Imagens das páginas
PDF
ePub

NORTH CAROLINA.

BOARD OF PUBLIC CHARITIES.

Steel Creek

..Raleigh

Raleigh. Charles Duffy, M.D...

Newbern W. S. Reid.
Lawrence J. Haughton .

Pittsboro Wesley M. Jones.
C. B. Denson...

Raleigh

Officers of the Board.
Charles Duffy, M.D., President...... Newbern C. B. Denson, Secretary.

Raleigh

OHIO.

BOARD OF STATE CHARITIES

State House, Columbus.
(Established by Chapter 4, Revised Statutes, of 1867, passed April 17, 1867.)
Roeliff Brinkerhoff
Mansfield M. D. Follett..

Marietta
Williarn Howard Neff.
Cincinnati H. C. Ranney.

.Cleveland Charles Parrott.... .Columbus W. A. Hale..

. Dayton Officers of the Board. Gov. Asa S. Bushnell, President, ex-officio..... Gen. Roeliff Brinkerhoff, Chairman.. Mansfield

Columbus Joseph P. Byers, Secretary ......... Columbus

PENNSYLVANIA.

BOARD OF PUBLIC CHARITIES.

1224 Chestout Street, Philadelphia.

(Established by Act of Legislature, passed April 24, 1869.) Mahlon H. Dickinson. .. Philadelphia George W. Ryon

Shamokin George W. Starr. Erie Charles Miller....

Franklin Henry M. Boies Scranton Francis J. Torrance.

Allegheny George I. M'Leod. Philadelphia Isaac Johnson

Media William B. Gill.. Philadelphia Isaac J. Wistar.

. Philadelphia Cadwalader Biddle, ex otħcio ..... Philadelphia

Officers of the Board. Mahlon H. Dickinson, President.. Philadelphia George I. M'Leod, M.D., Chairman CommitCadwalader Biddle, General agent and Secre tee on Lunacy

Philadelphia tary..

. Philadelphia
Henry M. Wetherill, M.D., Secretary Committee on Lunacy.... Philadelphia.

RHODE ISLAND.

BOARD OF STATE CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS,

No. 104 North Main Street, Providence.
[Established by Chapter 291, General Laws, passed May Session, 1867.]
William Gregory
Wickford Ellery H. Wilson.

Providence
Walter A. Read.
Chepachet James B. Hanaford.

Apponaug George W. Cutter. Newport R. H.I. Goddard.

Providence George Lewis Smith

Vayatt
Philippe Boucher..

Woonsocket
Offcers of the Board.
William Gregory, Chairman ........ Wickford Charles H. Peckham, Secretary..... Providence

[ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

Secretary's Office, Bridgewater.
(Established by Chapter 5, Session Laws of 1890, passed March 6, 1890. Provided for in the State

Constitution of 1889.)
W. J. Sibbison..
Dell Rapids George W. Kingsbury

Yankton
L. B. Laughlin.
Bridgewater F. M. Steere

Wessington Springs
J. P. Davis..

Winthrop

[blocks in formation]

Humane Society's Office, 413 Church Street, Nashville

(Established by Chapter 193 of the Laws of 1895, passed May 13, 1895.) Lewis Tillman..

Knoxville James A. Orman, D.D. Hugh W. Tate, M.D.

..... Bolivar

E. W. Cole....
W. H. Taylor, M.D..

New Market W. T. Harris, D.D.
Gov. R. L. Taylor, Nashville, ex officio.

[ocr errors][merged small]

Officers of the Board.
James A. Orman, D.D., President.... Nashville Matt. Hoke, Secretary...

[merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors]

WASHINGTON.

STATE BOARD OF AUDIT AND CONTROL.

Office of Board, Olympia. Office of Commissioner of Public Institutions, Tacoma.

(Established by Title xvi., Chapter 1, of Ballinger's Code of Washington, April 1, 1897.1 John R. Rogers, Governor Olympia W. M. Ridpath.

Spokane Ernest Lister.. Tacoma John C. Stallcup

Tacoma Henry J. Snively. North Yakima Dr. J. Eugene Jordan...

eattle

John R. Rogers,

officio

Officers of the Board. Governor, Chairman, er Ernest Lister, Secretary, and Commissioner of ... Olympia Public Institutions.

Tacoma

WISCONSIN.

STATE BOARD OF CONTROL.

State Capitol, Madison.
(Established by Chapter 221 of the Laws of 1891.)

Richard Guenther.
William P. Lyon.

Oshkosh

. Madison
Nathaniel B. Treat...

E. R. Petherick
George W. Bishop.

Monroe

Milwaukee Rhinelander

Officers of the Board. Richard Guenther, President.

Oshkosh William P. Lyon, l'ice-President...... Madison M. J. Tappins, Secretary........... .. Madison

WYOMING.

STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES AND REFORM.

State Capitol, Cheyenne. (Established by Chapter 37, Laws 1890-91, passed Jan. 8, 1891. Amended by Chapter 34, Laws of

1895, passed February 13, 1895. Provided for in the State Constitution of 1890:] William A. Richards. .Cheyenne William 0. Owen.

.Cheyenne Charles W. Burdick.. ..Cheyenne Henry G. Hay..

.Cheyenne Officers of the Board. William A. Richards, President...... Cheyenne Carroll H. Parmelee, Secretary .Cheyenne

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

Allison, J., 411.

Balch, Emily G., 492.
Barrows, S. J., 451.
Bell, Clarke, 459.
Bicknell, E. P., 375, 491.
Birtwell, Mary L., 489.
Blodgett, Mrs. I. N., 69.
Blumer, Dr., 458.
Borden, Mary J., 68.
Brackett, Jeffrey R., xliii, 191.
Breed, W. J., 465.
Brewer, W. H., 474.
Briggs, F. H., 477.
Brinkerhoff, R., 495.
Buckner, R. C., 94.
Burnette, W. S. R., lowa, 48.
Butler, Amos W., 45.
Byers, Joseph P., 81.
Caldwell, P., 404.
Carson, James C., 294.
Cary, John R., 492:
Chamberlain, Warden, 450.
Chapin, H. D., 424.
Charlton, T. J., 379.
Choate, Joseph H., xxii, 218.
Clark, A. W., 68.
Corrigan, Bishop, xxvii.
Cowie, George G., 64.
Cowles, Edward, 285.
Denson, C. B., 79.
Devine, E. T., 480, 489, 490, 492.
Dodds, F. C., 44.
Drewry, William Francis, 97.
Evans, Mrs. Glendower, 468.

Fetter, Frank A., 246.
Finney, Thos. M., 490.
Flint, Agnes W., 31.
Flint, Austin, 328.
Folks, Homer, 74, 106, 443, 462.
Follett, Judge, 475.
Fowler, Wm. P., 489.
Fox, Hugh F., 71, 489,
Frenyear, Myra G., 489.
Gallagher, Emma A., 50.
Garrett, P. C., 460, 464.
Gates, W. A., 276.
Gault, F. B., 43.
Gilman, D. C., 430.
Greer. David H., 332.
Guenther, Richard, 202.
Hale, W. A., 458.
Hall, Bolton, 460.
Hall, Mary, 27.
Hamblin, Ira B., 30.

Harrison, C. M., 425.
Hart, H. H., 27, 497,
Heg, James E., 101.
Henderson, C. R., 246, 445, 448, 480, 483.
Heymann, Michel, 52.
Hoke, Matt, 92.
Howey, Laura E., 67.
Hubbard, Chas. M., 490, 492.
Hunter, Anna F., 489.
Huntington, W. R., D.D., 11.
Jackson, Sheldon, 29.
Johnson, Alexander, xxxvi, 460, 482, 490, 491,

493, 494, 499.
Johnson, George W., 478.
Johnston, Grace, 384.
Keller, John W., 212.
Kellogg, C. P., 34.
Kennedy, W. L., 93.
Kjelyaared, Mr., 491.
Knight, George H., 304.
Letchworth, W. P., 461, 496.
Lewis, Charlton T., 446, 449, 454, 496.
Lindsay, Samuel McC., 489, 491.
Lincoln, Alice N., 184, 453.
Lord, Wm. R., 489.
Love, Maria M., 490, 491.
Love, Minnie C. T., 33.
Low, Seth, xxxiü.
Lowell, Mrs. C. R., 256, 448, 489, 492.
Lowell, Josephine Shaw, 246.
MacFarland, H. B. F., 39
Massie, James, 246.
Mathews, Byror: C., 367.
McGonnigle, R. D., 491.
McKinley, Wm., xxvi.
McLean, Kate M., 56.
Miller, T. C., 100.
Mulry, Thomas M., 362.

Nichols, Wm. 1., 491.
Nicholson, Timothy, 27,
Nutting, James H., 87.
Otterson, Ira, 474.
Paddock, Grace M., 95,
Paine, Robert Treat, 454, 481, 490.
Perry, Mary E., 65.
Platt, W. B., 402, 465.
Post, James A., 62.
Potter, Bishop, xxx.
Pullman, James M., 485, 491.
Quincy, Josiah, 198.
Ranney, Henry C., 246.
Rhett, Mrs. M. A., 85.

Tutwiler, J. S., 27.

l'fford, Walter S., lii.

Richmond, M. E., 490, 491.
Rogers, A. C., 494.
Rosebrugh, A. M., 104.
Rosenau, N. S., 489, 490, 491.
Sanborn, F. B., xxxix, 231, 268.
Schurz, Carl, 247.
Shaffer, N. M., 393.
Sherrard, W. B., 90.
Sibbison, W. J., 90.
Smith, Stephen, 320.
Smith, Z. Ú., 489.
Smyth, John H., 471.
Spencer, Anna Garlın, 476.
Spratling, W. P., 309.
Steams, William G., 283.
Stevens, L. M. N., 56.
Stewart, Wm. Rhinelander, xxi, 1, 438, 445, 495,

500.
Storrs, Lucius C., 498.
Strong, W. L., xxvi.
Thorp, J. G., 246.
Toby, H. A., 459.

Walk, James W., 85, 479.
Wallin, Franklin B., 206.
Walpole, W. R., 84.
Warner, Emalea P., 37.
Washburn, J. R., 196.
Washburn, Wickes, 439.
Wells, John D., 59.
Westendorf, T. P., 99.
Wbarton, Susan P., 489, 490.
Wiggin, F. H., 336.
Williamson, Mrs. E. E., 358, 461,
Wilson, G. S., 461.
Wines, F. H., 223, 454, 479, 496.
Wise, Peter M., 456.
Wolfe, Samuel, 349.
Wright, A. O., 450, 498.
Wright, J. Edward, 97.
ERRATUM. For Offenders read Defectives, 53.

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

Addresses at opening session: by W. R. Stewart,

xxi; by J. H. Choate, xxii; by Archbishop
Corrigan, xxvii; by Bishop Potter, xxx; by
Seth Low, xxxii; by Alex. Johnson, xxxvi;
by F. B. Sanbom, xxxix; by Jeffrey R.

Brackett, xliii.
Administration of Municipal Charities, 198.
Advanced Professional Work in Insane Hospi-

tals, 285
Advances in Charities and Correction, 430.
After-care of insane, 458.
Alabama, convicts in mines in, 54.
Alabama, report from, 27.
Alaska, report from, 29.
Albany, public charities in, 148.
Alien Dependants in Minnesota, 276.
Allegheny public charities in, 147.
American Journal of Sociology, reference to

article in, 237:
Anthropological Study in Children's Institutions,

424
Appointments to State institutions, 239.
Arizona, report from, 30.
Atlanta, public charities in, 159.
Baltimore, public charities in, 125.
Birmingham workhouse, 187.
Boarding-out plan, advantage of, 372.
Boarding-out system, 464.
Boston, public charities in, 123
Boy, The, and Girl, on Furlough, 384.
Bridgeport, Conn., public chanties of, 171.
Brockway, Z. R., 208.
Brown, Dr. Buckminster, 395.
Buffalo, public charities in, 131.
California, report from, 31.
Cambridge, Mass., public charities in, 158.
(anada, report from, 26.

Canadian Conference of Charities and Correction,

105
Catholic Protectory, number of children dis-

charged from, 364.
Causes of indigency, 208.
Charities Review, 434, 481.
"harity organization, 430.
harity organization, section meetings, 483.
Charleston, S.C., public charities in, 167.
Chicago, public charities in, 117.
Children, bill for protection of, 62.
Child-saving, progress in, 461.
Churches in Charity Work, 486.
Cincinnati, public charities in, 128.
Civil Service Commission, 260.
Civil Service Reform, 249.
Civil Service Reform, paper by Mrs. Lowell, 256.
Classification of juvenile delinquents, 411.
Classification of Paupers, 184.
Classified statement of outdoor relief, 182.
Cleveland, public charities in, 129.
Clinical assistance, 291.
Closing speeches, 495.
Cohorts hostile to society: infirmity, appetite,

sloth, ignorance, 431.
Colorado, report from, 33.
Columbus, Ohio, public charities in, 149.
Commercial Advertiser, quotation from, 346.
Committees, reports from: on

reports from
States, 18; on municipal and county charities,

106.
Committee, report from, on immigration and

interstate migration, 262.
Committees, report of, on insanity, 283.
Conference seal, account ot, li.
Conference sermon, 11.
Connecticut law concerning crimes and punish-

ments, 307
Consanguineous marriages, results of, 300).

« AnteriorContinuar »