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Recapitulation of Cause of Death of Ninety-two Patients during the Year, from July 1, 1880, to

July 1, 1881.

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TABLE FIRST.

Female

Showing Account of Articles Consumed and Current Expenditures in the Asylum for the Year

ending with June 30, 1881.

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Flour
Meat
Sugar
Tea
Sirup
Potatoes
Butter
Coffee
Lard
Fish.
Poultry and eggs
Beans and peas
Rice and cracked wheat.
Cornmeal and middlings
Fruit.
Vegetables
Salt
Vinegar
Small groceries
Soap and potash.-
Drugs and medicines
Liquors
Tobacco
Drygoods
Clothing and hats
Shoes and leather
Blankets
Bedding-
Furniture and crockery
Hardware and tinware-
Brooms and brushes
Fuel
Gas and oil
Books and stationery
Grain and feed -
Castings, pipes, and iron
Garden tools and seeds.
Paints, oil, and glass.-
Lumber
Building materials and repairs.
Inclosing pasture.
Water cart
Discharged patients_
Returned escapes -
Payroll and wages.
Miscellaneous

$9,251 89 13,806 19 5,461 83 1,134 17

921 08 3,115 30 5,136 20 1,589 33

181 40 655 50 293 24 282 22 795 65 359 28 527 19

61 35 139 24

107 11 1,124 32 1,092 51 1,515 15

00 1,557 11 1,902 11 7,554 27 2,087 00 1,544 70 1,861 47 1,082 92

919 82

422 29 13,058 51 1,834 78 317 32 763 26 897 97 182 01 300 51

705 66 1,638 70

349 56 150 00 163 90

76 50 69,366 19 1,438 33

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Total

$158,516 04

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TABLE SECOND.

Showing the Cost of the different Departments, for the Year ending with June 30, 1881.

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TABLE THIRD.

Showing the Cost of Extraordinary Repairs and Improvements, for the Year ending with June

30, 1881.

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Showing Products of the Farm, Garden, and Dairy, for the Year ending with June 30, 1881.

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ARTICLES

Amount.

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Beets, pounds
Tomatoes, pounds
Turnips and carrots, pounds -
Pumpkins and squashes, pounds
Beans and peas, pounds
Cabbage, pounds.
Onions, pounds.-
Peppers and okra, pounds.
Apples, pears, and plums, pounds
Grapes, pounds
Other vegetables, pounds.
Other vegetables, bunches
Corn and cucumbers, dozens.
Lettuce, cauliflower, and celery, dozens-
Hay, tons..
Fodder, tons
Pork, pounds.
Milk, gallons
Eggs, dozens
Chickens, number
Pigs sold, number ($11 50).
Calves sold, number ($22 50).

21,975 28,650 38,265 2,250 6,030 52,282 14,529

724 27,840 27,850

211

677 3,219 1,186

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25 15,872 6,246 593 48 3 5

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As you do not make any report this year, and as you will have another annual report from me before a session of the Legislature convenes, I deem it unnecessary to make much more than the usual tabular statement at this time, especially as monthly reports have been submitted to you, embracing the current expenditures and transactions, as they have taken place from month to month.

The new building, in process of construction, and the continuation of the grading and graveling of the walks and carriage ways, are the chief improvements of the year, and you are already familiar with their progress and condition.

The per capita expense of maintaining the Asylum during the past year has been still less than heretofore, it being only thirty-nine cents per day.

G. A. SHURTLEFF, M. D.,

Medical Superintendent Insane Asylum. STOCKTON, July 1, 1881.

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