atever may afterwards be received or purchased for the patient's use.
3. Money, jewelry, or other valuables, shall be brought to the office for safe keeping--except where their retention by the patient is expressly permitted by the Superintendent or Assistant Physician. On the discharge, or removal, of a patient, the clothing in his or her possession, shall be carefully compared with the clothing account of said patient, that any losses may be discovered or accounted for.
4. The clothing belonging to the patients, in each division, shall be deposited in a room, set apart for the purpose, the key of which shall be in custody of the Supervisor, and, at some particular hour of the day, the Supervisors shall be in attendance in their respective clothing rooms, to exchange, or supply, such clothing as the wants of patients may require, and Attendants are enjoined, not to call on the Supervisors, for that purpose, at any other times, if avoidable. Clothing required for daily use, shall be kept in the