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1


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18
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11

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5
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' No report obtained.



-19



* No prisoners received during the year.



290



PRISONERS AND JUVENILE DELINQUENTS.

Table 1.— PRISONERS AND JUVENILE DELINQUENTS,





DJSTITUTION AlTD STATE.






PBISONERS AND JUVENILE DELINQUENTS—












In Institutions Tanuary 1, 1910.






Committed in


1910.








Total.


White.


Col-
ored.


Total.


White.




Col-
ored.




Total.


Hale.


Fe-
male.


Total.i


Na-
tive.


For-
eign
bom.


Total.


Hale.


Fe-
male.


Total.i


Na-
tive.


For-
eign
bom.


1


TENNESSEE— Continued.
County jails, workhouses, and chain gangs— Contd.






























2


Van TiurPTi f^unty Jaif, Spenn^^r *






























3

4


Washington County Jail and Workhouse, Jones-
boro.


7
3

1


2
3
1


5


a

2


6
2




1

1
1


• 64

6

4

7

20

43

5,527


56

6

4

7

20

42

4,274


8


36
2


32
2




28
4

4


S


Wpf^wpy Onnuty Tail, Tiresden . ,


B


White County Jail, Sparta










i'

1,253


7
2
10

2,026


7

1

10

1,666




7


Williamson County Jail, Franklin


10
10

117


10
10

100


17


3
1

30


3

1

28


2


7
9

87


72


18
33

3,501


8
B


Wilson County Jail and Workhouse, Lebanon. . .




Bristol Calaboose, Bristol


10


.4

24

6


4
19
6


5'


3


3




1

24

4


359

1,696

95

3

6


303

1,262

79

3

5


56

334

16


279

635

13


2
620
13


""'is'


80

961

82

3

1


11


Chattanooga City Jail, Chattanooga


12


Clarksville City Prison, Clarksville....


2


2




13




14


TTarriman City Jail, Haniinan


















4


4




1!)


















Iff




i
59


2
21

48


i"

11


16


2
6'
15


i/

1


43


13

1,969

1,411

22

54

36


12

1,653

881

22

54

44


1
316
530

12


8
530
535

1
21

36


8
490
507

1
21

36


""46'

17


S

1,439

876

21

33

20


17




18


NashVillft WnrlrhnHHP N?i.^>ivi]]er


19




an


Union City Calaboose, Union City
















21




71


59


12


54


54




17




Hamilton County Industrial School and Farm,
East Chattanooga.

TEXAS.
Total


22
28


71
4,412


59
4,312


12
100


54
1,809


S4
1,365


376


17
2,603


56
10,873


44
9,884


12
989


36
6,365


36
3,324


955


20
4,508






24


3,523


3,461


62


1,396


1,086


310


2,127


1,131


1,102


29


533


432


101


598




Texas State Penitentiary, Huntsville


25


3,523


3,461


62


1,396


1,086


310


2,127


1,131


1,102


29


533


432


101


598


2«)


Texas State Penitentiary, Eusk '


27


County jails, workhouses, and chain gangs


610


578


32


238


137


47


372


6,989


5,394


595


3,070


1,798


622


2,919




Angelina Cnnnty Tail, T.nfWn!


28






























29

an


Anderson County Chain Gang, Palestine

A r*^Tisflfl f^ount-y Tail, ■R.onkpnrt *


S


4


1


1


1




4


96


82


14


19


18


1


77


31


Armstrong Pnnnty j'ail, ^la.ii(lA
















3

10

26

3

54

5

112

1
29


3
10

26
3

50
6

90

1
28




i

"■""22"

i'


3

7

6

3

■ 21

5

54

1

8


3
3

4
3

12
5

37

1
8






32




1
1


1
1





1




1


1


4
2


3

20


33


Austin County Jail, Bellville. .


34


T^aTldera ^nnnty Tail, "Ranfl^^nv










Sfi




7


7




3


1


2


4


4


33


3fi


Baylor County Tail, Seymour


37




S


4


1


2


2




3


17


68


38




39




6


6




2


2




4




21


40


Bowie County Tail, Boston *


41


















8
5

77


8
S

72


5


3
5

55


3

5

53




5


42


















43


Brown County Tail, Brownwood


4


4




4


4






2


22


44


Burleson County Convict Farm, Caldwell <






4A
































46


CaUahan County Tail, Baird 2






























47


Camp County Jail, Pittsburgh






























48


Cass County Tail, Linden


4


3


1








4


13
2


11

2


2


2


2




U
2


49


Chambers County Tail, Wallisville








liO


Clay County Tail, Henrietta*
























M


Coleman County Tail. Coleman2


4
4

4

2


4
4

3

2


1


3
3


3
3




1
1

4

1
















fi2


Collin County Jail, McKinney


80

42

i
17
43


77
40

2

14
38


3

2

3'

5


23

24

2
17
28


23

20

1
17
26


4
1


57
18


1)3


Colorado County Convict and Pauper Farm,
Columbus.


n4


1


1




lifi




nn


Cooke County and Gainesville City Tail, Gaines-
ville.
Coryell County Tail, GatesviUe *


2


2




2








2


15


C7








K8


Cottle County Jail, Paducah
















10
30
2


16

27

2


3'


10
1
2


9

, 1

1






59


Crockett County Jail, Ozena
















i"


29


60




1

1
1


1
1

1




1


1






A1


Delta County Tail, Cooper 2




1




62


Denton County Tail, Denton




i


i




66


66




28


r"22


s"


■■as'



1 Includes "Nativity unknown."



' No prisoners received during the year.



GENERAL TABLES.

1910; SUMMARY BY INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— Continued.



291



PRISONERS AND JUVENILE DELINQUENTS—




Discharged or paroled in 1910.


Who died in 1910.


Transferred in 1910.




Total.


White.


Colored.


Total.


WMte.


Colored.


To other
penal

institu-
tions.


To non-
penal

institu-
tions.




Total.


Male.


Female.


Total.1


Native.


Foreign
bom.


Total.


Male.


Female.


Total.i


Native.


Foreign
born.




































1


































2


62

7

5
3
15
42

fi,374


49

7

5
3
15
41

4,152


13


36
2


32
2




26
5
5





















3








.














4




-




















£




3
3
11

1,972


3
2
11

1,623






















6






12
31

3,402




















7


1
1,222






















8


63


2


1


1








2


2


10


9










345

1,554

92

3

2


294
1,234

1
2


51

320

15


274

624

12






71

930

80

3

1












,








ID


609
12


IS


















2


11


















12






















13




1


1






















14
























15


11

1,828

1,464

21

54

48


10

i;fi28

929

21

' 54

37


1
300
535


7
438
545

1
20

36


6
457
517

1

20

28




4

1,340

919

20

34

12




















16


30

18


2


1


1








2




S


17








2


18


















19
























20


11




1


1




1


1








3


21














48
9,973


37
9,036


11
937


36
5,549


28
2,976




12

4,424


1
49


1
49




1

14


1
10








3

16


23


814




4


35




23








1,042


1,011


31


502


409


90


540


39


39




12


9


3


27




6


24








1,042


1,011


31


502


409


90


540


39


39




12


9


3


27




6


25






26


5,345


4,816


529


2,610


1,522


499


2,735


9


9




2


1


1


7




3


27









































28


66


53


13


11


11




55




















29






















30


3
10


3

10




3

7


3
3
























31




4


3




















33






















!l!1


3

61

5

105


3

57
5
82




3

24
5
51


3
13

5
35
























34


4


6


37




















3.')


















36


23


16


54


















37


















38


33


32


1


8


8




25




















39






















40


8
5

81


8
76




3
5

58


3
4

56




5




















41
























43


5


2


23




















4?)




















44


"
































45


































46




















,.•*














47


10


7


3


2


2




8




















4R






















44


































H\


































51


76

35

4
15
32


73

32

4
13
27


3
3


24

20

2
15
23


24

18

1
15
20




52

15
2




















53


2




















5it




















■i4


2
5






















n't


i


9




















5n




















57


10

28

3


9

25

3


1
3


10

1
3


9
1
2
























58




27




















59


1




















W
























n


68


58




26


20


5


32 1





















62



• Prisoners included in report for Texas State Penitentiary at Huntsville.



<No report obtained.



292



PRISONERS AND JUVENILE DELINQUENTS.

Table 1.— PRISONEES AND JUVENILE DELINQUENTS,





INSTITUTION AND STATE.






PBISONEKS AND JUVENILE DELrNQOT:NTS—












In institutions January 1, 1910.


Committed In 1910.




Total.


WWte,


Col-
ored.


Total.


White.


Col-
ored.




Total.


Male.


Fe-
male.


Total.i


Na-
tive.


For-
eign
bom.


Total.


Male.


Fe-
male.


TotaU


Na-
tive.


For-
eign
bom.


1


TE X AS— Continued .

County jails, workhouses, and chain gangs— Contd.
Dfnimit County Jail Carrizo Springs,
















15
4


15
4




15
3


3
3


12


i'






1


1




1


1






i








4


El Psao County Jail, El Paso ^


15
5


15
5




15

4


4
3


10
1


i'


125
28

10
40
82
88
2

1


114
28

9
38
82
87

2

1


11

1
2

i'


111
19

7
11
36
50

2


73
16

4

6

1

42


37
3

2

4

s'


14
9

3

29
46
38


6


Erath County Convict Farm, Stephenville


7




8
17
6

1


7
16
6
1


1
1


2
10
2
1


2




6

7

4


8


Fannin County Jailand Road Gang, Bonham..
Fayette County Jail, La Grange.


V


2
1






PfflhAT r.nimtxr Tail K.nhv


U








t






I'A






















13


Fort Bend County Jailand Convict Farm, Rich-
mond.
Franklin County Jail, Mount Vemon.
















46

13
55

14
653
2
19
12

4

9

.17


46

13

48

12
530
2
19
12

4
9
17


y

2
123


27

359

12
3

4
9
12


6
6

1
44

1
12
3

4
8
11


1
2'


19

8
49

13

294
1
7
9


14
















Xb


"FvftoctnTift flmint'O' Tail Ti'airfiAlfl


3

3

20


3

3

17










3

3
13


IS


Frio Countv Jail Fearsall










17
18


Galveston County and City Jail, Galveston


3


7


3


2.


ig

20


Grayson County Jailand Road Gang, Sherman a.


2

1


2

1




1


1




1
1


21












211


















1

1


5'


23


■RTftrdoTriflTi r.ninnt.y Jai'lj Qnp.nah


2

1
48

35


2

1

46

30




2


2






24






1
24

33


2i
26
27


Harris County Jail and Road Camp, Houston . .

Harrison Cotuity Farm and Road Gang, Mar-
shaU.


2
S


24
2


19
2


4


1,220

105

4

5

49

5

18


1,083

87

4

S

46

5

18


137
18

3"


771

20

4

6

22

5

3


461
16
2


310

4


449
85


28






















2U
30


Hays County Jail and Chain Gang, San Marcos . .


2
2

1


2
2

1




2


1


1


2'

1


8

4

3


14


27


31














15


32


Hidalgo County JaiL Hidalgo 2










33


HoOfl r.niint.y Tail Granhnry


1
11


1
10










1

8


14
13
6

169
13

418
16
10

32


14
12
6

159
13

376
16

8

32


i'

10

""■42"

2


12
8
6

47
3
260
8
8

7


12

4
S

46

3

238

8


i

"■'22'


2
5

122
10

158
8
2

25


34

3fi


Hopkins County Farm, Sulphur Springs


1


3


3




36


Hunt County Workhouse, Greenville. .


24
16
2


22
16
2


2


2
2


2
2




22
14
2


37




38

















40


KamAiS CoilTity Jail, T^aT"PiS *^ity


3

17


3
17




3
2


2


3


15


41
42


Kaufman County Convict Farm, Kaufman


7




43
































44


Kent County Jail, Clairemont *






























46




1


1










1


7
7


7

7


...


1

7






6


46
















47


Lamar County Jail, Paris ^ ...


1


1










1








4R


La Salle County Jail, CotuUa *
























49


















14
15

57


13
14

54


1
1

3


4
8

16


3
8

3


1

8


10
7

41


SO




6
17


6
16










6
14


ni


Limestone County Jail, Groesbeck ^ -


1


3


3




f>2




Fi3


















3
IS


3
14


i'


3
11


2
9


1
2


4'


M


















K


McLennan County Jail', Waco 2
















liO


Marion County Jail, Jefferson


2


1


1


1


1




1


41


31


10


8


8




33


W




m


















3
81
14

1
13


3

79

14

1
12


2"


1

75
9


1

25

5


"""56"
4


2
6
S

1
3


m


Maverick Countv J'ail. Eacle Pass
















60


Medina County Jail, Hondo . .


4


4




2




2


2


61


Menard County Jail, MenardviUe


6?


Midland County Jail, Midland


2


2




1




1


1


1


10


8


2


63


Milam County Jail, Cameron 2


64




3


3




3


3






38
21

270
9


38
15

232

7


6'

38
2


38
5

69

1


38
1

69
1






61)










16

201
S


66




1
1

1


1

1
1










1
1


67












6R






1


1




60








11
10

6

3

29

1
3i


9
10

3
3

29

1
32


2
3

2'


7
5

6
2
23
1
5


5
5

6
2


2


4
5


70


















71


Palo Pinto County Jail, Palo Pinto


1
1
5


1
1
5




1




1


r

1


7?






1
8


73


Parker County Jail, Weatherford




4


4




71


Pecos County' Jail, !Fort Stockton


1
4




76


Poli County Jail, Livingston


4


3


i








4


i'


"""m"



• Includes "Nativity unknown."



' No report obtained.



' Returns Incomplete.



GENERAL TABLES.

1910; SUMMARY BY INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— Continued.



293



PRISONERS JJTO JUVENILE DELINQUENTS —




Discliai'ged or paroled in 1910.


Who died in 1910.


Transferred in 1910.




Total.


White.


Colored.


Total.


White.


Colored.


To other
penal

institu-
tions.


To non-
penal

institu-
tions.




Total.


Male.


Female.


Total.i


Native.


Foreign
born.


Total.


Male.


Female.


Total.i


Native.


Foreign
born.




13
i


13

4




13
3


2
3


11






















1


1


1


1




1


1










•>
















,-?


118
24

10
32
65
85
2

1


108
24

9
31
64
84

2

1


10


106
17

7
6

28
47
2

1


68
IS

4

3

1

40


37
2

2

1


12

7

3

27
37
38




















4




















5


1
1
1

1




















6




















7




















K


5




















9




















in




1
























11






















.




12


37

13
55

14

645

1

17
13


37

13
49

12

532

1

17

13




24

6

5

14
365

1
14

3




1


13

7
50


1


1










1






13




6
5

6
56

1
11

3














14


6

2
113






















15


8
37




















16


280




















17




















IK




3


3
10




















19






















20
























21


6
22


6
22




6
17


5

15


1
1






















?!i




5




















23






















24


1,219

105

4

5

51

7

19


1,084

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136

17


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22

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25

7

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476
22
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170


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61


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21

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33


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15

228
31




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38
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69
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67




















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10

7
4

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1

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6

7

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25

1
5


5
6

6
2
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> Institution opened April 1, 1910.



294



PRISONERS AND JUVENILE DELINQUENTS.

Table 1.— PRISONERS AND JUVENILE DELINQUENTS,





INSTITUTION AND STATE.


PRISONERS AND JUVENILE DELINQUENTS—






In institutions January 1, 1910.


Committed in 1910.






Total.


White.


Col-
ored.


Total.


White.


Col-
ored.






Total.


Male.


Fe-
male.


Total.1


Na-
tive.


For-
eign,
bom.


Total.


Male.


Fe-
male.


Total.1


Na-
tive.


For-
eign
bom.




1


TEXAS— Continued.
Cosnty jails, workhouses, and chain gangs— Contd.


8


8




3


2


1


5


53
14


49
13


4
1


47
13


39
1


8
12


6
1




2


Presidio County Jail, Marfe




a




2


2




1


1




1




4


Red River County Jail, Clarksville 2


32
2

11
11


28
2

11
11


4


8
2

11
7


8

1


.......


24




fi




















6


"R.iinnftll."? f!niTnt.v Tail. "Rallmfrfir


















7


Sabine County Jail, Hemphill
















7




4




R




















9


San Patricio County Jail, Sinton *. .
































in


































11


Schleicher County Jail, Eldorado
















4
9
7
193
2

19
3


4
8
5
173
2

17
3


i'

2
20

2


3
9
2
31
2

19
3


3

8
2

31

1

6
3




1




12




















IS


Shelby County Jail and Convict Farm, Center. .


1
25


1
22


3'


1
3


1
3








5
162




14




22




IS






16




2


2




2




2




13






17


Stephens County JaiL*brec]cinridge




18


Su'tton Countv Jail. Bonora *






















19


















2
28

216
28
20

152


2
12

216
27
19

132


""ie"

i"

1

20


2
13

111
14
6

96


2
13

■■■ - -
6
14








?n


Tarrant Countv Jaill Fort Worth .


8
87


7
87


1


4
42


2

1


2

4


4
45


11
1

2


15

105
14
14

£6




21

m


Tarrant County Road Camps, Fort Worth




23

7A


Titus County Jail and Chain Gang, Mount
Pleasant.


3
46


3

41


5


1
1


1




2
45




?S


Travis Countv Jail. Austin * 7.








M


Travis County Road Gang, Austin *
































?7


Trinitv Countv Jail. Groveton


2
2


2
2




1


1




1
2


24
5
7

11

116
8


23

5
6
11

112
8


1

i'

4


5
3
3

7

39
5


3
2
3

31
5


2
1

7'

1


19
2
4
4

77
3




?S






9q


Upshur County Jail, Gilnier












an




















ai


Valverde Countv Jail. Del Rio


19


19




19


15


4






3?






It


Victoria Coimty Jail, Victoria^


4
4


3

4


1


3

1


1
1


2


1
3




a4




6
51

74

1


5

47

68
1


1
4

6








6
43

46




IS




8

28

1


6

14
1


14




iifi




2


2










2




17


Wheeler County Jail, Wheeler












38


Wichita County Jail, Wichita Falls 2


28
3


28
3




23


22


1


5
3








39




12

28
18
42
5


11

28

16

35

5


1

2'

7


3

10
18
11
5


3

S
10
8
5


2
8
3


9

18
.......




40














41
4?


Wise County Jail and Road Gang, Decatur * —


6
9


6
9




6
2


3
2


3


7




43


Young County Jail, Graham,'. .'.




44


Zavalla County Jaii, Batesville ^






















is




94


88


6


63


39


10


31


3,647


3,282


365


2,688


1,023


229


959






Austin City Jail, Austin *




46
































47




14
5


13
6


1


7
3


5
3


2


7
2


749

35

4

8

30
15


647
31

4
8

30
15


102
4


426
22


201
22


87


323

13

4

2

8
9




48


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iO


























6

22
6


1

18
6


6
























(^0


Cnrsicana Citv Jail. Corsicana


1


1










1




S3


Cuero City Calaboose, Cuero ^












SI


Dallas Police Prison. Dallas


16


15


1


14






2


1,244


1,105


139


1,184


3


4


60




RS


Denison City Jail, Denison s








S6


Fort Worth City Jail, Forth Worth..


29


28


1


23



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