Laws of the Commonwealth for the Government of the Massachusetts State Prison: With the Rules and Regulations of the Board of Inspectors, and Details of the Police and Discipline, Adopted by the Warden, on the Completion of the New Prison, October 1829
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Massachusetts State Prison
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Page 15 - If any person shall carry to any convict imprisoned or in custody, or into any county jail, or other place where such convict may be confined, any tool, weapon or other aid, with intent to enable such convict to escape such custody or confinement, whether such escape be effected or not, any person so offending, on conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars, or imprisoned in the territorial prison not less than one year, nor more than five years.
Page 17 - States, made, in the manner and form prescribed in the first condition specified in the first section of the act to which this is in addition, two years before his admission, shall be a sufficient compliance with said condition, anything in the said act, or in any subsequent act, to the contrary notwithstanding.
Page 14 - shall be punished by solitary imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year, and by confinement to hard labor, for a term not exceeding ten years.
Page 14 - Warden or any other person employed as aforesaid, shall negligently suffer any convict committed and in custody as aforesaid, under sentence of solitary imprisonment, to be at large without the cell or apartment assigned to such convict, or to be there visited, conversed with, comforted or relieved, contrary to the rules and regulations of...
Page 18 - Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota : SECTION 1. Section four of chapter eighty of the session laws of 1860, being an act entitled "An act providing for the government and regulation of the University of Minnesota," approved Kebruary 14th, 1860, is hereby amended so as to read as follows: SEC.
Page 15 - ... said State Prison, under sentence of confinement to hard labour during life, shall assault any Director, the Warden, or other person employed in the government thereof, or shall forcibly attempt to break from the said prison, every such convict so offending, upon due conviction before the Supreme Judicial Court, shall and may be punished by solitary imprisonment not exceeding one year, at the discretion of the Directors, and shall be afterwards there...
Page 19 - ... the number employed in each branch of business, and their earnings — the number in the hospital — the expenses of the Prison — and all receipts and payments — purchases and sales — and to exhibit the same to the Directors at their quarterly meetings, and at any other time when required.
Page 16 - ... shall remain as good and valid. And all Officers, Agents and Servants of the same Prison, who have been appointed or employed under the same, shall remain in their respective offices and places, until that time, and until others are appointed and employed in their places, in the same way and manner they would have done, had not this act been repealed.
Page 15 - ... before the Supreme Judicial Court, shall, and may be punished by solitary imprisonment, not exceeding one year, and by confinement to hard labour, not exceeding ten years, or at the discretion of the...