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STATEMENT No. 12.
Nativity of Persons Arrested during the Tear 1901.

United States, white 6,542

United States, colored 2,583

9,125

Ireland 963

Germany 1,069

England 532

Switzerland .' 72

Russia 282

France 94

Wales 66

Canada 88

Italy ' 301

Poland 72

Scotland 146

Greece 82

Spain 21

Total i2,9»3



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STATEMBNT No. 18.
Sho Winer the Comparative Aeres of Persons Arrested dorin? the Tear 1901.



Ages— Comparative



Males



Females



Total



From lo to 20 years
From 20 to 30 years
From 30 to 40 years
From 40 to 50 years
From 50 to 60 years

Over 60 years

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1,432
2,089
3,206
1,819
764
695



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594
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321
211
204



2,908



2,026

2,931
3,942
2,140

975
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STATBMBKT No. 14.
Showing' the Social Condition of Persons Arrested daring> the Tear.



Social Conditions, etc.



Numukr of
Persons



Aggregate



Married

Siugle

Total

Able to read and write . . .
Unable to read and write.

Total



4,437
8,476



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2,764



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STATEMBNT No. 16.
Oooupation of Persons Arrested duriner the year.



Actors ^^4

Actresses '4©

Agents 526

Artists 49

Attorneys ^4

Bakers *^4

Barbers ^^4

Barkeepers ^80

Basketmakers 9

Blacksmiths '7^

Boatmen 3^

Boilermakers 4^

Bookbinders 29

Bookkeepers 3^

Bootblacks ^^

Brakemen '46

Brass-finishers 27

. Brass- moulders ^^

Brewers 97

Bricklayers 266

Builders 33

Burnishers '^

Butchers '4"

Cabinetmakers 4^

Carpenters 284

Carriagemakers 200

Carriage-trimmers. ... 75

Carvers 20

Chairmakers '9

Cigarmakers ' 24

Clerks '64

Contractors 35

Cooks '46

Coopers 5^

Coppersmiths 4°

Dairymen '4

Dentists '2

Doctors 21

Domestics 1,046

Dressmakers 3^4



Druggists 16

Electricians 174

Engineers 74

Engravers 12

Farmers 72

Finishers 14

Florists 16

Gardeners 12

Gasfitters 42

Glassblowers 14

Glaziers 36

Grocers 12

Harlots 1,43^

Harnessmakers 21

Hatters 10

Horse-traders 10

Housekeepers 122

Hucksters 89

Jewelers .' 13

Laborers , 1,710

Locksmiths 14

Machinists 206

Managers 11

Manufacturers 23

Merchants 14

Millers 16

Millwrights 12

Motormen 172

Moulders 130

Musicians 57

None or unknown 559

Operators 59

Painters 134

Paper-hangers 71

Patternmakers 20

Peddlers 1 74

Photographers 18

Plasterers 106

Plumbers 12

Polishers 19



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Porters 134

Potters 6

Printers 156

Private watchmen 9

Railroadmen 126

Roofers 7

Safemakers 4

Salesmen 75

Saloon-keepers 246

Sawmakers 16

Sawyers 18

Shoemakers 164

Soldiers 211

Stonecutters 26

Stonemasons 36

Stove-mounters 29

Steamfitters 19



Tailors 34

Tanners 26

Teachers 8

Teamsters 140

Telegraph operators 28

Tinners 50

Trunkmakers 4

Turners 9

Typesetters 17

Upholsterers 26

Varnishers 11

Wagonmakers 16

Waiters 1 76

Weavers 14

Total '2,913



STATBMBNT No. 16.

Private Policemen.

Number on duty December 31, 1900, with badges 190

Commissioned during the year 12

Commissions revoked, resigned, and deceased 6

Increased 6

Total December 31, 1901 196

I submit the foregoing statements for consideration,
hoping they will give all the desired information in regard
to the workings of this branch of the department during
the past year.

Thanking you for your courtesy and appreciation,

I am truly yours,

J. R. BENDER,
Clerk of the Police Department,



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POLICE RELIEF ASSOCIATION.



Cincinnati, O., January i, 1902.

To the Honorable Board of Police Commissioners ^ Cincinnati^ O. :

Gentlemen, — I have the honor to submit for your approval ihe
annual report of the receipts and disbursements of the Police Relief
Fund for the year ending December 31, 1901.



Beoeipts.

January 1st, to balance cash on

hand 2,J»3 66

Tax on foreign insurance com-
panies 28.^66 70

Interest on bonds 13,913 75

Bonds sold 36,500 00

Premium on bonds 8o!d 107 07

Accrued interest on bonds sold. 288 79

Membership dues 6.280 00

Sick-benefits returned 700 00

Sale of unclaimed property and

money 323 26

Rewards 67 65

Reduction of pay 110 00

Impoundage 57 00

Sundry receipts 11 06



189.118 82



Disborsements.

Sick-benefits

Pensions to retired ofllcers

Pensions to families of deceased
ofl^cers

Bonds purchased

Premium on bonds purchased . .

Accrued interest on bonds pur-
chased

Death benefits

Secretary's salary

Music at funerals

Carriage-hire for fonerals

PrinUng

Donations to officers in di»tre<«.

Cincinnati Hospital for room
for sick officer

Cash on hand December 31st



9.1M 25
5,689 20

6,683 99
56,000 00
9,004 40

^6 50
1.100 00

200 00

120 00
40 00
12 25

100 00

11 50
56 7S

P9,118 82



January Ist, to balance bonds on

hand 315,000 00

Bonds purchased during year. . 56,000 00

1371,000 00



Bonds sold during year 36,500 00

December 31st, to balance bonds
on hand 334.500 00



1371.000 00



Assets December 81, 1001.

Bonds on hand 334.500 00

Cash on hand 66 73



Total assets $384,656 73

Respectfully submitted,

WM. E. WATSON,
Secy Police Relief Associatiot^



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THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

Cincinnati Workhouse

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OFFICERS OF CITY WORKHOUSE.



SUPERINTBNDBNT :

Col. WM. RUEHRWEIN.

DBPUTY SUPBRINTBNDBNT:

Capt. DANIEL HARTLEY, Jr.

SBCRBTARY :

JOHN GRUBB.

HOUSB PHYSICIAN:

TRAVIS CARROLL, M. D.

LIBUTBNANT:

ROBERT FLICK.

QUARRY SBRQEANT:

JOHN DEVINS.

NIQHT SBRQEANT:

HARRY BURGESS.



Henry Christman,
Wm. Carson,
Louis Rosbnfbldbr,
George Congdon,
Harry Schaefbr,
George Ross,



GUARDS:
S. A. Walters,
L. D. Bishop,
Daniel Lehan,
John Hettrick,
Richard Pool,
Louis Majoesky,



Dave Carn^ian,
Henry Schneider,
James Hagerty,
John Oberdahn,

BSNJ. WiLLINGER,

Thos. Conway.



Substitutes — John Taphorn and Frank Rudorf.

ENOINBBR:
HOWARD WOERTENDYKE.

MATRON :
Mrs. LIZZIE EASTON.

ASSISTANT MATRONS:

Miss LOTTA ROTHWELL, Miss HATTIE ROTHWELL,

Mrs. L. D. JAMESON.

MUSICAL DIRECTORS:
Mrs. FRANKIE COVALT. Mrs. KATHERINE MERK.



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Report of the Superintendent.



Cincinnati Workhouse, ]
Cincinnati, December 31, 1901. j

To the Honorable Board of Police Commissioners :

GENTI.EMEN, — Complying with the laws relative to the
"City Workhouse," I beg to herewith present, for your
valued consideration and approval, my report, covering
receipts and disbursements, together with the other items
incident to the discharge of the trust committed, as is more
especially set forth in the very comprehensive report of our
worthy secretary, Mr. John Grubb, and the other statements
hereto for the year ending December 31, 1901.

The general health of the inmates was and is in a very
satisfactory condition, no doubt much influenced by the
sanitary regulations which are faithfully observed. I beg
to refer you to the report of our house physician. Dr. Travis
Carroll, for full particulars.

In the purchase of all supplies, no favoritism has been
shown ; every thing has been bought in the open market, at
the lowest price, quality considered, and always for the be^t
interest of the institution.



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The daily cost of maintenance for each inmate this year
has been higher than in 1900, owing to a general advance in
the price of provisions, clothing, etc.

The meals are as good in every respect as they ever have
been ; prisoners get plenty of well-prepared, wholesome food,
and with as much variation as circumstances will permit
under the rules and regulations. They seem as contented
as it is possible for prisoners to be. As a general thing, they
sleep well and are healthy, considering their immoral habits
and mode of living prior to their commitment. They are
well taken care of, guarded by day and by night. Many
prisoners who, are in the institution to-day have better food,
better beds, and in other ways are better cared for than when
they were on the outside and free to provide for themselves.

The demand for ** building" stone as well as "broken"
stone being favorable, the revenue from stone quarried is an
improvement compared with last year's receipts, and corre-
spondingly agreeable.

Religious services were conducted each first Sunday in
the month by Rev. Father Vincent Trost of St. Francis
Roman Catholic Church ; each second Sunday in the month
by Rev. Sherrard Beatty of the Rescue Mission ; each third
Sunday in the month by Dr. Geo. Fischer of the Y. M. C. A.;
each fourth Sunday in the month by Mrs. Mary E. Mygatt
of the W. C. T. U. For the fifth Sunday in the month,
Fourth of July, Thanksgiving-day, and Christmas exercises
of a more general character, yet designed to encourage the
effort to lead a better life, have been conducted by the
Hon. Frank Covalt and his associates.

These efforts to lead the prisoner to seek and find the
beauty of doing right in life have, we confidently believe,
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inmates, and it gives me an especial pleasure to extend to
these dear friends of "Brother'' and ** Sister" behind the
bars the thanks they so richly deserve. Also the same is
extended to Major George Schmidt, leader of the First
Regiment Band, and several of its members, who favored
the inmates with a number of select pieces, which was very
entertaining to the prisoners, and was highly appreciated
by them.

I am equally grateful to his honor the Mayor and his
Secretary, the members of the Board of Legislation, the City
Auditor and his assistant, the members of the Grand Jury,
the County Commissioners, members of the Board of State
Charities, County Visitors, and all others in authority who
have visited the Workhouse during the year just ending.
They have been pleased to favor us with their presence, and
have expressed themselves as being highly pleased with the
discipline and cleanliness of the institution, and we are
encouraged to hope these visits will be repeated.

Extended experience and observation strengthens my
convictions that the reform of the criminal class is then
only a success when the " individual " has been restored to
a position of usefulness in society. This is, it seems to me,
the one purpose of all institutions which our social system
has been pleased to call into being — to counteract a condition
that is seemingly ever present. It is therefore with a peculiar
pleasure, which words but feebly express, that I have availed
myself of the opportunities your thoughtful consideration
made possible by sending me as a delegate to the National
Prison Congress, at Kansas City, Mo., as well as those which
immediately preceded it. The information thus obtained I
find to be beyond expression, except the critical one — i, ^.,
•*by their fruits shall ye know them." Measured by this



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test, I firmly believe the day of these gatherings has not yet
passed, while in some respects they may not yet have reached
the period of usefulness which is so ardently hoped for.

One female prisoner, a trusty, escaped by walking out of
the main building, to which she had been assigned. Two
male prisoners escaped from the hospital by prying apart the
bars of the window in the bath-room at midnight last April.
One was arrested the next day at Madisonville, O., for
housebreaking; was tried, convicted, and committed by the
Mayor of the said village to the Workhouse. The other
prisoner was recaptured and brought back a few days after
his escape.

The discipline and cleanliness of the institution is very
satisfactory. Cleanliness and good discipline are the recog-
nized standards by which prisons by common consent are
rated, a judgment amply sustained by experience. To insure
correct discipline the officers must be thoroughly ** at home "
as to their duties, have their tempers under control, and take
a special pride in performing the duties assigned. By
strictly complying with the rules and regulations, a rigid
enforcement may be enjoined.

"As the man behind the gun does the work," I am pleased
to recognize the valuable assistance of the officials, who by
their faithful and loyal service have in many ways contributed
to the well-being of the prisoners and the success of the
institution.

Thanking the members of the Board for their collective
and individual kindness and wise counsel during the past
year,

I am respectfully your obedient servant,

WILLIARt RUEHRWEIN,

Superintendent.



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Report of the Secretary.



Cincinnati Workhouse, :
Cincinnati, December 31, 1901. )

To the Honorable Board of Police Commissioners :

Gentlemen, — I have the honor of presenting you with
the ^Thirty -second Annual Report of the City Workhouse,
financial and statistical, in detail, for the year ending
December 31, 1901.

Respectfully submitted,

JOHN GRUBB,

Secretary,



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FINANCIAL STATEMENT

For the Year ending December 31, 1901.



1901
Jan. I



Mar. 16
Oct. 16



Balance from December 31, 1900

Appropriations from taxes realized -

Settlement, 6 months

Settlement, "



EARNINGS.

Male Labor:

Bromwell B. & W. G. Co. (Shops). . .

F*EMALE Labor:
Bromwell B. & W. G. Co. . 1,138 92

Police Department 294 55

C. B. Melish & Co 52 $5



Board of Prisoners

Sales of stone

Sales of live stock

Sundry sources (rent, etc.).



EXPENDITURES.



Salaries (payrolls)

Salaries (Police Commissioners).

Provisions

Prison expenses . .

Fuel

Light

Clothing

Medical supplies

Stables

Office, insurance, etc

Improvements

Repairs



Balance to credit of Workhouse



17,927 01
17,103 08



19,418 48



1,486 02

2,744 60

3,298 06

852 70

602 7



30,293 33

2,000 00

13,200 89

1,580 78

4,396 76

737 66

4,085 07

254 24

729 31

1,004 01

150 75
286 58



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35,030 09



28,402 57



63,800 95



58,719 3«
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CASH RECEIPTS.



1901

Jan. 25

Feb. 26

Mar. 5

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May 4

24

June 20

July 25

Aug. 16

Sept. 24

Oct. 21

Nov. 22



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LABOR OF MALE PRISONERS.
Bromvvell Brush and Wire Goods Co



Total .



LABOR OF FEMALE PRISONERS.

Police Department (washing towels)

Bromwell Brush and Wire Goods Co., brushes..
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Police Department (towels)

C. B. Melish & Co., sewing on Comm'rs buttons
Bromwell Brush and Wire Goods Co., brushes..

C( tt tl II l<

C. B. Melish & Co., buttons

Bromwell Brush and Wire Goods Co., brushes. .

Police Department (towels)

C. B. Melish & Co., buttons

Bromwell Brush and Wire Goods Co., brushes. .
II II II II li

(I II II II II

Police Department (towels)

Bromwell Brush and Wire Goods Co., brushes. .
II II II II II

Total



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500 00


500 CO


1,126 10


2,009 40


2,033 40


1,760 55


1,644 30


1,623 90


1,698 90


1,231 43


",507 65


1,840 so


$19,418 48



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120


18


100


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74 97


10


68


126


58


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60


24


19


107 23


76


18


'7


68


91


52


92 76


94 40


81


30


103 29


100


38



$1,486 02



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596



Annual Report



Feb.



Mar.



Jan. I

1

2

8

9
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'7

I

5
8

9
13
14
15
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25
25
6
6
6
7
9

12

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13

14

19

27

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5

6

8

II

II

13

«3

I

7
8

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4

4

5

6

8

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14

17

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June



July



BOARD AND MAINTAINING PRISONERS
(CONTRACT).

Village of Lockland

Brown County

Jackson County

Clark County

Village of Hillsboro

Village of Evanston

Pike County

Village of Middleport

Village of New Vienna

Clark County

Village of Glendale

Pike County

Scioto County

Village of Manchester

Clermont County

Village of Addvston

Village of Pleasant Ridge

Village of Bethel

Clark County

Pike County

Village of Batavia

Village of Greenfield

Village of Lebanon

Clermont County

Village of Waynesville

Jackson County

Adams County

Village of Lockland

Village of New Vienna

Clark County

Scioto County

Jackson County

Brown County

Clermont County

Highland County

Gallia County

Village of Norwood

Jackson County

Clark County

Clermont County

Village of Hillsboro

Pike County

Scioto County

Village of Williamsburg

Village of Manchester

Clark County .

Clermont County

Village of Hillsboro

Village of Batavia

Village of Delhi

Gallia County

Village of W inchester

Hamlet of North Bend

Brown County

Pike County



17 TO


36


00


18 60


47


10


40 50


72 30


18 60


8


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76


20


9 30


18 60


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8


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9 30


16 80


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16 80


21


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15 30


34 50


12


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12


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43


50


24


60


22


20


20


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79


80


18 60


61


20


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29


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18


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63


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16


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27


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597



July



Aug.



Sept.



Oct.

Nov.



Dec.



Jan.



Feb.



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3
25
5
6

"4

21
27

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i6
25
25

April 4
8

12

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24



Highland County

Jackson County

Scioto County

Brown County

Clark County.

Lawrence County

Village of Addyston

Police Department (meals to btation No. lo).

Village of Middleport

Jackson County

Clark County

Meigs County

Village of North Bend

Village of Hillsboro

Clark County

Jackson County

Village of West Union

Gallia County

Village of Addyston . . . i

Clark County

Clark County

Village of Delhi

Village of Manchester

Pike County

Village of Addyston

Village of Norwood

Clark County

Highland County

Gallia County . . '

Pike County

Village of Lockland

Village of Middleport

Village of St. Bernard



Total .



SALES OF STONE.

Wm. H. Alms, broken



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