Legislative Documents, Volume 5

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Contains the reports of state departments and officials for the preceding fiscal biennium.
 

Contents

Necessity for protection against fire
48
Expenses of inspection
54
CHAPTER XI
61
Concerning veterans as officers of the Soldiers Home
69
PAGE
72
To pay per diem and expenses of inspectors to county and private asylums
73
State Hospital at Cherokee
78
CHAPTER XIII
79
Morals and heredity Condition of parents of patients admitted during biennial period ending June 30 1901
82
51
96
Penitentiary at Ft Madison
107
Condition when last discharged of patients readmitted during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
108
CHAPTER XIV
113
100
141
51 52
144
54
150
Conjugal condition of members received Table 4 Statement of pensions drawn by members of the home
157
Age parental condition manner of commitment of those received Table 50 Birthplace of those received
158
Cause of commitment Table 52 Disposition of girls discharged during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
159
Sex and color of patients admitted during the biennial period ending June 30
160
Average number of patients employed during the biennial period ending
161
Terms of sentence of prisoners
162
Crimes committed by prisoners received Table 166 Employment of prisoners SUMMARY OF PENITENTIARIES
163
Occupation prior to admission of members received during the biennial period ending June 30 1901 Present occupation of all members in the home
168
SOLDIERS ORPHANS HOME DAVENPORT Table 6 Movement of population
169
102 103
170
Birthplace of inmates Table 10 Education of inmates received during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
171
Health and physical condition of inmates received during the biennial period ending June 30 1951
172
college for the blind VINTON Table 15 Movement of population
173
Education of pupils received during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
174
SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF COUNCIL BLUFFS Table 22 Movement of population
175
9
176
Nativity of pupils received Table 26 Educational attainments of pupils received during the biennial period ending June 30 1901 Table 27 Nativity of ...
177
Health and physical condition of pupils received during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
180
Age of those admitted Table 32 Sex and color of inmates received
181
Birthplace of inmates received Table 34 Education of inmates received
182
Nativity of parents of those received Table 36 Health and physical condition of those received
183
Morals and heredity Condition of parents Table 38 Inmates having relatives other than parents having deficiencies
184
Alleged cause of feeblemindedness of those received Table 40 Age at which feeblemindedness occurred
185
Cause for dismissal Table 42 Condition of inmates discharged INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR BOYS ELDORA Table 43 Movement of population
186
Age parental condition manner of commitment of boys received Table 46 Cause of commitment Table 45 Nativity of boys received Table 47 Disposi...
188
Age at death
194
Age of patients at time of admission
200
Education of patients admitted during biennial period ending June 30 1901
201
Conjugal condition of patients admitted
202
Occupation of patients prior to admission
203
Physical condition of patients at time of admission
206
Form of insanity of patients admitted during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
207
Supposed or assigned cause of insanity Table 76 Form of insanity of patients who recovered or died during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
208
105 106
209
Discharged patients Duration of insanity before entrance with results During the biennial period ending June 30 1901
210
Age at death
212
Cause of death
213
Supported by whom Patients present June 30 1901
214
By whom supported Patients present June 30 1901
215
109
216
Changes in population by transfers paroles and escapes during the biennial
217
period ending June 30 1901
228
CLARINDA Table 106 Movement of population 235
235
Movement of population since opening of the hospital Table 86 Nativity of parents of patients admitted during the biennial period ending
236
period ending June 30 1901
238
Table 115Age of patients at time of admission
240
Education of patients admitted during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
242
Occupation of patients prior to admission
243
Physical condition of patients at time of admission
246
Form of insanity of patients admitted during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
248
Form of insanity of patients who recovered or died during the biennial period
249
ending June 30 1901
252
Nativity of prisoners received Table 145 Occupation of prisoners prior to conviction
261
Nativity of parents of prisoners received during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
262
Morals and heredity Condition of parents of prisoners received during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
263
Home life of prisoners received Table 150 Conjugal relation of parents of prisoners received Table 151 Terms of sentence of prisoners received
264
Offenses of prisoners received
265
Nativity and parentage of prisoners compared with crime Prisoners received during biennial period ending June 30 1901
266
Employment of prisoners
267
ANAMOSA Table 155 Movement of population
268
Mental culture habits conjugal condition color and terms served by prisoners received
269
Nativity of prisoners received Table 159 Occupation of prisoners prior to conviction
270
Movement of population
277
Nativity of prisoners received
278
Terms of sentence of prisoners received Table 171 Crimes committed by prisoners received
279
GENERAL SUMMARY Table 172 Movement of population
280
CHAPTER II
283
June 30 1901
284
Movement of population June 30 1900 to June 30 1901
286
Officers employes and medical attendance for the year 1900
292
Dietary 1901
296
Fire protection and sanitary condition for the year 1901
310
Number of paupers sane and insane in county almshouses July 1 1901
316
PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS Table 13 Movement of population June 30 1899 to June 30 1900
319
Movement of population June 30 1900 to June 30 1901
320
Fire protection and sanitary conditions for the year 1901
321
Dietary 1901
322
CHAPTER IIIFINANCIAL TABLES AMOUNT AND DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS OF STATE INSTITUTIONS AND EXPENSE ACCOUNT OF BO...
323
Duration of treatment of patients who recovered or died during the biennial period ending June 30 1901
328
Potatoes 14 15
346
PART III
363
Table 126Age at death
376
Soldiers Orphans Home
385
Appropriations for how expended
403
College for the Blind
407
School for the Deaf
425
Institution for FeebleMinded Children
468
Industrial School for Boys
500
Industrial School for Girls
517
Mt Pleasant State Hospital
531
Independence State Hospital
567
Clarinda State Hospital
623
Penitentiary at Ft Madison
655
State Hospital for the Insane Mt Pleasant Table 9 State Hospital for the Insane Independence Table 10 State Hospital for the Insane Clarinda Table 11 ...
670
109 110
671
Officers and employes of the Board and of the institutions with duty and salary
678
Penitentiary at Anamosa
680
Message
701
Inaugural
707
Boiler insurance 46
737
Industrial School for Girls
739
61 62
744
Normal School
748
Necessity for more land 15 22
15
Necessity of drainage 22
22
No 24
24
State University
26
Home life of prisoners received during the biennial period ending June
30
1901
39
Appropriations needed
79
87 88
86
No 25
25
Report of Board of Control
1
No 26
26
90 91
10
State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
15
No 27
27
VOLUME II
60
STATISTICS OF THE BOARD
65
Movement of population
41

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