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Page lxviii - The state board of charities shall visit, inspect and maintain a general supervision of all institutions, societies or associations which are of a charitable, eleemosynary, correctional or reformatory character, whether state or municipal, incorporated or not incorporated, which are made subject to its supervision by the constitution or by law ; and shall 1.
Page xiv - Governor shall appoint the additional public member provided for by the Governor's Reorganization Plan No. 2 submitted to the Legislature at the 1970 Regular Session to fill the vacancy created by the expiration of the term of office of the geologist member from Administrative District No.
Page lxxi - Aid in securing the best sanitary condition of the buildings and grounds of all such institutions, and advise measures for the protection and preservation of the health of the inmates.
Page xi - Collect statistical information in respect to the property, receipts and expenditures of all institutions, societies and associations subject to its supervision, and the number and condition of the inmates thereof, and of the poor receiving public relief.
Page lxviii - ... all the charitable and correctional institutions of the State, excepting prisons, receiving State aid, and ascertain whether the moneys appropriated for their aid are or have been economically and judiciously expended ; whether the objects of the several institutions are accomplished ; whether the laws in relation to them are fully complied with ; whether all parts of the State are equally benefited...
Page ix - No commissioner shall qualify or enter upon the duties of his office, or remain therein, while he is a trustee, manager, director or other administrative officer of an institution subject to the visitation and inspection of such board. The commissioners in office at the time this chapter takes effect, shall continue in office for the terms for which they were respectively appointed.
Page xii - ... designated to make such investigation are hereby empowered to issue compulsory process for the attendance of witnesses and the production of papers, to administer oaths...
Page xi - Board, and the conduct and efficiency of the officers or persons charged with their management, and the care and relief of the inmates of such institution therein or in transit.
Page lxxix - No child between the ages of two and sixteen, unless convicted of a crime, shall be received into any such institution as a public charge, unless committed thereto, or placed therein, by a court or magistrate having jurisdiction, or by the superintendent of the poor of a county, or overseer of the poor of a town, or commissioner or commissioners of charities, or other local officer or board legally exercising the powers of an overseer in the county, city, town or village sought to be charged with...