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Adding the totals of the preceding summary to those of the summaries of 1892 1881, 1880, 1879, 1878, 1877, 1876, and of the Special Report on Public Libraries pablished by this Burean in 1876 (see also the Report of the Commissioner of Education for 1875, p.cvii), we have the following aggregates for the libraries now reported: Total number of public libraries reported, each having 300 volumes or upwards

4,503 Total number of volumes.

13,668,85 Total yearly additions (2,133 libraries reporting)..

596, Total yearly use of books (1,0-8 libraries reporting)

10, 99, 463 Total amount of permanent fund (1,905 libraries reporting)

$7,014, 009 Total amount of yearly income (1,247 libraries reporting)..

1,592, 602 Total yearly expenditures for books, periodicals, and binding (1,212 libraries reporting)...

697, 109 Total yearly expenditure for salaries and incidental expenses (1,039 libraries reporting)......

257, 747 It should be noted, however, that the figures for these items are but approximately true for the libraries of the country, inasmuch as they do not include the very considerable increase of the 3,647 libraries embraced in the Special Report on Public Libraries or the increase of the 472 libraries embraced in the Reports of the Commissioner of Education for 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879, 1880, 1881, and 1882–83, from the dates thereof, to the present time.

The above table gives the statistics of 384 libraries not included in my previous reports. The total number tabulated from 1875 to 1884, inclusive, is 4,503.

The Bureau has now in progress a work on libraries that is intended to supplement the special report pnblished in 1876. Some topics not treated in that publication will be presented and the subjects therein considered will be brought down to date.

TABLE XVII.- SCHOOLS FOR NURSES. The following statement shows the number of nurses in the United States, according to the census of 1880 :

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TABLE XVII.- Summary of statistics of training schools for nurses.

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1 | Hartford Hospital Training School for Nurses.

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129 2' Connecticut Training School for Nurses, New llaren..

15 3 Illinois Training School for Nurses, Chicago

42 14 57 4 Flower Mission Training School for Nurses, Indian

apelis. 5 Baltimore Training School for Narses (Woman's Med. 7

ļ ical College of Baltimore). 6 Boston City Hospital Training School for Nurses..... 13

bC8 7 Boston Training School for Nurses (Massachusetts

360 124 General Hospital). 8 | Training School for Nurses (New England Hospital di

e72 for Women and Children), Boston. 9 Farrand Training School for Vurses, Detroit ....

12 10 Minnesota College Hospital Training School for Nurses,

Minneapolis. 11 Northwestern Hospital Training School, Minneapolis..

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7 St. Louis Training School 13 Training School for Nurses (Orange (N. J.) Memorial

9 Hospital). 14 Training School for Nurses of the Ladies' Hospital

7 Association, Paterson, N. J. 15 Brooklyn Training School for Nurses (Brooklyn Hog. 15 23

a8 45 612 pital). 16 Long Island College Hospital Training School, Brooklyn. 17 New York State School for Training Nurses, Brooklyn 6 7

65 13 | Training School for Nurses (Brooklyn Homeopathic

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16 Hospital). 19 Buffalo General Hospital Training School for Nurses.. 910 20 Charity and Maternity Hospitals Training School, New 10 42 22

127 York. 21 Mount Sinai Training School for Nurses, New York...

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120 2. Training School for Nurses (Bellevue Hospital), New

193 York. 23 Training School of New York Hospital.........

8 24 Rochester City Hospital Training School for Nurses...

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04 25 Training School for Nurses, Cannonsburg, Pa... 20 Nurse Training School of the Woman's Hospital, Phil

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190 adelphia. 27 Training School for Nurses (Blockley Almshouse),

Philadelphia. 28 Training School for Nursos of the Rhode Island Hos.

pital, Providence. 23 South Carolina Training School for Nurses, Charleston. h2 30 Mary Fletcher Hospital Training School for Nurses, 6

Burlington, Vt. 31 Washington (D. C.) Training School for Nurses .

43 Total

579 221

1, 855 * From Report of the Commissioner of Educa- e Since the formal organization of the school in

tia for 1882-'83. a Graluates of 1888.

September, 1872.

f Eight of these are lecturers in the spring course. Not including the graduates of 1884. Medical staff of hospital.

L 1804 medical lecturers.

From January, 1883, to July, 1884. With a corps of lecturers.

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TABLE XVIII. - Summary of statistics of institutions for the deaf and dumb.

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TABLE XVIII.-- Summary of statistics of institutions for the deaf and dumb -- Continued.

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Alabama .... Arkansas. California.... Colorado. Connecticut Georgia. Mlinois Indiana. Iowa.... Kansas Kentucky Louisiana.. Maine .... Maryland.. Massachusetts. Michigan Minnesota. Mississippi. Missouri... Nebraska.. New Jersey.. New York... North Carolina Ohio ..... Oregon Pennsylvania. Rhode Island South Carolina Tennessee. Texas ..... Virginia . West Virginia. Wisconsin Dakota District of Coinmbia.

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a $15,000

a$15,000 40,000

20, (00 a44, 000

a41, 110 16, 200

16, 200 $481

52, 715
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101, 000 921 98, 935
58, 000

58, 082
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0 c95, 036 24,000

22, 974 30,000

33, 000 10,000

7,850
3,000 3,500
a34, 700

a2, 250 a35, 532
13, 315 d3, 899 31, 311
45, 000
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48, 762
30,000 800 30, 800
37, 000

0 18,000 c118, 500

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21, 000 f60, 374

53, 571 1293, 077 21, 168 359, 877 a36,000

0 a36, 000 100, 675

95, 301 4,000 9800 4,061 86, 700 500 21, 234 3,500

0 2, 700 410, 000 a556

a10, 142 20,000

22, 000 98, 736

0 94, 000 a35, 000 1, 250 a33, 171 a23, 450

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58, 172 1, 551, 727 41, 838 | 1, 595, 191

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75,000 172,000

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a Including department for the blind.

Includes income from other sources. 6 For salaries; also $35 a quarter per capita for g Territorial appropriation for pupils from Wash: current expenses.

ington Territory. • For two years.

n Territorial appropriation. dInclades some income from other Statos. *Congressional appropriation Includes income from board of papila.

TABLE XIX.- Summary of statistics of schools for the blind.

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Alabama
Arkansas.
California
Colorado...
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana.
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana.
Maryland
Massachusetts..
Michigan...
Minnesota
Mississippi.
Missouri..
Nebraska.
New York..
North Carolina..
Ohio......
Oregon
Pennsylvania...
South Carolina..
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia...
West Virginia..
Wisconsin.

Total

1 3 2 29 75 200 75

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b$15,000 1 16 5 40 190

$20,000 $12, 153 $0 16, 274 $15, 100 1 c3 0 34 118 (a) (a)

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10 10 1 15 4 61 217 1. 000 100 75,000 22,000 375 022, 375 11, 373 1 36 2 136

516 56 116,427 26, 750 1, 627 28, 377 27, 852 1 24 4

700 2,070 100 354, 617 29, 000 e210 29, 210 28, 696 1 30 8 125

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350,000 32,586 3,278 35, 864 31, 312 1 19 3 72 186 500 50 100,000 13, 900 0 13,900 13, 900 1 24 8 78 1, 300 100 100,000 19, 256

28, 550 21, 424 1 4

22 60 300 20 12, COO 110,000 1,000 9,000 10, 418 2 18 11 87

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339, 400 16, 250 5,050 31, 900 18, 649 1 82 37 124 1,076 6, 695 504 328, 045 30,000 17, 312 82, 961 62,528 1 26 1 50 99 975 20 78,000 132,000

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9,000 1 21 3 90 569

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300 250,000 28,000 0 28,000 26,000 1 9 1 28 54 250

20,000 9, 200 0 9, 200 9,000 2 98 13 367 1, 925 5, 256

960, 765 93, 452 27, 349 129,705 122, 302 1 11 7 60 500 50 (a) (a)

38,000 (a) 1 925 c7 190 1, 244

500, 000 54,000

54,000 54, COO 1 4 1 12 17 200 40

4,000 0 4,000 4,000 1 33 18 170 1, 186

2, 250 100 206, 000 43,500 5,080 87, 342 72,676 1 2 14 59

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(a) 610,556
1 19 4 66 263
600 80 80,000 13,000

13,000 12, 612 1 27 0 99

95,000 31,000 0 31,000 31, 000 1 7 4 41 266 250 20 1

0 36 79 360 80 (a) (a) 0h5,150 629, 508 (a) 1 26 2 77 333 1,700 75 175, 000 18,000 0 25, 000 18,000 31 G15 155 2, 319 9, 728 | 28, 862 1, 839 4, 230, 254 647, 047 | 66, 431 913, 722 590, 285

a Reported with statistics for the deaf and

dumb (see Table XVIII and summary).
b For both departments.
c Instructors only.
d Total of items reported.

e Cash receipts from the institution.
f In State Warrants.
g Officers and teachers only.
h Receipts from counties and individuals.

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