Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909, Third Edition Revised and Enlarged, Volume 1, Lists of Congressional and Departmental Publications Page: 438
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Clasfication I 1. SECRETARY-Continued
I 1.141: Government Hospital for Insane, Annual reports
(date) [1854-1909, in annual reports of Interior Department (I 1.1:), and issued separately
also. The Pathological supplement to report for 1887 was issued as a separate
pamphlet only, and is not in annual report of Interior Department, 1887.
The financial report required by act approved June 4, 1880, is included in annual
reports from 1880 to 1905; from 1905 to 1909 it appears as a separate document in
Congressional set as follows:
I 1.14 la: Government Hospital for Insane, Annual reports
(date) (separates; medical reports)
[The medical portion of the report was sometimes printed separately.]
I 1.14 2: Government Hospital for Insane, General publications
B73 Brain. Illustrations of gross morbid anatomy of brain in insane, plates
showing pathological conditions in post-mortem examinations;
by I. W. Blackburn. 1908. 4
C28 Catalogue of books. July, 1902.
D63 District of Columbia. Report and correspondence relating to release
from Government Hospital for Insane of certain persons admitted
thereto upon order of authorities of District of Columbia. 1875.
N93 Nurses. Syllabus of courses of instruction in training school for nurses.
R86 Rules. By-laws and rules and regulations of board of visitors of Government
Hospital for Insane. 1900. 12
T83 Tumors. Intracranial tumors among insane, study of 29 intracranial
tumors found in 1642 autopsies in cases of mental disease; by
I. W. Blackburn. 1903.
I 1.14 3: Government Hospital for Insane, Bulletins
[No more published up to Dec. 31, 1909.]
I 1.14: Government Hospital for Insane, Circulars
(nos.) [None issued.]
T 1.15: Hot Springs Reservation Commission, Annual
[1877-79, in annual reports of Interior Department (1 1.1:), and issued separately also.]
1 1.16: Hot Springs Reservation Improvements Office,
(date) Annual reports
[1893-95, in annual reports of Interior Department (I 1.1:), and issued separately also.]
t 1 1.17 1: Hot Springs Reservation, Annual reports
(date) [1878-1909, reports of superintendent, in annual reports of Interior Department
(I 1.1:); for 1878, and usually from 1884 to 1909, issued separately also.
Report for 1909 was not compiled by the superintendent, but from data supplied by
him to the office of the Secretary of Interior.
See, for special reports on Hot Springs, Ark., I 1.2:t791-4.]
I 1.18: Howard University, Annual reports
(date) [1891-1909, in annual reports of Interior Department (I 1.1:), and usually issued
I 1.19: Idaho, Governor, Annual reports
(date) [From 1878 to 1890, when Idaho was admitted as a State, in annual reports of Interior
Department (I 1.1:), and issued separately also.]
t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. A new class
has since become necessary under 1 1.17: as follows:
1 1.172: Hot Springs Reservation, General publications
(CT) See, for laws and regulations relating to Hot Springs Reservation, compiled
or signed by Secretary of Interior, I 1.2:H79 '6, and I 1.47:H79.
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