Proceedings of the National Conference of Charities and Correction, at the ... Annual Session Held in ..., Volume 16

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Press of Geo. H. Ellis, 1889 - Charities
 

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Page 6 - scandalous conduct, or a reputed thief or a prostitute, or one who habitually permits him to frequent public places for the purpose of begging or receiving alms, or to frequent the company of or consort with reputed thieves or prostitutes, with or without such father, mother, or guardian ; or by any other act or example, or by vicious training, depraves the morals of such child.
Page 7 - as guardian of the custody and education of the child, who shall not be required to give bonds, unless it shall appear that such child has personal or real property, who shall execute a written
Page 266 - is profitable for the life that now is, as well as for that which is to come,
Page 7 - of probate, by one of the following methods: First, by the appointment of a respectable and suitable person of sufficient means as guardian of the custody and education of the child, who shall not be required to give bonds,
Page 168 - Cost above earnings derived from labor, $755,649.08 A State Industrial Reformatory for young men between fifteen and twenty-five years (first offenders) has been recently opened at Huntingdon. E. Immigrants.— Number received during the year ending
Page 168 - Average daily number, 1,100 Cost of support per capita per annum, labor and profits deducted $60.30 At the Western State Penitentiary at Allegheny, conducted on the congregate system, the number of prisoners remaining Sept. 30, 1888, was 653 Average daily number 650 Cost of support per capita (labor and profits deducted), . $120.71 Number in county jails, workhouses, houses of correction, and houses of refuge,
Page v - New York. FB SANBORN, Massachusetts. WM. HOWARD NEFF, Ohio. ANDREW E. ELMORE, Wisconsin. HH GILES, Wisconsin. FRED H. WINES, Illinois. Dr. CHARLES S. HOYT, New York. Rt. Rev. GEORGE D. GILLESPIE, Michigan. Official
Page 7 - forfeited his right to the custody of the child during minority, and that the child be disposed of, in the discretion of the judge of probate, by one of the following methods: First, by the appointment of a respectable and suitable person of sufficient means as guardian of the custody and education of the child, who shall not be required to give bonds,
Page 122 - The distribution of dependent children in private institutions supported by the State and the appropriations therefor remain about the same, as follows : — The Hebrews had 2^ per cent, of the children and 2f of the money.
Page 168 - Cost therein above earnings derived from labor, .... $148,990.92 At the Eastern State Penitentiary at Philadelphia, conducted on the separate, or individual, system, the number of prisoners remaining Sept. 30, 1888, was,

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