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MARITAL CONDITION.

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Married Single

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OCCUPATION AT TIME OF ARREST.
Domestic service
Factory
Housewife
Laundry
Store
Waitress

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American
Canadian
English
Irish
Irish-English
French-Canadian
French-American
Lithuanian

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*EDUCATION BY GRADES. Elementary Schools:

Eighth grade
Seventh grade
Sixth grade
Fifth grade
Fourth grade
Third grade
Second grade
First grade
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*By actual Normal School tests.

INTELLIGENCE QUOTIENTS. As determined by the Stamford Revision of the Binet-Simon Tests. I. Q.

No. 43

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2 72

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Previously declared insane
Not examined

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REPORT OF TREASURER.

July 1, 1918, to September 30, 1918. Mr. George C. Clark, Treasurer,

Connecticut State Farm for Women,

East Lyme, Connecticut. Dear Sir:

We have made an examination of the books, accounts and records of the Connecticut State Farm for Women covering the period from April 26, 1918, to and including December 31, 1918, the results of which are presented in the following Exhibits and Schedule.

Very truly yours, February 3, 1919.

(Signed) HADFIELD & ROTHWELL. REPORT ON CONNECTICUT STATE FARM FOR WOMEN.

EXHIBIT A. Statement of Expenditures Chargeable to Appropriation of the Connecticut State Farm for Women, Covering the Period

From April 26, 1918, to and Including December 31, 1918. Appropriation

$70,000 00 Expenditures made by the Treasurer of

the State of Connecticut chargeable
to appropriation of the Connecticut
State Farm for Women

$26,295 85 Amounts transferred by the Treasurer of

the State of Connecticut to Mr.
George C. Clark, Treasurer of the

Connecticut State Farm for Women 25,000 00
Total Expenditures and Amounts Trans-
ferred

51,295 85 Balance of Appropriation

$18,704 15 EXPENDITURES. Real estate

$25,423 65 Salaries

2,149 00 Food Clothing and clothing material.....

900 17 Furnishings and household supplies

5,446 06 Heat, light and power

926 85 Ordinary repairs Farm and stable Grounds

980 94 Medical and general care Office and incidental expenses

452 30 Miscellaneous Building repairs

1,028 96

2,661 57 6,165 31

742 05

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1,037 87 2,023 49

$49,938 22

$1,383 40

Total Expenditures
Balance in hands of Treasurer...
Less :
Interest received and not yet

remitted to State Treasurer

25 77

$1,357 63

Total Expenditures and Balance in hands of Treasurer,

equalling amounts chargeable against appropria-
tion

$51,295 85

EXHIBIT B. Receipts and Expenditures of the Treasurer Covering the Period

RECEIPTS.
From April 26, 1918, to and Including December 31, 1918.
From State Treasurer:

June 3, 1918......... $5,000 00
August 21, 1918.

5,000 00
October 2, 1918..

5,000 00
November 9, 1918.......... 5,000 00
December 5, 1918... 5,000 00
Total

$25,000 00
From interest on bank deposit:
July 6, 1918....

$5 15 August 1, 1918........

4 66 September 3, 1918......

33 September 26, 1918..

8 35 October 29, 1918...

5 86 November 27, 1918.......

5 81 December 27, 1918........

5 75 Total

35 91

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FARM REPORT.

Owing to the fact that the site was not selected until the spring of 1918, and that women were not received until the middle of July, it was impossible to enter upon extensive farm operations. Acting upon the advice of experts from the Connecticut State College for Agriculture, a kitchen garden was planted which furnished the necessary vegetables for the inmates during the summer. In addition to this 300 bushels of potatoes and a considerable stock of beans were available for our use during the winter. Sixty loads of hay and 75 tons of ensilage in addition to several loads of corn-stalks were put into the barns in the autumn.

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