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State institutions-Continued:

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New York State Woman's Relief Corps Home, Oxford.....

92

Thomas Asylum for Orphan and Destitute Indian Children, Iroquois..

97

New York State School for the Blind, Batavia.......

101

New York State Hospital for the Care of Crippled and Deformed Children,

Tarrytown

105

New York State Hospital for the Treatment of Incipient Pulmonary Tuber-

culosis, Raybrook

109

The deaf

110

New incorporations

112

Dispensaries licensed

115

Plans of buildings approved

116

Construction and improvement of almshouse buildings.

120

Almshouse inspection

121

State almshouses

122

State, alien and Indian poor..

123

Alien poor

124

Indian poor

124

Financial benefits resulting from the removal of State and alien poor.

125

Department of inspection........

127

Inspection of dispensaries

135

Department statistics

135

General conditions reported in the private charities inspected by the depart-

ment for the year ending September 30, 1901...

123

Number of inmates of homes for children in receipt of public money.....

110

Facts relating to 15,217 inmates of 121 homes for children discharged during

the year ending September 30, 1901.

141

New York State Conference of Charities and Correction....

143

Thirty-first Annual Convention of the County Superintendents of the Poor..

146

Twenty-eighth National Conference of Charities and Correction.

148

State Charities Aid Association....

149

County visiting committees, reports of......

160

Visitors to State charitable institutions.

154

Placing homeless children in families...

156

Supervision of children placed out by public officials..

157

Seventh annual report of the Agency for Dependent Children of Newburgh.... 157

First annual report of the Columbia County Agency for Dependent Children.. 158

Appended papers

159

REPORT.

To the Honorable the Legislature of the State of New York:

In conformity with the requirements of chapters 225 and 546 of the Laws of 1896, known as the Poor Law and the State Charities Law, respectively, the State Board of Charities herewith submits its thirty-fifth annual report to your honorable body.

THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE BOARD.

The expiration of the term of Commissioner Harvey W. Putnam of Buffalo, from the Eighth Judicial District, and his removal to another State because of business reasons, caused a vacancy in the membership of the Board which was filled by Governor Odell on April 17th by the appointment of William H. Gratwick, Esq., of Buffalo.

The faithful and efficient services rendered by Commissioner Putnam had won for him the respect and regard of his colleagues, and his withdrawal from the Board's councils was a source of

much regret.

The vacancy caused by the resignation of Commissioner Eugene A. Philbin from New York county, on December 22, 1900, upon his appointment by Governor Roosevelt to the office

of District Attorney of the county of New York, was filled by Governor Odell on May 20th by the appointment of Michael J. Scanlan, Esq., of New York city.

Both of these new Commissioners have brought to the service of the Board valuable experience gained from active participation in charitable and kindred work in their respective districts.

ATTENDANCE AT MEETINGS.

The following table giving the names of the Commissioners of the Board, the district or county from which they were respectively appointed, together with their length of service and the record of their attendance at Board meetings during the year 1901, is respectfully presented in accordance with a requirement of the State Charities Law:

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