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The Superintendent and Board of Control hereby recommend the following general and specific appropriations for 1901 and 1902:

General-
Maintenance, annually

$60,000 00 Repairs, annually

3,000 00 Specific-available 1901 as follows: For 20 Buffalo forges and equipment for blacksmith shop and motor, 15 H. P.....

1,500 00 For electric lighting and power plant.

3,500 00 For Universal woodworker, 2 H. P...

280 00 For 6 lathes, 3 H. P.....

240 00 For 1 planer, 3 H. P.

170 00 For 1 band saw, 2 H. P.

140 00 For 1 jointer, 2 H. P.

150 00 For 1 mortiser, 2 H. P.

185 00 For 1 rip and cut-off saw, 3 H. P..

175 00 For 1 motor, 20 H. P. to furnish power for manual training machinery

320 00 For 2 American stokers for boiler plant.

1,350 00 Supplemental-For sanitary sewerage.

6,500 00

Total

$80,510 00

RECOMMENDATIONS.

The committee recommends appropriations for this institution as follows, or so much thereof as may be required:

For maintenance per annum...
For repairs per annum.
10 Buffalo forges
Electric lighting and power plant.
Universal woodworker
Six lathes
One planer
Band saw
One join
One mortiser
One rip and cut-off saw.
One motor, 20 H. P.
Two American stokers.
Sanitary sewerage

$60,000 00 3,000 00

750 00 3,500 00

280 00 240 00 170 00 140 00 150 00 185 00 175 00

320 00 1,350 00 6,500 00

Total

$76,760 00

INDIANA INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, AND

WOMAN'S PRISON.

SARAH F. KEELY, SUPERINTENDENT.

This institution is located at Indianapolis.

POPULATION.

Women.
Enrolled November 1, 1899....

... 56
Received during year ending Oct. 31, 1900.. 27
Discharged, died or withdrew...
Enrolled Oct. 31, 1900.....

55 Average number present during the year... 52.02

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PROPERTY.

Value of grounds, 13 acres.
Value of buildings .
Value of equipment.

$69,000 00 76,346 00 11,089 00

Total

$156,435 00

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Appropriations for years ending October 31:

Receipts.

1899. Maintenance and repairs...

$40,498 00 Specific-For repairing smokestack.. 1,159 10

1900. $39,500 00

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NEEDS.

This institution asks that the appropriation for the years ending October 31, 1902, and October 31, 1903, be per annum as follows:

Administration
Subsistence
Clothing
Sundries
Ordinary repairs and improvements-

Material and labor...

$14,000 00

9,000 00 4,000 00 14,500 00

3,500 00

$45,000 00

Total
Specific appropriation for deficiency, maintenance fund of 1900:

Bills unpaid
Insurance premiums accruing in 1901.

853 13 579 00

Total ....

$1,432 13

RECOMMENDATIONS.

This committee does not see the need for so great an increase in the maintenance fund as is asked for, but believes that this institution should have an appropriation for its library and a small appropriation to provide mirrors for the bedrooms, and therefore recommends the following appropriation:

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STATE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS' MONUMENT.

GEN. FRED KNEFLER, PRESIDENT AND SUPERINTENDENT BOARD OF REGENTS..

This monument, which is erected in memory of the soldiers and sailors of the late War of the Rebellion, is recognized the world over as being the most artistic, the most beautiful and symmetrical soldiers' monument that is in existence to-day.

On the 25th day of February, 1899, the following act for the completion of the monument was passed by the General Assembly: An Act to Appropriate Money to Complete the State Soldiers' and Sailors'

Monument and Declaring an Emergency.

(S. 283. Approved February 25, 1899.) Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, That the sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) be and the same is hereby appropriated out of the moneys in the State treasury not otherwse appropriated, which sum is to be in full for the completion of the State Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument and to pay for work already done, by order of the Board of Regents; Provided, That said monument be in all respects completed by the first day of January, 1901, and provided further that any unexpended balance of said appropriation remaining on December 31, 1900, and after the completion of said monument, shall be returned to the general fund of the State treasury.

The above appropriation, in the opinion of the Board of Regents, suffices for the entire completion of the monument in all of its main features, according to the original design.

The Board of Regents has informed the committee that it has exhausted every effort to complete the monument January 1, 1901, as required by the above section 283, but has been prevented by circumstances beyond control to accomplish this much desired result, but the board is of the opinion, and has every reason to believe, that if nothing extraordinary shall occur, now at this time entirely unforeseen, the monument will be ready for dedication on or before June 1, 1901.

The Board of Regents respectfully requests that the General Assembly reappropriate the unexpended balance of the $100,000 for the completion of this monument and extend the time for com

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