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Admission to hospitals, 226, 237.

Childs, Dr. T. S., 193.
Aged Women's Home, 7; statementof, 388. Childs, Mrs. T. S., president Newsboy's
Allegheny, Pa., 432.

and Children's Aid Society, letter from,
Almsgiving, 159.

355.
Appropriations for charities, 157.

Church Orphanage of St. John's Parish,
Appropriations for dependent children,91. 177; statement of, 350.
Associated Charities, statement of, 10, 20, Civic Center, 19.
21, 331.

Clara, Sister, 190.
Association of Works of Mercy, 87, 299. Clay, Col. Cecil, 31.
Atlanta, Ga., 418.

Cleveland, Ohio, 431.
Augusta, Ga., 418.

Clift, Mrs. W. L., 289.
Bailey, Rev. E. D., 320.

Coffin, Representative, 215.
Baltimore, Md., 421; board of trustees Coffins for indigent dead, 7.

of the poor, 422; extract from report | Colored population of Washington, 25.
of Mayor Hooper, 422.

Columbia Hospital for Women, 215;
Barlow, Mrs. K. B., superintendent In- statement of, 360.

dustrial Home School, letter from, 338. Columbus, Ohio, 432, 441.
Barrett, Mrs. Kate Waller, general sec- Contagious diseases, 273.

retary of the Florence Crittenden mis- Contagious hospitals, 254.
sions, 301.

Cook, John F., statement of, 96.
Bartlett, Rev. William H., 307.

Cutler, Capt. L. B., superintendent Mu-
Baxter, Mrs., 97.

nicipal Lodging House, 315; letter
Beatrice, Sister, in charge of Providence froin, 406.
Hospital, 253; letter from, 374.

Dallas, Tex., 435.
Bellevue Hospital, New York, 251. Deaf and dumb, 63.
Blount, Col. H. F., 23.

Denver, Colo., 416.
Boardman, Mrs. Williain J., 209.

Dependent children, 74; comparative cost
Boardman, William J., 199.

of maintenance, 89; appropriations for,
Board of Charities, 21, 167-168-169–170; 91; Humane Society's work among,
suggestions for, 447-460.

109, 334.
Board of Children's Guardians, 14; work Dorothea, Sister, 299.

with Humane Society, 110; foundlings, Des Moines, Iowa, 419.
131; statement of, 334; 449-458.

Detroit, Mich., 423.
Board of trade, charities committee of, 13. Eastern Dispensary, 233; statement of,
Bovee, Dr. J. W., 128, 144.

383.
Britton, Col. A. T., 143.

Ellenwood, L. W., 153.
Brown, Chapin, 56.

Emergency Hospital (800 Central Dis-
Brown, J. R., 325.

pensary.)
Bruen Home, The, statement of, 389. Emergency relief, 7.
Buffalo, N. Y., 425.

Endicott, William C., jr., 46.
Burnett, Dr. Swan M., 205.

Euphrasia, Sister Superior of St. Joseph's
California, dependent children in, 445. Male Orphan Asylum, letter from, 346.
Carr, Dr. W. P., 248.

Falls, A. J., 38.
Central Dispensary and Emergency Hos- Faulkner, Hon. C. J., 31, 61, 67; director
pital, 28; 199; statement of, 356.

of Columbia Hospital, 215.
Central relief committee, 23.

Feeble-minded, the, 63; proposed bill in
Central Union Mission, 320; statement regard to, 66.
of, 407.

Fendall, Reginald, 258.
Charities, Bureau of, Philadelphia, 250, First Mission School of Cookery, state-
Charleston, S. C., 434-435.

ment of, 410.
Chase, William Calvin, 287.

Florence Crittenden homes, list of, 395.
Child dependence, increase of, 445. Fonndlings, 132.
Children's Aid Society and Industrial Frank, J. A., sanitary officer, 226, 237,
Home, Cleveland, Ohio, 412.

269.
Children's Guardians, Board of, state- Franklin County Children's Home, Co-
ment of, 68, 81.

lumbus, Ohio, 141.
Children's Hospital, 115; statement of, Freedmen's Hospital, 266; statement of,
447.

367.

Freeman, Mrs. Delia A., 290.

Little Sisters of the Poor (800 Home for
Gallaudet, Dr. E. M., 63.

the Aged).
Galt, M. W., 115.

Livingstone. Representative, 215.
Garfield Memorial Hospital, 245, 256; Loring, Dr. F. B., 126.
statement of, 365.

Loring, Miss Harriet B., 55.
George Maulsby Memorial Home, 193. Louisville, Ky., 419.
German Hospital, New York, 250.

Lovejoy, Dr. J. W. H., 115.
German Orphan Asylum, 87, 171; state- Lucas County Children's Home, Toledo,
ment of, 348.

Ohio, 439-441.
Gloyd, Father, testimony of, 191.

Lutberan Eye, Ear, and Throat Infirm-
Goddard, Rowena, 153.

ary, statement of, 380.
Godding, Dr. W. W., letter from, 62. Lyman, Hon. Charles, 258.
Golden Book Fuud, 12.

Lynch, Hon. John R., 283.
Government Hospital for the Insane, McChesney, John D., treasurer Columbia

statement in regard to, 62; extract from Hospital, letter from, 363.
report of, 62.

Macfarland, H. B. F., 14, 93; submits plan
Grands Rapids, Mich., 423.

for board of charities, 459.
Grimke, Rev. Francis J., 286.

Mackin, Rev. James F., 306.
Gurley, Mrs W. B., 298.

McMillan, Hon. James, 7; report by, 29.
Hackett, Frank W., secretary Church Mann, B. Pickman, secretary Board of

Orphanage of St. John's Parish, state- Children's Guardians, 92, 140.
ment of, 177; letter froin, 351.

Mariana, Sister, 187.
Harlan, Justice John M., president Gar- | Martin, Hon. Thomas S., 7, 31, 61.
field Memorial Hospital, 258.

Maryland patients in District of Colum-
Harmon, Judson, Attorney-General, 39. bia hospitals, 28.
Harrison, Jane L. S., 154.

Mary, Mother, Superioress of the House
Hartford, Conn., 416.

of the Good Shepherd, letter from, 399.
Hatch, Mrs., 97.

Massachusetts General Hospital, 249.
Hathaway, S. J., letter from, 153.

Mattingly, W. F., 123.
Herron, Mrs. W. W., 298.

Maulsby, Mrs. George, 193.
Home for Friendless Colored Girls, 310, Medical Association of the District of
396.

Columbia, recommendations of, 247.
Home for Incurables, 208.

Medicines for the poor, 7.
Homeopathic Hospital, 258.

Members of Joint Select Committee to
Home for the Aged, 387; statement of, 391. Investigate Charities and Reformatory
Homes, possibility of securing, 156.

Institutions in the District of Colum-
Hope and Help Mission, 87, 301.

bia, 2,
Hopkins, Mrs. Archibald, 208.

Men, work among, 405.
Hosmer, Miss K. P., 19, 20, 21.

Methodist Home of the District of Colum-
Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal bia, statement of, 387.
Church, Philadelphia, 250.

Michigan State Public School, 438.
Hospitals, admissions to, 226, 237; state- Miller, Judge, 101, 307.
ments of, 356.

Milwaukee, Wis., 437; cost of mainta-
House of the Good Shepherd, 87, 306; nance of dependent children in, 446.
statement of, 398.

Minneapolis, Minn., 423.
Humane Society, the, 101.

Minnesota State School, Owatonna,
Industrial Home School, 87; statement Minn., 443.

Minnesota system compared with New
Industrial training, 156.

York system, 445.
Insane, the, 61.

Mobile, Ala., 415.
Janney, B. T., 13.

Moore, F. L., 167.
Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, 250. Moore, William G., superintendent of
Jennings, Mrs. Eliza, 442.

police, 159.
Jersey City, N. J., 425.

Muncaster, Dr. Magruder, secretary
Johnson, Dr. Joseph Taber, 8.

Woman's Dispensary, letter from, 382.
Joint Select Committee to Investigate Municipal Lodging House, 315; state-

Charities and Reformatory Institutions ment of, 405.
in the District of Columbia, provision Nashville, Tenn., 435.

for, i; letter of, to mayors of cities, 415. National Association for the Relief of
Kansas City, Mo., 424.

Destitute Colored Women and Chil-
Kennow, Mrs. B., 8.

dren, 87; statement of, 96, 155, 196, 339.
Kimball, Judge, 101.

National Florence Crittenden Hope and
La Fetra, Mrs. S. D., 301.

Help Mission, 394.
Lancaster, C. C., 233.

National Homeopathic Hospital, state-
Lewis, Herbert W., Agent Board of Chil. | ment of, 371.

dren's Guardians, 63; statement of, 74; New Haven, Conn., 417.
letter from, as to foundlings, 147; let- New Jersey, law for children in, 29.
ter from, 336.

New Orleans, La., 420.
Licking County Children's Home, New- Newsboys and Children's Aid Society,
ark, Obio, 412.

87, 193; statement of, 354.

of, 337.

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New York City, 426, 431; children sup- Sykes, Mrs. I. H., treasurer Home for
ported by, 445.

Friendless Colored Girls, 310; letters
New York Hospital, 250.

from, 396, 397.
Norfolk, Va., 436-437.

Taylor, Mrs. Caroline, 310.
Northway, Hon. Stephen A., 7, 31, 61, 67. | Temporary home for ox-Union soldiers
Nurses' Training School of Columbia and sailors, 325; statement of, 409.
Hospital, 222.

Tindall, William, secretary of the District
Odd Fellows, 12.

of Columbia, 254.
Omaha, Nebr., 425.

Toledo, Obio, 432.
O'Neil, Otticer, 102.

Tracey, Col. John, superintendent of
Philadelphia, Pa., 433–134.

cbarities, 158, 167.
Physiciaus to the poor, 7, 8, 9; health Truesdell, Col. George, Commissioner of
officer's report as to, 384.

the District of Columbia, 254.
Pitney, Hon. Mablon, 7, 31, 61, 67.

Underhill, Misa, superintendent Nurses'
Ponieroy, Martha S., 197.

Training School of Columbia Hospital,
Poor, relief of, 7, 156.

222.
Pratt, A. S., 101.

Vagabonds, typical, married, 22.
Presbyterian Hospital, New York, 250. Vance, Mrs. Zebulon, 307.
Providence Hospital, 242; statement of, Van Reypen, Dr., 13.
373.

Virginia patients in hospitals, 28.
Purvis, Dr. C. B., 96, 276, 288.

Waite, Mary F., 154.
Purvis, Mrs. A. M., 197.

Washington Hospital for Foundlings, 123;
Rankin, Rev. Jeremiah E., president statement of, 341.
Howard University, 280, 285.

Washington Hospital for Incurables,
Rawlins, Miss, 56, 57, 58, 59.

statement of, 376.
Reform School for Boys, 31; record of dis- Weller, M. I., 128, 148.
charged boys, 44, 45.

Wellington, Dr. J. R., 247, 248.
Reform School for Girls, 46.

Wheeling, W. Va., 437.
Relief of the poor, 7, 156.

Williams, Dr. Daniel H., surgeon in chief
Reliban, Sister Elizabeth, 131.

Freedmen's Hospital, 266, 282; letter
Reports from cities, 413.

from, 368.
Richmond, Va., 436-7.

Wilmington, Del., 417.
Riley, Mrs. N. A., 8.

Wilson, George S., general secretary
Roosevelt Hospital, New York, 250. Associated Charities, 10, 11, 12; letter
Ross, Hon. John W., Commissioner of the from, 332.

District of Columbia, 9; letter from, as Wilson, J. Ormond, as to Board of Chari-
to physicians to the poor, 384.

ties, 170, 258.
St. Anu's Infant Asylum, 126; mortality Wilson, Nathaniel, president Columbia

at, 130; pay roll of, 130; statement of, Hospital, 215; letter from, 364.
343.

Wilson, S., agent of the Humane Society,
St. Dosithee, Sister Superior, Little Sis- 26, 27, 28, 29, 102.

ters of the Poor, letter from, 392. Wisconsin Boys' Home, 446; Industrial
St. Josepb's Male Orphan Asylum, 129, , School for Girls, 446.
191; statement of, 345.

Wisconsin State School, Sparta, Wis.,
St. Louis, Mo., 424.

442.
St. Rose's Industrial School, 187; state- Wolf, Simon, 171.
ment of, 352.

Woman's Christian Association, 289;
St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum, 129, 187. statement of, 402.
Salt Lake City, Utah, 436.

Woman's Clinic, statement of, 378.
Sarah, Sister, 182.

Woman's Dispensary, 7; statement of,
San Antonio, Tex., 435.

381.
San Francisco, Cal., 416.

Woman's Hospital, New York, 249.
Savannah, Ga., 418.

Woman's Union Christian Association,
Schedule of bearings, 3-5.

statement of, 400.
Seattle, Wash., 437.

Woodbury, Mrs. Anna L., president First
Sioux City, Iowa, 419.

Mission School of Cookery, letter from,
Smith, Francis S., 215; statement of, 221. 411.
Solomons, A. 8., 258.

Woodward, Dr. William C., health officer
Soinerville, James W., as to Board of of the District of Columbia, statenient
Charities, 167.

as to physicians to the poor, 384.
Sowers, Dr. L. T., 144.

Woodward, William Redin, president
Staff of hospitals alone allowed to treat Board of Children's Guardians, state-
patients, 249.

ment of, 68, 131; submits plan for con-
Statements of charitable institutions, solidating and improving child-caring
329.

work, 449.
Sternberg, George M., Surgeon-General | Worcester, Mass., 423.
U.S. A., 215, 241.

Young Woman's Christian Home, 296;
Stone, Hon. Amasa, 442.

statement of, 404.

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