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Admission to hospitals, 226, 237.
Childs, Dr. T. S., 193.
and Children's Aid Society, letter from,
Church Orphanage of St. John's Parish,
Clara, Sister, 190.
Cleveland, Ohio, 431.
Clift, Mrs. W. L., 289.
Coffin, Representative, 215.
of the poor, 422; extract from report | Colored population of Washington, 25.
Columbia Hospital for Women, 215;
dustrial Home School, letter from, 338. Columbus, Ohio, 432, 441.
retary of the Florence Crittenden mis- Contagious hospitals, 254.
Cook, John F., statement of, 96.
Cutler, Capt. L. B., superintendent Mu-
nicipal Lodging House, 315; letter
Dallas, Tex., 435.
Denver, Colo., 416.
Dependent children, 74; comparative cost
of maintenance, 89; appropriations for,
with Humane Society, 110; foundlings, Des Moines, Iowa, 419.
Detroit, Mich., 423.
Ellenwood, L. W., 153.
Emergency Hospital (800 Central Dis-
Endicott, William C., jr., 46.
Euphrasia, Sister Superior of St. Joseph's
Falls, A. J., 38.
of Columbia Hospital, 215.
Feeble-minded, the, 63; proposed bill in
Fendall, Reginald, 258.
ment of, 410.
Florence Crittenden homes, list of, 395.
lumbus, Ohio, 141.
Freeman, Mrs. Delia A., 290.
Little Sisters of the Poor (800 Home for
Livingstone. Representative, 215.
Loring, Miss Harriet B., 55.
Lovejoy, Dr. J. W. H., 115.
Lutberan Eye, Ear, and Throat Infirm-
ary, statement of, 380.
Lynch, Hon. John R., 283.
statement in regard to, 62; extract from Hospital, letter from, 363.
Macfarland, H. B. F., 14, 93; submits plan
for board of charities, 459.
Mackin, Rev. James F., 306.
McMillan, Hon. James, 7; report by, 29.
Orphanage of St. John's Parish, state- Children's Guardians, 92, 140.
Mariana, Sister, 187.
Maryland patients in District of Colum-
Mary, Mother, Superioress of the House
of the Good Shepherd, letter from, 399.
Massachusetts General Hospital, 249.
Mattingly, W. F., 123.
Maulsby, Mrs. George, 193.
Columbia, recommendations of, 247.
Medicines for the poor, 7.
Members of Joint Select Committee to
Institutions in the District of Colum-
Men, work among, 405.
Methodist Home of the District of Colum-
Michigan State Public School, 438.
Milwaukee, Wis., 437; cost of mainta-
Minneapolis, Minn., 423.
Minnesota State School, Owatonna,
Minnesota system compared with New
York system, 445.
Mobile, Ala., 415.
Moore, F. L., 167.
Muncaster, Dr. Magruder, secretary
Woman's Dispensary, letter from, 382.
Charities and Reformatory Institutions ment of, 405.
for, i; letter of, to mayors of cities, 415. National Association for the Relief of
Destitute Colored Women and Chil-
dren, 87; statement of, 96, 155, 196, 339.
National Florence Crittenden Hope and
Help Mission, 394.
National Homeopathic Hospital, state-
dren's Guardians, 63; statement of, 74; New Haven, Conn., 417.
New Orleans, La., 420.
87, 193; statement of, 354.
New York City, 426, 431; children sup- Sykes, Mrs. I. H., treasurer Home for
Friendless Colored Girls, 310; letters
from, 396, 397.
Taylor, Mrs. Caroline, 310.
Tindall, William, secretary of the District
of Columbia, 254.
Toledo, Obio, 432.
Tracey, Col. John, superintendent of
cbarities, 158, 167.
the District of Columbia, 254.
Underhill, Misa, superintendent Nurses'
Training School of Columbia Hospital,
Vagabonds, typical, married, 22.
Virginia patients in hospitals, 28.
Waite, Mary F., 154.
Washington Hospital for Foundlings, 123;
Washington Hospital for Incurables,
statement of, 376.
Wellington, Dr. J. R., 247, 248.
Wheeling, W. Va., 437.
Williams, Dr. Daniel H., surgeon in chief
Freedmen's Hospital, 266, 282; letter
Wilmington, Del., 417.
Wilson, George S., general secretary
District of Columbia, 9; letter from, as Wilson, J. Ormond, as to Board of Chari-
ties, 170, 258.
at, 130; pay roll of, 130; statement of, Hospital, 215; letter from, 364.
Wilson, S., agent of the Humane Society,
ters of the Poor, letter from, 392. Wisconsin Boys' Home, 446; Industrial
Wisconsin State School, Sparta, Wis.,
Woman's Christian Association, 289;
Woman's Clinic, statement of, 378.
Woman's Dispensary, 7; statement of,
Woman's Hospital, New York, 249.
Woman's Union Christian Association,
statement of, 400.
Woodbury, Mrs. Anna L., president First
Mission School of Cookery, letter from,
Woodward, Dr. William C., health officer
as to physicians to the poor, 384.
Woodward, William Redin, president
ment of, 68, 131; submits plan for con-
Young Woman's Christian Home, 296;
statement of, 404.