Proceedings of the national conference of charities and correction

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Page 275 - For if any be a hearer of the word, and not a doer, he is like unto a man beholding his natural face in a glass : for he beholdeth himself, and goeth his way, and straightway forgetteth what manner of man he was.
Page 72 - ... all persons wandering abroad and begging, or who go about from door to door, or place themselves in the streets, highways, passages, or other public places to beg or receive alms, shall be deemed vagrants.
Page 228 - ... it shall be the duty of the said probation officer to make such investigation as may be required by the court ; to be present in court in order to represent the interests of the child when the case is heard ; to furnish to the court such information and assistance as the judge may require; and to take such charge of any child before and after trial as may be directed by the court.
Page 228 - In case a probation officer shall be appointed by any court, it shall be the duty of the clerk of the court...
Page 39 - ... 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...
Page 180 - Do not put anything in your mouth except food and drink. Do not swap apple cores, candy, chewing gum, half-eaten food, whistles, bean blowers, or anything that is put in the mouth. Peel or wash your fruit before eating it. Never sneeze or cough in a person's face.
Page 86 - Aid in securing the just, humane and economic administration of all institutions subject to its supervision.
Page 210 - SEC. 4. Boys under the age of sixteen years, and women and girls, shall not be employed, underground, in the operation of mines; and. except in cases of emergency, eight hours shall constitute a day's work underground in all mines of the State.
Page 179 - Every child and adult can help to fight consumption. School children can be helpful by complying with the following rules : Do not spit except in a spittoon or a piece of cloth or a handkerchief used for that purpose alone. On your return home have the cloth burned by your mother, or the handkerchief put in water until ready for the wash. Never spit on a slate, floor, sidewalk, or playground.
Page 311 - You will find that many people who once slept and worked and reared their children and worshipped and bought all in one area, are now, as it were, delocalized; they have overflowed their containing locality, and they live in one area, they work in another, and they go to shop in a third. And the only way in which you can localize them again is to expand your areas to their new scale.

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