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8. State number quarts milk produced between
October 1, 1904, and September 30, 1905...
9. State number quarts milk consumed during
10. State number quarts milk purchased during
11. State provisions produced between October 1, 1904, and Sep
tember 30, 1905:
Total Pounds. market value, valuation.
The following appropriations are recommended for this institution:
1. For maintenance for the fiscal year beginning
October 1, 1906...
2. For completing cottages five and six, including
steam, water, sewer and lighting connections.
As at Albion, the appropriation made at the last Legislature was not sufficiently large to cover the outside connections and other
matters that it was necessary to eliminate in
3. For barn and root cellar....
The barn at this institution is in a very dilapidated condition and must be rebuilt.
It is desirable that at the same time a root
cellar should be built in conjunction there-
4. For new stack and repairing wall of boiler
5. For duplicate boiler feed pump and governor...
It is very necessary that the funds for a new stack and boiler feed pump and governor be appropriated this year. The institution has very much increased in population, and, while I should like very much to make
a recommendation in this line similar to that
at Albion, the fact that the stack, which has
the institution for all time.
6. For repairs and equipment...
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 724, Laws of 1904.) Fire risers and fire protection improvements......
$1,250 00 Approvals, $1,242.08; balance, $7.92. Coal pockets and driveway..
Cottage for employees..
Approvals, $2,245.18; balance, $4.52. Disciplinary building. .
Approvals, $7,953.86; balance, $46.14.
Repairs and equipment...
Approvals, $1,499.49; balance, $ .51.
(Chapter 729, Laws of 1904.)
Farm and other utensils...
Reappropriated from chapter 599, Laws of 1903.
NEW YORK STATE REFORMATORY, ELMIRA, N. Y.
Board of Managers.
Dr. Charles F. Howard...
.. Buffalo, N. Y. Henry Solomon...
New York City. William N. Eastabrook...
Elmira, N. Y. Justus H. Harris...
.Elmira, N. Y. Henry Melville. .
New York City. Superintendent, Col. Joseph F. Scott. Capacity of institution, 1,250. Average population for the fiscal year, 1,295.08. Net per capita cost of maintenance, $166.88. Total net cost of maintenance, $216,118.76.
Area of grounds, 280 acres.
Appropriated for improvements and betterments by the Legislature of 1905, $159,503.19.
Movement of population during the year was as follows: Number of inmates, September 30, 1904....