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tions that subsequent requirements might be more closely esti

mated :

$3,500 00

(Chapter 652, Laws of 1904.) Plumbing improvements and shower bath..

Approvals, $2,642.38; balance, $857.62. Repairs and equipment..

1,000 00

All used.

(Chapter 729, Laws of 1904.)

01

Renewing of laundry machinery, etc....

Balance of chapter 410, Laws of 1901.
Nothing used.

165 57

Sloyd system

Reappropriated from chapter 594, Laws of 1902.
All used.

Developing, maintaining and extending industries

(refunds) All used.

792 15

(Chapter 703, Laws of 1905.)

Repairs and equipment...

1,000 00

All used.

3,500 00

Continuing plumbing

Nothing used.
Developing, maintaining and extending industries

(refunds)
Approvals, $252.07; balance, $176.32.

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SOLARIUM OFF GIRLS' WARD, WEST HAVERSTRAW.

NEW YORK STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF

CRIPPLED AND DEFORMED CHILDREN,

WEST HAVERSTRAW.

Board of Managers.

Rt. Rev. HENRY C. POTTER, D. D......

New York City GEORGE BLAGDEN, JR...

New York City J. HAMPDEN ROBB...

.. New York City Dr. NEWTON M. SHAFFER...

. New York City Superintendent, Dr. NEWTON M. SHAFFER.

Capacity of institution, 45.
Average population for the fiscal year, 29.72.
Net per capita cost of maintenance, $400.94.
Total net cost of maintenance, $11,916.04.
Area of grounds, 50 acres.
Number of buildings, 6.

Appropriated for improvements and betterments by the Legislature of 1905, $15,157.01.

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

25 Admitted during the year...

31 11

Discharged

Number of patients October 1, 1905..

45 This institution was removed from its old site in Tarrytown, to its present commodious quarters at West Haverstraw, April 1, 1905. The number of beds in the new institution available for patients is 45, which is nearly double the capacity of the Tarrytown building, which contained 25. During the year the Board of Managers of the hospital sustained a severe loss in the death of Mr. J. Adriance Bush, who had taken a very active interest in the affairs of the institution from the date of its

inception.

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—Hominy, bread and butter, coffee.
Dinner—Chicken, potatoes, squash, bread and butter, ice cream.

Supper-Bread and butter, milk, peaches.
Monday:

Breakfast-Oatmeal, bread and butter, coffee.

Dinner-Roast beef, potatoes, turnips, bread and butter, bread pudding

Supper—Bread and butter, milk, syrup.
Tuesday:

Breakfast-Oatmeal, bread and butter, coffee.
Dinner-Pork loin, potatoes, corn, bread and butter.

Supper-Bread and butter, milk, tomatoes.
Wednesday:

Breakfast-Oatmeal, bread and butter, coffee.

Dinner-Lamb shoulder, potatoes, succotash, bread and butter, corn starch pudding.

Supper-Bread and butter, milk, apple sauce. Thursday:

Breakfast-Oatmeal, bread and butter, coffee.

Dinner—Corned beef and cabbage, potatoes, bread and butter, rice pudding

Supper-Bread and butter, milk, tomatoes,

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