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admitted from July Apoplexy April Asylum at Agnews asylum June 30 Bright's disease California Cause of Death Cerebral effusion Cerebral softening Consumption counties December Dementia diarrhoea discharged not insane discharged unimproved Number disease of brain Empyema ending June 30 Epilepsy Exhaustion from mania Exhaustion from organic Exhaustion General paralysis exhaustion Organic disease F. W. HATCH February Females fiscal year ending honorable Board hundred and eighty-one hundred and fifty-seven improved Number discharged Improvement of grounds Infirmities of age Insane Asylum insane Number died Ireland Ireland Ireland Italy January June 30 last report Laundry Males Mania Maniacal exhaustion Organic March Medical Director Melancholia Monomania Nova Scotia November Number admitted Number discharged improved Number discharged recovered Number of patients Number returned escapes paralysis Peritonitis Phthisis pulmonalis Pleuritis pneumonia pounds Prussia remaining June 30 Senile Senile dementia September shows the number Status epilepticus Supposed Causes Sweden Syphilis TABLE three hundred Towels ward buildings Whole number
Page 18 - Gentlemen: I herewith submit to you my annual report for the year of 1920 : Respectfully submitted, FH BOLD, MD Chief Food Inspector.
Page 27 - June 30, 1891; number admitted, number under care and treatment, number discharged, died, and eloped during the year, and the number remaining in the asylum June 30, 1892: TABLE I.
Page 37 - Amount of articles purchased and consumed, and other expenses, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1889.
Page 43 - Products of the Farm, Garden, and Dairy, for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1897.
Page 13 - Insane," held at Agnews Asylum, July 19, 1892. An extract from the minutes of the association reads as follows : " The question as to whether the State or counties should bear the expense connected with the transportation and maintenance of the insane was considered. It was the sense of the association that the counties should pay for the transportation of the insane to the asylums, and that they should also bear a certain part of the actual cost of caring for the insane. In view of the great diversity...
Page 40 - Amount of Articles Purchased and Consumed, and Other Expenses, for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1897.
Page 42 - TABLE SECOND. Showing the cost of the different departments for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1 883. DEPARTMENTS. Cost. Kitchen and dining-rooms - - $51,787 58 Wards - - 16,883 47 Bakery 9,718 07 Laundry- - 463 02 Engine-room T — .-' \ 248 76 Farm, garden, dairy, and stable.. -. 3,030 00 Trustees...
Page 43 - January February ... March April May June July August September . . October November... December . . . 1892. January February ... March April May June July August September . . October November. . . December . . . 1893.
Page 9 - REPORT. YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1891. To the Directors of the Stockton State Insane Asylum: GENTLEMEN: I herewith submit my annual report for the year ending June 30, 1891. Another report will be required of the Superintendent before the time of making the usual biennial report to the Governor, and I shall offer no extended observations at this time. For the past year the daily per capita cost of maintaining the patients has been 38.9 cents. This includes the entire expense for food...