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Potatoes, late, bu.
Prunes, lbs.
Quinces, bu.
Raspberries, qts.
Radishes, bunches, at 2 cents...
Rhubarb, bunches
Sage, bunches
Squash, summer, cwt.
Squash, winter, cwt.
Summer savory, bunches.
Strawberries, qts., at 10 cents.
Tomatoes, bu., at 40 cents..
Thyme, bunches
Turnips, early, bunches.....
Turnips, late, bu., at 20 cents

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4. Live stock raised October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1905:

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Poultry
Colts
Pigs ..

6

$5 00 $30 00 5. State number of animals slaughtered between October 1, 1904 and September 30, 1905:

Quantity. Valuation. Cows

Lambs

Sheep
Pigs

6

$102 90

Calves

6. State number of animals died from accident, disease, or

killed between October 1, 1904 and September 30, 1905 :

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Pigeons
Doves

Other poultry
8. State number quarts milk produced between

October 1, 1904 and September 30, 1905..... 9. State number quarts milk consumed during

same period ... 10. State number quarts milk purchased during

same period

32,100

32,100

11. State provisions produced between October 1, 1904 and September 30, 1905 :

Local market

Total Lbs.

value. valuation. Beef

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The following appropriations are recommended for this institution :

1. For maintenance for the fiscal year beginning

$44,000 00

3,600 00

October 1, 1906 2. For addition to administration building...

Owing to the increase in population and addition of several new buildings, it is absolutely essential that this building should be enlarged. It has heretofore been recommended by the Board of Managers but it seems now necessary that it should be done.

5,800 00

3. For completing cottages five and six and assem

bly hall, including outside steam, water,

sewer and lighting connections... The appropriation made last year for two cottages and assembly hall was not sufficiently large to cover the outside connections, as herein set forth, and this amount must therefore of necessity be appropriated. 4. For changing old assembly hall into school room,

including equipment for same....

1,000 00

Upon the completion of the new assembly hall, the old one will have to be used for additional school rooms, made necessary by the increase in population. 5. For watchman's clock and connections....

$250 00 6. For fuel saving device for boilers.....

1,200 00 The Board of Managers asked for an appropriation of about $10,000, to build a new smoke stack, enlarge boiler house and install an additional boiler, but it is the judgment of the Department that the installation of a fuel saving device on the three boilers now installed will not only overcome the necessity for the expenditure of so much money at the present, but will also entail a saving in the consumption of coal.

The following statement of the disposition of the appropriations for extraordinary repairs and improvements is brought up to the date of calculation, which is March 1, 1906; this having been done with a view to giving an exact knowledge of the conditions that subsequent requirements might be more closely estimated :

(Chapter 729, Laws of 1904.) Fire protection

$131 00 Reappropriated from chapter 434, Laws of 1902.

Nothing used.
Spray baths and bath room.

333 36 Reappropriated from chapter 434, Laws of 1902. Nothing used.

(Chapter 721, Laws of 1904.) Lighting equipment

5,000 00 Approvals, $3,150.77; balance, $49.23.

$38,000 00

15,000 00

1,500 00

Reappropriated by chapter 700, Laws of 1905, $1,800.

(Chapter 703, Laws of 1905.) Two cottages

Approvals, $37,956.05; balance, $13.95. Assembly hall

Approvals, $14,915; balance $85. Repairs and equipment... Nothing used.

(Chapter 700, Laws of 1905.) Repairs and equipment.

Reappropriated from chapter 588, Laws of 1903.

Approvals, $4.54; balance, $1.40.
Furnishings

Reappropriated from chapter 721, Laws of 1904.
Approvals, $639.74; balance, $1,160.26.

5 94

1,800 00

NEW YORK STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, BATAVIA,

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