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CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.

Xo.
A1. Biennial Message of John H. Gear, Governor of the State of Iowa,

to the Nineteenth General Assembly.
A2. Inaugural Address of Buren R. Sherman, Tenth Governor of the

State of Iowa, delivered before the two Houses of the General

Assembly, January 12, 1882.

A3. Biennial Report of the Auditor of State.

A4. Biennial Report of the Treasurer of State.

A5. Report of the Register of the State Land Office.

A6. Report of William L. Alexander, Adjutant-general and A. Q. M. G.

of the State of Iowa.

A7.

Report of the State Librarian.

A8. Fourth Biennial Report of the State Fish Commission.
A8a. Report of the Joint Committee of the Nineteenth General Assembly

appointed to visit the State Fish Hatching-house.
A86. Report of the Joint Committee of the Nineteenth General Assembly

appointed to visit the State Fish Hatching-house, located at Spirit

Lake.
A9. Sixth Biennial Report of the Board of Capitol Commissioners.
A10. Seventh Biennial Report of the Board of Commissioners of the Iowa

Hospital for the Insane at Independence.
A11. Report of the Commissioner of Immigration.

Bi. Biennial Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

B2. Report of the State University.

B2a. Report of the Joint Committee of the Nineteenth General Assembly

appointed to visit the State University.

B3. Third Biennial Report of the Normal School,
B3a. Report of the Joint Committee of the Nineteenth General Assembly

appointed to visit the State Normal School.

No.
B4. Ninth Biennial Report of the Board of Trustees of the Iowa State

Agricultural College and Farm.
B4a. Report of the Joint Committeee of the Nineteenth General |Assembly

appointed to visit the State Agricultural College.
B5. Eighth Biennial Report of the Board of Trustees of the Iowa Sol-

diers' Orphans' Home.
B5a. Report of the Joint Committee of the Nineteenth General Assembly

appointed to visit the Soldiers' Orphans' Home.
B6. Fourteenth Biennial Report of the Iowa Institution for the Educa-

tion of the Deaf and Dumb.
B6a. Report of the Joint Committee of the Nineteenth General Assembly

appointed to visit the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.
B7.

Fifteenth Biennial Report of the Iowa College for the Blind.
B76. Report of the Joint Committee of the Nineteenth General Assembly

appointed to visit the College for the Blind.
B8. Third Biennial Report of the Trustees, Superintendent, and Treas-

urer of the Asylum for Feeble-Minded Children.
B8a. Report of the Special Committee of the Nineteenth General Assem-

bly appointed to visit the Asylum for Feeble-Minded Children."
B9. Eleventh Biennial Report of the Trustees, Superintendent, and Treas-

urer of the Iowa Hospital for the Insane at Mt. Pleasant.
B9a. Report of the Joint Committee of the Nineteenth General Assembly

appointed to visit the Hospital at Mt. Pleasant.
B10. Fifth Biennial Report of the Trustees, Superintendent, Steward,

and Treasurer of the Iowa Hospital for the Insane at Independ-

ence.
B10a. Report of the Joint Committee of the Nineteenth General Assembly

appointed to visit the Hospital at Independence.
B11. Fourth Report of the Visiting Committee to visit the Hospitals for

the Insane.
B12. Thirteenth Biennial Report of the Board of Curators of the State

Historical Society, with an Appendix comprising the first four
Reports of the Society.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.

Ci.
C2.
E6.

Third Annual Report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners.
Fourth Annual Report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners.
Report of the Comioittee on Railroads of the Senate. (This docu-

ment should have been numbered C3.]

E1.

E2.

E3.

Service.

First Biennial Report of the State Board of Health.

First Biennial Report of the Commissioners of Pharmacy, with

abstract of State Pharmacy Register.

First Biennial Report of the State Mine Inspector.

Report of Miss M. A. Cleaves, Delegate to the National Conference

of Charities and Correction, and the National Association for the

Protection of the Insane and the Prevention of Insanity, held at

Cleveland, Ohio, June and July, 1880.

E4.

E5.

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