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BARN AT Rush AFTFR IT HAD BEEN REPAIRED BY LABOR OF Boys.

Quantity Total

harvested. valuation. Spinach, bu.

1812 $3 70 Squash, summer, number...

570

24 45 Squash, winter, lbs. ...

1,227

9 48 Summer savory, bunches.. Strawberries, qts.

638

61 80 Tomatoes, bu.

222 155 26 Thyme, bunches Turnips, early, bunches.

903

18 06 Turnips, late, bu.

18978 75 55 Total

$3,028 52 4. Live stock raised October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1905:

Number. Value.

Total. Calves . .

50

$7 00 $350 00

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

Quantity. Valuation

Cows

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

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

2

Milch cows

Bulls

1

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Other poultry
8. State number quarts milk produced between

October 1, 1901, and September 30, 1905......

151,405

198,747

9. State number quarts milk consumed during same

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

period.

47.312

The following appropriations are recommended for this institution :

1. For maintenance for the fiscal year beginning

October 1, 1906 ... 2. For furnishings

$140,000 00

10,000 00 $5,000 00

5,000 00 15,000 00 10,000 00

1,000 00 25,000 00

25,000 00

3. For telephone system to cottages and main line. 4. For farm stock and equipment. 5. For industrial building 6. For superintendent's house 7. For superintendent's barn. 8. For administration building 9. For Catholic and Protestant chapels. 10. For furnishing water supply... 11. For furnishing sewage disposal... 12. For fencing 13. For material for sixteen henhouses and sixteen

hogpens . 14. For moving greenhouse from city institution.... 15. For moving organ from city institution..... 16. For ovens and equipment for bakery building..

10,000 00

12,000 00

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5,000 00

4,800 00 1,000 00

1,000 00

3,000 00

I recommend that the funds asked for by the Institutional Managers be appropriated and I may say that the amounts named in each instance are those estimated by the commission, created under chapter 527 of the Laws of 1902, to select a new site for this institution. It is imperative that the school be moved in its entirety from the city of Rochester to Rush and with this appropriation the removal will be brought about. The expense of maintaining two institutions is very much greater than the one and there is no reason why the city property should not be abandoned this year and disposed of as the State may see fit.

It is true that additional facilities should be furnished by the State to take care of the feeble-minded, idiotic and epileptic, in order to relieve the almshouses throughout the State

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