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Capacity of institution, 1,000.
Average population for the fiscal year, 703.27.
Net per capita cost of maintenance, $195.58.
* Total cost of maintenance, $137,546.26.
Area of grounds, 37.5 acres.
Number of buildings, 28.

Appropriated for improvements and betterments by the Legislature of 1905, $16,089.60.

Movement of population during the year was as follows: Number of inmates October 1, 1904...

828 Received during the year..

416 Discharged during the year.

650 Number of inmates October 1, 1905....

594 During June, 1905, the department for girls was closed, the law creating the New York State Training School for Girls at Hudson providing for the commitment to that institution of such girls as formerly were sent to this institution.

During the year the Board of Managers lost four of its members by death,-Frederick W. Downer, Horace W. Robbins, Capt. R. Somers Hayes, and General Thomas H. Barber. The death of Miss Ethel Cram, member of the Ladies' Committee, also occurred during the year.

During the year special attention was given to the military work, which has shown a marked improvement under the direction of H. N. Wilbur.

Among the important improvements made during the year were the installation of fire-escapes on the main building, primary building, and primary schoolhouse; installation of new laundry machinery and remodeling laundry; repairing and painting roofs of the main building, school building and shop buildings, including a new slatte roof on the blacksmith shop; extension of and repairs to steam-heating plant; general overhauling and painting of greenhouses; complete renovation, painting, etc., of all the schoolrooms, decorating chapel, offices, rotunda and halls in main building; constructing new conduits for steam and gas lines. During the summer a band of twenty-one pieces was organized, with a complete equipment of instruments.

*Does not include school money received from New York City ($16,095).

The following bills of fare for the closing week of the fiscal year, submitted by the Superintendent at the request of this Department, give a fair idea of the range of diet at this insti.

tution:

Sunday:

Breakfast—Coffee with milk and sugar, bread and red jelly.

Dinner-Roast beef with brown gravy, bread, boiled potatoes, cabbage, pickled beets, farina pudding with milk, sugar and eggs.

Supper—Bread, milk, ginger cookies.

Monday:

Breakfast—Coffee with milk and sugar, bread and steamed oatmeal with milk and sugar.

Dinner-Bread, baked pork and beans, cucumber pickles and

tomatoes.

Supper-Bread, milk, apple sauce.

Tuesday:

Breakfast-Coffee with milk and sugar, bread, boiled rice with

syrup.

Dinner-Bread, corned beef and cabbage, fresh tomatoes, po

tatoes and mustard.

Supper-Bread, milk, ginger bread.

Wednesday:

Breakfast-Coffee with milk and sugar, bread, corned beef hash.

Dinner-Bread, bean soup with salt pork, tomatoes, bread pudding with milk, sugar and currants.

Supper-Bread, milk, baked apples with sugar. Thursday:

Breakfast-Coffee with milk and sugar, bread, boiled rice with

syrup.

Dinner-Beef soup with barley, onions and tomatoes, boiled potatoes.

Supper-Bread, milk, stewed apricots with sugar. Friday:

Breakfast-Coffee with milk and sugar, bread, stewed prunes.

Dinner-Scrambled eggs, beans, mashed potatoes, bread, butter, tomatoes, rice pudding.

Supper-Bread, milk, ginger bread. Saturday:

Breakfast - Coffee with milk and sugar, bread, boiled rice with

syrup.

Dinner-Beef soup with barley, bread, boiled potatoes, tomatoes, string beans.

Supper-Bread, milk, apple sauce.

The following report of farm and garden products, and farm census, is submitted by this institution for the year ending September 30, 1905 : 1. Name of gardener...

.Jacob Faulhaber 2. Name of citizens employed on farm.

a. Salary of each....
b. Number of months employed yearly..

3. Number of inmates employed on farm...

a. Number receiving salary.

b. Salary of each..... 4. Number of citizens employed in garden....

1 a. Salary of each......

$40 00 b. Number of months employed yearly....

7 5. Number of inmates employed in garden....14 for 12 day each

a. Number receiving salary..

b. Salary of each.... 6. Number of inmates otherwise employed...

a. Salary.of each...... 7. Detailed statement of duties of farmer and of each employee

doing farm work..

8. Detailed statement of duties of gardener and employees doing

garden work. General work about garden and also unloading coal as re

quired ...

9. Total number of acres.....

3742

10. Number of acres in farm owned by State.....
11. Number of acres in farm leased or rented by State
12. Annual rental paid for leased or rented land...
13. Acreage of unimproved land September 30, 1905,

Marsh.

1312

14. Acreage of improved land including all not re

ported as unimproved September 30, 1905,

Acres of lawns, yards and building sites. ..... 15. Number of acres of woodland..... 16. Yumber of acres of pasture land...

14

8

8

17. Number of acres of hog range.
18. Number of acres of garden..
19. Number of acres under cultivation....
20. Number of acres occupied by buildings used by

officers
21. Number of acres occupied by buildings used by

inmates.

10

In yard and building sites 22. Number of acres occupied by buildings used for

housing cattle, sheep, etc..... 23. Number of acres occupied by buildings used for

storage of farm and garden products.... 24. Source of water supply...

New York City, Croton:

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25. Ownership of water supply, city...... Yes.

Yes..... corporation ..... State ... 26. Capacity of water supply.. 27. Cost of water supply, metered.

Yearly tax

Monthly tax 28. Number of acres of land fenced in....

29. Number of acres of land not fenced in.....

3712

30. Number rods stone wall

Cost per rod...

Total cost ....
31. Number rods board fence..

Cost per rod...
Total cost ....

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