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RETURN To an Address presented to His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor, praying him to cause to be laid… British Columbia. Legislative Assembly 1894

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 57 Vict. Hospitals receiving Government Aid. 939
KETITKN
To an Address presented to His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor, praying him to
cause to be laid before this House a Return of all hospitals receiving aid from the
Legislature, showing—
1. Number of directors or trustees, and how elected or appointed.
2. Number of patients, male or female, who may be accommodated in each.
3. Number of  patients treated  during  the  year  1893;   number  discharged;
number died: and ages of those died or discharged.
4. Number of free patients : number of paying patients.
5. Totals of income and expenditure for year 1893.    Receipts to show amounts
from Legislative grant; from paying patients: from subscriptions or other
sources
(i. Cost of buildings erected, showing amounts contributed from private sources;
amounts received from Government.
7. Number of hospitals having infectious or isolation wards or buildings.
8. Number of hospital boards sending in copies of annualrcports to Government.
9. Number of hospitals inspected during the year.
By Command.
JAMES BAKER,
Provincial Secretary's Office, Provincial Secretary.
6th February, 1894.
Names of Hospitals.
Alexandra Hospital, Vancouver, Hospital, Kootenay, East,
Hospital, Cariboo, Hospital, Nanaimo,
Hospital, Comox, Hospital, New Westminster,
Hospital allowance, Fort Simpson, Provincial Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria,
Hospital, Kamloops, Hospital, Vancouver.
1. Number of directors or trustees, and how elected or appointed.—No information
available.
2. Number of patients, male or female, who may be accommodated in each —No information available.
3. Number of patients treated during the year 1893 ; number discharged ; number died ;
and ages of those died or discharged.—Reports for the year 1893 not received.
4. Number of free patients; number of paying patients.—No information available.
5. Totals of income and expenditure for year 1893. Receipts to show amounts from
Legislative grant; from paying patients; from subscriptions or other sources.—Statements of
income and expenditure for 1893 not received.
6. Cost of buildings erected, showing amounts contributed from private sources; amounts
received from Government.—Cariboo Hospital received from the Government, during 1892
and 1893, $3,849.97.
7. Number of hospitals having infectious or isolation wards or buildings.—Provincial
Royal Jubilee Hospital has isolation buildings. No information available respecting other
hospitals.
8. Number of hospital boards sending in copies of annual reports to Government.—One
hospital, Royal Inland, Kamloops.
9. Number of hospitals inspected during the year.—No provision exists for the inspection
of hospitals.
victoria, b. C:
Printed by Richard Wodkkxdex, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty.

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