Annual Report, Volume 30, Part 1896

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Page 97 - Payments by counties, cities, towns and villages to charitable, eleemosynary, correctional and reformatory institutions, wholly or partly under private control, for care, support and maintenance, may be authorized but shall not be required by the legislature.
Page 15 - ... to be paid by the treasurer of the state, on the warrant of the comptroller, to the treasurer of...
Page 12 - ... to modify such treatment or apply such remedy, or both, as shall therein be specified. Before such order is issued it must be approved by a justice of the supreme court, after such notice as he may...
Page 20 - ... lying-in asylum where females may be received, cared for or treated during pregnancy, or during or after delivery...
Page 12 - ... designated to make such investigation are hereby empowered to issue compulsory process for the attendance of witnesses and the production of...
Page 17 - ... of its members. It, or the commissioner conducting the proceeding, may issue compulsory process for the attendance of witnesses and the production of papers, and exercise the powers conferred upon a referee in the supreme court.
Page 12 - ... or any inmate or person in any way connected therewith, require legal investigation or action of any kind, notice thereof may be given by the board, or any three members thereof, to the attorney-general...
Page 69 - ACT to provide for the establishment of a home for the aged and dependent veteran and hie wife, veterans' mothers, widows, and army nurses, residents of New York. Chapter 468 of the Laws of 1884. Section 1. Establishment of home. — There shall be established in this state a home for the aged dependent veteran and his wife, veterans...
Page 10 - Investigate the management of all institutions made subject to the supervision of the 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 institutions therein or in transit.
Page 9 - Board are to 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, made subject to Its supervision by the Constitution and statute*.

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