Parliamentary Papers, Volume 44

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1877 - Great Britain
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Page 51 - Argyle; 3, Ayr; 4, Banff; 5, Berwick ; 6, Bute ; 7, Caithness; 8, Clackmannan; 9, Dumbarton; 10, Dumfries; 11, Edinburgh ; 12, Elgin ; 13, Fife ; 14, Forfar ; 15, Haddington ; 16, Inverness ; 17, Kincardine; 18, Kinross; 19, Kirkcudbright; 20, Lanark; 21, Linlithgow ; 22, Nairn ; 23, Orkney and...
Page 10 - Pnsonwith each Prisoner, shall examine the Books, Accounts, and Documents kept in the Prison, shall inspect the Prison Premises and Stores, shall examine into the Conduct of the several Officers, shall investigate all Complaints and alleged or apparent Abuses, or Deviations from the Rules, shall inquire into the Cause and Nature of every Punishment that has been administered, shall ascertain how far the Health, Education, and Industrial Training of the Prisoners are in a satisfactory Condition, and...
Page 23 - The number of prisoners in custody at the close of the year was 47, which is 5 less than at the date of the last report.
Page 9 - SITUATIONS added to SCHEDULE B. of the ORDER IN COUNCIL of 4th June 1870. (a.) Throughout the Civil Service : — (1.) All situations in which it may become necessary, in order to meet the exigencies of "the public service, to employ temporarily, so long as that necessity lasts, persons who have not been certificated or registered by the Civil Service Commissioners ; provided...
Page 31 - I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your most obedient servant, To the Poor Law Commissioners.
Page 9 - Lunacy, with the concurrence of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, hereby give notice that the situation of Under- Houcemaid in the Commissioners' Office, is added to the situations in Schedule В of the Order in Council of 4th June, 1870.
Page 10 - Managers shall, once at least in every month, see and communicate with each Prisoner, * shall examine the books, accounts, and documents kept in the Prison, shall inspect ' the Prison premises and stores, shall examine into the conduct of the several officers, ' shall investigate all complaints, and alleged or apparent abuses or deviations from the ' rules, shall inquire into the cause and nature of every punishment that has been ' administered, shall ascertain how far the health, education, and...
Page 17 - ... The Prison Act, 1865 : 8. Any regulations made by the Secretary of State as to the photographing of prisoners in any prison in Scotland shall be deemed to be rules for prisons in Scotland, and as such shall be binding on all whom they may concern, in the same manner as if the same were made under and in virtue of the powers contained in " The Prisons (Scotland) Administration Act, I860 :

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