Bureau publication (United States. Children's Bureau). no. 42 legal series, 1919, Issue 42

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919
 

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Page 228 - The father of an illegitimate child, by publicly acknowledging it as his own, receiving it as such, with the consent of his wife, if he is married, into his family, and otherwise treating it as if it were a legitimate child, thereby adopts it as such; and such child is thereupon deemed for all purposes legitimate from the time of its birth.
Page 131 - A legitimate child cannot be adopted without the consent of its parents, if living, nor an illegitimate child without the consent of its mother, if living...
Page 114 - That in case of any conviction under this act, the court before which such conviction is had, may in lieu of the penalty herein provided accept from the person convicted a bond...
Page 111 - The father as well as the mother, of an illegitimate child must give him support and education suitable to his circumstances. A civil suit to enforce such obligations may be maintained in behalf of a minor illegitimate child, by his mother or guardian...
Page 111 - In actions for divorce the court may, during the pendency of the action, or at the final hearing or at any time thereafter during the minority of any of the children of the marriage, make such order for the custody, care, education, maintenance and support of such minor children as may seem necessary or proper, and may at any time modify or vacate the same.
Page 241 - ... one of the parties in good faith, in the full belief that the former husband or wife...
Page 244 - In case the defendant shall refuse or neglect to give such security as may be ordered by the court, he shall be committed to the jail of the county, there to remain until he shall comply with such order, or until otherwise discharged by due course of law.
Page 237 - ... may order and approve. The condition of the recognizance shall be such that if the defendant shall make his or her personal appearance in court whenever ordered to do so, and shall further comply with the terms of such order of support, or of any subsequent modification thereof, then such recognizance shall be void, otherwise of full force and effect.
Page 185 - ... thereto in good faith, and with the full belief that the former husband or wife was dead or...
Page 235 - ... his or her estate in whole or in part, as the case may be, in the same manner as if he had been born in lawful wedlock...

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