Catalogue of Library: April, 1886

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1886 - Charities - 52 pages
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Page 51 - an Act for the incorporation of benevolent, charitable, scientific and missionary societies...
Page 52 - The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The existing department of public charities...
Page 6 - Alms-houses, and to induce the adoption by the community at large of such measures in the organization and administration of both public and private charity as may develop the self-respect and increase the power of self-support of...
Page 40 - Board, with special reference to the disposal by Boards of Guardians of applications for relief. By Henry Longley, Local Government inspector. London, 1873.
Page 6 - To induce the adoption, by the community at large, of such measures in the organization and administration of both public and private charity as may develop the self-respect and increase the power of self-support of the poorer classes of society.
Page 51 - Act to provide for the establishment of municipal lodging-houses in the city of New York, Laws of 1886.
Page 52 - AN ACT further to define the powers and duties of the board of State commissioners of public charities, and to change the name of the board to The State Board of Charities.
Page 19 - OF THE AIR TO THE CLOTHES WE WEAR, THE HOUSE WE LIVE IN, AND THE SOIL WE DWELL ON. Three Popular Lectures delivered before the Albert Society at Dresden. By Dr. Max Von Pettenkofer, Professor of Hygiene at the University of Munich, &c.
Page 52 - ... so appointed shall reside, any of the county poorhouses and town poorhouses and city almshouses within the State, and located within such judicial district. Each of such orders shall specify the institution or institutions to be visited, inspected, and examined, and the names of the persons by whom the visitation, inspection, and examination are to be made, and shall be in force for one year from the date on which...
Page 19 - Public Health Service and the Highest Educational Qualifications of the Medical Profession.

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