, at 60c 7 20 

3. 2 boxes bath brick, at 70c 140 

3. 1 box No. 4 Mason's blacking, 3 doz., at 35c. . 1 05 

" 12. 52 gals, perfection oil, at 12c 6 24 

" 12. 5 bbls. oatmeal,, at $4.50 22 50 

" 12. 1 wooden bowl, 15 in 15 

" 12. 2 bundles paper bags. No. 20, 50 per cent, off 5 00 

" 12. 1 bbl. salt in 100-3 bags 150 

" 17. 50 doz. fibre chambers, at $3.05 152 50 

" 24. 50 lbs. crown raisins, at 7c. 3 50 

" 24. 30 lbs. bulk currants, at 7c 2 10 

" 24. 183 lbs. cheese, at 12y2C 22 88 

Total $1-624 00 



17— Central insane. 



258 

VOUCHER No. 663. WM. B. BURFORD. 
1904. 

Oct. 1. 500 progi-ams, % folio, printed $4 80 

3. 1,250 advice cards, men, 2 sides . 3 25 

3. 1,250 advice cards, women, 2 sides 3 25 

3. 1 desli pad 100 

5. 5,000 daily reports, % d. cap., r. and p 61 70 

7. 1 double turtle back inkstand 2 50 

7. 1 doz. balls hemp t^^ine. 3 60 

12. 2 reams T. W. paper 3 00 

12. 1,000 clothing cards, men 15 00 

18. 4 clothing records, 8% qr. each, % bd., ptd. . . 23 10 

20. 200 vouchers, % d. cap., r. and p 4 10 

27. 8 qr. admission record, jnen, d. cap., ptd., full 

bd. 14 40 

27. Patent binding . 1 95 

27. 2% qr. index to admission record, men, demy, 

ptd., % bd 2 75 

27. 4% qr. journal of movements, men, d. cap., 

ptd,, full bd. 8 55 

27. 4% qr. journal of movements, women, d. cap., 

ptd., full bd 8 55 

27. 58% qr. clothing records, cap., ptd., % bd 29 75 

27. 1,000 ptd. letter heads, linen 3 90 

27. 1,000 2-on-sheet letters 2 45 

Total $197 60 



VOUCHER No. 664. INDIANAPOLIS ABATTOIR CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 4. 4,055 lbs. beef, at $5.18 $210 05 

4. 1,256 lbs. pork loins, at $11.48 144 19 

6. 1,320 lbs. hams,^ at $10.48 138 34 

6. 2,177 lbs. lard, at $7.48 162 84 

6. 2,979 lbs. beef, at $5.18 154 31 

11. 4,756 lbs. beef, at $5.18 246 36 

11. 1,250 lbs. pork loins, at $11.48 143 50 

12. 1,330 lbs. hams, at $10.48 139 38 

17. 4,529 lbs. beef, at $5.18 234 60 

18. 1,262 lbs. pork loins, at $11.48 144 88 

20. 1,320 lbs. hams, at $10.48 138 34 

20. 2,240 lbs. lard, at $7.48 167 55 

21. 4,399 lbs. beef, at $5.18 227 87 

25. 1,248 lbs. pork loins, at $11.48 143 27 

26. 4,.306 lbs. beef, at $5.18 228 65 

26. 1,345 lbs. hams, at $10.48. 140 96 

Total $2,765 09 



259 



VOUCHER No. 665. A. B. MEYER & CO. 

1904, 

Opt, 31. 1,274 1,800-2000 ton^ Linton No. 4 nut and 

slack, at $1.39 .$1,772 11 

•" 31. 334 600-2000 tons Linton No. 4 mine run, at 

?1.C5 . . . , 551 59 

■" 31. 50 bu. lump colve, at 12c 6 00 

'•' 3 J; 3 tons egg anthracite coal, at $7,50. ....,..., 22 50 

Total ..,...,,.,.,.,.., $2,352 20 

yOpCHEiR No. 6>66. -JOHN OSTERMAN. 
1904, 

Oct. 31, 5,115 gals, nijlk, at lie. .,,,.. , $562 65 

Total ,,...,.,.,.,.,., $562 65 

VOUCHER No, 667, ELI MARVIN. 
1904. 

Oct. 31. Railroad fares between Frankfort and In- 
dianapolis during the months of August, 

September and October, 1904—14 trips $12 60 

" 31. Hotel fares and street car fares 3 75 

" 31. Salary as trustee, 3 months ending Oct. 31, 

1904 75 00 

Total $91 35 

VOUCHER No. 668. FREMONT GOODWINE. 
1904. 
Oct. 31. Salary for 6 months as trustee, ending Oct. 

31, 1904 $150 00 

" 31. R. R. fare, 10 round trips 35 60 

" 31. Hotel bills, etc 14 40 

Total $200 00 

VOUCHER No. 669. SIMON P. NEIDIGH. 
1904. 

Oct. 31. Street car fares for November, 1903 $4 00 

" 31. Street car fares for December, 1903 3 50 

" 3i; Street car fares for January, 1904 3 00 

" 81. Street car fares for February, 1904 3 00 

" 31. Street car fares for March, 1904 3 00 

" 31. Street car fares for April, 1904 3 00 

" 3i; Street car fares for May, 1904 3 50 

" 31. Street car fares for June, 1904 3 25 

" 31. Street car fares for July, 1904 4 00 

" 31. Street car fares for August, 1904 2 00 

" 31. Street car fares for September, 1904 3 75 

" 31. Street car fares for October, 1904 4 00 

Total $40 00 



260 

VOUCHER No. 670. ARMOUR & CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 1. GUO lbs. butteriue, at $11.58 $69 48 

3. 1,000 lbs. butterine, at $11.58 115 80 

S. 1,600 lbs. butterine, at $11.58 185 28 

■• 18. 1,600 lbs. butterine, at $11.58 185 28 

" 22. 1,600 lbs. butterine; at $11.58 185 28 

Total $741 12 

VOUCHER No. 671. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. 

1904. 

Oct. 31. Telegraphing, per statement rendered $0 77 

Total $0 77 

VOUCHER No. 672. NEW TELEPHONE CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 31. Toll service for October, 1904 $0 45 

Total $0 45 

VOUCHER No. 673. CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE CO. 

1904. 

Oct. 29. September tolls, per bills $2 50 

Total $2 50 

VOUCHER No. 674. GEORGE F. BDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
Oct. 31. To cash paid to: 

" 1. Harry Claffey, for 1 week in butcher shop. . . $10 00 

" 1. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 1. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 1. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 1. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house. .T. 12 60 

" 1. Dan Coy, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 1. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 1. Simon Bauer, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 1. George F. McGinnis, for box rent Oct. to Jan., 

1905 : 3 00 

" 3. Henry A. Dreer, for plants, bulbs 4 84 

" 4. George F. McGinnis, for stamps 25 00 

" 6. Standard Publishing Co., for Sunday School 

supplies, Oct.-Jan., 1905 35 50 

" 8. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

8. C. C. Perkins, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

8. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days labor , . 12 60 

8. Dan Coy, for 2 days boiler house 3 60 

" 8. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

8. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 



261 

VOUCHER No. 674-Coiitinued. 
1904. 

Oct. 8. Simon Bauer, for 7 days boiler house $12 60 

8. Ralpli Maddox, for 3 days boiler house 5 40 

" 8. Harry Claffey, for 1 week butcher shop 10 00 

" 10. Charles J. Gardner, for meats 1 08 

" 10. T. E. Aydelotte, sheriff, for return eloped 

patient, Franklin Wright 12 70 

" 31. Columbia Grocery Co., for fruit and produce 8 16 

" 10. Ida V. Smith, for entertainment 16 00 

" 11. Indianapolis Star Co. for subscription, 3 

copies, Oct. 11, 1904 to Oct. 11, 1905 10 95 

" 15. Harry Claffey, for 1 week in butcher shop. .. 10 00 

" 15. James Noe, 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 15. C. C. Perkins, 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 15. Noah L. Hardin, for 6 9-12 days boiler house 12 15 

" 15. Tim Welsh, for 6 8-12 days boiler house 12 00 

" l5. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house. ... 12 60 

" 15. Simon Bauer, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 15. Ralph Maddox, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 20. George F. McGinnis, for stamps 25 00 

" 21. Jas. T. Smith, sheriff, for return escaped pa- 
tient Edward Newland 21 20 

" 21. Henry Beiser, for music 11 25 

" 22. Harry Caffey, for 1 week butcher shop 10 00 

" 22. C. C. Perkins, 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 22. James Noe, 7 days boiler house 15 12 

"- 22. Noah L. Hardin, for 7 days labor boiler house 12 60 

" 22. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 22. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house... 12 60 

" 22. Simon Bauer, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 22. Ralph Maddox, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 24. Christian Busch, for mending restraints 1 15 

" 28. Columbia Grocery Co., for produce 12 78 

" 28. Chas. J. Gardner, for meats 1 46 

" 29. Wilbur G. Austin, for freight and charges ... 5 73 

«' 29. Harry Claffey, for 1 week butcher shop 10 00 

" 29. James Noe, for 7 days boiler house 15 12 

" 29. C. C. Perkins, for 6 days boiler house 12 96 

" 29. Noah L. Hardin, 6 6-12 days boiler house 11 70 

" 29. Scott Pennington, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 29. Tim Welsh, for 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 29. Ralph Maddox, for 7 clays boiler house 12 60 

" 29. Simon Bauer, 7 days boiler house 12 60 

" 29. Harry A. Dreer, for bulbs 2 43 

" 31. Oct. 29, To Geo. F. Edenharter for street car 

fare from Nov. 1, 1903, to Oct. 28, 1904. ... 25 00 



Total ?'?32 3§ 



262 

VOUCHER No. 675. GEORGE F. BDBNHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
Oct. 31. Main pay roll, October, 1904 .$7,493 76 

Total .- $7,493 76 



VOUCHER No. 676. ALBERT M. ADAMS. 
1904. 
Oct. 31. To 5 trips to Indianapolis via Crawfordsville, 

$3.48 $17 40 

" 31. To board and car fare (street car fare) 3 40 

" 31. Salary as Trustee, 3 months ending Oct. 31, 

1904 , 75 00 

Total .■ $95 80 

Total $292,957 88 

Less cost in contingent fund 2,000 00 

Sum total from Mamtenance Fund $290,957 88 



EXHIBIT ^0. 14. 



AN ITEMIZED ACCOUNT OF EXPENDITURES PAID FROM 

REPAIR FUND DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 

OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

VOUCHER No. 1. THE SINKER-DAVIS CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 30. 2 pieces 3-16 in. stud $6 00 

" 80. Wauket's time, Saturday, 3 hours 1 .50 

" .30. Street car fare 30 

" 30. lOyoXlVa-in. bolts 25 

" 30. Wauket's time, Sunday, 20 hours 10 00 

" 30. Walker's time, Sunday, 20 hours 6 00 

" 30. Paid transfer 75 

Total $24 80 

VOUCHER No. 2. ANDERSON BRUNER. 
1903. 

Nov. 10. To laying connections from downspouts from 

tlie Laiuidry Building to main sewer, pipes 

heretofore connected with dry well . ,$12 00 

Total $12 00 



263 

VOUCHER No. 3. CENTRAL SUPPLY CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 7. 40 lbs. % valve asbestos packing $34 00 

" 7. 20 lbs % valve asbestos packing 17 00 

Total $51 00 

VOUCHER No. 4. ESTA F. CULBERTSON. 
1903. 

Nov. 1. 2 new bar shoes and 2 new shoes $3 00 

'■ 1. Drilling out tank bands 50 

" 2. Making 2 chisels and 4 new shoes 2 10 

" 5. 4 new shoes 1 50 

" 11. 2 new shoes and 2 rubber bar pads 3 00 

" 12. Repairs on kraut machines 50 

" 14. Making splash bar for greenhouse 1 25 

" 17. Repair window screen 65 

" 20. New legs on laundry cart and 4 new shoes. . . 4 75 

" 21, Making furnace door bakeshop 1 75 

" 22. Repairs on bakery flue damper 5 25 

" 27. Repairs on furnace tools 75 

" 28. 20 new shoes and 8 old shoes, repair lever. . . 9 90 

" 30. 3 splash bars and making one shaker 3 65 

Total . .' . $38 55 

VOUCHER No. 5. THE J. C. BURKHART CO. 

1903. 

Oct. 20. Palntiug gutters new hospital $56 00 

" 26. Painting boiler 1 00 

" 26. Painting skylight 3 50 

Nov. 13. Painting ice plant 20 00 

" 13. Painting iron grates in morgue 12 50 

Total $93 00 

VOUCHER No. 6. FRED H. LAAKMAN. 
1903. 

Nov. 30. Covering with cement the dry Avell with an 

iron manhole $8 50 

Total $8 50 

VOUCHER No. 7. DANIEL STEWART CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 1. 1,000 lbs. lead $65 00 

1. ■ 350 lbs. putty 6 13 

1, 50%gal. boiled oil 17 74 

" 1. 52 1-7 gal. turpentine 32 33 

" IS. 5 gal N. F. oil 3 75 

'■ 18. 2 gal. alcohol 6 00 

'' 18. 5 lbs. lunii) alum 20 

Totfil , - ■ -fl^l !."» 



264 



1903. 

Nov. 10. 
" 10. 
" 10. 
'• 10. 
" 10. 



VOUCHER No. 8. JOSEPH GARDNER. 

100 lbs. B. W. Blatchford & Co.'s solder $22 00 

2 boxes N. & G. Taylor tin 60 50 

1 tinner's fire pot 6 75 

1 tinner's riveting hammer 75 

1 steel oil can 65 

Total 



$90 65 



VOUCHER No. 9. ROBERT L. McOUAT. 
1903. 

Nov. 10. 100 yds. No. 16 lamp cord $4 32 

" 20. Stick trotters comm compound 1 00 

Total 



$5 32 



VOUCHER No. 10. GEORGE F. EJ>ENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1903. . 

Nov. 30. Repair paj^-roll for November, 1903 $386 10 

Total $386 10 



VOUCHER No. 11. KNIGHT & JILLSON CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 6. 216 ft. IV2 Byers blk pipe, at $7.77 $16 83 

6. 4,134 ft. % Byers blk pipe, at $3.30 13 04 

" 6. 208 ft. % Byers blk pipe, at $1.96 4 08 

6. 117 lbs. No. 1 white waste, at $8.25 9 65 

" 6. 50 lbs. caustic soda 3 25 

6. 25 lbs. Vs rainbow packing, at 48c 12 00 

6. 24 1 lb. cans U. S. metal polish 4 00 

" 6. 50 % C. I. tees 114 

" 6. .50 % mal tees 11% lbs 1 37 

6. 24 i/s mal ells, IValbs 35 

6. 24 Vs mal tees, 2 lbs. 35 

" 6. 50 1-in. star rubber washers 2 10 

" 6. 24 Ys L. S. rad air valves and keys 2 04 

" 6. 3 plumber's friends 2 10 

" 13. 24 IV2 rubber bath washers 75 

" 13. 12 IVo basin gaskets . 35 

" 13. 24 % L. S. air valves and keys 2 04 

" 25. 1-3 expansion flue brushes 1 20 

" 25. 1-4 expansion flue brushes 1 60 

Total 



$78 84 



265 



1903. 
Nov. 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 



VOUCHER No. 12. HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO. 



1 400 amp 3 P. J. K. ser for sun board $14 65 



24 brass screws and nuts . . . . 

10 rolls friction tape 

2 boxes soldering 

9% lbs. solder, at 22c 

2 bolts and nuts, at 8c 

1 roll rubber tape 

40 % pipe straps 

Labor 101 hours time, at 50c. 
Labor 27 hours time, at 35c. . 



3 25 

2 00 
40 

2 15 

15 

70 

20 

50 50 

9 45 



Total 

VOUCHER No. 13. CHRISTIAN OFF & CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 13. Repair roof greenhouse per contract $554 00 



Total 



VOUCHER No. 14. ESTA F. CULBERTSON. 



1903. 
Dec. 1. 

1. 
" 5. 

7. 
" 9. 
" 9. 
" 9. 
" 9. 
" 11. 
" 12. 
" 14. 
" 16. 
" 17. 
" 18. 
" 18. 
" 19. 
" 21. 
" 22. 
" 26. 
" 26. 
" 28. 



1903. 



Making 2 scrapers 

8 old shoes 

4 old shoes 

2 eye bolts 

16 old and 4 new shoes put on 

Repairs laundry wagon 

Making 1 clevis 

Repair ice hooks 

16 old shoes put on 

Making S small steam fitters tools 

12 old shoes put on 

4 old and 8 new shoes 

8 new shoes 

Duplicating casting for stove 

Repair 2 machine cranks 

16 old shoes 

1 chiseled poker 

8 new and 4 old shoes 

14 old and 2 new shoes 

1 pair shafts, cross bar and single on dray. 
4 old shoes 



$0 50 


2 00 


1 00 


15 


5 50 


1 00 


40 


10 


4 00 


1 05 


3 00 


4 00 


3 00 


60 


40 


4 00 


90 


4 00 


4 25 


4 50 


1 00 



Total 



VOUCHER No. 15. MICHIGAN LUMBER CO. 



$83 45 



$554 00 



$45 35 



Dec. 15. 2,604 ft. 4-in. A. Y. P. flooring, at $25.00 $65 10 



Total 



$65 10 



266 



VOUCHER No. 16. CLARK & SONS. 



1903. 
Dec. 3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 



1903. 
Doc. 31. 
" 31. 
" 31. 



1903. 



3 closets, at $10.20 

30 lbs. solder, at 25c 

1 4-ln. drum trap 

90 hours time, at 75c 

1 washout closet 

1 li/4-in. rubber ell 

1 2-in. rubber ell 

1 4-in. lead bend 

1 4-in. ferrule 

1 2-in. ferrule 

2 ft. li/4-in. lead pipe, at 30c. 

1 1%-in. cudell trap 

1 l%x8 in. lead ferrule 

1 2-in. Durham tee 

2 2-in. flanges, at 15c 

2 gal. gasoline, at 15c 

8 lbs. lead and oakum 

2 ft. 4-in. lead pipe, at 40c. .. 

4 lbs. putty 



$30 


60 


7 


50 


1 


65 


67 


50 


11 


00 




65 




90 




90 




50 




30 




60 


1 


40 




45 




60 




30 




30 




80 




80 




12 



Total 

VOUCHER No. 17. 



HARMON & HALL. 



700 lbs. galv. iron $140 00 

Block iron pipe and fittings 25 00 

Labor and connecting copper kettle 30 00 



Total 

VOUCHER No. 18. ROBERT L. McOUAT. 



Dee. 21. 50 ed keys sockets, at 16i/rC 

" 21. 6 ed' att plugs, at lie 

" 21. 100 yds. No. 16 C. C. L. C 

" 30. 12 small sticks Trotters com. comp. 

Total 



$8 25 


66 


4 32 


2 50 



$126 87 



$195 00 



$15 7; 



VOUCHER No. 19. REMINGTON TYPEWRITER COMPANY. 
1903. 
Dec. 22. Parts and time adjusting typeAvritev 8-5 684. $4 68 



Total $4 68 

VOUCHER No. 20. CEORCE F. EDENHARTER. Superintendent. 
1903. 
Dec. 31. Repair piiy-roll for December, 1903 $380 00 

Total ,,..., . . , . , , . . ■ $380 OQ 



267 



VOUCHER No. 21. CHARLES F. WELKING & CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 12. Repair boilers brick mason's time, 16 lioiirs, 

at $1.40 $22 40 

" 12. Tender's time 8 hours, at 70c 5 GO 

Total 



$28 00 



VOUCHER No. 22. D. V. REEDY & CO. 



1903. 












Dec. 21. 


Repairing teeth, etc., 
time 6% hoin-s . . . 


elevator : 


Matt 


Klein's 


$3 90 


" 21. 


Baule time 2 hours. 








1 20 


" 21. 


Mann time 5 hours. 








8 00 


" 21. 


Criss time .5 hours. 








3 00 


" 21. 


Car fare 








20 


" 21. 


Material for teeth. . 
Total 








20 









$11 50 



VOUCHER No. 23. THE SINKER-DAVIS CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 1. 40 30Vo-in. grate bars. 1,280 lbs 

9. Lannigan's time rolling flues, 10 iiours... 

9. Walker's time rolling flues, 10 hours 

9. Street car fares 

12. Wm. Leary's time, 9 hours 

12. L. Johnson's time, 9 hours 

12. Street car fares 



Total 



.$38 


40 


5 


00 


5 


00 




20 


4 


50 


4 


50 




20 



$57 80 



VOUCHER No. 24. THE AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO. 

1903. 
Dec. 9. 2 17 T pinions, at $2.25 $4 50 

" 9. 2 30 T intermediate gears for No. 63 washers, 

at $3..50 7 00 



Total 



$11 50 



VOUCHER No. 25. DANIEL STEWART CO. 
1903. 
Dec. 2. 101 gal. turpentine $63 13 



4. 

22. 



104 4-15 gal. oil 

4 doz. La Page glue 

500 ft. glass, .5x10; 400 ft. glass 5x11. 
20 lbs. bone black 



35 46 

15 00 

54 00 

2 40 



5 boxes glass, 8x10 18 38 



Total 



$;88 37 



268 

VOUCHER No. 26. KNIGHT & JILLSON CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 1. 208.6 ft. 2-in. Byers black pipe, at $9.94 $20 72 

1. 214 ft. 14-in. Byers black pipe, at $190 4 07 

1. 218.9 ft. Vs Byers black pipe, at $1.90 4 16 

1. 24 2x1 C. I. ells 3 22 

1. 12 3x2 C. I. ells 4 27 

1. 12 3x2x3 C. I. ells 4 27 

1. 24 l%xlx% C. I. ells 1 85 

1. 24 114x1/0 C. I. ells 1 85 

1. 24 li/oxlxli/a C. I. ells 2 25 

1. 12 21/2x11/2 C. I. ells 2 83 

1. 6 4 flange unions 3 15 

1. 6 3 flange unions 2 25 

1. 6 21/2 flange unions 1 88 

1. 12 3x2 bushings. .. 81 

1. 6 3x21/2 bushings 81 

1. 50 1% C. I. ells 2 28 

1. 50 11/2 C. I. ells 2 85 

1. 24 2 C. I. ells 190 

1. 50 % C. I. ells..... 171 

1. 3 5 C. I. ells 171 

1. 3 6 C. I. ells 2 36 

1. 3 6 C. I. tees 3 42 

1. 3 5 C. I. tees 2 57 

1. 24 % Crane ceiling plates 1 19 

1. 24 114 Crane ceiling plates 1 73 

1. 24 1 Crane ceiling plates 1 52 

1. 24 1% Crane ceiling plates 2 16 

1. 24 2 Crane ceiling plates 2 70 

1. 200 ft. rawhide C. L. leathers 72 

1. 200 ft. rawhide C. L. leathers 90 

1. 200 ft. rawhide C. L. leathers 1 08 

1. 50 lbs. No. 1 white waste 4 13 

1. 111/1 lbs. eclipse packing, at 65c 7 31 

1.13 expansion flue brush 90 

1. 1 4 expansion flue brush 1 20 

1. 6 pair No. 6 Pease comb pliers 3 00 

1. 6 21 boxwood rules 1 50 

9. 50 ft. 1-in. 6 ply steam hose, at 371/2C 18 75 

9. 3 1 steam hose couplings, at 55c 1 65 

9. 12 V/jx3 ply hose bands 1 20 

17. 12 %xl8 gauge glasses, at $6.60; 6 %x20 gauge 

glasses, 744 doz., at $3.72, less 75 per cent. . ,2 58 



$131 41 

17. Cr. by return goods, Dec. 16 $18 75 

17. Cr. by eiTors 3 20 

21 95 

Total $109 46 



269 

VOUCHER No. 27. KIRKHOFF BROS. 
1903. 

Dec. 31. 4% doz. Jenkins imp. air valves $41 07 

" 31. 880 ft. perf. P. indirect steam radiators 220 00 

" 31. 24 bolts and washers 75 

" 31. 4 left and 5 do hand grate bars for 40-10 M. B 49 95 

" 31. 1 can boiler cement 75 

" 31. 14 lb. Saturn packing 10 50 

" 31. 24 %xy8 ells 96 

" 31. 681/2 days steamfitter's time 438 40 

" 31. 53 days steam helpers time 169 60 

" 31. 1 20-loop 38-in. eclipse radiator, 110 ft 33 00 

" 31. 1 1 angle radiator valve 1 10 

" 31. 1 % angle radiator valve 90 

" 31. 1 Allen automatic air valve 85 

" 31. Time putting in radiator in steward's office . . 8 40 

" 31. Car fares 10 05 



Total . $980 88 

VOUCHER No. 28. GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 8. 10 lbs. 049 res wire, at 60c $6 00 

" 31. 24 opal inner globes, at $1.55 3 10 

" 31. Packing 30 



Total $9 40 

VOUCHER No. 29. DUCKWALL-HARMAN RUBBER & SUPPLY CO. 

1904. 
Jan. 16. 160 Shelby incandescent lamps, at lOi/oc $26 40 



Total $26 40 

VOUCHER No. 30. ROBERT L. McOUAT. 
1904. 

Jan. 20. 50 ed W. P. porcelain sockets, at 121/2C $6 25 

" 20. 6 lbs. varmack tape, at 35c 2 10 



Total • • • $8 35 

VOUCHER No. 31. KNIGHT & JILLSON CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 5. 42 7-12 ft. 41/3 Byers W. I. pipe, at $36.14. .. . $15 45 

5. 39.10 ft. 4 Byers W. I. pipe, at $30.02 11 95 

5. 43 ft. 31/2 Byers W. I. pipe, at $26.41 H 35 

5. 41.6 ft. 3 Byers W. I. pipe, at $20.99 8 72 

5. 61.8 ft. 214 Byers W. I. pipe, at $15.99 9 87 

5. 24 2 C. L ells 182 

5. 24 11/2 C. I. ells 1 3<^ 



270 



VOUCHER No. 31— Continued. 
1904. 

Jan. 5. 48 114 C. I. ells f 2 07 

" 5. 48 % C. I. ells 1 <H 

5. 48 1/3 C. I. ells TS 

5. 41 1x14 C. I. ells.. 132 

" 5. 48 1/0 C. I. tees..... 117 

" 5. 48 1/4 C. I. tees... .. ...., 1 04 

" 5. 24 1 plugs. ..,...,......,. 22 

5. 48 % plugs .. 33 

5. 48 i/ixi/s bushings ..^ , . 6J 

" 5. 24 2 unions . 4 86 

f 5. 24 IVo unions 3 77 

5. 48 % unions , 3 50 

*' 5. 48 14 unioijs , . 2 34 

" 5. 48 114x1 reducers - 2 33 

" 5. 48 lx% reducers 1 54 

" 5. 48 %xi/2 reducers 110 

" 5. 48 % R. and L. couplings 92 

" 5. 24 2 C. I. 450 ells 2 20 

" 5. 48 1 C. I. 450 ells 155 

5. 48 % C. I. 450 ells 130 

5. 24 11/3 mall caps 141 

" 5. 3 2 Chapman gate valves 10 35 

" 5. 3 1^2 Chapman gate valves 6 75 

" 5. 3 1% Chapman gate valves 5 04 

" 5. 4 1 Chapman gate valves 5 52 

" 5. 6 % Chapman gate valves 5 94 

" 5. 6 V2 Chapman gate valves 4 86 

5. 3 2 A. D. globe valves 9 19 

" 5. 3 11/3 A. D. globe valves 5 20 

5. 3 114 A. D. globe valves 4 00 

" 5. 6 1 A. D. globe valves 5 59 

5. 3 % A. D. globe valves 2 20 

5. 12 1/2 A. D. globe valves 6 38 

" 5. 53 gal. crescent cranks case oil S. B 9 81 

" 20. 48 brass keys 4 80 

" 21. 7 lx% C. I. ells 23 

" 21. 24 1 unions . 2 15 

" 21. 9 % A. D. globe valves 6 58 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 32. JOSEPH GARDNER. 
1904. 

Jan. 25. 1 bundle No. 12 coppered iron wire $3 85 

" 25. 26 Brass couplings 11 75 

" 25. 10 gross handle caps 7 50 

Total 



$190 35 



$23 10 



2T1 

VOUCHER No. 33. THE AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY GO. 

1904. 

Jan. 22. 1 brass step $9 25 

" 22. 1 oil nut 1 25 

'^ 22. 1 spring- nut in the rougli for 30 in. American 

Extractor 38 

Total , . , , , . . , $J0 88 



VOUCHER No. 34. PRANCKE HARDWARE CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 2. 80 lbs. i/o cord at 271/0 $22 00 

" 7. 1/g doz. No. 109 hand bells, 1900. 3 17 

*' 8. 1 sifter ..,.. , , 15 

Total $25 32 



VOUCHER No. 35. CHRISTIAN OFF & CO. 
1904. 
Jan. 30. Glass roof for north and south wings of 

greenhouse $647 OO 



Total $647 00 



VOUCHER No. 36. ESTA F. CULBERTSON. 
1904. 

Jan. 1. 4 new and 12 old shoes shod $4 50 

5. Making 2 wrenches for fire extinguishers. ... 1 80 

" 9. Repair wheelbarrow 1 50 

9. Shoeing 12 old shoes 3 00 

" 11. Shoeing 28 old shoes 7 00 

" 12. Shoeing 8 old shoes 2 00 

" 16. Shoeing 12 old shoes 3 00 

" 16. Dressing 6 , chisels 60 

" 18. Shoeing 4 old shoes 1 00 

" 23. Shoeing 8 old shoes and 8 new shoes 5 00 

" 25. Shoeing 8 old shoes 2 00 

" 27. 4 splash bars made from pipe 2 40 

" 27. Ironing 1 tank bottom and ends 190 

" 27. Making 2 chiseled pokers 1 80 

" 27. Dressing 6 chisels 60 

" 30. Making pair searching tongs, 4-ft. steel 2 50 

Total , $4060 



272 



VOUCHER No. 38. KIRKHOFF BROS. & CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 20. 24 %xys ells $0 96 

30. 411/^ lbs. best rainbow packing 27 30 

30. 53 days time, fitter 339 20 

30. 47 days time, helper 150 40 

30. Car fare 7 20 

30. 1 Verona radiator, 32 in. high, 59 ft, at 33e. . 19 47 

30. 1 1% Jea Bros. N. P. A. O. car radiator valve 3 90 

30. 1 Allen automatic air valve 85 

30. 2 1% ells 20 

30. 2 114 ells, 45 degrees 22 

30. Bronze and liquid 95 

30. 4 1% nipples, 3 in 76 

30. Car fare 30 

30. Time putting up radiator private office D. F. 

M 8 80 

Total 



$560 51 



1904. 
Feb. 23. 
" 23. 
" 23. 
" 23. 
" 23. 
" 23. 



VOUCHER No. 39. JOSEPH GARDNER. 

1 gross wrought kettle ears tinned $1 00 

1 dozen sections 3 in. galv. iron down spouts 6 20 

1 bundle No. 14 coppered ii'on wire 3 85 

1 pair soldering coppers, 3 in straight 1 85 

1 pair soldering coppers, 3 in. bottom 2 20 

10 lbs. % in. tinned nails 1 45 

Total 



$16 55 



VOUCHER No. 40. HIDE, LEATHER AND BELTING COMPANY. 

1904. 

Jan. 30. 2 4-12 feet 10 in. single volt belt 220 $5 13 

Less 60-10 per cent 3 28 

$1 85 

" 30. 9yo hours labor at 50c 4 75 

Total $6 60 

VOUCHER No. 41. THE AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO. 

1904. 
Feb. 8. 3 spring nuts in the rought for 80 in Ameri- 
can Extractor $1 14 



Total 



$1 14 



273 



VOUCHER No. 42. ESTA F. CULBERTSON. 



1904. 
Feb. 1. 
1. 
" 3. 
" 5. 
" 5. 
" 9. 
" 11. 
" 13. 
" 18. 
" 19. 
" 23. 
" 23. 
" 23. 
" 24. 
" 27. 

'< OT 



1904. 
Feb. : 



Repair laundry wagon 

4 old shoes shod 

2 slotted irons for Frost 

10 old and 2 new shoes shod 

Repairs on two-horse wagon 

Making 12 cold chisels 

Making tool for cleaning scales 

Repair latch on ice box 

14 old and 2 new shoes shod 

Making splash bar and repair furnace tools. . 
Making 12 handles 22x% oval iron, McQueen 

2 new pokers 

Repair on furnace tools 

laying two picks 

4 new and 4 old shoes shod 

Repairs on two-horse wagon 



$1 50 



1 


00 




50 


2 


25 




50 


2 


40 




80 




25 


4 


25 


2 


60 


1 


50 


1 


60 


1 


50 


2 


00 


2 


50 


3 


25 



Total 



VOUCHER No. 43. KNIGHT & JILLSON CO. 



48 iron keys 

519 feet 1 in. Byers pipe at $4.35 

309.5 feet 1% in. Byers pipe at $5.92 

306 10.12 feet li^ in Byers pipe at $7.11 

50 feet % rubber tubing 

125 lbs. Avhite waste at 814c 

38 lbs. Vs Rainbow packing at 48c 

30 lbs. 1-16 rainbow packing at 48c 

llYs lbs. 1/2 r. P. P. packing at 65c 

14 lbs. 9-16 P. P. P. packing at 65c 

500 % brass washers 

300 1/3 fiber washers 

300 % fiber washers 

300 % fiber washers 

300 '% fiber washers 

200 % Fuller balls 

100 1/0 Fuller balls 

100 % Fuller balls 

100 1/2 moulded gaskets for gauge glasses 

100 % moulded gaskets for gauge glasses 

100 % moulded gaskets for gauge glasses... 

50 114 C. I. ells 

50 1 C. I. ells 

50 1/2 C. I. ells 

50 114x1 C. I. eUs 

50 lx% C. I. ells 

48 file handles, assorted, soft wood, brass 
ferrules 



$2 40 


22 58 


18 32 


21 81 


1 62 


10 31 


18 24 


14 40 


7 72 


9 10 


2 50 


50 


50 


60 


75 


2 00 


1 00 


1 00 


35 


35 


35 


2 11 


1 40 


79 


2 37 


1 58 



$27 40 



18— Central Insane. 



274 

VOUCHER No. 43— Continued. 
1904. 

Feb. 4. 6 S. C. Cornell basin cocks $10 20 

4. 3 10 in knife handle Goes wrenches 1 47 

" 4. 3 12 in. knife handle Coes wrenches ^. . 1 71 

" 4. 2 18 in. knife handle Coes ^Trenches 2 44 

" 4. 1 10 in sweep Peck's patent ratchet brace ^ ... 1 50 

4. 1 9 in. long Stanley steel plane 2 % cutter. . . 1 50 

" 4. 1 Wilkans folding adj. hdl. draw knife No. 3 1 50 

" 4. 6 No. 14 Draper steel oilers 1 85 

" 16. 3 Plumbers Friends at 75c 2 25 

" 26. 50 ft. 1 in. 4 ply steam hose 83=4150 70% ... 12 45 

" 26. 6 1 in. couplings steam hose at $18 doz. ..$9 00 

" 26. 24 V/i 4 ply Sherman hose bands at $2.50 

dozen ' 5 00 



Less 65 per cent $9 10 



4 90 



" 27. 1 14x17 P. O. M. I. basin 180 

Total $188 87 

VOUCHER No. 44. ROBERT L. McOUAT. 
1904. 

Feb. 8. 100 yards No. 14 C. C. lamp cord $7 56 • 

8. 100 yards No. 16 C. C. lamp cord 4 32 



Total $11 88 

VOUCHER No. 45. DANIEL STEWART CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 29. 60 lights 12x20 Dra mirror 

" 29. 27 lights 18x30 Dra mirror 

'• 29. 1 light 18x30 Dra mirror $104 05 



Total $104 05 

VOUCHER No. 46. GEORGE F. BDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
Feb. 29. Repair pay roll. February, 1904 $383 35 



Total $.383 35 

VOUCHER No. 47. ANDERSON BRUNER. 
1904. 
Feb. 1."). Opening main sewer in field near Eagle 
Creek, choked by bricks and clothes, and 
netting manhole covers $10 00 

Total $10 00 



275 



VOUCHER No. 48. BALKE & KRAUSS CO. 
1904. 
Feb. 17. 3,000 feet No. 1 Com. W. P. boards 78x6x12. 

at $26.00 .i;7S 00 

" 17. 3,000 feet No. 1 Com. W. P. boards 1x12x10, 

rough, at $28.50 85 50 

" 17. 1,000 feet clr. yel. %xl2 over 12 in., S. 2 S. at 

$56.00 56 00 

Total 



$219 50 



VOUCHER No. 49. KIRKHOFF BROS. & CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 29. 49% days' time, fitter $316 80 

" 29. 25 days' time, helper 80 00 

" 29. 3 4% in. cut and threads 90 

" 29. 12 Farley cushions 1 20 

" 29. 1 31/2 in. nipple, 9 in. long 80 

" 29. 1 4 in. nipple, 8 in. long 85 

" 29. 2 31/2x3 in. reduc. couplings 90 

" 29. 1 4x3% in. reduc. couplings 60 

" 29. Labor repairing boiler, greenhouse 11 00 

" 29. Car fare 6 70 

" 29. 2 radiator valve handles 30 

" 29. Bronze and liquid 70 

" 29. Car fare 40 

" 29. 1 day's time repairing radiator and putting 

on new handles in old trustees' room 9 60 

Total 



$430 75 



VOUCHER No. 50. THE STIRLING CO. 
1904. 
Feb. 18. 48 manhole gaskets at 25c $12 00 

Total • • • 

VOUCHER No. 51. THE SINKER-DAVIS CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 13. Pattern for cylinder bush $10 50 

" 13. 2 new brass cylinder bushings and turning 2 

plungers 43 00 

" 13. Boring 2 18% in. steam pump cylinders at 

asylum on bed 39 60 

" 13. 2 sets gas engine packing for same, complete 43 20 
" 13. 2 new piston rods, brass lined on one end 

and fitting to old heads 37 20 

" 13. 1 brass bolt 1 ♦jo 



$12 00 



276 

VOUCHER No. 51— Continued. . 
1904. 
Feb. 13. Facing ends of 2 water cylinders and putting 

pump together at night $60 00 

13. Time running shop at night 

13. Street car fares 

13. Drayage to and from asylum to shop .... 

13. 60 rubber pump valves at 75c 

13. By bill Feb. 26 for 1 new wi'ought tapped 

arm as per old one 

13. 1 new brass valve nut 

13. 1 patch as per turnplate 

13. 3 taper pins 

13. Putting strips on slide valve 

13. 2 1/2x2 bolts and 1 1/0x114 bolt 

13. Caseber's time patching pump cylinders, etc., 

33 hours 

" 13. Street car fares 

Total $336 20 

VOUCHER No. 52. SIMPLEX ELECTRIC HEATING CO. 

1904. 

Feb. 16. 6 No. 1505 irons 110 volts at $7.50 $45 00 

Less 25 per cent 11 25 

$33 75 



15 00 


1 


00 


5 


75 


45 


00 


10 


50 


1 


00 




90 




60 




75 




15 


19 80 




60 



Total $33 75 

VOUCHER No. 53. THE AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO. 

1904. 
March 14. 2 sets duck for 100 in. Mammoth mangle.. $24 40 



Total $24 40 

VOUCHER No. 54. GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. 
1904. 
Feb. 12. 400 16 C. P. 109 N. Ed. base at 18c. . .$72 00 
Less Ic on 400 above. Should be 17c. . 4 00 

$68 00 



Total $68 00 

VOUCHER No. .55. ROBERT L. McOUAT. 
1904. 
Mar. 11. 6 No. 63 Pol. brass fixtures, made up com- 
plete at $2.71 $16 26 

Total $16 26 



277 

VOUCHER No. 56. CENTRAL SUPPLY CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 29. 50 lbs. No. 1 white waste at 8%c $4 25 

" 29. 3 bags 

" 29. 24 %x24 gauge glasses at 10c 2 40 

" 29. 24 %x20 gauge glasses at 9c 2 10 

" 29. 180 1 in. fiber washers at 2c 3 60 

" 29. 200 1 in. Boss washers at %c 1 50 

" 29. 12 3 C. L ells at 20c 2 40 

" 29. 24 l%xl% bushings at 2c 48 

" 29. 24 l%xl bushings at li/oc 36 

" 29. 6 21/2 C. I. plug at 31/20 21 

" 29. 6 3 C. L plug at 5c 30 

" 29. 6 4 C. L plug at 81/20 51 

" 29. 6 3% C. I. plug at 71/20 45 

" 29. 12 21/3 close nipples at 8c 96 

" 29. 12 3 close nipples at 9%c 114 

" 29. 12 4 close nipples at 17c 2 04 

■ " 29. 12 4x4 close nipples at 24c 2 88 

" 29. 3 dbl. swing sqr. pol. brass buckets at 70c. . 2 10 

" 29. 12 12 in. Diamond files 2d cut 1 safe edge. . . 4 00 

" 29. 6 5 in. engineer rules at 35c 2 10 

" 29. 2 1/2 A. D. angle valves at 60c 1 20 

" 29. 6 2 in. Jenkins discs at 121/20 75 

" 12. 17% lbs. 11-16 P. P. P. packing. 

14ys lbs. 9-16 P. P. P. packing. 

19% lbs. % P. P. P. packing. 

14% lbs. % P. P. P. pacliing. 

2414 lbs. 1 P. P. P. packing. 
QVs lbs. 14 P. P. P. packing. 
6% lbs. 5-16 P. P. P. packing. 



lOSVs lbs. at 650 67 03 

Mar. 12. 1 Y^ bit stock taper reamer 27 

" 12. 1 5-16 bit stock taper reamer 30 

" 12. 1 % bit stock taper reamer 33 

" 12. 1 % bit stock taper reamer 42 

" 12. 1 9-16 bit stock taper reamer 48 

" 12. 1% bit stock taper reamer 54 

" 12. 1 11-16 bit stock taper reamer 63 

" 12. 1 % bit stock taper reamer 72 

" 12. 1 % bit stock taper reamer 96 

" 12. 1 1 bit stock taper reamer 1 20 

" 24. 12 % asbestos discs at 9c 1 08 

" 25. 20 1 fiber washers at 2o 40 

" 25. 4 1/2 A D angle valves at 60c 2 40 

" 25. 12 angle valves for bath fixtures No. 1 at 



$1.40 



16 80 



25. 12 angle valves for bath fixtures No. 2 at 

ipl.40 16 80 

Total $14615 



278 

VOUCHER No. 57. BSTA F. CULBERTSON. 
1904. 

JNIar. 3. 8 old shoes shod $2 00 

10. 6 steel machine bolts 60 

10. 19 18x18x1x1/2 steel tub bands 8 55 

12. 23 16x16x1x14 steel tub bands 9 20 

14. 8 old shoes shod 2 00 

19. 2 long water cock wrenches 1 70 

19. 4 new shoes shod 1 50 

28. Repair furnice tools 50 

29. Laying one maddie 50 

29. 10 oval steel tub hoops 2^x1^ 5 00 

Total $31 55 

VOUCHER No. 58. KNIGHT & JILLSON CO. 
1904. 
Mar. 3. 2 doz. bath washers l%xli/^ per sample furn. $2 50 



Total • $2 50 

VOUCHER No. 59. GEORGE F. BDBNHARTER, Superintendent 

1904. 

Mar. 31. Repair pay roll for March, 1904 $393 50 

Total $393 50 

VOUCHER No. 60. KIRKHOFF BROS. & CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 31. 591/2 days steam fitter $380 80 

" 31. 54% days steam fitter helper 174 40 

" 31. 88 hours plumber and helper 79 20 

" 31. Car fares : 23 80 

" 31. 1 5-in. Jenkins Bros. Globe valve 16 40 

" 31. 4 5-in. fiange unions 3 60 

" 31. 3 5-in. tees 3 15 

" 31. 4 5-in. ells 2 80 

" 31. 6 5-in. nipples 4 80 

" 31. 4 5-in. nipples 10 in. long 4 40 

" 31. 15 ft. 5-in. pipe 7 80 

" 31. 4 5-in. gaskets 2 40 

" 31. 18 ft. 5-in. pipe covering 5 40 

" 31. 80 ft. V2 block tin pipe, 6 oz., at 31i/oC 14 64 

" 31. 374 ft. 11/2-in. pipe 28 98 

" 31. 2 4-in. ells, 45 degrees 1 08 

" 31. 2 21/2-in. ells, 45 degi-ees 45 

" 31. 2 1-in. ells, 45 degrees 10 

" 31. 2 4-in. ells 90 

" 31. 12 2-in. ells 1 26 

" 31. 2 1-in. ells 08 



279 



VOUCHER No. GO— Coutiuued. 
1904. 

Mar. 31. 4 %-in. ells $0 12 

" 31. 20 %-ln. ells 40 

" 31. 2 IxVa in. crosses ^8 

" 31. 130 li/o saddles 3 90 

" 31. 3 Paul air valves 3 60 

" 31. 29 automatic air valves 21 75 

" 31. 1 4-in. nipple 39 

" 31. 4 2-in. nipples 50 

" 31. 2 4-in., 4 2i/2-iii. aiid 2 li/2-iu. hangers 1 66 

" 31. 2 boxes screws 60 

" 31. 24 idxi/s-in. mall ells 72 

" 31. 2 ft. 2%-in pipe 40 

" 31. 16 ft. iy2-in. pipe 1 98 

" 31. 2 2-in. P. «& C. check valves 6 50 

" 31. 2 2-in. gate valves 4 90 

•' 31. 2 14-in. Globe valves 50 

. " 31. 18 2-in. nipples ., 2 16 

" 31. 3 1%-in. nipples 29 

" 31. 4 1-in. nipples 24 

" 31. 6 %-in. nipples 21 

" 31. 20 Vs-in. nipples 63 

" 31. 1 4-in. tee 65 

" 31. 2 2-in. tees 30 

" 31. 2 14-in. tees 07 

" 31. 1 4x2y2-in. bushing 65 

" 31. 2 2-in. right and left couplings 38 

" 31. 2 1%-in. light and left couplings 26 

" 31. 8 glasses and washers for Bowers trap 1 55 

" 31. 79 IVorin. return bends O. P 16 59 

Total 



$828 62 



1904. 



VOUCHER No. 61. ANDERSON BRUNER. 



Mar. 10. Opening sewer in rear D. F. Men $6 00 

" 15. Opening and repairing sewer and putting in 

clean-out on line south of boiler room 30 00 



Total 



$36 00 



1904. 



VOUCHER No. 62. BALKE & KRAUSS CO. 

Apr. 16. 1,000 boards 73x31/4x16, Y. P. Fig $130 62 

' Total ' 



$130 62 



280 

VOUCHER No. 63. JOSEPH GARDNER. 
1904. 

Apr. 8. 2 bid. No. 20 30x96 Galv. iron $11 60 

8. 2 bid. No. 26 30x96 Galv. iron 11 85 

8. 2 bid. No. 24 30x96 soft steel 8 65 

8. 2 bid. No. 26 30x96 soft steel 8 85 

8. 1 bid. No. 5 coppered iron wire 2 60 

8. 1 bid. No. 12. coppered iron wire 2 85 

8. 1 bid. No. 14. coppered iron wire 3 00 

8. 120 ft. 3-in. Galv. iron down spout 5 00 

8. 120 ft. 4-in. Galv. iron down spout 6 00 

8. 100 lbs. E. W. Blatcbford XX solder 22 00 

Total $82 40 



VOUCHER No. 64. GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. 
1904. 
Mar. 28. 400 16-c. p. 109-v 3.5 W. Ed. base lamps at 17c $68^ 00 



Total .- . $68 00 



VOUCHER No. 65. MICHIGAN LUMBER CO. 
1904. 
Apr. 4. 4,000 ft. 1st common W. P. 1x12-16 S. 2 S. . . 

4. 1,008 ft. 1x12x16 poplar, S. 2 S. Bid $167 OO 



Total $167 00 



VOUCHER No. 66. THE LA FRANCE FIRE ENGINE CO. 

1904. 
Mar. 24. 1 nozzle and ring for No. 1 Bab. Extinguisber $2 25 
" 24. 6 pieces hose No. 1 Bab. Extinguisher at 

$1.25 ; 7 50 

" 24. 1 doz. rubber vises for same 60 

Total $10 35 



VOUCHER No. 67. THE STIRLING CO. 
. 1904. 
Feb. 17. 13 ii,-in. tube each No. 1, 2, 3, 5, 9 and 10; 

2 3%-in. tube No. 11 $18 37 

Apr. 19. 50 manhole gasliets 12 50 

Total $30 87 



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VOUCHER No. 68. HENRY VOGT MACHINE CO. 

10 lbs. Garlock packing .$10 00 

1 %-in. Fla. ammonia valve 3 75 

2 1-in. Fla. ammonia valve 8 00 

1 134-iii- Fla. ammonia valve 5 00 

1 piston rod complete 9 50 

Total $36 25 

VOUCHER No. 69. ESTA,F. CULBERTSON. 

12 new shoes shod $4 50 

Repair on farm tools and wagon 2 50 

4 new shoes shod 1 50 

4 new shoes shod l 50 

1 2i4x% tub hoops 50 

Repair furnace tools 50 

4 new shoes shod 1 50 

1 axle nut 40 

1 new water-cock wrench 85 

Repair furnace tools 50 

12 new shoes shod, farm 4 50 

Reshaping 23 lathe tools 4 60 

Dressing 2 tools 20 

3 draw bands on telephone poles 2 85 

Repair mail wagon 1 50 

Shaping and dressing 4 chisels 40 

4 new shoes 1 50 

Repair lawn mower tools 25 , 

Four 4-in. f orgings 1 25 

8 large l%xi4 steel tub bands 5 20 

Plating 1 cake pan 45 

4 old shoes 1 00 

Total $37 95 



VOUCHER No. 70. KNIGHT & JILLSON CO. 

1904. 

Apr. 4. 6 %xl8 Gauge glasses $6.60 doz. less 75% ... $0 83 

5. 395.4 ft % Byers pipe at $3.03 11 99 

"_ 5. 300.3 ft. 2 Byers pipe at $9.47 28 44 

" 5. 108 lbs. white waste at 9c 9 72 

5. 4 2-in. A. D. Globe valves 1165 

5. 4 1%-in. A. D. Globe valves 7 31 

5. 6 1%-in. A. D. Globe valves 7 98 

5. 6 1-in. A. D. Globe valves 5 59 

" 16. 100 lbs. Crescent No. 2 grease at 10c 10 00 

Total 



$93 51 



282 



VOUCHER No. 71. CHRISTIAN OFF & CO. 



1904. 
Apr. 15. 
" 15. 
" 15. 
" 15. 



Changing galvanized iron pipe 

6 hours' time changing 2 cold air pipes. 

2 elbows 

1 joint pipe 

Total 



66 00 

3 00 

1 00 

40 



$70 40 



■ 1904. 
Apr. 29. 

" 29. 
" 29. 
" 29. 

" 29. 



VOUCHER No. 72. CHARLES McGARVEY. 

Plastering in Pathological building. Plas- 
terers time, 20 hours $12 00 

Laborers time, 20 hours 8 20 

Material 8 00 

Plastering in Hospital. Plasterers time 8 

hours 4 80 

Material 1 50 

Total 



$34 50 



VOUCHER No. 73. CHARLES McGARVEY. 
1904. 
Apr. 5. 2 boxes 44x54 D. S. A., 2 boxes 30x54 D. S. A., 
2 boxes 28x54 D. S. A., 2 boxes 26x54 D. S. 

A., 2 boxes 30x48 D. S. A $53 00 

Total $53 00 

VOUCHER No. 74. HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 1 D. P. plug cut out $0 22 

4 10-amp plug fuses 30 

138 joints 3-in. sewer pipe, 2 joints 3-in. sewer 

pipe ells 13 22 

10 bags cement 5 00 

500 ft. No. 1 D. B. strand rubber wire 60 30 

40 ft. No. 2 D. B. strand rubber wire 3 84 

1 load sand 1 '''5 

5 bags cement 2 50 

420 ft. 3-in. sewer tile 19 92 

10 bags cement 5 00 

10 lxl8-in. tubes 1 10 

Labor of diggers 9 10 

Labor of 216 hours, at 47yoC, electrician 102 60 

Labor of 168 hours, at 35c, electrician 75 60 

Total $300 45 



■ 283 

VOUCHER No. 75. KIRKHOFF BROS. & CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 29. Time 49 days steamfitters, at $6.40.^ ^6l'd 60 

29. Time 47 days steamfitters heli>er, at $3.20... 150 40 

29. Time 192 hours plumbers and helpers, at 90e. 172 80 

29. Car fares 17 50 

29. 12 1% basin washers 110 

29. 12 1% basin washers 1 10 

29. 12 1% large link washers .' 1 75 

29. 6 ft. basin chain 30 

29. 2 P. O. basin plugs 1 00 

29. 12 split links 40 

29. 24 Macbeth washers 2 75 

29. 434 lbs. sheet lead 41 23 

29. 1 valve rod head for autom. reg 1 00 

29. 4 gal. gasoline 80 

29. 3 2 Anderson steam trap 60 75 

29. 1 3 Anderson steam trap 25 20 

29. 1 2% back pressure valve 11 00 

29. 35 11/2 O. P. return bands 7 35 

29. 6 Vs pet cocks 90 

29. 18 expansion bolts 3 06 

29. 9 iron traps for 2% pipe 45 

29. 2 lbs. 3-32 C. B. T. packing 54 

29. 12 1 rubber basin plugs 1 20 

29. 20 1 galv. basin washers 1 00 

29. 1 5x4 bushing 50 

29. 1 82-gal. galv. tank 1100 

29. 2 2 P. & C. check valve 6 50 

29. 2 % relief valves 5 30 

29. 2 2 reduction tees, galv 90 

29. Galvinized iron work as per bill 91 90 

29. 68 ft. 2-in. pipe 9 18 

29. 125 ft. 1-in. pipe 7 81 

29. 3 1 gate valves 3 00 

29. 9 1/2 gate valves ~ 4 68 

Total $957 95 

VOUCHER No. 7G. HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 29. 12 woven wire brushes $3 75 

" 29. 12 carbon brushes for ceiling fans 60 

" 29. 12 150-amp fuse links, 4-in., C. to C 1 20 

" 29. 12 150-amp fuse links, 2y2-in, C. to C 75 

" 29. 35 lbs. No. 12 B. & S. upf. wire, 1.000 ft 5 25 

" 29. 50 lbs. No. 12 B. & S. white S. B.. 1,000 ft. . . . 5 59 

" 29. 6 lbs. friction tape 1 92 

Total $19 06 



284 



VOUCHER No. 77. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 



1904. 
Apr. 30. Repair payroll for- April, 1904 $397 40 

Total 



$397 40 



VOUCHER No. 78. JOSEPH GARDNER. 
1904. 

.May 12. 100 10x20 blk. slate $7 00 

" 12. 2 boxes 4x20x28 N. & G. Taylor tin 60 65 

" 12. 1 doz. sheets perforated tin 2 20 

" 12. 1 gross tub handles and clips 9 75 

" 12. 1 gross handles and clips 4 35 

" 12. 1 pair No. 2 soldering irons and handles 90 

" 12. 2 only 2 ft. boxwood rules ., . . 75 

" 12. 25 lbs. rosin 75 

" 12. 1 bid. No. 3 iron wire 3 00 

Total 



$89 35 



VOUCHER No. 79. GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. 



1904. 




[ay 13. 


400 16-C. P., 


" 12. 


100 32-C. P., 



109 v.- Ed. B., 3.5 W., at 17c. 
109 v., Ed. B., 3.6 W., at 26c. . 



$68 00 
26 00 



Total 



$94 00 



VOUCHER No. 80. HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO. 
1904. 
May 2. Labor on repairs of dining room and new 
building: 

16 hours, at 50c $8 00 

16 hours, at 35c 5 60 

" 3. 5 lbs. friction tape, at 32c 1 60 

Total 



$15 20 



1904. 
May 9. 
9. 
9. 



VOUCHER No. 81. A. KIEFER DRUG COMPANY. 

1,000 lbs. eagle lead, at $5.05 $64 50 

50 gal. turpentine 30 25 

50 gal. boiled oil •. . 19 00 

Total 



$113 75 



285 



VOUCHER No. 82. KNIGHT & JILLSON CO. 
1904. 

May 2. 292 1-12 ft. 1-in. Byeis W. I. pipe, at $4.50. ... $13 14 

2. 199 4-12 ft. lo-iu. Byeis W. I. pipe, at $2.68.. 5 36 

2. 50 % C. I. ells 108 

" 2. 50 ^ C. I. ells 68 

2. 50 %xyo bushings 75 

2. 50 %xl6 gauge glasses 2 70 

2. 50 %xl6 gauge glasses 3 31 

" 2. 50 %xl8 gauge glasses 3 71 

" 2. 50 % brass hose reducers 60 

" 2. 50 % garden hose clamps 80 

" 2. 50 % brass hose couplings 3 00 

2. 12 % FuUer hose pipes 7 20 

" 2. 12 % hose bibbs I. P. wf. S. B 5 85' 

2. 2 18 Stiilson wrenches 2 66 

2. 1 24 Stillson wrench 2 00 

" 2. 30 1% plugs ^30 

" 2. 20 lbs. Vo-in. Aq. duck pkg 3 80 

2. 2 lbs. % rubber hose washers. 1 00 

2. 28yo lbs. 1-16 rainbow pkg., 28y3 lbs. Vs rain- 
bow pkg., 57 lbs., at 48c 27 36 

2. 200 ft % cut laces 72 

2. 100 ft. % cut laces 54 

" 16. 1 20x36-in. Italian slab cut for 14-in. Rd. basin 7 20 

" 17. 50 1-in. star rubber stoppers 1 70 

" 17. 20 1% plugs 20 

" 17. 50 lbs. No. 1 white waste 4 25 

•' 17. 1 Fig. 128 No. 4 close^top P. S. pump 1 56 

Total ?101 47 

VOUCHER No. S3. GEORGE F. EUENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 

May.'31. Repair pay-roll for May, 1904 $400 00 

Total $400 00 

VOUCHER No. 84. THE SINSER MFG. CO. 
1904. 

May 14. Time on repairs $4 25 

Total $4 25 

VOUCHER No. 85. ESTA 1'. CULBERTSON. 
1904. 

May 2. 4 new shoes $1 50 

3. Steel shank field marker, farm 9 75 

" 4. Repair farm tools, farm 1 00 

6. Making 1 watercoek key 60 

6. Dressing 3 chisels and staving key 40 



286 



1904. 



May 



7. 

7. 

9. 

9. 

9. 
10. 
10. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
17. 

17. 
18. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
21. 
24. 
24. 
25. 
27. 



VOUCHER No. 85— Continued. 

1 old shoe 

Repair bolts 

2 rubber bar pads and porli pack 

Repair laundry wagon 

Repair on furnace tools 

Making 1-1-15-15 steam cock wrench 

Cutting out and welding hook in stoker bar. . 

6 new and 2 old shoes 

Repair two-horse wagon 

1 eyebolt in hitch weight 

4 new 1-1-4x1-2 steel and chains on express 

wagon 

Making 2 long shank drills 

Repair ice hooks 

1 new shoe 

4 new shoes 

Making 1 heavy wrench 

Making new knives on weeders 

4 new shoes 

Repair farm wagon 

4 new shoes 

Dressing chisels and making hooks 

Repair ice carrier 

Sharpening 8 bull tongs 

Total 



$0 


25 




10 


2 


50 


1 


85 




25 


1 


35 


1 


00 


2 


75 




75 




20 


8 25 


1 


30 




50 




40 


1 


50 




90 


2 


50 


1 


50 




40 


1 


50 




70 




30 




80 



$44 80 



1904. 
May 31. 

31. 
31. 
31. 
31. 
31. 



' VOUCHER No. 86. FRED H. LAAKMAN. 

For cementing the artificial lake at the gate: 

3 cementers, 103 hours, at 40c $41 20 

4 laborers, 127 hours, at 20c 25 40 

23 bbls. A Portland cement, at 81.80 41 40 

9 loads river sand, at $1.50 13 50 

Removing the rubbish 2 25 

Laying with cement platform around refrig- 
erator, oflacers' kitchen, D. F. M 15 75 

Total 



$139 50 



1904. 
May 25. 

" 25. 

" 25. 

." 26. 

" 26. 



VOUCHER No. 87. JERRY REDDING. 

Labor and material, lining, shafting, etc., ma- 
chinist 9 hours time, at 50c $4 50 

Fitter 9 hours time, at 40c 3 60 

Helper 9 hours time, at 25c 2 25 

Machinist 9 hours time, at 50c 4 50 

Fitter 9 hours time, at 40c 3 60 



287 



1904. 

May 26. 
" 26. 
" 26. 
" 26. 

" 26. 
" 26. 

" 26. 
" 26. 

" 26. 

" 26. 

" 26. 

" 26. 

" 28. 

" 29. 

" 30. 

" 31. 
June 1. 

" 2. 

" 3. 

" 4. 
6. 



VOUCHER No. 87— Continued. 

Wheel guard $3 00 

Fitting same to machine 2 20 

18 ft. shafting liey seated, at 62c 11 16 

Shaft coupling fitted, $12.00, 50 per cent. off. 6 00 

20-in drop hanger 6 00 

20x12 in. double belt pulley, $15.00, 50 per 

cent, off 7 50 

Drayage 1 50 

45 ft. 2-in. double leather belt, at 82c, 60 per 

cent 14 79 

Lacing 30 

Blacksmith labor 5 00 

Iron bolts, washers and screws 2 00 

Oak plank 1 25 

3 men's work, 9 hours each 10 35 

Sunday work, 3 men, 6 hours each 6 90 

Machinist, 5 hours, at 50c 2 50 

3 men's work, 9 hours each 10 35 

3 men's work, 9 hours each 10 35 

3 men's work, 9 hours each. 10 35 

2 men's work, 9 hours each 8 10 

Steam and water connection as follows: 

3 men's work, 9 hours each 10 35 

2 men's work, 9 hours each 8 10 

Machinist, 4 hours 2 00 

Fittings furnished ^01 

Total 



$162 11 



VOUCHER No. 88. CENTRAL SUFPLY CO. 
1904. 
June 14. 48 % C. I. ells, at 8c, $3.84; 48 % gal. ells, at 

16c, $7.68; 48 % gal. tees, at 24c, $11.52; 70, 

10, 5 per cent, off $o 91 

" 14. 24 2 C. I. plugs, at 10c, $2.40; 24 m C. L 

plugs, at 7c, $1.68; 80, 10 per cent. ofiC 74 

" 14. 24 IV2 mall unions, at 58c, $13.92, 75 per cent. 3 48 
" 14. 48 Ixlxi/^xi/o mall crosses, 36 lbs., at 16c, 

$5.76, less 40.5 per cent 3 29 

" 14. 12 114 flange unions, at 64c, $r.68, less 80-10 

per cent ^ ^'^ 

" 14. 48 1 C. S. M. P. R. & L- I'et bands, at 35c 

$16.80, less 75 per cent ^ 20 

" 14 4 4 caps 19 lbs., at 13c, $2.47, less 40-5 per 

, 1 41 

cent 

" 14. 12 % A. D. globe valves, at $1.2.5, $15.00, 65 

i ... 5 25 
per cent 



288 



VOUCHER No. 88— Continued. 



1904. 



June 14. 24 % comp bibbs wf. S. B. and Fig, at $29.00, 

$58.00, 75 per cent $14 50 

" 14. 12 mall brazed steel oilers,%-pint, green bent 
spout, $8.50, 30-10 per cent 

14. 122 lbs. No. 1 white waste, at 9%c 

14. 15 lbs. asbestos rope packing, at 20c 

14. 2 lbs. 1/4 balls asb. wick, at 20c 

14. 200 10-12 ft. 1% blk. Byers pipe, at $7.82. 

14. 204 1-12 ft. 1 blk. Byers pipe, at $4.78 

14. 200 5-16 cut lacing at $1.25, $2.50, 60 per cent. 

14. 200 % cut lacing, at $1.50, $3.00, 60 per cent. . 

14. 200 1/4 cut lacing, at $1.00, $2.00, 60 per cent. . 

17. 4 plumbers friends, at $1.25 

24. 50 ft. m 4-ply spd, water hose, at 62c, $31.00, 
less 40 per cent discount 



5 36 


11 90 


3 00 


40 


15 71 


9 75 


1 00 


1 20 


80 


5 00 


18 60 



Total 



VOUCHER No. 



KIRKHOFF BROS. & CO. 



1904. 
June 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 
" 30. 



12 114 closet spud washers $3 84 

1 4x14 lead bent 1 95 

4 lbs. solder 1 00 

6 Kenney flushometers. 105 00 

Expressage 

Plaster paris 

12 basin clamps 

2 % N. P. fuller bibbs wf. and dz. flanges. 
35 hours plumber's time, at 90c 



2 


00 




20 


1 


80 


3 


00 


31 


50 



$112 89 



Total 



$150 29 



VOUCHER No. 90. THE WESTINGHOUSE MACHINE CO. 
1904. 
June 4. 50 ripple tops, 4 webs K-359-360, 2 rocker 

bars, 1,500 lbs., at 2%c $39 38 

4. 2 dump crates, 474 lbs., at 2%c 13 04 

4. 2 eccentrics straps, at $3.00 6 00 



Total 



1904. 
June 6. 



VOUCHER No. 91. D. V. REEDY & CO. 

New cable on hydraulic dumb waiter, pack- 
ing steam on dumb waiter, new foundation 
under freight machine. 

Time, Banke, 3 hours June 6 $1 80 

Time, Banke, 1% hours June 7 4 50 

Time, F. Marsh, 71/. hours June 7 4 50 



$58 42 



289 



1904. 
June 6. 



VOUCHER No. 91— Continued. 

Time, Bauiie, 9V2 hours June 8 $5 70 

Time, F. Marsh, 91/0 hours June S 5 70 

Time, Banlie, QV^ hours June 9 5 70 

Time, P. Marsh, 91/4 hours June 9 5 70 

Time, Banlie, 6 hours June 10 3 60 

Time, F. Marsh, 6 hours June 10 3 60 

8 hauls 2 25 

1 piece lumber 3i/^x7%xl2, oak 1 75 

395 ft. %-in. common cable 16 59 

6 % lags 10 in. long 42 

5 lbs. nails, spikers 15 

5 lbs. lead 36 

Car fare 60 

Total 



$62 92 



VOUOHEiR No. 92. WOOLEN & CALLON. 
1904. 
June 9. Work on ammonia machine: 

Time F. T. Callon, 3 hours, at $1.00, 9th $3 00 

Time 2 fitters and helpers, 16 hours, at $1.00, 

10th 16 00 

Time 1 fitter and helper, 4 hours, at $1.00, 
nth 4 00 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 93. HIDE, LEATHER & BELTING CO. 
1904. 

June 2. 150 ft. iy2-in sing, engine belt, at 29c $43 50 

2. 150 ft. 1%-in. sing, engine belt, at 35c 52 50 

" 2. 35 ft. 5-in sing, engine belt, at $1.09 38 15 

$134 15 
Less 60-10-5 per cent 88 26 

Total 



$23 00 



$45 89 



VOUCHER No. 94. F. H. CHBYNE ELECTRIC CO. 
1904. 
June 20. 6 No. 59034 oil rings, 2 No. 59033 bearing 

sleeves $14 22 

" 20. Freight ^^ 

" 20. Drayage 

Total 

19— Central Insane. 



$15 02 



290 



VOUCHER No. 95. JOSEPH GARDNER. 
1904. 

June 11. 4 boxes 1x20x28 bright tin $60 00 

" 11. 100 lbs. E. W. Blatchford & Co. solder 22 50 

" 11. 5 lbs. salanioniac 1 00 

'• 11. 1 gross 3y2-in. coffee pot lids 1 35 

" 11. 1 gross No. 5 malL iron kettle ears 1 60 

" 11. % gross 5-in. downspout liooks 3 90 

•' 11. 1 only 31/2 circle shears 3 00 

*• 11. 1 only 31/2 straight shears 2 00 

•' 11. 1 only brass protractor 50 

Total 



$95 85 



VOUCHER No. 96. HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO. 
1904. 
June 1. 100 yds. No. 16 new cord, $12.00, less 55 per 

cent $5 40 

" 21. 72 circular zinc 9 36 -^ 

" 22. 2 W. E. desk fan blades, 16-in., $5.80, less 25 

per cent 4 35 

" 22. 2 W. E. desk fan guards, 16-in., $5.40, less 25 

per cent 4 05 

Total '. $23 16 

VOUCHER No. 97. ESTA F. CULBERTSON. 
1904. 

June 1. 1 doz. handles $1 50 

" 3. Ironing 1 tank, sides, top, edges and bottom. 1 90 

" 6. Making clamp and hook for ice plant ^ 1 40 

" 8. 2 new hand-turned shovels 3 20 

" 10. 1 new knife and general repairs on mower. . 4 50 

" 10. 1 8-ft. 8-in. double netted bolt 60 

" 13. 4 new shoes shod .' 1 50 

" 16. 6 new shoes shod 2 25 

" 18. 4 new shoes shod 1 50 

'• 18. Repairs on cultivators 40 

" 20. 8 new shoes and repairs on lawn mower, ... 3 50 

" 22. 1 Heck nut socket wrench 65 

" 22, Repair mower shafts 75 

" 26. Repair field mower 14 50 

" 26. 4 new shoes shod 1 50 

" 29, Making and fitting up 1 20-ft. pipe hanger. . . 3 75 
" 29. 1 iron bar on coal car and removing wood 

bar 3 60 

" 30. 2 long crank handles 1 10 

Total $48 10 



291 



VOUCHER No. 98. DANIEL STEWAKT CO. 
1904. 

June 1. 51 1-7 gal. turpentine . $31 tx) 

1. 51 1-5 gal. boiled oil 19 40 

1. 25 gal. Lilly's crys varnish 33 75 

1. 5 gal. orange shellac 16 25 

1. 2 gal. N. F. oil 1 30 

20. 4 doz. 2 Adams super, brush 18 00 

20. 4 doz. 2% Adams super, brush 22 00 

20. 2 doz. 1 Adams super, brush. 4 50 

20. 3 doz. 130 O. K 61 50 

20. 4 doz. 201 sash 4 60 

Toial 



!F213 26 



VOUCHER No. 99. ANDERSON BRUNER. 
1904. 
June 15. To work done on sewer connection in laun- 
dry building and repairing cement pave- 
ment where cut to make new sewer connec- 
tion $7 50 

Total $7 50 

I 

VOUCHER No. 100. THE STIRLING COMPANY. 
1904. 
June 15. 50 manhole gaskets $12 50 

Total $12 50 



VOUCHER No. 101. FRED H. LAAKMANN. 
1904. 
June 30. For building with brick three feet high and 
plastering with American Portland cement 
the old gas reservoir, as per contract $200 00 

Total $200 00 

VOUCHER No. 102. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
June 30. Repair pay roll for June, 1904 $395 15 

Total 395 15 

VOUCHER No. 103. BALKE & KRAUSS CO. 
1904. 
July 6. 1,000 ft. I%x4xl2 clear white oak 4s $79 50 

Total $79 50 



292 

VOUCHER No. 104. THE WESTINGHOUSE MACHINE CO, 
1904. 
• July 11. 50 Ripple tops K385. 2% $28 88 

Total $28 88 



VOUCHER No. 105. A. SCHIFFLING & SON. 
1904. 
July 8. Repairing and sharpening lawn mowers, new 

ratchets, screws and Tioxing $7 50 

" 12. Repairing and sharpening 5 lawn mowers, 1 

8-in. gear wheel, ratchets, new screws, etc. 8 50 

Total $16 00 



VOUCHER No. 106. JOSEPH GARDNER. 
1904. 

July 25. 1 box roofing tin . $10 50 

" 25. 4 sheets 14-oz. planished copper 14 00 

" 25. 1 gross 3-in. downspout hooks 6 00 

" 25. 1 gross tinned brass coi"ners 16 00 

Total $46 50 



VOUCHER No. 107. THE SINKER-DAVIS CO. 
1904. 

July 13. To May's time rolling flues, 3 hours $1 50 

" 13. To Walker's time rolling flues, 3 hours 90 

" 13. Street car fares 20 

Total , $2 60 



VOUCHER No. 108. THE AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO. 

1904. * 

July 21. 2 sets duck for 100-in dbl. Mammoth mangle $24 00 

" 21. 1 set felt for 100-in dbl. Mammoth mangle ... 27 70 

" 21. 1 apron for 100-in. dbl. Mammoth mangle. ... 27 50 

Total $79 20 



VOUCHER No. 109. THE STIRLING CO. 
1904. 
June 11. 50 cutter wheels $1 25 

Total $1 25 



293 

VOUCHER No. 110. CHARLES F. WEHKING & CO. 
1904. 

July 19. Brick mason's time, 24 liours at 70c $16 80 

" 19. Mortar 1 00 

" 19. Cement 50 

" 19. Hauling 1 00 

Total $19 30 

VOUCHER No. 111. KNIGHT & JILLSON CO. 

1904. 
July 13. 6 %x30 gauge glasses at $9 per doz. .$4 50. 

Less 50 per cent 2 25 

$2 25 

" 22. 6 rubber flush balls and wires for Douglas 

tanlis at 45c 2 70 

Total $4 95 

VOUCHER No. 112. VONNEGUT HARDWARE CO. 
1904. 
July 7. 6 rolls 28-in. Gr. wire clotli, 1,400 sq. ft. at 

$1.20 $16 80 

7. 6 rolls 34-in. Gr. wire cloth, 1,500 sq. ft. at 

$1.20 18 00 

7. 6 rolls 34-in. Gr. wire cloth, 1.700 sq. ft. at 

$1.20 20 40 

" 7. 1 roll 36-in. Gr. wire cloth, 300 sq. ft at $1.20 3 60 
7. 1 roll 40-in. Gr. wire cloth, 333% sq. ft. at 

$1.20 ^00 

" 7. 6 rolls 26-in. Gr. wire cloth, 1,300 sq. ft. at 

$1.20 15 fiO 

7. 6 rolls 32-in. Gr. wire cloth, 1,600 sq. ft at 

$1.20 19 20 

7. 5 rolls 36-in. Gr. wire cloth, 1,500 sq. ft. at 

$1.20 18 00 

7. 5 rolls 40-in. Gr. wire cloth, 1,666% m- ft- iit 

$1.20 2000 

7. 6 rolls 42-in. Gr. wire cloth, 2,100 sq. ft. at 

$1.20 -'"^ 2^ 

7. 1 No. 30 jointer plane, Bailey's 1 40 

7. 1 No. 29 fare plane, Bailey's 1 W 

7. 1 No. 27 jacli plane, Bailey's 1 00 

7. 1 No. 120 26-in. Diston Rd. saw 1 80 

" , 7. 100 lbs. No. 12 mattress twine at 22c 22 00 

" 7. 1 7-in. Champion screwdriver 28 

7. 1 6-in. Stubbs cutting flger 125 

7. 1 No. 32 Barber's brace 1 20 

" 22. 1/3 doz. No. 16 forlis at $10.50 3 50 

" 22. % doz. No. 254 forlcs at $14.-50 2 42 



294 

VOUCHER' Xo. 112-Contmuecl. 
1004. 

July 22.' 10 lbs. 90 emery at 7c .'?0 TO 

•• 28. 3%xl8 plug taps at 25c 75 

" 29. 4% doz. pie pans at 40c 1 G7 

" 29. % doz. common rolling pins at ^3.50 75 

" 29. 1/3 doz. hulling rolling pins at $2.50 1 25 

Total i $20187 

VOUCHER No. 113. CHARLES KRAUSS. 
1904. 

July 3. New 7-ft. driven well pump put in $6 50 

Total $(J 50 

VOUCHER No. 114. DANIEL STEWART CO. 
1904. 

July 1. 1,000 lbs. Eagle lead $65 00 

Total $65 00 

VOUCHER No. 115. HATFIELD ELECTRIC COMPANY. 
1904. 

July 16. 2 duplex plugs $1 40 

" 29. 72 circular zincs 9 36 

" 29. 24 P. K. attach plugs 3 36 

Total $14 12 

VOUCHER No. 116. ESTA F. CULBERTSON. 
1904. 

July 1. 4 new shoes $1 50 

2. 2 new shoes, nabber bar pads 2 25 

5. Repairs big lawn mower 1 90 

" 6. Repairs field mower 1 00 

" 6. 8 new shoes 3 00 

" 7. 1 old shoe 25 

7. Repairs on file cleaner 40 

" 11. Repairs on farm wagon 1 JX) 

■' 12. Repairs on lawn mower 25 

" 12. Repairs on field mower neck yoke 25 

" 14. Dressing pipe tongues 25 

" 15. 4 new shoes 1 50 

18. Raising sides of dump cart, oak rounds 7 75 

•• 19. 4 new shoes 1 50 

■• 20. 1 long poker' l)ar 90 

" 20. 3 new splash bars 1 80 

■• 20. 1 double nutted bolt. 8ft. 6 in 60 



295 

VOUCHER No. 110-Coutiiiuecl. 
1904. 

July 21. New shaft and repairs, laimdry wag'on $1 75 

" 22. 8 new shoes, farm horses 3 00 

" 27. Repairs on hiwn mowers 75 

•' 29. Repairs on farm wagon , 50 

" 29. Repairs on coal forii 25 

Total $33 25 

VOUCHER No. 117. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER. Superintendent. 

1904. 
July 31. Repair pay-roll for July, 1904 $307 75 

Total $307 75 

VOUCHER No. 118. CLARKE & SONS. 
1904. 
July 30. To plumljing as per contract $275 00 

Total $275 00 

VOUCH^3R No. 119. THE SINKER-DAVIS CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 3. Scliildener's time on boilers, 10 hours $5 00 

" 3. May's time on boilers, 10 hours 5 00 

" 3. Street car fares 40 

" 9. Waukle's time on boilers, 10 hours 5 00 

" 9. Watton's time on boilers, 10 hours 5 00 

" 9. ' Street car fares 20 

Total $20 00 

VOUCHER No. 120. BALKE & KRAUSS CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 18. 10 bu. Huntington lime at 22c .$2 2(^ 

" 26. 10 bu. Huntington lime at 22c 2 20 

Total ■•• U 40 

VOUCHER No. 121. THE AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO. 

1904. 
July 29. 3 drive shafts 89x1 3-lG-iu. for B sterilizer. . . $7 50 
" 29. 3 15y2-in. loose pulleys for B sterilizer 7 90 

Total * *1^ ^« 



296 

VOUCHER No. 122. THE WESTINGHOUSE MACHINE CO. 

1904. 

Aug. 15. 1 41^x4 connecting rod complete with cotters $5 50 

" 15. 1 4%x4 2 65 

" 15. 12 41/0x4 at 30c 3 60 

Total $11 75 

VOUCHER No. 123. GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. 
1904. 
June 30. 200 16-c. p. 109 v. Ed. base 3.5 WSS 19 lamps 

at 17c $34 00 

" 30. 100 32-c. p. 109 V. Ed. base 3.6 WSS 24 lamps 

at 26c 26 00 

" 30. 12 16-c. p. 109 V. frosted E. base 3.5 watt SS 

19-1204 2 45 

" 30. Freight on same 60 

Total $63 05 

VOUCHER No. 124. CHAPMAN VALVE MANUFACTURING CO. 

1904. 
July 28. 1 6-in. plug fitted with bushing and finished 

with spindle and wheel $4 30 



Total $4 30 

VOUCHER No. 125. KNIGHT & JILLSON CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 11. 2 2% fiange unions 

11. 204 6-12 ft. % Byers black pipe at $2.82 

11. 412 11-12 ft. 1 Byers black pipe at $4.05 

11. 210 1-12 ft. 1% Byers black pipe at $5.52 

11. 212 3-12 ft. 11/3 Byers black pipe at $6.62 

11. 157 1-12 ft. 21/2 Byers black pipe at $14.11. .. 

11. 159 4-12 ft. 3 Byers black pipe at $18.52 

11. 216 5-12 ft. % Byers galv. pipe at $3.99 

11. 210 3-12 ft. 1 Byers galv. pipe at $5.73 

11. 216 4-12 ft. 114 Byers galv. pipe at $7.81 

11. 209 3-12 ft. 11/2 Byers galv pipe at $9.38 

11. 100 short brass zinc bolts 

11. 12 Douglas rubber balls 

11. 12 % Dort unions 

11. 12 1 Dort unions 

11. 12 11/4 Dort unions 

11. 6 11/2 Dort unions 

11. 6 2 Dort unions 

11. 6 1/0 West Valve Co. gate valves 

11. 6 % West Valve Co. gate valves 



$0 


29 


5 


77 


16 


70 


11 


60 


14 


05 


22 


16 


29 


51 


8 


63 


12 


05 


16 


88 


19 


63 


1 00 


2 


25 


2 


10 


2 


40 


3 


36 


2 


40 


2 


85 


4 


95 


6 


60 



297 



VOUCHER No. 125-Contiuued. 
1904. 

Aug. 11. 6 1 West Valve Co. gate valves $S 40 

" 11. 6 1% West Valve Co. gate valves 12 00 

" 11. 3 li/o West Valve Co. gate valves 7 95 

" 11. 3 2 West Valve Co. gate valves 11 70 

" 11. 6 2 West Valve Co. straightway check valves 11 82 

" 11. 6 2 West Valve Co. globe valves 17 45 

" 11. 12 % West Valve Co. globe valves 8 78 

" 11. 12 1 West Valve Co. globe valves 11 18 

" 11. 6 3C. I. ells 101 

" 11. 6 21/2 C. I. ells 68 

" 11. 12 2 C. I. ells 76 

" 11. 48 1 C. I. ells 1 14 

" 11. 6 8 flange unions 1 62 

" 11. 48 1% C. I. tees 2 49 

" 11. 24 1^x114 reducers 1 50 

" 11. 50 lbs. No. 1 white waste 4 75 

" 11. 20 lbs. % P. P. P. packing 18 00 

" 11. 100 % Fuller balls for hot water! 1 25 

" 11. 100 §4 Fuller balls for hot water 1 25 

" 11. 1 No. 2 Mascr steam trap 7 00 

•' 11. 1 No. 2 Barnes 3- wheel pipe cutter 1 20 

" 11. 1 No. 4 Barnes 8- wheel pipe cutler 4 00 

" 20. 48 %-in.'cIose brass nippers 5 28 

" 24. 17 No. % sq. duck packing 3 15 

" 26. 50 ft. 1% 6-ply steam hose 23 40 

Total $347 94 

VOUCHER No. 126. A. KIEFER DRUG CO. 
1904. 

Aug. 2. 1,000 lbs. Eagle or E. H. lead 50s $64 50 

2. 100 gal. turpentine, 2 bbls., 437 at 70c, 415 at 

65c 50 50 

Total $124 00 

VOUCHER No. 127. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Suporintendent. 

1904. 

Aug. 31. Repair pay roll, August, 1904 $3(i3 8<) 

Total ^ ^-i^y-^ 80 

VOUCHER No. 128. ESTA F. CULBERTSON. 
1904. 

Aug. 2. One old shoe $0 23 

" 3. One old shoe 25 

" 4. One old shoe 25 

" 4. Repairs on express wagon 75 



- 298 

VOUCHER No. 128— Continued. 
1904. 

Aug. 5. Repairs on farm wagon ipO 75 

" 6. 8 0-in double nutted bolts 120 

8. Treatment pork pack springs and pads...... 3 50 

" 8. 2 new shoes, farm 75 

" 9. 2 new shoes, farm 75 

" 10. 4 new shoes, farm 1 50 

" 11. Repairs on grinders 50 

" 11. 6 new shoes 2 25 

" 12. Repairs on ice box (Draw) 2 10 

" 13. Repairs on ice plant slides and hangers 1 10 

" 15. Dressing and tempering 2 mattocks 50 

" 16. 1 new shoe 40 

" 17. 1 old shoe 25 

" 19. 3 new shoes 1 15 

" 22. 1 lopsided key, solid steel, Frost 40 

" 22. 2 new and 2 old shoes 1 25 

" 23. 2 rubber bar pads 2 25 

" 23. 2 new shoes 75 

" 24. 1 spreader chain, farm wagon 05 

" 26. 4 clamps for hose draw bolts 90 



Total $30 40 

VOUCHER No. 129. A. SCHIFFLING & SON. 
1904. 

Aug. 30. To sharpening 7 lawn mowers $7 00 

" 30. To 8-in. cog Avheel . - 2 50 



Total $9 50 

VOUCHER No. 130. HIDE, LEATHER AND BELTING COMrANY. 

1904. 

Aug. 2. 37 ft. 6-in. dbl. volt belt at .$2.64 .$97 68 

1 ft. added for endless lap, less 60-10 % 62 51 

$35 17 

" 2. 3 hours' labor putting belt on pulleys 1 50 



Total .$36 ()7 

VOUCHER No. 131. HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO. 
1904. 

June 29. 19 rolls of friction tape $3 04 

" 29, 1 roll rubber tape . .' 60 

" 29. 8 lbs. solder 1 60 

" 29. Telegram 1 40 

" 29. 220 joints (j-in. sewer pipe 39 20 

" 29. G bl;ls. cement •. 13 20 

" 29. 3 loads of sand 6 60 



299 



VOUCHER No. ISl—Contiiiued. 
1904. 

Juue 29. 420 ft. 250000 C. M. lead covered .>t;i::}2 30 

" 29. 840 ft. 1-0 C. M. lead covered 134 40 

' " 29. 630 ft. 2-0 C. M. lead covered 37 80 

" 29. 680 ft. 2-0 C. M. lead covered 112 14 

" 29. 630 ft. No. 14 lead covered 37 80 

" 29. Freight and dray 23 52 

" 29. 18 ft. 3-wlre moulding 36 

" 29. Labor, 205 hours 97 38 

" 29. Labor, 169 hours 50 70 

Aug. 24. 1 lb. 10 amp. fuse wire 60 

" 24. 1 lb. 5 amp. fuse Avire 65 

" 24. 5 lbs friction tape 1 55 

" 24. 24 No. 601 rosettes 1 68 

" 24. 20 Ed. Wpf. porcelain sockets. 2 80 

" 24. 12 I%xli4x7 bronze W. W. brushes 4 60 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 132. PIONEER BRASS WORKS. 
1904. 

Sept. 28. 107% lbs. brass castings at 25c $2(5 82 

" 28. 12 ft. 14-in. and Vo-in. tubing 1 25 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 133. KIEFER DRUG CO. 

1904. 

Sept. 14. 1,000 lbs. Eagle lead 50s $64 00 

Total 

VOUCHER No. 134. CENTRAL SUPPLY CO. 

1904. 

Sept. 7. 98 10-12 ft. Vs black Byers pipe at $1.68 $1 66 

7. 113 4-12 ft. 14 black Byers pipe at $1.68 1 91 

" 7. 115 10-12 ft. 2 black Byers pipe at 8c 9 28 

7. 60 lbs. No. 1 white waste at 9c 5 40 

7. 50 lbs. Crescent belt dressing at 35c 17 50 

7. 38 lbs. 1-16 Rainbow packing at 45c 17 10 

7. 151/3 lbs. % sq. duck packing at 20c 3 10 

7. 10 lbs. 1-16 C. B. S. sheet packing at 10c 1 00 

7. 6 % L. H. Bibbs air cocks at 15c 90 

" 7. '6 % L. H. Bibbs air cocks at 17c 1 02 

7. 6 % F. H. Bibbs air cocks at 15c 90 

7. 6 % F. H. Bibbs air cocks at 13c 78 

7. 3 2 A. D. globe valves at $2.90 8 70 

7. 3 2 P. & C. swing check valves at $2.25 6 75 



$6(')6 12 



$28 07 



$64 00 



300 

VOUCHER No. 134— Continued. 
1904. 

Sept. 7. 1 21/2 A. D. & B. globe valve $3 75 

" 7. 50 Ideal waste rubbers at 50c doz " . . . . 2 08 

" 7. 50 sink gaskets at 75c doz 3 13 

" 10. 2y2 lbs. 1-16 C. B. S packing 25 

Charged 10 lbs. S. B. S. packing, Inv. 9-7-04 
should have been 12% lbs. 
" 14. 3 2% Durham tees at $1.90, less 50 per cent. . 2 85 

" 17. 50 rubber rings like sample at 10c 5 00 

" 17. 12 N. P. Cornell basin cocks at $1.71 20 52 

$113 58 
Cr. by bill charged Sept. 14 for 3 2% Durham 
tees 2 85 

Total $110 73 

VOUCHER No. 135. DANIEL STEWART CO. 

1904. 
Sept. 7. 1 P. P. glass 2814x35% $3 28 

Total $3 28 

VOUCHER No. 136. HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO. 
1904. 
Sept. 5. 100 yds. N. C. No. 18 lamp cord, less 60 % . . $3 60 
" 5. 12 sticks Hart compound "dozens" 1 75 

Total $5 35 

VOUCHER No. 137. BALKE & KRAUSS CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 3. 50 2x12 16 1,600 feet $56 00 

3. 100 2x4 12 24 00 

" 3. 50 2x12 20 2,000 feet 74 00 

Total $154 00 

VOUCHER No. 138. JOSEPH GARDNER. 
1904. 
Sept. 8. 100 lbs. E. Blatchford solder $22 50 

Total $22 50 

VOUCHER No. 139. THE AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO. 

1904. 
Sept. 22. 6 pair 30-in. extractor springs : $10 90 

Total :....., $10 90 



301 



VOUCHER No. 140. TRUSTEES THE STILLWELL-BIERCE AND 
SMITH-VAILE CO. 
1904. 
Sept. 13. 1 C. B. plunger for 11x8x14 single O. P. 

pump, No. 49895, net $56 75 



Total 



$50 75 



1904. 



VOUCHER No. 141. KNIGHT & JILLSON CO. 



Sept. 16. 1 21/2 No. 3 water fitting, $1.80, less 75 per ct . $0 45 
^ " 20. 1 6x11 faced blind flange, $3.70, less 75 per ct. 93 

' " 24. 6 21/2 No. 3 fig. 71 C. I. long turn fittings 

7% in. long out to out at $1.80 $10 80 

Less 70 per cent 3 24 



Total 



$4 62 



1904 
Sept 



VOUCHER No. 142. KIRKHOFF BROS. & CO. 



35 ft. 4-in. pipe $11 90 



8 ft. 4-in. ells 

4 ft. 4-in. ells, 45 degrees 

2 ft. 3-in. ells, 45 degrees 

4 ft. 1-in. ells. 45 degrees 

5 ft. 4 nippers, 4 in 

3 ft. 5 nippers, 7-in 

Car fares 

Iiy2 days steam fitters at $6.40 

15 days steam fitter's helpers at $3.20. 



3 


28 


2 


00 




62 




20 


1 


60 


2 


34 


2 


00 


73 


00 


48 


GO 



Total 



$145 54 



VOUCHER No. 143. THE SINKER-DAVIS CO. 
1904. 
Sept. 13. 200 furnace stoker plates, 4,600 lbs at 21/00. . $115 00 

" 18. Lander's time, 7% hours 3 75 . 

" 13. Johnson's time, 7% hours 3 75 

" 13. Street car fares 20 

- Total $122 70 

VOUCHER No. 144. THE STIRLING CO., CHICAGO, ILL. 

1904. 

Sept. 3. 50 manhole gaskets $12 50 

" 15. 12 314-in. No. 11 tubes 34 80 

Total '• $47 30 



302 



VOUCHER No. 145. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 

Sept. 30. Repair pay roll. September. 1904 $377 25 

Total .... $377 25 

VOUCHER No. 140. ESTA F. CULBERTSON. 
1904. 

Sept. 2. Repair push cart $1 25 

" 6. 4 new shoes shod '. 1 50 

6. Repair spice mills 75 

7. 150 forgings, Cobb 4 50 

" 7. 1 hook forging. Frost 30 

8. 50 forgings, Cobb 1 50 

" 13. 8 new shoes 3 00 

" 14. Repairs on crank 35 

" , 14. 1 new shoe, farm 40 

" 15. Shaping and dressing lathe tools • 50 

" 15. 4 new shoes shod .- 1 50 

"^ 15. Repair bi-ead wagon 1 00 

" 16. 3 noAV shoes, farm horse 1 15 

"' 17. Repair phaeton 25 

*' 21. 8 new shoes for farm horses 3 00 

" 22. 4 new shoes for farm horses 1 50 

•' 22. Forging 1 hack head steel cap rcrew. Frost. . 60 

" 22. Repair farm wagon 90 

" 26. 4 new shoes, farm 1 50 

'• 26. Repair pipe tongs, Frost 40 

" 28. 4 new shoes shod 1 50 

" 28. 9 Ii4x%x22x36 iron box bands, McQuinn 6 75 

" 30. 5 pipe hangers ■ 75 

Total $34 85 

VOUCHER No. 147. VONNEGUT HARDWARE CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 1. 7% lbs. 1/2 Hex. C. R. steel at $4.80 $0 37 

1. 131/2 lbs. % Hex. C. R. steel at $4.50 61 

'" 1. 20 lbs. % Hex. C. R. steel at $4.50 90 

" 1. 22% lbs. % Hex. C. R. steel at $4.20 93 

Total $2 81 

VOUCHER No. 148. THE SINflER MANUFACTURING CO. 

1904. 

Aug. 3. Repair on machine $0 25 

Total $0 2:5 



303 

VOUCHER No. 14!>. THE SINKER-DAVIS CO. 
1904. 
Oct. 1. 75 links No. 103 chain, 19 ft. at 60c, less 20 

per cent ^q \-2 

1. 25 links G attachments R. H., 2~ links G at- 
taclinients L. H., 13 in. at 90c, less 20 per 

cent 9 3(1 

1. 1,000 5-16xl-in. bolts 12 80 

1. 2 uptake sci"e\vs and nuts as per. old ones 1 00 

1. Thomburg's time on coal elevator S-tV^ hours,. 27 25 

1. Callihan's time on coal elevator 51% hours.. 10 35 

1. Lane's time on coal elevator 54'/2 hours IG 35 

1. Street car fares 2 00 

" 1. Paid transfer 50 

4. May's time 7 hours 3 50 

4. Blankenship's time 7 hours 3 50 

4. Paid street car fare 20 

Total !t;i04 93 

VOUCHER No. 150. INDIANAPOLIS STOVE CO. 
1904. 
Oct. 13. 1 set brick linings, 1 set cast linings at 25c. . $1 90 

Total $1 90 

VOUCHER No. 151. WM. EHRICH. 
1904. 
Aug. 13. 2 hours time examining and testing range in 

new kitchen D. F. W $1 00 

Oct. 5. 4 hours work cleaning range and pipe and 

flue in night watch kitchen at 50c 2 00 

" 20. 1 set side brick linings night watch kitchen 

range 1 50 

" 20. 1 long center 1 35 

" 20. 6 short centers officers kitchen range D. F. M. 3 24 

" 20. 2 lids, officers kitchen range D. F. M 90 

" 20. 1 heavy key plate 1 17 

•' 20, Freight and cartage , . . , 50 

•* 20. 4 hours work fitting repairs on ranges 2 00 

Total $13 66 

VOUCHER No. 152. FRANK PESCHAT. 
1904. 
Oct. 5. Repairs on cabbage cutter, Central Machine 

Works $18 70 

• " 5. Fitzwater Bros time 1 25 

" 5. Frank Peschat time 4 85 

Total .?24 8Q 



304 



VOUCHER No. 153. KNIGHT & JILLSON CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 24. 50 % close nippers ,$0 43 

" 24. 50 % shoulder nippers 60 

" 24. 50 % shoulder nippers 52 

" 24. 50 % close nippers 77 

" 24. 50 1 close nippers 69 

" 24. 50 1 shoulder nippers 1 12 

" 24. 50 1% shoulder nippers 1 46 

" 24. 50 1% close nippers 95 

" 24. 50 1% close nippers 1 12 

'■ 24. 50 1% shoulder nippers 1 71 

•' 24. 48 %x% bushings 65 

" 24. 18 21/2x2 C. I. ells 243 

" 24. 18 3 450 ells 3 65 

" 24. 12 3x21/2 bushings 65 

" 24.. 2 10 C. I. blind flanges 5-in 1 24 

" 24. 1 11 C. I. blind flanges 6-in 71 

" 24. 3 % roundway hydt. cocks I. P 2 53 

" 24. 1 1% bit stock taper reamer 14 

" 24. 1 5-16 bit stock taper reamer ^j 16 

" 24. 1 % bit stock taper reamer 20 

" 24. 3 1-16 Morse twist drills St. shank 10 

" 24. 3 3-32 Morse twist drills st. shank 11 

" 24. 3 Vs Morse twist drills st. shank 22 

" 24. 3 3-16 Morse twist drills st. shank 32 

" 24. 3 % Morse twist drills st. shank 32 

" 24. 1 star stove drill 78x18 1 00 

" 24. 1 pair 12 cast steel calipers 40 

■' 24. 50 lbs. No. 1 white waste 4 60 

" 24. 281/2 lbs. Ys rainbow packing 15 10 

" 24. 6 2 ft. brass bound boxwood rules 3 00 

" 24. 24 1/3x2 nipples 26 

Total 



$47 16 



VOUCHER No. 154. ANDERSON BRUNBR. 
1904. 
Oct. 31, To making sewer connection at laundry, 
cleaning out sewer, connection at bolltr 
house $23 00 

Total '. , , $23 00 

VOUCHER No, 155. A. KIEFER DRUG CO. 
1904. 

Oct. 3. 1,000 lbs. eagle lead $64 00 

" 3. 300 lbs. pure putty 5 25 

" 3. 53 2-7 gal. spr. turpentine 443-70 31 69 

Total $100 94 



305 

VOUCHER No. 156. HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO. 



1904. 



Sept. 27. 12 Ed key sockets aud bushings, at 17c $2 04 

Oct. 7. 2 10 green glass shades and holders, at C5c. . 1 30 

" 7. 6 duplex attachment plugs, at 80c 4 80 



$8 14 
Credit by bill of Sept. 27, error -. . 2 04 



Total $6 10 



VOUCHER No. 157. THE SINKER-DAVIS CO. 

1904. 

Oct. 26. Lander's time on flues, 7 hours $3 50 

" 26. May's time on flues, 7 hours 3 50 

" 26. Street car fares 20 

Total ?7 20 



VOUCHER No. 158. JOSEPH GARDNER. 

1904. 

Oct. 12. 1 bundle No. 5 coppered iron wire $3 50 

12. 1/2 doz. %-m. cold chisels 1 30 

12. 1 pair 10-in pat. pliers 60 

12. 1 pair 8-in. pat. pliers 50 

12. 2 riveting hammers 95 

12. 1 %-in. hollow punch 30 

12. 2 rubber bulbs for flre pots 80 

12. 1 doz. lantern burners 1 15 

21. 1 doz. mallets 150 

21. 1 doz. burners 1 15 

27. Furnishing and fltting up 3 galvanized iron 
skylight frames with %-in. glass for boiler 
house, cutting openings into corrugated iron 
roof for the skylights (3-5x16). Furnishing 
and building necessary woodwork for sky- 
light frames. Furnishing and fitting in gal- 
vanized iron valley gutters above skylight 
frames. Putting old corrugated roof in 
shape again around skylight and joining 
same on to skylight frames as to make a 
; watertight job 154 00 

Total *^^-^ '''' 

20— Central Insane. 



306 

VOUCHER No. 159. ESTA F. CULBERTSON. 
1904. 

Oct. 1. 1 new spring seat on farm wagon $3 00 

" 3. 8 new shoes and 2 bar pads 4 50 

" 4. 1 steel forged spod double pointed 75 

" 15. 2 rubber bar pads 2 25 

" 15. Repair farm wagon 50 

" 18. 4 new shoes 1 50 

" 18. Repair on farm wagon box bed . 1 75 

" 20. Treatment of lame horse, farm 1 50 

" 22. 6 steel forged oval head journals, Frost 80 

" 24. 4 new shoes 1 50 

" 25. 8 pipe hooks 40 

" 25. Repairs on phaeton 50 

" 25. 4 new shoes ^ 1 50 

" 27. 4 new shoes 1 50 

" 28. Repair bread wagon 1 00 

" 28. Repair farm wagon 50 



Total $23 45 



VOUCHER No. ion. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

'l904. ' 
Oct. 31. Repair pay-roll for October, 1904 $389 00 



Total $389 00 



VOUCHER No. IGl. THE STIRLING CO. 
1904. 

Sept. 29. Repairs turbine part $8 45 

" 29. 50 extra bolts . 65 

" 29. 50 extra cutter wheels 1 25 

Oct. 25. 100 manhole gaskets 25 00 

Total $35 



VOUCHER No. 1G2. WILLIAM ROBINSON. 
1904. 

Oct. 29. Three teams, 731/2 days, at $3.51) $257 25 

" 29. William Robinson, 25 days, at $2.00 50 00 

" 29. One man, 24 days, at $1.75 42 00 

" 29. Ten men, 1.35 days, at $1.50 202 50 

Total $551 75 



Total from repair fund $19,802 71 



307 
EXHIBIT No. 15. 



AN ITEMIZED ACCOUNT OF EXPBNDITUKES PAID FROM 

CLOTHING FUND DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 

OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

VOUCHER No. 1. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
1903. 
Nov. 9. 1 case 2073 No. 100 Brs. canton flannel, 978 

yds., at 9c -I^SS 02 

9. 12 gross col. buttons, at 22c 2 04 

" 10. 1 case 2095 No. 100 Brs. canton flannel, 974 

yds, at 9c 87 OtJ 

" 30. 1 case B 2094 No. 100 Brs. canton flannel, 974 

yds., at 9c . 87 OG 



$265 98 
Less 2 per cent discount 5 31 



Total ?260 G7 

VOUCHER No. 2. L. E. MORRISON & CO. 

1903. 

Nov. 30. 39 pairs rubber boots at $3.00 $117 00 

" 30. 30 rubber coats at .$2.35 70 50 



Total $187 50 

VOUCHER No. 3. NATHAN PLANT & CO. 
1903. 
Nov. -25. 100 pair women's shoes at 99c $99 00 



Total $9900 

VOUCHER No. 4. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1903. 
Nov. 30. Clothing pay roll for November, 1903 $168 55 



Total • $!•« ■'•' 

VOUCHER No. 5. HIBBEN, HOLLAVEG .t CO. 



1903. 

Nov. 2. 14 pes. Hamilton <lx3 stripe 038.2, at 72c $47 88 

2. 7 pes. Dwight anchor i/o blea. 368.1. at 72c. 

2. 16 pes. Masonville blea. 874.1, at 72c 

" 2. 8 pes. Am. J. B. prints, 430.2, at .5c 

" 2. 8 pes. Simpson B. & W. prints, 432.1, at 5c 



27 62 
65 57 
21 53 
21 61 



308 

VOUCHER No. 5— Continued. 
1903. 

Nov. 2. 40 doz. superior liose, No. 24, at $2.50 

" 2. 2 1-12 g. gro. pearl buttons at $3.75 

" 2. 4 gro. pant buttons at 40c 

" 2. 6 doz. fine combs at 50c 



Less 2 per cent discount. 



$80 00 


7 


81 


1 


60 


3 


00 


$276 


62 


5 


53 



$271 09 



2. 6 6-12 doz. men's gloves at $8.50 $51 71 

2. 2 g. gro. steel thimbles at $12.00 24 00 

2. 13 pes. Fremont Bro. canton, 794.3, at 92c. . . 75 50 

2. 6 pes. T. H. W. flannel, 363, at 18c 65 34 

2. 1 case flannel, 5219, 644, at 18c 115 92 

7. % g. gro. thimbles at $12.00 

16. 6 doz. gloves, No. 721, at $8.50 

16. 7 doz. gloves, No. 729, at $8.50 

16. 3 doz. gloves. No. 720, at $8.50 

16. 3 doz. gloves. No. 721. at $8.50 



Total : $773 06 

VOUCHER No. 6. STOUT'S FACTORY SHOE STORE COMPANY. 
1903. 

Nov. 24 pairs men's shoes at $1.13 $27 12 

" 100 pairs men's sHppers at 92i4c 92 50 

76 pairs men's shoes at $1.13 85 88 



8 00 




51 00 




59 50 




25 50 




25 50 






501 97 





Total $205 50 

VOUCHER No. 7. PETER NUTZ. 
1903. 
Nov. 30. Mending 30 pair shoes $16 80 



Total $16 80 

VOUCHER No. 8. PETER NUTZ. 
1903. 
Dec. 31. Mending 15 pairs of shoes $9 80 



Total $9 SO 

VOUCHER No. 9. NATHAN PLANT & CO. 
1903. 

Nov. 30. 40 pair women's shoes at 99c $39 00 

" 30. 10 pair women's shoes at $1.09 10 90 

Dec. 9. 176 pair men's shoes at $1.07 189 20 

9. 24 pair men's shoes at $1.07 25 80 

Total . . ; $265 50 



309 

VOUCHER No. 10. L. E. MORRISON & CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 9. 6 pail- rubber boots at $3.00 .>t;i8 00 

" 9. 2 rubber coats at $2.35 4 70 



Total $27 70 

VOUCHER No. 11. GEORGE P. EDENHARTER, Superiuteiideiit. 

1903. 
Dec. 31. Clothing pay roll for December, 1903 $173 77 



Total . $173 77 



VOUCHER No. 12. FRED W. EPPERT. 
1903. 

Dee. 22. 106 pairs shoes at $1.15 .' $121 90 

" 31. 94 pairs shoes at $1.15 110 40 



Total $232 30 



VOUCHER No. 13. HIBBBN, HOLLWEG & CO. 
1903. 

Dec. 8. 7 doz. Windsor ties at $1.50 $10 50 

8. 71/2 doz. bow ties at $2.00 

8. 11/2 doz. bow ties at $2.00 

8. 18 doz. Windsor ties at $1.50 

8. 22 doz. handkerchiefs at 60c 

8. 25 doz. handkerchiefs at 60c 

8. 7 doz. handkerchiefs at 45c 

8. 15 doz. handkerchiefs at 45c 

8. 18 doz. handkerchiefs at 45c 

Total $101 70 



VOUCHER No. 14. STOUT'S FACTORY SHOE STORE COMPANY. 

1903. 
Dec. 18. 2 pair ladies' shoes at $3.00 $6 00 



15 


00 


3 


00 


27 


00 


13 


20 


15 


00 


3 


15 


6 


75 


8 


10 



Total ?'•> f'O 

VOUCHER No. 15. L. E. MORRISON & CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 26. 4 pair rubber boots at $3.00 $12 00 

" 26. 3 D. F. off drill coats at $2.35 7 05 

Total ...'.. $19 05 



310 

VOUCHER No. IG. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 5. 8 pes. cashmere, 444 yds., at 19%c $86 58 

5. 13% doz. braces at $2.00 27 67 

5. IVa doz. braces at $2.00 2 66 

5. 1-12 doz. braces, delivered, at $2.00 17 

5. 24 doz. shirts at $4.37% 105 00 

5. 1-12 doz. sliirts, delivered, at $4.371/2 36 

" 5. 41 pes. Nainsook, No. 120-1059 yds., at 9c. . . . 95 33 

5. 100 doz. ^ocks. No. 300, at 80c 80 00 

"• 5. 12 doz. handkerchiefs at 60c 7 20 

" 5. 1-12 doz. handkerchiefs, delivered, at 60c.... 05 

-" 13. 12 doz. braces, No. 505, at $2.12V2 25 50 

" 13. 1-12 doz. braces. No. 505, at $2.12 18 

Total $430 70 



VOUCHER No. 17. PETER NUTZ. 
1904. 
Jan. 30. Mending shoes $16 50 



Total $16 50 



VOUCHER No. 18. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
1904. 

Jan. 21. 312% yds. canton flannel, 8-oz., at 9e $28 10 

" 21. 365 yds. canton flannel. No. 100, at 9c 32 87 

" 21. 343 yds. Am. camb. at 3y3C 12 01 

" 21. 521% yds. D wight blea. at 8c 4174 

" 21. 376 yds. Mason blea. at 7%c 29 18 

" 21. 30 pckgs. No. 3 pins at 27y2C 8 25 

" 21. 100 pckgs. hair pins at 2%c 2 50 

" 21. 6 doz. No. 108 combs at 50c 3 00 

" 21. 21 8-gro. tape at 30c 6 30 

" 21. 15 doz. 4-4 laces at 22%c 3 38 

" 21. 50 gro. pants buttons at ISMiC 6 75 

" 21. 4 g. gro. No. 27 pants buttons at 35c 1 40 

" 21. 4 gro. No. 30 agates at 90c 3 60 

" 21. 1 gro. webbing 2 50 

" 21. 503 yds. selesia at 6c 30 18 

" 21. 687 yds. Simpson dark prints at 5c 34 35 

" 21. 1038% yds. American indigo blue at 5c 51 94 

" 21. 513 yds. Humbolt jeans at 30c 153 90 

$451 95 

Less 2 per cent, discount 9 04 

Total $442 91 



311 

VOUCHER No. li). J. A. EHRENSPEKGEK & CO. 
1904. 
Jan. 30. 1 pair men's shoes $3 50 



Total $3 50 

VOUCHER No. 20. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 
1904. 
Jan. 30. Clothing pay roll for January, 1904 $170 48 



Total $170 48 

VOUCHER No. 21. NATHAN PLANT & CO. 



1904. ; 

Feb. 2. 100 pair ladies' shoes at 99c $99 00 



!| 



Total $99 00 

VOUCHER No. 22. HIBBEN. HOLLWEG & CO. 
1904. 

Feb. 3. 625% yds. Hamilton stripe at 9e $50 30 

" 3. 13 doz. hose, No. 24, at $2.10 27 30 

3. 27 doz. hose. No. 24, at $2.10 5G 70 

3. 40 doz. O. N. thread at 50c 20 00 

3. 5 doz. dressing combs at 60c 3 00 

3. 100 pkgs. hair pins at 2y2C 2 50 

3. 607% yds. Humbolt jeans at 32%c. . 197 36 



$363 16 
Less 2 per cent, discount 7 27 



$355 89 

3. 48 gro. bone collar buttons at 40c 19 20 

3. 651 yds. blue mixed flannel at 20c net 130 20 



Total $505 29 

VOUCHER No. 23. L. B. iiORRISON & CO. 
1904. 
Feb. 24. 2 pair rubber boots at $3.00 $6 00 



Total' ?6 00 

VOUCHER No. 24. HAVENS & GEDDBS COMPANY. 
1904. 

Feb: 16. 25 44 laces at 22yoC ifS 63 

" 16. 50 1046 24 V buttons at 12c 6 00 

" 16. 24 E-7 combs at 62c 14 88 



$26 51 
Less 2 per cent, discount 53 



Total $25 98 



312 - : 

VOUCHER No. 25. BLISS, SWAIN & CO. 
1904. 
Feb. 20. 101 suits of c-lothing at $6.00 $606 00 

Total $606 00 

VOUCHER No. 26. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
Feb. 29. Clothing pay roll, February, 1904 $173 75 

Total $173 75 

VOUCHER No. 27. PETER NUTZ. 
1904. 
Feb. 29. Mending 30 pairs of shoes $18 50 

Total $18 50 

VOUCHER No. 28. NATHAN PLANT & CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 1. 35 pair O. L. Bals ladies' shoes at 99c $34 05 

1. 15 pair O. L. Bals ladies' shoes at $1.09 16 35 

Total $51 00 

VOUCHER No. 29. L. E. MORRISON & CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 3. 1 T. J. coat rubber $5 00 

" 3. 1 pair rubber boots 3 00 

" 3. 1 C. A. hat 50 

Total $8 50 

VOUCHER No. 30. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
1904. 

Mar. 5. 4 g. gro. No. 40 buttons at 97c $3 88 

" 17. 4 gro. No. 20 buttons at 73c 2 92 

. " 17. 101 pair jeans pants at $1.00 101 00 

" 17. 102 yds. 36-in. duck at 30c 30 60 

" 17. 402 yds. Anchor % blea at 9e 36 18 

" 17. 320 yds. Anchor 1/2 blea at 9c 28 87 

" 17. 824% yds. Mason ville at 8c 65 98 

" 17. 725% yds. Lancaster staple at 6c 43 52 

" 17. 30 pkgs. pins at 27y2C 8 25 

" 17. 12 doz. E7 combs at 65c 7 80 

" 17. 12 doz. 108 combs at 50c 6 00 

" 17. 40 doz. 5-4 laces at 22y2C 9 00 

" 17. 100 doz. O. N. thread at 50c 50 00 

" 17. 1 No. 445 web 2 40 



313 

VOUCHER No. 3U— Contiuiied. 
1904. 

Mar. 21. 3 No. 8 tape, 7 gro. each 21, at 32y2C. $G 83 

" 21. 24 No. 3 duplex safety pins at 2Sc 6 72 

" 21. 100 pkgs. hair pins at 214c 2 50 

$311 45 

Less 2 per cent, discount 5 23 

305 22 

Total • $406 22 

VOUCHER No. 31. PETER NUTZ. 
1904. 
Mar. 31. Mending 39 pair shoes $22 10 

Total $22 10 

VOUCHER No. 32. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
Mar. 31. Clothing pay roll for month of March, 1904. . $106 35 

Total $166 35 

VOUCHER No. 33. STOUT'S FACTORY SHOE STORE COMPANY. 

1904. 
Apr. 9. 100 pair men's shoes at $1.071/^ $107 50 

Total $107 50 

VOUCHER No. 34. L. STRAUSS & CO. 
1904. 
Apr. 1. 100 suits of clothing at $6.00 $600 00 

Total $600 00 

VOUCHER No. 35. FRED W. EPPERT. 
1904. 
Apr. 22. 100 pair men's shoes at $1.121/0 $112 50 

Total $11^ 50 

VOUCHER No. 36. HIBBEN. HOLLWEG & CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 1. 20 doz. black bows at 75c $15 00 

1. 12 doz. Sir John collars at $1.25 15 00 

" 1. 20 gro. 4-4 shoe laces at 75c 15 00 

: "Total : $45 00 



314 

VOUCHER No. 37. NATHAN PLANT & CO. 
1904. 
Apr. 2. 100 pair Doug soutberu ties at -$1.02i/4 $102 50 



Total -$102 50 

VOUCHER No. 38. PETER NUTZ. 
1904. 
Apr. 29. Mendiug 17 pair slices $10 20 



Total $10 20 

VOUCHER No. 39. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 
1904. 

Apr. 8. 331 yds. Anchor 1/2 blea. at 81/30 $28 96 

8. 888% yds. Simpson dark prints at 5%c 

8. 758% yds. American I. R. prints at 5%c. . . . 

8. 3681/3 yds. Anchor blea. at 8%c 

S. 839% yds. Mason blea. at 8c 

8. 6 doz. No. E7 combs at 65c 

8. 6 doz. No. 108 combs at 50c 

8. 2 doz. No. 24 combs at 65c 

8. 100 pkgs. hair pins at 2c 

8. 2 g. gro'. No. 20 agate buttons at 73c 

18. 24 No. 3 duplex safety pins at 28c 



48 


87 


41 


72 


32 


25 


67 


16 


3 


90 


3 


00 


1 


30 


2 


00 


1 


46 


6 


72 



$237 34 
Less 2 per cent, discount. ... 7' 4 74 



$232 60 

20. 81/3 doz. No. 479 overalls at $5.00 41 67 

20. 81/3 doz. No. 527 jumpers at $5.25 43 75 

20. 101 pair jeans pants at $1.25 126 25 

20. 1-12 doz. 479 overalls at $5.00 42 

20. 1-12 doz. 527 jumpers at $5.25 44 



Total $445 13 

VOUCHER No. 40. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. ' 

Apr. 29. Clothing pay roll for month of April, 1904. . . $172 75 



Total $172 75 

VOUCHER No. 41. A. P. HENDRICKSON HAT COMPANY. 
1904. 

May 6. 12 doz. hats, wool, at $12.00 ; . . $144 00 

" 6. 12 doz. hats, straw, at $6.00 72 00 

Total $216 00 



315 



VOUCHER No. 42. HIBBBN, HOLLWEG & CO. 



1004. 
May 5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
16. 



2 doz. silk thread at 85c 

8281/2 yds. D wight Anchor V_. blea. at SVoc. 

420% yds. ginghams at syoc 

4211/4 yds. Simpson's darli prints at 5i/oc... 

43714 yds. American shirting at 5c 

420% yds. Indigo blue prints at 5%c 

304% yds. Humbolt jeans at 32il>c 

40 doz. hose, ladies,' at $2.10 

40 doz. thread at 50c -. 

1214 doz. dress combs at 60c 

3 cabinets bone crochet hoolis at 52c 

12 I. R. web at IS^c 

30 pkgs. No. 3 brass pins at 221/2C 

12 pkgs. darners 

100 pkgs. hair pins 

3,000 Harper's needles at 85c 



Less 2 per cent, discount. 
Total 



$1 70 
70 42 
23 11 
23 17 
21 86 
23 13 
99 04 
84 00 
20 00 
7 35 

1 56 

2 25 
6 75 

12 
2 00 
2 55 



$389 01 

7 75 



$381 26 



VOUCHER No. 43. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 
1904. * 
May 31. Clothing pay ro'll for May, 1904 $175 25 



Total 

VOUCHER No. 44. PETER NUTZ. 



1904. 



May 31. Mending 24 pairs shoes .' $15 40 

Total 



$175 25 



$15 4U 



VOUCHER No. 45. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO. 



1904. 



June 13. 11 Masonville ble., 617 yds., at Sc $49 36 



Less 2 per cent, discount. 
Total 



$49 36 

98 



VOUCHER No. 40. NATHAN PLANT & CO. 



$48 38 



1904. 



June 17. 100 O. S. Bals at 99c $99 00 

" 17. 25 pair slippers at 77i/^c 19 38 



Total 



$118 38 



316 



1904. 
JuDe 5 



VOUCHER No. 47. HAVENS & GEDDES CO. 

4 pes. Humbolt jeans, 190% yds., at 32%c $61 99 

14 pes. Mason ville blea., 738% yds., at 8c 59 06 

12 pes. Anchor blea., 620% yds., at 8c 49 60 

12 pes. Am. I. B.'s, 6223^ yds., at 5%c 34 25 

9 pes. Am. sheeting, 379% yds., at 5c 18 99 

6 pes. Meri. sheeting, 271% yds., at 5c 13 59 

12 pes. Simpson B. & W., 619% yds., at 51/2C. . 34 08 

16 pes. Lancaster staple, 683% yds., at 5%c. . 39 30 

20 doz. No. 24 hose at $2.12% 45 50 

40 4-4 laces at 22%c 9 00 

100 hair pins at $2.00 2 00 

$364 36 

Less 2 per cent, discount 7 29 

Total 



$357 07 



VOUCHER No. 48. GEORGE F. EDENHARTER, Superintendent. 

1904. 
June 30. Clothing pay roll for June, 1904 $172 00 

Total $172 00 

VOUCHER No. 49. PETER *NUTZ. 

1904. 
June 30. Mending 24 pairs shoes $13 95 

Total $13 95 

VOUCHER No. 50. FRED W. EPPERT. 
1904. 

July 30. 100 pair shoes at $1.15 $115 00 

" 30. 2 pair shoes at $2.50 5 00 

Total $120 00 

VOUCHER No. 51. HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & CO 
1904. 

July 11. 8 5-12 doz. jeans pants at $15.00 $126 25 

" 11. 1-12 doz. jeans pants at $15.00 125 

" 11. i/e doz 250 SOX at 85c 14 

" 11. 100 doz. 250 SOX at 85c 85 00 

" 11. 12 e. Sir John collars at $1.05 12 60 

" 11. 3 doz. bows at 75c 2 25 

" , 11. 1% doz. bows at 75c 1 13 

" 11. 1 doz. bows 75 

•' 11. 5 doz.