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The Bakery is a brick structure of three rooms, with a floor area of 2,016 square feet.

The Power House has a floor space of 3,308 square feet and contains the electrical machinery, consisting of three engines, six dynamos and necessary accessories.

Connected with this, yet separate from it, is the engineer's department and machine shop, containing an area of 1,824 square feet.

Adjoining the power house is the boiler-house, with a floor space of 8,835 square feet, containing fifteen boilers and pumps necessary to the operation of the plant.

The Carpenter Shop is a frame building with tin roof, used for a workshop and for storing lumber, hardware and other materials. It contains a floor area of 2,204 square feet.

The Laundry is a brick one-story building, practically fireproof, with a floor area of 14,940 square feet covered with tin roof. The equipment of this building consists of the following machinery: fifteen brass washing machines, four centrifugal extractors, one mangle, five ironing machines, one starcher and kettle, one dryiroom, one dampening press, two soap kettles, one tumbler, one water heater, and other minor implements.

The Fire Department is a building containing a floor area of 5,540 square feet. It contains the fire apparatus, and has sleepingrooms attached.

The l'pholstering Department is a two-story brick building containing a floor area of 3,000 square feet.

The following is a list of minor accessory buildings with their floor areas:

Tin shop
Paint shop
Oil house
Junk shop
Morgue
Officers' barn
Farm barn
Ice house
Pavilion for patients.
Gate lodge
Pump house
Gas house
Total square feet of floor space of all buildings.

551 square feet. 720 square feet. 192 square feet. 1,152 square feet.

480 square feet. 2,222 square feet. 2,150 square feet.

540 square feet. 1,824 square feet.

399 square feet. 151 square feet.

108 square feet. .514,696 square feet. PROPERTY.

The value of the property of this institution is estimated as follows:

153 acres of land....
Buildings
Stock and equipment..

$91,800 1,520,900

247,637

Total value

.$1,860,337

DISTRICT.

The district from which patients are drawn for this institution is composed of the following counties: Dearborn, Ohio, Switzerland, Jefferson, Ripley, Jennings, Scott, Clark, Floyd, Washington, Jackson, Lawrence, Monroe, Brown, Bartholomew, Shelby, Johnson, Morgan, Owen, Clay, Vigo, Vermillion, Parke, Montgomery, Boone, Hamilton, Tipton, Clinton, Tippecanoe, Fountain, Warren, Benton, Carroll, Howard, Putnam, Hendricks, Marion and

, Hancock.

CAPACITY.

The capacity of this institution without crowding is 1,400.

The following table will show the number of patients treated and the average daily enrollment for the last ten years:

Year. 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900

Number
Treated.
2,221
2,144
1,940
1,904
1,964
1,977
2,026
2,108
2,181
2,304
2,354

Average Daily
Enrollment.

1,540.5
1,506.3
1,527.5
1,498.1
1,512.8
1,531
1,578
1,587
1,601.8
1,727.9
1,807.9

FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

The following is a statement of the receipts and expenditures for the years ending October 31, 1899, and October 31, 1900:

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Erpenditures
Pay-roll
Fresh meats
Salted meats and lard.
Fish and oysters..
Butter, eggs, poulty.
Vegetables ..
Fresh fruits.
Canned goods
Breadstuffs and cereals.
Vinegar and syrup.
Tea, coffee and sugar.
Milk
Other foods.
Sunday school supplies.
Library and newspapers.
Stationery
House furnishings
Laundry supplies
Medical supplies
Telegraph, telephone and postage,
Freight and express.
Stable, provender, farm and florist.
Ice
Tobacco
Amusements and music.
Fuel
Light
Engineer's supplies
Other classifications
Ward supplies
Clothing
Shoes
Sewing supplies
Miscellaneous
Repairs and minor improvements.

1899.
$92,625 20
25,608 60
6,289 00
1,831 04
10,069 75
4,860 13
1,091 92
3,004 30
10,132 92

444 48
12,663 93
5,475 00
2,249 45

133 75

595 12 1,624 22 9,781 39 4,681 71 1,992 83 521 13

32 55 1,702 18 1,877 95 1,219 85

361 50 16,693 68

653 00 1,519 82 10,332 13 1,714 42 2,508 00 1,415 95 3,346 03

624 87 3,630 95

1900. $94,841 60 27,513 80 10,250 00

2,227 09 11,329 77 5,095 87 1,360 59 4,597 24 10,778 46

444 48 14,004 42 5,724 00 2,868 44

121 49

825 30 1,552 18 16,836 68 5,660 78 1,869 78 686 38

56 15 2,248 84 2,380 47 1,722 03

402 50 17,306 84

580 60

502 95 2,704 85 2,120 43 1,470 00 1,243 45 5,495 09 1,842 36 22,646 57

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*$160 per capita for each person actually present over a daily average of 1,515.

NEEDS.

The following are the needs of this institution as represented by the Superintendent for the years beginning November 1, 1901, and November 1, 1902:

Maintenance
Clothing
Repairs

1901.
$260,000 00

12,000 00
15,000 00

1902. $260,000 00

12,000 00 15,000 00

Additional maintenance of $160 per capita per annum for each person over a total average of 1,515.

SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS.

The following specific appropriations are asked for by this institution:

Hospital equipment....
Cold storage and ice plant.
Painting
Plumbing
Fire protection
Sewer and sewer connections.

$15,000 00 15,000 00 5,000 00 5,000 00 5,000 00 2,500 00

Total

$47,500 00

RECOMMENDATIONS.

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The average daily number of patients present in this institution for the past year was 1,620. At $163 per capita the cost of maintenance would approximate $264,000, and the committee would recommend an appropriation for maintenance of $264,000. Extensive repairs are much needed in this institution, and the committee feels that the sum asked for for this purpose would not be too much to meet the needs of the institution in this particular, and therefore recommends an appropriation for repairs of $15,000. The committee would also recommend additional appropriations as follows:

Equipment of new hospital.
Cold storage
Fire protection
Plumbing and sewer connections.

$15,000 00 15,000 00 5,000 00 7,500 00

Total specific appropriations..

$42,500 00 NORTHERN HOSPITAL FOR INSANE.

DR. JOSEPH G. ROGERS, SUPERINTENDENT.

This institution is appropriately named "Longcliff," from its location on a rocky elevation extending along the Wabash river, near Logansport. It is built on the cottage plan, there being eight buildings, besides the administration building. Two of these buildings are new and were provided for by the appropriations of the last General Assembly.

The capacity of the institution, including the new buildings, is sufficient to accommodate eight hundred and twenty patients. The number present December 10, 1900, was 610, and it is estimated that the capacity of the institution will be sufficient for the next two years.

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For the years ending October 31, 1899, and October 31, 1900:

APPROPRIATIONS BY GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

1900. $95,000 00

General

1899. Maintenance

$95,000 00 One hundred sixty dollars ($160) addi

tional per annum for each person

present over a daily average of 610. Repairs ..

5,000 00 Specifice One building and equipment.

40,000 00 New wells, piping, etc... New barn

5,000 00

40,000 00 4,000 00 1,000 00

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