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acres additional Am't amount appropriation asylum attendance balance bedding Blind boiler Boxes brick building built Bushels cells cents charge Chicago clothing complete condition connected contract Cook corridor Cost court Deaf discharged doors Dozen eight erected estimate farm feet female five floor four FUND furnished furniture grounds hall hand heated Home hundred hundred dollars Illinois improvements Improvements and repairs incurred on account indebtedness incurred inmates Insane Hospital institution iron Item jail John July June keeper labor less light male March Measure months necessary needed Number October opening Ordinary expenses paid patients paupers person pipe Pounds present prisoners pupils received repairs residence roof rooms September 30 seven side stone story superintendent superintendent's orders supplies TABLE thousand dollars treasurer trustees undrawn ventilation wall wing Yards
Page 7 - ... shall be appointed for one year, one for two years, one for three years, one for four years, and one for five years.
Page 25 - D the patient named in the within warrant. Superintendent. This warrant, with a receipt thereon, shall be returned to the clerk, to be filed by him with the other papers relating to the case.
Page 1 - The clothing to be furnished each patient upon being sent to the hospital, shall not be less than the following : For a male, three new shirts, a new and substantial coat, vest, and two pairs of pantaloons of woolen cloth, three pairs of woolen...
Page 9 - ... commissioners making the charge, and approved by the governor, shall be paid quarterly by the treasurer, on the warrant of the auditor of public accounts, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated ; and the clerk of the board shall be paid in like manner.
Page 110 - Is insane, and is a lit person to be sent to a State hospital for the insane; that he is a resident of the State of Illinois, and county of ; that his age is...
Page 113 - ... corpus at all times, either on his own application, or that of any other person in his behalf. If the patient is discharged on such writ and if it shall appear that the superintendent has acted in bad faith or negligently, the superintendent shall pay all the cost of the proceeding.
Page 3 - The improvement and progress of the pupils have been very encouraging, and parents and friends in almost every instance have expressed satisfaction with what has been accomplished in the short time since the school was organized. The Institution is open to the inspection of the public at all reasonable hours ; and all are not only cordially invited, but are earnestly requested to visit the school. It is a State Institution, and board and tuition are free during the school year of ten months.
Page 14 - ... command the means to secure an education, it shall be- his duty to authorize the said person to enter the said institution for instruction, and to pay for his maintenance and tuition therein at the rate of one hundred and fifty dollars per annum for such deaf and dumb pupil, and at the rate of one hundred and fifty dollars per annum for such blind pupil, payable quarterly out of the treasury of the United States.