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NEEDS.

The Superintendent presents the following recommendations for appropriations: For maintenance, annually.

$95,000 00 For repairs, annually.

3,500 00

$98,500 00 For waterworks

$6,700 00 Iron fence, 1,300 feet in length.

1,480 00 Girls' pavilion, 60 feet in diameter.

1,200 00 Outfit for manual training.

490 00 Additional land

5,000 00 For repairing dormitory floors.

200 00 For wagon shed and implement house.

250 00 Enlarging cold storage room..

300 00 Water closets for boys....

1,200 00 Extension of sewers.

50 00

Total specific appropriations..

$16,870 00

RECOMMENDATIONS.

The committee would recommend for maintenance $90,000 per annum, and $150 per capita for all over 567 daily average, and $3,500 annually for repairs. The committee believes that the needs for the iron fence and girls' pavilion are not urgent and that the purchase of additional farming land is not advisable; that the repairs to the dormitory floors may be made out of the repair fund or maintenance fund, and would not recommend appropriations for these purposes. The supply of water seems to be deficient, and suitable provision is not now made for fire protection. The committee would therefore recommend the appropriation asked for, the appropriation for the waterworks of $6,700, or so much thereof as may be required. The outfit for manual training is needed for the better conduct of the industrial school, and the appropriation of $190 for this purpose is hereby recommended.

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This institution is located at Michigan City, Indiana.

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The property including lands, buildings and equipments belonging to this institution is valued as follows:

101 acres of land valued at $200 per acre...
Buildings valued at.
Equipments valued at.

$21,200 00
491,800 00
75,041 91

Total

.$588,041 91

Receipts for this institution for two years ending October 31, 1900, are as follows:

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Months.
1898.
Nov.....
Dec.
1899.
Jan ...
Feb...
Mar.
April....
May..
June.
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct..
Nov..
Dec
1900.

913 44 903 96 947 36 865 73

995 30 1,056 27 1,030 44 1,087 90 1,018 04 1,050 28 1,046 38 1,040 24

676 00

762 40 1,059 00

994 00 1,040 00 1,040 00 1,001 20 1,080 00

996 40 1,017 40 1,097 80 1,026 58

1,040 00 760 50

956 60 741 00
1,080 00 1,163 00
1,000 00
1,036 80
1,040 00 Relaince Co.

998 20 750 00
1,066 40 1,032 80

971 20 964 60 1,006 40 972 40 1,032 96

945 20 1,081 96 960 60

36 15 29 80 341 77 11 00 12 00 303 30

9 35 88 74 250 00 18 05

22 05 1,046 45

3,426 09 3,393 76 4,591 13 2,870 73 3,084 10 3,439 57 3,789 19 4,355 84 4,200 24 4,064 53 4,144 39 5,155 83

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Total.. $24,347 70 $23,752 89 $25,017 53 $19,817 95 $5,174 96 $98,111 03 Receipts uncollected October 31, 1898 ..

2,919 00

Total receipts for two years.

$101,030 03

Said receipts amounting to $101,030.03 have been paid into the State treasury. All contracts expire by limitation of law October 1, 1904.

This institution has raised and produced more vegetables with prison labor than they have been able to use, and has since the first day of November, 1899, sent to the following named State institutions free of charge the following:

In November, 1899, to the Reformatory at Jeffersonville, 4,300 heads of cabbage and 400 bushels of onions. To the Soldiers' Home at Lafayette, 5,000 heads of cabbage.

In November, 1900, to Central Hospital for Insane at Indianapolis, 100 bushels of onions and 400 bushels of turnips. To the Blind Asylum at Indianapolis, 100 bushels of onions, 115 bushels of beets and 115 bushels of turnips. To the Northern Hospital for the Insane at Logansport, 100 bushels of onions.

APPROPRIATIONS.

The following table will show the appropriations given this institution for the two years ending October 31, 1901, and amount that has been disbursed the first year ending October 31, 1900:

FOR TWO YEARS ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1901.

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Balance for Amt. Disbursed Year Ending First Year. Oct. 31, 1901. $95,540 88 $95,000 00 3,500 00 3,500 00

500 00 1,000 00

500 00 1,000 00 1,000 00 5,900 00 2,500 00 1,000 00 1,500 00

720, 00 1,000 00 1,500 00 3.840 04 11,159 96

Total.

$230,660 88

$121,000 92

$109,659 96

Five hundred and forty dollars and eighty-eight cents used for maintenance over $95,000 for the year ending October 31, 1900, represents the amount drawn on per capita on all prisoners over 800.

The following is a comparative statement of disbursements for maintenance for the two years ending October 31, 1900:

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Expended Expended Year End- Year Ending Oct. 31, ing Oct. 31, 1899.

1900. $1,500 00 $1,500 00 8,886 58 9,364 1,0 2,730 15 2,168 94 21,202 80 21,496 07 12,654 98 12,632 92 2,296 25

1,353 60 290 67 252 73 2,426 93 2,597 44 1,941 69 1,469 90

387 99 480 69
784 28 624 48

742 80 467 40
5,794 12 5,793 96

440 84 523 13 2,287 28 1,953 98

43 10 484 99 422 63 456 56 3,371 64

3,979 51 1,741 72 676 91 50 01

88 10 44 32

22 10 43 00 172 87 1,064 78 474 29

92 70

159 80 275 40

16

82 29

333 30

441 89

33 93 607 87

1,064 81

Clussification of

Expenditure. Board of Control Officers . Other employes. Guards Fresh meats... Salt meats and lard. Fish and oysters.. Butter, ggs and poultry Vegetables .. Fresh fruits. Dried fruits. Canned goods Breadstuffs and cereals, Vinegar and syrup. Tea, coffee and sugar Milk Other food supplies... Clothing Shoes.... Sewing-room supplies School supplies. Library..... Stationery and printing . Furniture, fixtures and bed

ding..... Laundry supplies. .... Hospital..... Postage, telegrams and tele

phone ..
Freight and transportation ..
Stable, farm and garden..
Ice.
Tobacco
Discharged prisoners.
Fuel
Light...
Engineer's supplies
Unclassified....
New steam plant

Total...
Saving 1900 over 1899.

38 09

22 22

129 87

590 49

1,371 85

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813 59

159 71 215 80 115 38

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1,163 47

470 49 218 86

276 92

996 17

332 12 13,242 85

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