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Lunatic Asylum, North Texas Insane Asylum at Terrell - 19th R.S. (1885)

Committee Members
John Lafayette Camp, Jr.
A.G. Camp, Jr.
Benjamin Davis
William A. Evans
Jonathan Olinthus Terrell
James S. Woods
• Visit the North Texas Lunatic Asylum, at Terrell, Texas, and examine its condition, and report to each House upon what is necessary in the way of appropriations and otherwise for and in behalf of said institution.
• Visit the asylum at Terrell and report as early as practicable the condition of said asylum, its capacity for the accommodation of the insane, and whether it has been constructed in accordance with the plans and specifications for said building, and what further improvements, if any, are necessary to render said asylum ready for the reception and treatment of lunatics.

House members appointed by Speaker 2/2/1885, pursuant to resolution by Woods of Kaufman; joint committee report 2/18/1885 (House Journal, 19th R.S., pp. 44, 105, 206).
Senate members appointed 1/30/1885, pursuant to concurrent resolution by Farrar; joint committee report 2/18/1885 (Senate Journal, 19th R.S., pp. 67, 69, 126-127).

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