Legislative Documents, المجلد 2

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Contains the reports of state departments and officials for the preceding fiscal biennium.

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Population in residence on June 30 1905 and 1906
88
Movement of population
93
Literacy of members admitted
94
Nativity of members admitted
95
Religious afiliations or preferences of members admitted
96
County residence of members admitted 19056 and remaining June 30 1906
98
Members admitted from cities having a population of 4000 or over in 1905
99
Nature of army service of members admitted
100
States whence members admitted enlisted
101
Causes of death of members
102
Ages of members at death
103
Movement of population 18881906
104
Sex and color of members admitted 18891906
105
Nativity of members admitted 19011906
106
Conjugal condition of members admitted 1895 1906
107
Occupations of members admitted prior to admission 19871906
108
Geographical distribution of members admitted 18971906
112
Nature of army service of members admitted 19011906
116
Pensions drawn by members admitted 18911906
117
SOLDIERS ORPHANS HOME DAVENPORT Table 48 Movement of population
118
Nativity of children admitted
119
Ages of children in Home June 30 1906
120
Average duration of residence of children
121
County residence of children in Home June 30 1906
122
Movement of population 18911906
124
Soldiers and county children admitted during periods ending 1
125
Ages of children at time of admission 18681906
126
Nativity of children admitted 18921906
127
Nativity of parents of children admitted 1899 1906
129
Parental condition of children admitted 18631906
130
Literacy of children admitted 19011906
131
County residence of soldiers and county children in Home
132
County residence of children admitted from opening of institu tion 18681906
135
Geographical distribution of children admitted by grand divi
136
Children admitted from cities having a population of 4000 or over in 1905 18901906
139
Sex and color of pupils admitted
140
Nativity of parents of pupils admitted
141
Pupils enrolled having relatives with defective vision
142
Causes of blindness of pupils admitted
143
Trades in which graduates were especially fitted
144
Population in residence June 30 18911906 91
146
Sex and color of pupils admitted 19011900
147
Nativity of pupils admitted 18871906
148
Nativity of parents of pupils admitted 19011906
150
Physioal condition of pupils at time of admission 19011906
151
Geographical distribution of pupils enrolled according to grand divisions of state 18971906
154
Pupils admitted from cities having a population of 4000 or over in 1905 19051906
157
Ages of pupils at time of admission
158
Pupils having defective relatives who are or have been in state institutions
159
Probable causes of deafness of pupils admitted
160
Pupils admitted from cities having a population of 4000 or over in 1905
161
rolled for year ending June 80 1906
162
Average monthly attendance 18971906
163
INSTITUTION FOR FEEBLEMINDED CHILDREN GLENWOOD Table 114 Movement of population
164
Nativity of parents of inmates admitted
165
Inmates having defective ralatives other than parents
166
Health and physical condition of inmates admitted
167
Probable causes of feeblemindedness of inmates admitted
168
Causes for dismissal
169
County residence of inmates admitted for first time and of those remaining
170
Inmates from cities having a population of 4000 or over in 1905
171
Movement of population 18761906
172
Sex and color of inmates admitted 19001906
173
Ages of inmates at time of admission 19001906
174
Ages of which feeble mindedness developed 19001906
176
Literacy of inmates at time of admission 19601906
178
Nativity of inmates admitted 19001906
179
Nativity of parents of inmates admitted 19001906
181
Probable causes of feeblemindedness 19001906
182
Geographical distribution of inmates admitted according to grand divisions of state 19001906
186
County residence of all inmates 18831906
190
Assignment of inmates character of discharges and read missions 18831906
192
Movement of population
193
Parental condition of children committed
194
Nativity of children committed
195
Children having defective or delinquent relatives
196
Court committing
197
Children committed from cities having a population of 4000 or over in 1905
198
County residence of children committed during period and pre sent on June 30 1906
199
Movement of population 18891906
201
Ages at time of commitment 18891906
202
Parental condition 18391906
203
Nativity of children 18891906
204
Offenses for which committed 18931906
207
Geographical distribution of children committed according to grand divisions of state 18891906
209
STATE HOSPITALS INSANE MT PLEASANT INDEPENDENCE CLARINDA CHEROKEE
211
Movement of population
214
Changes in population by transfers paroles and escapes
215
Number of times patients admitted
216
Condition when last discharged of patients readmitted
217
Education of patients admitted
218
Nativity of patients admitted
219
Nativity of parents of patients admitted
221
Parental condition of patients admitted
222
Occupations of patients prior to admission
223
Physical condition of patients on admission
227
Probable causes of insanity of patients admitted
232
Whole duration of disease of patients who died
251
Causes of death
252
Forms of insanity in cases of death from certain classes of dis eases
255
County residence of patients admitted
259
County residence of patients remaining
262
Patients admitted from cities having a population of 4000 or over in 1905
265
Average number of patients employed
267
Sex and color of patients admitted 19011906
270
Ages at time of admission 18931906
271
Conjugal condition of patients admitted 18931906
273
Nativity of parents of patients admitted 19011906
274
Nativity of patients admitted 18931906
275
Education of patients on admission 18951906
277
Occupation of patients prior to admission 18851906
280
Probable causes of insanity of patients admitted 188506
290
Causes of death 18931906
300
HOSPITALS FOR INEBRIATESMT PLEASANT INDEPENDENCE CHEROKEE
306
Nativity of parents of patients
312
Education of patients committed
319
Degree of use of intoxicants and norootics
325
Causes given by patients recommitted for returning to use
331
Patients discharged by deathduration of inebriety before com
337
Average number of patients employed
341
County residence of patients committed
343
County residence of patients remaining June 30 1906
346
Patients committed from cities having a population of 4000 or over in 1905
348
Sex and color of patients 19031906
350
Ages of patients at time of commitment 19031906
351
31906
352
Nativity of patients 19031906
353
Nativity of parents of patients 19031906
357
Conjugal condition of patients 19031906
358
Occupations of patients prior to commitment 1903 1908
359
Treatment of patients prior to commitment 19031906
366
Geographical distribution of patients committed according to grand divisions of state 19031906
368
Patients committed from cities having a population of 4000 or over in 1905 19031906
370
PENITENTIARIES FT MADISON ANAMOSA Table 264 Movement of population 871
371
Ages of prisoners when committed
372
Conjugal condition of prisoners
373
Physical and mental condition of prisoners when committed
375
Literacy of parents
376
Weights of prisoners
377
Crimes or offenses for which committed
379
Terms served by prisoners
381
Terms of sentence of prisoners
382
Church affiliations or preferences
383
County residence of prisoners
384
Prisoners committed from cities having a population of 4000 or over in 1905
387
Sex and color 18851906
388
Conjugal condition of prisoners 18851906
389
Ages at time of commitment 18911906
390
Nativity of prisoners 18931906
391
Nativity of parents 19011906
396
Occupations of prisoners prior to commitment 18931906
397
Crimes or offenses for which committed 18911906
399
Geographical distribution of prisoners committed according to grand divisions of state 18911906
406
Prisoners received from cities having population o 4000 or over in 1905 19011906 498
408
Terms of sentence of prisoners 18851906
409
Character of discharges of prisoners 18851906
410
Movement of population
412
Dietary for insane
418
Fire protection and sanitary conditions
426
Paupers and defectives on June 30 1906
438
Geographical distribution of paupers and defectives June 30 1906
444
Dietary for insane
450
Character of population in county institutions on June 30 1901
458
Conditions governing admission of children
464
Reported value of property owned by institutions
470
Comparative showings of children cared for 19021905
476
Monthly expenditures for support
482
Reported value of products of farm garden orchard factory
489
Summary of inventories of property June 30 1906
497
Average Population allowances and expenditures 18991906
499
SoldiersOrphans Home Davenport
500
College for the Blind Vinton
501
School for the Deaf Council Bluffs
502
Institution for FeebleMinded Children Glenwood
503
Industrial School for Boys Eldora
504
Industrial School for Girls Mitchellville
505
State Hospital Insane Mt Pleasant
506
State Hospital Insane Independence
507
State Hospital Insane Clarinda
508
State Hospital insane Cherokee
509
Hospital for Inebriates Independence 610
510
State Hospital for Inebriates Knoxville
511
Penitentiary Anamosa
512
Cost per capita in salaries and general support 1889 1906
513
Summary of expenditures for support 18891906
517
Summary of expenditures for salaries 18891906
518
Summary of special appropriations 18891906
519
Summary of total expenditures from all funds 18891906
520
Comparative expenditures for maintenance 18871906
521
Institution for FeebleMinded Children 18
526
Summary of aggregate allowances for support and per capita 18991906 828
528
For State Penitentiary at Ft Madison 32
538
Deaths occurring in institutions for periods ending June
30

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الصفحة 12 - State which may take and claim the benefit of this act, to the endowment, support, and maintenance of at least one college, where the leading object shall be, without excluding other scientific and classical studies, and including military tactics, to teach such branches of learning as are related to agriculture and the mechanic arts, in such manner as the Legislatures of the States may respectively prescribe, in order to promote the liberal and practical education of the industrial classes in the...
الصفحة 254 - ... written or printed upon a label attached to the phial, box, or parcel in which the same is sold, or who shall sell and deliver any tartar emetic without having the true name thereof written or printed upon a label attached to the...
الصفحة 286 - ... disease. The transit permit in such cases shall specifically state who is authorized by the health authorities to accompany the remains. In all cases where bodies are forwarded under rule...
الصفحة 225 - State or any county, village, city or township thereof, to enforce the rules and regulations that may be adopted by the State Board of Health. It shall be the duty of the State Board of Health...
الصفحة 247 - Every corporation operating a railway shall be liable for all damages sustained by any person, including employes of such corporation, in consequence of the neglect of agents, or by any mismanagement of the engineers, or other...
الصفحة 247 - ... when such wrongs are in any manner connected with the use and operation of any railway on or about which they shall be employed, and no contract which restricts such liability shall be legal or binding.
الصفحة 255 - ... appropriate name, and notice that the same is mixed or impure is marked, printed, or stamped upon each package, roll, parcel, or vessel containing the same, so as to be and remain at all times readily visible, or unless the person purchasing the same is fully informed by the seller of the true name and...
الصفحة 247 - ... a sign with large and distinct letters placed thereon , to give notice of the proximity of the railway, and warn persons of the necessity of looking out for trains.
الصفحة 12 - There shall be adopted and taught in the State Agricultural College, a broad, liberal and practical course of study, in which the leading branches of learning shall relate to agriculture and the mechanic arts, and which shall also embrace such other branches of learning as will most practically and liberally educate the agricultural and industrial classes in the several pursuits and professions of life, including military tactics.
الصفحة 248 - No contract, receipt, rule, or regulation shall exempt any corporation engaged in transporting persons or property by railway from liability of a common carrier, or carrier of passengers, which would exist had no contract, receipt, rule, or regulation been made or entered into.

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