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GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE, Report of the-Continued.
Itemized receipts .

320 Receipts and expenditures--Continued.
Lectures by members of the medical staff,

Classified expenditures for the fiscal year
groups of subjects .

311

ending June 30, 1899—Continued.
Medical library donated by Mrs. Godding. 313

Repairs and improvements.

347
Medical officers ..

295
Salaries and wages..

352
Monthly changes of population.

299
Subsistence..

333
Nativity, as far as conld be ascertained, of the

Classified expenditures for the fiscal year
11,375 cases treated.

303

ending June 30, 1898, additional-
Necessity for a central storehouse.

313

Subsistence
Nurses' school.

310
Drugs, medicines, eto

327
Officers of the hospital, June 30, 1899

295

Dry goods, clothing, books, stationery,
Patients from civil life remaining June 30,

etc

327
1899, classified .

299
Farm, garded, and stable

327
Poisonous miasma arising from “Anacostia

House furnishing, eto....

327
Flats"

311
Itemized receipts

330
Private patients.

304
Repairs and improvements..

327
Purchase of additional lands for Government Receipts and expenditures for fiscal year 1998. 324
Hospital for the Insane

319 Report of the board of visitors..
Recapitulation
303 Report of Dr. A. D. Weakley

312
Receipts and expenditures
323 Report of the superintendent.

3:23
Classified expenditures for the fiscal year Researches in pathology, by Dr. I. W. Black
ending June 30, 1899.
333 burn

312
Dry goods and clothing, books, station- Statistics of the hospital for the fiscal year.. 297
ery, and miscellaneous..

339
Summary of total admission

304
Farm, garden, and stable

345 Time of life at which the 11,375 cases treated
House furnishing, fuel, lights, etc 336 since the opening of the institution became
Medical supplies ; expended foramuse-

insane..

304
ment of patients, oto ............

342

359

FREEDMEN'S HOSPITAL, Report of the
Appendix .....

377
Circular of information sent applicants.. 378
Contract signed by pupil nurses on enter.
ing the school.

379
Graduates of 1899.

377
List of graduates by years and their pres.
ent occupations and residences..

377
Year of 1896.

377
Year of 1897.

378
Year of 1898.

378
Year of 1899.

378
Questions to be answered by candidates.. 379
Board of visitors..

359
Consulting staff...

359
Improvements and alterations

361
Internes

359
Internes and nurses.

363
Medical and surgical staff.

359
Nativity of patients...

376
Needs....

362
Number admitted each year for past twenty-
five years..

376

359
Nurses

363
Occupation of patients.

375
Out-patient department..

359
Pathological room.

363
Patients
Report of the Freedmen's Hospital

359
Summary for fiscal year 1898-1899..

365
Table showing diagnosis, number treated, and

result when discharged from the hospital.. 366
Table showing number of emergencies 372
Table showing number of refusals.

375
Table showing number treated in out-patient
department

372
Table showing the number of surgical opera-
tions

370
Table showing work done in obstetrical de-
partment..

372
The board of visitors

364
Visiting stati

359

WASHINGTON (D. C.) HOSPITAL FOR FOUNDLINGS, Report of the President of the

381
Children readmitted and transferred.

383 Financial statement-Continued.
Directors, officials, and medical staff.
381 Receipts

384
Financial statement..

383 Number of children in hospital, adoptions,
Assets
383 and deaths

383
Expenditures
384 Physician's report

383
Liabilities

384

HOWARD UNIVERSITY, Report of the President of

387
Account pertaining to current expenses of List of permanent funds.

396
academic departments, including adminis. Medical department

388
tration and instruction
392 Normal department

387
Expenses
392 Preparatory department

388
Recapitulation

396
Recapitulation of attendance

390
Receipts ...

392
Secretary and treasurer...

385
Board of trustees
385 The honorary board.

385
College department.

388 Theological department...
Executive committee

385 Treasurer's statement of receipts and dis-
Expenditures of appropriation

391 basements from July 1, 1898, to June 30, 1899. 392
Heads of different departments, 1899–1900.... 385

Recapitulation....

396
Law department .......

389

390

to....

RAILROADS, Report of the Commissioner of-Continued.
Bond-aided roads-Continued.

Laws relating to the Texas and Pacific Rail.
Texas and Pacific Railway Co.-Cont'd.

way..

280
Lands patented to
198 Laws affecting Pacific railroads.

229
Revenue and expenditures of

200 Laws relating to the Atlantic and Pacific
Statement of earnings and expenses of. 199 Railroad

269
Union Pacific Railroad Company

122 Laws relating to the California and Oregon
General balance sheet, assets and lia.

railroads

275
bilities of..

126 Laws relating to the Northern Pacific Rail.
Kansas Pacific Railroad, sale of 122 road..

260
Lands granted to

123 Net earnings and expenses for 1899 over 1898. 119
Landa patented to

124 Net earnings of the different railroad com.
Statement of earnings and expenses of. 125 panies

121
Revenue and expenditures of
125 New track laid in the United States

119
Wisconsin Central Railroad Company 201 Oregon and California railroads, law relating
General balance sheet, assets and lia-

275
bilities of

202 Oregon Short Line Railway, law relating to. 278
Lands patented to.
201 Pacific railroads, laws affecting.

229
Revenue and expenditures of. 202 Personnel of the Bureau

203
Statement of earnings and expenses of. 202 Physical conditions of our land-grant and
California and Oregon railroads, laws relating bond-aided roads...

119
to..
275 Prosperity

119
Commerce of the world ..
120 Railroad properties inspected.

119
Commissioners appointed to settle the indebt. Railroad traffic, increase in.

119
edness to the Government growing out of Railroads, net earnings of the

121
the issue of bonds in aid of the construction Railway companies should make reports to
of the Central Pacific and Western Pacific

this office

120
railroads, report of
127 Rapid transit for all kinds of trade

120
Earnings and expenses for 1899 over 1898, Report of the Commissioner of Railroads.. 119
table showing..

121 Report of the commissioners appointed to
Efficiency of the employees

203 settle the indebtedness to the Government
Estimates of appropriations recommended. 203 growing out of the issue of bonds in aid of
Government line to the Pacific coast

120 the construction of the Central Pacific and
Greatest commercial power of the earth 120 Western Pacific railroads ..

127
Improvements made in the main lines 120 St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Rail-
Increase in the net earnings of the different road, law relating to...

279
railroad companies for the last two fiscal Table showing earnings and expenses for 1899
years....

121

over 1898..
Increase of railroad traffic..

119 Table showing net earnings of the different
Increase of surplus for the twenty-six land. 'railroad companies for the last two fiscal
grant and bond-aided roads

121
years

121
Isthmian canal...

120 Texas and Pacific Railway, laws relating to.. 280
Law relating to the Oregon Short Line Rail. Trade relations with our new possessions... 120
way..
278 Traffic, increase in.

119
Law relating to the St. Louis, Iron Mountain Traffic over the transcontinental routes...... 120
and Southern Railroad
279 Wages, advance of ...

119

121

DIRECTOR OF THE CENSUS, Report of the..
An act to provide for taking the Twelfth
Census..

291
Census building:

292
Census in the district of Alaska

291
Census in the Hawaiian Islands

291
Census, report of the Director of

291
Financial report to October 31, 1899.

293
Four general subjects to comprise the Twelfth
Census...

292

291
Four general subjects to comprise the Twelfth

Census--Continued.
Preliminary organization effected.

291
Purchase of books and documents

292
Legislation, to provide for

293
Report of the Director of the Census.

291
Salaries in detail...

293
Special agent to act as purchasing agent.. 292
Supervisors of census, appointment of

292

GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE, Report of the

296
Admissions and discharges
297 Duration of disease on admission

301
Admission, discharges, and deaths, with the Duration of mental disease of those who died. 300
mean annual mortality and proportion of Duration of mental disease, on admission, of
recoveries, per cent of the discharges, in- those who recovered...

300
cluding deaths, for each year since the open- Efficient services of Dr. Witmer.

309
ing of the hospital
307 Entertainment for the inmates

313
Amusements for patients.

342 Estimates for the Gorernment Hospital for
Appropriation asked for the erection of a the Insane

315
chapel..

309 Estimates for the year ending June 30, 1901.. 316
Appropriation for the erection of the cottages. 312 Eulogy on the death of Dr. W. W. Godding, by
Board of visitors..
295 Dr. Gunnell

309
Causes of death.
300 Executive committee of the board

295
Chaplains ...
295 Form of disease of those admitted.

304
Detailed statement of receipts and expendi- General repairs and improvements, appropria-
tures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1898, tions asked for..

317
additional

324 History of the annual admission since the
Dr. Thomas Dowling, appointment of

312 opening of the hospital, with discharges and
Dr. Irma I. Heller, appointment of

312

deaths, and number for each year remaining
Dr. George H. Sehwinn, appointment of

312
June 30,1899..

305
Dr. A. H. Witmer authorized to take charge of Ice-making, and refrigerating plant, recom-
the hospital

309

mondation for the establishment of

...... 314

HOT SPRINGS RESERVATION, Report of the Superintendent of the-Continued.
Employees
479 Receipts and disbursements

478
Free bath house..
465 Disbursed by superintendent

479
Expenses of operating the house and Recommendations..

476
number of baths given..
466 Repairs to free bath house

466
Repairs and additions to

465 Report of the superintendent of the Hot
Rules and regulations of the free bath Springs Reservation

457
house

466 Requests for information about the unsold
Free dispensary

467 Government lots ....
Government lots
475 Reserve Park, improvements at.

470
Hot Springs Creek Arch

468 Residence building, repairs of
Hot water supply.
458 Roads and drives, improvements of

472
Improvements

474 Rules and regulations for the government of
Land set aside and reserved for the future all bath houses receiving hot water from
disposal of the United States

457 the permanent reservation at Hot Springs,
Massage treatment....

464 Ark.
North Mountain, Sugar Loaf Mountain, and Services of bath house attendants and charges
West Mountain, together with Hot Springs

for

464
Mountain, reserved from sale

458 Table showing personnel of employees on the
Number of persons visiting Hot Springs for reservation, the Congressional district from
health and pleasure

457 which appointed, amount of compensation.
Operations of the dispensary, report of the .. 468 and duties

480
Price per course of 21 baths and for single Temperature and elevation of the springs on
bath at the several bath houses.
463 Hot Springs Mountain Reservation

459
Pumping station, changes and improvements Unsold Government lots

482
in
469 Water supply, hot

458
Quantitative analyses of the waters of Hot Whittington Park, improvements at..

471
Springs

459

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Report of the Acting Superintendent of the.

483
Aggregate number of persons taking the Guides, rogistered

494
park trip with licensees.
484 Hotels

485
Animals found in the park...
486 Marking boundarieg

490
Appendix A.-Instructions for winter pa- Means of transportation

85
trolling...

492 Method of protection
Appendix B.-List of parties holding license Natural phenomena, protection of.

483
to conduct camping busi- Pernianent camps..
ness..

493 Projected improvements
Appendix D.-Statement of cases brought be. Protection of animals and other game.
fore tho United States com- Register, meteorological ..

495
missioner...
493 Registered guides

494
Appendix E.-List of registered guides 494 Report of the superintendent of Yellowstone
Appendix F.-Meteorological register, Fort National Park
Yellowstone, Wyo.
495 Road work..

498
Appendix G.-Rules and regulations for the Rules of the park.

499
Yellowstone National Park. 499 Statement of funds allowed acting superin
Appendix H.-Instructions to persons travel. tendent from appropriation for improve

ing through Yellowstone ment and protection of Yellowstone National
National Park..

500
Park, fiscal year 1900..

489
Camping parties

484 Statement of funds for improvement and pro
Comparison of tourist travel, 1895 to 1899 485 tection of Yellowstone National Park for
Disposition of troops

483 fiscal year ending June 30. 1899, covering
Estimate of funds needed for protection for expenditures and transfers from December
the coming fiscal year..
489 1, 1898, to June 30, 1899

488
Expended...

488 System of mounted patrols
Expenditures, July, August, and September, Total of all visitors to the park.

485
1899

489 Travel in the park
Fish in the streams and lakes.

487 United States commissioner.
Forest fires
486 Winter patrolling

492
Forest reserves

486

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Report of the Acting Superintendent of the....

501
Camp for troops within the Yosemite Valley Permanent camp near Wawona recommended 543
recommended ...
503 Recommended improvements ...

502
Firearms captured in the park

501 Report of the acting superintendent of the
Fixed penalties for violation of park regula. Yosemite National Park

501
tions recommended

503
Stock grazing on Government land

504
Forest tires

503

Systematic burning of fallen timber, under
J. W. Zevely, special inspector and acting brush, etc., suggested......

503
superintendent appointed May 26, 1898.... 501 Toll roads in the park in excellent condition. 501
Park free from hunters and stock.

504
Penalties tired for violation of park regula.
tions

503

SEQUOIA AND GENERAL GRANT NATIONAL PARKS, Report of the Superintendent of the.... 507
Appropriation recommended..
515 Patrol of both parks

507
Care of the reservations
507 Permanent camp..

511
Forest fires

510 Report of the superintendent of the Sequoia
Game and fish
509 and General Grant National parks.

507
General Grant Park
512 Roads and trails

508
Giant Forest, fire in.
508 Season of 1898.

507
Improvements recommended
515 Sequoia National Park.

512
Mineral deposits and springs
511 Sights which interest the visitor

513
Park boundaries

508 Systematic development of Sequoia National
Park custodian
511 Park recommended

515
Patented lande.
510 Trespassing

508

PUBLIC DOCUMENTS, Report of the Receipt, Distribution, and Sale of ..

517
List of libraries, institutions, and newspapers Publications of the Government, etc.-Cont'd.
supplied with sets of Reports of the Elev.

Office of Indian Affairs

518
enth Census, by States.
523 Office of the Secretary

517
Map of United States...
551 Patent Office.

518
Official register of the United States, 1899 ... 551 Pension Office..

518
Publications of the Government received, dis- Sale of public documents

552
tributed, and sold by the several offices and Statistics of the Eleventh Census publica-
bureaus of the Department of the Interior,

tions..

522
1898-1899...
517 Statutes of the District of Columbia

550
Bureau of Education

519
Supreme Court reports.

550
Eleventh Census.

521

Insufficiency of existing provisions for
General Land Office...

518

supplying executive and judicial offi-
Geological Survey.

520
cers with..

550
Office of Commissioner of Railroads..... 518

MARITIME CANAL COMPANY OF NICARAGUA, Report of the

655
Amount of cash received

556 Exhibit B.-Renews and in all respects con-
Annual meeting May 4, 1899

555 firms the protest against the action of the
Assets of the company.

556 Government of Nicaragua in granting con-
Board of directors and officers of the com. cession purporting to be a grant in perpe-
pany,

555 tuity of the exclusive right to construct an
Capital stock, shares of, issued to subscribers interoceanic ship canal through the terri.
in payment for concessionary rights, fran-

tory of said Republic.

560
chises, privileges, and other property. 556

Expenditures of the compary since under.
Capital stock, subscribed for at par..

556
taking the canal enterprise

556
Cash receipts and disbursements since the Financial statement of the company.

556
organization of the company
556 Liabilities of the company

556
Death of Charles P. Daly, one of the directors. 555 Report of the Maritime Canal Company of
Election of directors...

555
Nicaragua

555
Exhibit A.-Protest against the action of the

Republic of Nicaragua in attempting to
grant a concession for the construction of
à maritime ship canal across the territory
of said Republic

559

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