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strongly urged that in all large cities tion made in the Chicago schools, there should be a separate court for states that of 75,000 children examthe trial of children's cases and that ined in the course of eight school in jails there should be facilities for months, 4,539 were temporarily exkeeping children separated from the cluded on account of contagious criminals and older prisoners. disease. As a result the mortality

from scarlet fever and diphtheria has At a recent meeting of the Board been reduced almost one-half. of Health, of Alameda, Cal., a resolution urging legislative action to

The editor of CHARITIES acknowlprovide for the establishment and maintenance of state sanatoriums edges with thanks, the receipt of the

following reports: for the care of consumptives was

The United Hebrew Charities, unanimously adopted.

New York.

United States Consular Reports, A bill is to be introduced in the Indiana Legislature providing for

The Educational Alliance, New the establishment of a village for

York. epileptics, and carrying appropria

The Local Government Board, tions amounting to $200,000 for the

1899-1900. London. purchase of 1,000 acres of land and

Franklin Reformatory Home for the erection of suitable buildings.

Inebriates, Philadelphia.

Home for Incurables, New York. An Associated Charities Society

La Société Des Crèches, Paris. was organized at Newport News, Va.,

Bulletin of Statistics Department, December 13. A constitution and

for August. Boston. by-laws were adopted, modeled after

Brooklyn Bureau of Charities, those of Washington, D. C.

1900.

Industrial Aid Society, Boston. The Italian Parliament has de

Colored Orphan Asylum, New cided to establish a sanatorium for

York. the consumptive poor in memory of

The New York Christian Home the late King Humbert I.

for Internperate Men.

The American Museum of NatuThe monthly report of the Legal Aid Society for November shows

ral History, New York. that 1,319 applications for legal aid

The New York Homeopathic were received and acted upon during Medical College and Hospital. the month.

The "Little Mothers'” Annual,

New York. Dr. Reynolds, health commissioner, Ahawath Chesed Shaar Hashoreporting upon the medical inspec- mayim Sisterhood, New York.

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women

The American Baptist Home Mis- of which entitled the bearer to sion Society

perform a prescribed amount of New York Ophthalmic Hospital. work for which he was paid fifty

Trinity Church Association, New cents in cash; of this number 296 York.

were brought by men with homes in New York Infirmary for Women

the city.

Twenty-three and Children.

were employed in the laundry, and St. Vincent de Paul Orphan Asy- were given a total of seventy-five lum, New York.

days' work. Seventy-eight days' Associated Charities, Evansville, work were given to women emInd.

ployed at the workrooms. Florence Crittenton Mission, New York.

At the office of the examining New York State Reformatory, El- physician for outdoor poor in the mira.

Department of Public Charities, 270 Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York. persons were examined in the week

Independent Order Benai Berith, ending December 22. Of this numNew York.

ber 140 were sent to the State HosThe Associated Charities, St. pital; sixty-two to the Metropolitan Paul, Minn.

Hospital; twenty-three to the Dis

pensary; twelve to the superintendTHE WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 22.

ent of outdoor poor; thirty-two to

Bellevue; and one returned home. The Joint Application Bureau of

The number of hospital cases sent the Charity Organization Society out for investigation was 247. and the Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor received

From the Department of Public 657 applications for aid in the week Charities sixteen children were sent ending December 22. Sixty home- to the Infants' Hospital on Randall's less persons

taken in Island. Ten of these children were charge. The investigating agents

over two years of age, and six under from the central office of the

two. Seventy-two persons were Charity Organization Society made sent to the city almshouse and thirty 563 calls to obtain information con

to the state almshouse at Flatbush cerning the needs of those asking

to be cared for by the State Board

of Charities. for assistance, and 312 new names were recorded in the registration

At the United Hebrew Charities bureau.

from December 10 to December 24 The new families taken in charge there was an average of 500 appliby the district committees num

cants per day for general relief. ber sixty-two. At the woodyard This does not include those applying 361 tickets were presented, each for employment.

were

VOLUME V

[The number first given indicates the number of the issue ; the final number, the page.]

Charter Provisions for Public Charities, 13,

p. 9
Charter Revision, 28, p. 12,
Child, Byron M., 26, p. 4.
Children, Care of Neglected, Massachusetts,

22, p. 14.
Children, Commitment as Public Charges,

27, p. 8.
Children, Co-operation of Public and Private

Agencies in Care of, 10, p. I.
Children of the Poor, 27, p. 20.
Children of the Tenement-House, 14, p. 3.
Children's Court, 10, p. 7; 13, p. 3; 16, p.

8; 18, P, 8; 19, P. 1 ; 20, p. 18; 23, p. 14.
Child Vagrancy, Possible Causes, 31, p. I.
Choral Union, 21, p. 9.
Christmas Dinners, Evening Worli's, 31,

P. Io.

Ifter Fifty Years, 16, p. 11.
Alms, Charity, and Substitutes for Charity,

7. p. 5.
Almshouse at Flatbush, 14, p. 13.
Almshouse, Blackwell's Island, 25, p 9.
Almshouses in Third Judicial District, 13, p.

IO.
Almy, Frederic, 7, p. 5.
Amendment to State Finance Law, 3, p. 8.
An Illustrative Case, 29, p. 17.
An Illustrative Problem, 30, p. 16; 31, p. 7.
An Interesting Case, 28, p. 17.
An Interesting Case: A Supplementary State-

ment, 30, p. 12.
Annual Meeting of Charity Organization

Society, 21, p. 8; 24, p. 1; 26, p. 16.
Annual Meeting of State Charities Aid Asso-

ciation, 30, p. 7;
Annual Report of Charity Organization

Society, Extracts, 25, p. 1.
Arrested Civilization, 15, p. II.
Barrows, Samuel J., 26, p. 10.
Beggars, 22, p. 4.
Bellevue Hospital, Alleged Abuses, 31, p. 8.
Bennett, George C., 14, P 10.
Berry, Miss J. L., 21, p. II.
Birt well, Miss Mary L., 7, p. I
Blair, George, 25, p. 9.
Board of Control, Economic Utility, 6, p. 7.
Bond, Miss Kate, 18, p. 10.
Boys. Organized Work with, 23, p. 9.
Breaking Up ol Families, 26, p. 3.
Brockway, Z. R., Resignation of, II, p. 6;

12, p. 9.
Brooklyn Association for Improving the

Condition of the Poor, I, p. 15.
Brooklyn Bureau of Charities, 1, p. 14; 26,

p. 13.
Brooklyn Disciplinary Training School, 26,
Brown, Miss Mary Wilcox, 3, p. 9.
Brush, W. Franklin, 17, p. 9.
Building Laws, Non-Enforcement, 29, p. 18.
Butler, Edmond J., 29, p. I.
Capen, Edward W., II, p. I.
Care of Families in Illness, 6, p. I.
Catholic Protectory, 3, p. 10.
Cautionary List No. 120, 1, p. I.
Cautionary List No. 121, 23, p. 2.
Charity and the Church, 8, p. 10; 27, p. I.
Charities and Correction, National Confer-

ence of, 1, p. 11.
Charity, Modern, 6, p. 10.
Charity Promoter, The, 24, p. 8.
Charity Organization, London Conference,

3, p. 5.
Charity Organization Society as a Relief

Giving Agency, 29, p. 12.
Charity Organization Society, London, 6, p.

II.

Church and Charity, 8, p. 10; 27, p. I.
City Block Condemned, 28, p. 14.
City Block in 1896, 20, p. 2
City Hospitals, Plan for Separate Depart-

ment, 27, p. 12.
Civic Club, Philadelphia, 25, p. 8.
Civil Service Examinations, 18, p. 13
Classification, 26, p. 5.
Classifications of Employés in Charitable

Institutions, 3, p. 8.
Coler, Bird S., 26, p. I.
Commissioner of Charities, Brooklyn, 12, p.

16.
Committee on Dependent Children, 29, p. I.
Conference of Charities and Correction,

New York State, 4, p. 6; 10, p. 12 ; 19,

p. 13.
Conference of Charities and Correction of

New York State. Program, 17, p. 13.
Conference of Charities and Correction, New

York, Report, 26, p. I.
Consumption, War Against, 20, p. 6.
Consumptives, Municipal Hospital, 22, p. I.
Consumptives, National Hospital, 26, P. 12.
Consumpuves, Policy of Sending West, 8,

p. 9.
Contagion, Care of, 9, p. I.
Convention of Societies for the Prevention

of Cruelty, 6, p. 12
Co-operation of Charitable Agencies in

Philadelphia, 25, p 8.
Co-operation, Principles of, 7. p. 1.
Co-operative Experience of State Hospital

for Insane, 26, p. 7.
Co-operative Movement in Great Britain, 15,

p. 14.
Cooper Union Labor Bureau, 7, p. 9; 30, p. 1.
Craig Colony's Seventh Year, 24. p. 12.
Crime, Pauperism, and Mental Deficiency,

16, p. 6.
Criminal Tendencies Among Boys, Causes,

IO, p. 13.
Criminal, Treatment of, 26, p. 8.

P. II.

Cruelty at Elmira, 12, p. 14.
Cuba, Conditions in, 2, p. 8.
Cuban Charities, 13, p. I.
Cutting, R. Fulton, 5, p. 8.
Daley, Miss Agnes, 28, p. I.
Decision upon the Prevailing Rate of Wages,

30, p. 9.
De Forest, Robert W., 15, p. 3.
Degeneracy, 10, p. 8.
Delehanty, Daniel, 26, p. 6.
Department of Charities, Estimates for 1901,

19. p. 3.
Department of Public Hospitals, 15, p. 8.
Dependent Children, Care of, 27, p. 5; 29, p. I.
Dependent Children, New York System of

Caring for, 27, p. 6.
Deserted Wives, 14, p. 1.
Detention of Youthful Misdemeanants in the
District of Columbia, I,

p. I.
Devine, Edward T., 8, p. 1 ; 26, p. 3.
Devins, John B., 30, p. I.
Dispensaries, City, 20, p. 12.
Dispensaries for the Poor, 19, P. 12.
Dispensaries for the Poor vs. a Hospital for

Consumptives, 19, p. 9.
Dock, Miss L. L., 6, p. I.
Duryea, J. T., 26, p. 5.
Duty of the State Toward its Idiotic and

Feeble-Minded, 26, p. 6.

Edgewater Crèche, 3, p. 9; 25, p. 5.
Emanu-El Sisterhood, 22, p. 13.
Employment, Lack of, 8, p. 8.
Experiences in Fresh-Air Work, 21, p. II.
Fallows, Bishop, 22, p. 9.
Filtration System, Recommended for City,

Hospital Care of Crippled Children, 29. p. II.
Hospital Examiners' Report, 23, p. 13.
Hospital, Kings County, 14, p. II.
Hospital, Manhattan State, 14, p. 15.
Hospitals, Responsibility of, 1, p. 12.
House oí Refuge for Women, 26, p. 15.
Housing Problem in London, 6, p. 6.
Housing Resorm, 28, p. I.
Idiotic and Feeble Minded, Duty of the State

Toward, 26, p. 6.
Index, Volume IV, 9, p. 5.
India, Private Charity, 6, p. 8.
Inebriety, 13, p. 13.
Indiana State Board of Charities, 14, p. 7.
Industrial Building, 17, p. 3.
Inspection of Private Charitable Institutions,

7, p. 8.

Institutional Care of Destitute Adults, 26, p.4.
Italians, Amusements, 12, p. I.
Jackson, Samuel Macauly, 17, p. 3.
Juvenile Court, 16, p. 8 ; 18, p. 8 ; 20, p. 18;

23, p. 14.
Juvenile Court of Chicago, 10, p. 7; 19, p. 1.
Juvenile Court Law, Illinois, Text of, 13,

p. 3.
Keene, George F., 9, p. I.
Keller, John W., 7. p. 9; 27, p. 8.
Kimball, Miss Charlotte, 12, p. I.
Kinkead, Thomas L., 27, p. 5.
Knopf, S. A., 19, p. 9.
Labor Bureau, Cooper Union, 7, p. 9; 30,
Laundry of the Charity Organization Society,

17, P. 9; 25, p. 5.
Lectures, Free, 15, p. 9.
Legal Aid Society, 20, p. 20.
Lend-a-Hand Society, 28, p. 15.
Libraries, Free, II, p. 7.
Library Consolidation, 21, p. 9.
Life in a New Tenement-House, 28, p. I.
Life in a Second Class Tenement-House, 4.

28, p. II.
Finance Law, Amendment, 3. p. 8.
First Aid to the Injured, 23, p. 13.
FitzGerald, John F., 26, p. 6.
Folks, Homer, 2, p. 8; 5, p. 1; 13, p. 1; 27

p. 1.

p. 6.

p. I.

Frankel, Lee K., 21, p. 1.
Fraudulent Solicitors, 14, p. 7.
Free Coal Bill, 25, p. 2.
Fresh-Air Agencies, 12, p. 10.
Fresh-Air Work, 21, p. II; 25, p. 5.
Fresh-Air Work, St. Vincent de Paul Society,

18, p. 1o.
Funds, Supervision of Special, 14, p. 9.

II.

Galveston Disaster, 16, p. II.
George Junior Republic, 2, p. 12.
Gerry, Elbridge T., 25, p. 13.
Giving of Relief and Organization of Charity,

30, p. 1o.
Greer, David H., 19, p. 12.

Life in a Tenemen:-House, 24, p. 5.
Litchfield, Mrs. Edward H., 14. p. II.
London Charity Organization Society, 6, p.
London Conference on Charity Organization

3, p. 5.
London Sanitary Institute Conference, 3,

p. 6.
Lowell, Mrs. Charles R., 26, p. 15.
Ludlow Street Jail, 12, p. 10.
McLaughlin, George, 26, p. 14.
McLean, Francis H., 23, p. I.
Manhattan State Hospital, 14, p. 15.
Maps, Tenement-House Exhibit, 14, p. 4.
Material Relief, Uses and Limitations, 5, p.

IO.

Hale, Edward E., 8. p. 10.
Hamilton, Lord George, 6, p. 8.
Hartley House, 20, p. 9.
Health of New York City, 28, p. 9.
Hebberd, Robert W., 10, p. I.
Heredity and Human Progress, 7, p. t.
Hill. Robert W., 14, p. 13.
Holiday Visit in Vermoni, 15. p. 12.

Militarism and Charity, 2, p. 5.
Milk, Pure Supply for City, 24, p. 3.
Model Institution, 26, p. 6.
Model Tenements, 2, p. I.
Montreal, Charity Organization Society, 23,

p. 1.

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Organized Work with Boys, 23, p. 9.
Organization of Charity and Giving of Relief,

30, p. io.
Outdoor Relief, 4, p. 5.
Parental Responsibility, 5, p. 7.
Paris Exposition Awards, 13, p. 8; 20, p. 8.
Parker, Theodore, 16, p. II.
Paulist Social Settlement, 15, p. 9.
Pauperism and Municipal Charities, 7, p. 9.
Pauperism. Unrecognized Sources, 25, p. II.
Pay of Charity Workers, 14, p. 10.
Philadelphia, Co-operation of Charitable

Agencies, 25, p. 8.
Philanthropic Work, Summer School in, I,

P. II; 3, p. I ; 4, p. 8; 5. p. 1; 8, p. 1;

Squirrel Inn, 20, p. 19.
State Board of Charities in Indiana, 14, p. I.
Stale Charities Aid Association, Report to

Lunacy Commission, 22, p. 5.
State Charities Aid Association, Annual

Meeting, 30, p. 7.
Stewart, W. R., 7, p. 8 ; 26, p. I.
Stokes, J. Graham Phelps, 26, p. 2.
Straus, Nathan, 10, p. 9.
Sturgis, Thomas, 26, p. 8.
Summer School, Employment of Members,

10, p. 8.
Summer School in Philanthropic Work, 1, p.

II ; 3, p. I; 4, p. 8; 5, p. : ; 8, p. 1; 8,

p. 9
Supervision of Private Charitable Insti-

tutions, 25, p. 3.
Supervision of Special Funds, 14, p. 9.
Tenement-House Bath-Room, 27, p. 10.
Tenemerit House Baths in Cincinnati, 18.

P. 12.
Tenement-House Children, 14, p. 3.
Tenemenr-House Commission, 5, p. 6; 18, p.

2 ; 20, p. 13.
Tenement-House Commission, Circular

Issued by, 3, p. 3.
Tenement-House Commission, Public Hear-

ings, 26, p. 17; 27, p. 16; 28, p. 7; 29,

p. 3.
Tenement-House Commission, Public Hear-

ing, Buffalo, 23, p. Io.
Tenement-House Commission, Replies Re-

ceived, 16, p. 2.
Tenement-House Commission, Sub-Com-

mittees, 1, p. 13.
Tenement-House Conditions, 22, P. II ; 29,

8, p. 9.

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Placing-Out System, 28, p. 10.
Placing-Out System, Massachusetts, 6, p. II.
Polack, Isaac, 20, p. 7.
Porto Rico, Charitable Methods in, 2, p. 7.
Practical Philanthropy, 22, p. 9.
Preventive Charity, 4, p. 8.
Prison Association of New York, Report of,

I, p. 8.
Prison System of State of New York, 26, p.

14.
Public Hearings, Tenement-House Com-

mission, 23, p. 10; 26, p. 17; 27, p. 16;

28, p. 7; 29, p. 3.
Public Baths, 31, p. 6.
Rejoinder, A,, 19. p. 12.
Relation of Settlement Work to Evils of

Poverty. 26, p. 2.
Relief-Giving Agencies Defined, 30, p. 14.
Relief Obtained by Charity Organization

Society, 24, p 8.
Religion and Non-Sectarian Agencies, 8, p. I.
Report on Soldiers and Sailors' Home, 30,

p. 17.
Reynolds, James B., 10, p. 13; 25, p. II;

26, p. 2.
Riis, Jacob A., 27, p. 20.
Roosevelt, Theodore, 26, p. I.

Tenement-House Fires, 8, p. 13; 31, p. 5.
Tenement-House Fire-Escapes, 30, p. 5.
Tenement-House Laws, Non-Enforcement,

29, PP 3, 7, 18.
Tenement-House Legislation in New York,

1852-1900, 24, p. 2.
Tenement-House Life, 4, P. 1 ; 24, p. 5.
Tenement-House Reform, 21, p. 6; 25,.p. 1.
Tenement-House Statistics, 14, p. 10.
Tenement-House Vice, 16, p. 10.
Tenement-Houses, 4, p. 10.
Tenement Laws, 2, p. 4.
Tenement Plans, 5. p. 3.
Tenement Procrustes, The, 22, p. 3.
Tenements in Glasgow, 2, p. 13.
Tenements in Havana, 9, p. 1o.
Tenements, New Model, 22, p. 7.
Tenemenis, Problem of Model, 2, P. 1.
Tenements, Purification of, 9, p. II.
Tennessee State Conference of Charities, II,

p. 8.
Treatment of the Criminal, 26, p.

8.
Trials of a Visitor, 24, P. 4.
Truancy in New York City, II, p. I.
Tuberculosis and Yellow Fever in Havana,

II, p. 7.
Tuberculosis Hospital, State, 19, p. 9; 25, P. 3.
Tuberculosis Hospitals, 6, p. 14.
Tuberculosis, Prevention of, 21. p. 13.
Tucker, Frank, 5, P. 10.

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