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New water mains have been installed, giving the institution a duplicate system of water supply to the farm cottage, barn, slaughter-house, pig pen, hen house and the male group of buildings.

Inmate labor has been utilized during the year for building an artificial ice pond for the purpose of providing an extra supply of home product ice. A large amount of grading has been done in the rear of the buildings. Inmates also assisted to a considerable extent in the construction of a coal shed for the storage of 1,000 tons of coal.

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

institution :

Sunday:

Breakfast-Fried ham, corned beef hash, boiled potatoes, bread and butter, crackers, coffee, sugar and milk.

Dinner-Fresh beef and gravy, boiled potatoes, turnips, beets, bread and butter, tapioca pudding, coffee, milk and sugar.

Supper-('old ham, beans, bread and butter, cake, prunes, tea,

sugar and milk.

Monday:

Breakfast-Rolled oats, beef steak, stew, boiled potatoes, bread

and butter, coffee, milk and sugar.

Dinner-Bean soup, meat, potatoes boiled, beets, bread and butter, coffee, milk and sugar.

Supper-Rolled oats and syrup, stewed meat, boiled potatoes, bread and butter, cake, tea, milk and sugar.

Tuesday:

Breakfast-Hominy and syrup, fried ham, boiled potatoes, bread and butter, coffee, milk and sugar.

Dinner-Roast beef, gravy, boiled potatoes, cabbage, beets, boiled rice, bread and butter, apple and elderberry pie, coffee,

milk and sugar.

Supper-Cold beef, fried potatoes, bread and butter, cake, tea,

milk and sugar.

Wednesday:

Breakfast-Rolled oats, corned beef hash, boiled potatoes, bread and butter, coffee, milk and sugar.

Dinner-Boiled potatoes, corned beef, vegetable soup, cabbage, crackers, bread and butter, rice pudding, cheese, coffee, milk and

sugar.

Supper—Corn meal and syrup, beef stew, bread and butter, cake, tea, milk and sugar. Thursday:

Breakfast-Bacon, stew, cream gravy, boiled potatoes, rolled oats, bread and butter, coffee, milk and sugar.

Dinner-Beef, pork and beans, raw onions, boiled potatoes, cabbage, bread and butter, bread pudding, cheese, coffee, milk

and sugar.

Supper-Cold meat, fried potatoes, bread and butter, prunes, tea, milk and sugar. Friday:

Breakfast-Creamed codfish, boiled potatoes, bread and butter, coffee, milk and sugar.

Dinner--Baker fish, boiled potatoes, boiled onions, bread and butter, beets, corn starch pudding (boys) ice cream (girls), coffee, milk and sugar.

Supper-Creamed codfish, corn meal mush and syrup, potatoes, bread and butter, cake, tea, milk and sugar. Saturday:

Breakfast-Hamburg steak, rolled oats and syrup, boiled potatoes, bread and butter, coffee, milk and sugar.

Dinner-Roast beef, pork and beans, potatoes, beets, bread and butter, onions, dressing, bread pudding, coffee, milk and

sugar.

Supper-Cold meat, fried potatoes, bread and butter, cake, tea, milk and sugar.

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 farmer

.George Teal 2. Number of citizens employed on farm..

3 a. Salary of each: One .

$50 00

25 00

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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.

a. Salary of each...

b. Number of months employed yearly.. 5. Number of inmates employed in garden...

a. Number receiving salary..

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

$40 00

12

12

0

0

250

b. Salary of each...

0

7. Detailed statement of duties of farmer and of each employe.

doing farm work........ Farmer, charge of farm and carting freight. One man in charge of cows and one

man in charge of pigs and chickens. 8. Detailed statement of duties of gardener and employees

doing graden work. .... Gardener, charge of garden and butchering and packing meats.

9. Total number of acres.

350

350

0

0

10. Number of acres in farm owned by State...
11. Number of acres in farm leased by State.....
12. Annual rental paid for leased or rented land...
13. Acreage of unimproved land September 30, 1905
14. Acreage of improved land, including all not re-

ported as unimproved, September 30, 1905.

25

325

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16. Number of acres of pasture land..
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

25

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22. Number of acres occupied by buildings for hous

ing cattle Sheep, etc.

1

0

23. Number of acres occupied by buildings used for
storage of farm and garden products. .....

1 24. Source of water supply..

.City Mohawk River).

a. Streams

Yes.

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35. Value of entire farm including all owned or

leased land contained therein, together with

the buildings and other permanent improve

ments

$35,000 00

36. Number and value of all buildings on

15,000 00

farm September 30, 1905..

6 37. Value of all machinery and implements belong

ing to the farm and garden, including all
ordinary implements, wagons, carriages, har-
ness, etc., and all apparatus for making or
producing farm or dairy products...

2,500 00

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