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before two such justices or such magistrate, he shall be liable, may be imin the discretion of the justices or magistrate, instead of being prisoned. sent back to the same school, to be imprisoned for any term not less than fourteen days and not exceeding three months; and the justices or magistrate b fore whom he is convicted may direct him to be sent at the expiration of the term of his imprisonment to a certified reformatory school, and to be there detained subject and according to the provisions of section sixth of chapter first of title seventh of these Revised Statutes respecting reformatory schools. 32 V., c. 17, s. 28.

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3160. Whosoever knowingly assists, directly or indirectly, al Punishment child liable to be detained in a certified industrial school, to of persons

favoring escape from the school,

Directly or indirectly induces such a child so to escape, or

Knowingly harbors or conceals a child who has so escaped, or prevents him from returning to school, or knowingly assists in so doing,

Shall be guilty of an offence against this chapter, and shall, on summary conviction thereof before two justices or a magistrate, be liable to a penalty not exceeding eighty dollars, or, in the discretion of the justices, to be imprisoned for any term not exceeding two months. 32 V., c. 17, s. 29.

SECTION IX.

EXPENSES OF CHILDREN IN INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS.

3161. The Provincial Treasurer may, from time to time, Provincial contribute, out of money provided by the Legislature for the Treasurer purpose, such sums as the Lieutenant-Governor, from time to brute funds to. time, thinks fit to recommend towards the custody and main- support chil

dren in tenance of children detained in certified industrial schools;

schools. provided that such contributions shall not exceed fifty cents per head per week for children detained on the application of their parents, step-parents or tutors. 32 V., c. 17, s. 30.

3162. Any municipal council may contract with the man- Municipal agers of a certified industrial school for the reception and councils may maintenance therein of such children as are, from time to time, managers. ordered by justices to be sent there from the municipality represented by such council. 32 V., c. 17, s. 31.

3163. The managers of any municipal institution duly in- Certain insti

tutions may corporated may, from time to time, contribute such sums as they think fit towards the maintenance of children detained in to support a certified industrial school on their application. 32 V., c. 17, of children.

contribute

SECTION X.

DISCHARGE, ETC., OF CHILDREN.

Removal of children from one school to another.

3164. The Lieutenant-Governor may, at any time, order a child to be transferred from one certified industrial school to another, but so that the whole period of his detention be not thereby increased. 32 V., c. 17, s. 37.

3165. The Provincial Treasurer may pay, out of the money provided by the Legislature for the purpose, such sum as the Lieutenant-Governor thinks fit to recommend, in discharge of the expenses of the removal of any child transferred under the provisions of this chapter 32 V., c 17, s. 37.

Expenses of removal.

Discharge of children.

3166. The Lieutenant-Governor may also at any time order any child to be discharged from a certified industrial school, either absolutely or on such conditions as the Provincial Secretary approves, and the child shall be discharged accordingly. 32 V., c. 17, s. 38.

SECTION XI.

WITHDRAWAL OF CERTIFICATE.

Lieutenant 3167. If at any time the Lieutenant-Governor be dissatisGovernor

fied with the condition of a certified industrial school, the Promay withdraw the cer- vincial Secretary shall, by notice under his hand addressed to tificate from and served on the managers thereof, declare that the certificate

of the school is withdrawn, from a time specified in the notice, not being less than six months after the date thereof; and at that tiine the certificate shall be deemed to be withdrawn accordingly, and the school shall thereupon cease to be a certified industrial school. 32 V., c. 17, s. 39.

Managers may resign the certificate.

3168. The managers or the executors or administrators of a deceased manager (if only one) of a certified industrial school may give notice in writing to the Provincial Secretary of their intention to resign the certificate of that school, and at the expiration, in the case of managers, of six months, and, in the case of executors or administrators, of one month, from the receipt of the notice by the Provincial Secretary. (unless before that time the notice is withdrawn), the certificate shall be deemed to be resigned accordingly, and the school shall thereupon cease to be a certified industrial school. 32 V., c. 17, s. 40.

Notice of 3169. A notice of the withdrawal or resignation of the cerwithdrawal or tificate of a certified industrial school shall within one month resignation of certificate. be inserted by order of the Provincial Secretary in the Quebec

Official Gazette.

A copy of the Gazette containing such notice shall be conclusive evidence of such withdrawal or resignation.

A certificate shall be presumed to be in force until the withdrawal or resignation thereof is proved. 32 V., c. 17, s. 41.

3170. Where notice is given of the withdrawal or resigna- Obligations tion of the certificate of a certified industrial school, no child of managers

after notice shall be received into the school for detention under this chapter of withdrawafter the receipt, by the managers of the school, of the notice al or resig

nation. of withdrawal, or after the date of the notice of resignation, as the case may be.

But the obligation of the managers to teach, train, clothe, lodge, and feed any children detained in the school at the time of such receipt or at the date of such notice shall, except as far as the Lieutenant-Governor otherwise directs, be deemed to continue until the withdrawal or resignation of the certificate takes effect, or until the contribution out of the money provided by the Legislature towards the custody and maintenance of the child detained in the school is discontinued, whichever shall first happen. 32 V., c. 17, s. 42.

3171. When a school ceases to be a certified industrial Children to school, the children detained therein shall be either discharged he thereupon

discharged or or transferred to some other certified industrial school by order removed. of the Provincial Secretary. 32 V., c. 17, s. 43.

3172. No summons or notice for the purpose of carrying Want of form into effect the provisions of this chapter shall be invalidated for not to invali

date proceedwant of form only; and the forms in the schedule annexed to

ings. this chapter, or forms to the like effect, may be used in the Forms in cases to which they refer, with such variations as circumstances

sufficient. require, and when used shall be deemed sufficient. 32 V., c. 17,

schedule to be

S. 44.

3173. Any notice may

be served on the

managers

of a cer- Service of tified industrial school by being delivered to any one of them notice. personally, or by being sent by post, or otherwise, in a letter addressed to them or any of them, at the school, or at the usual or last known place of abode of any of the managers, or of their secretary. 32 V., c. 17, s. 45.

SCHEDULE.

FORM A.

ORDER SENDING CHILD TO INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.

Province of Quebec
District of

day of

Be it remembered, that on the

in pursuance of chapter third of title eighth of the Revised Statutes of the Province of

Quebec, respecting industrial schools, we, two of Her Majesty's justices of the peace for the said [district) of do order that A. B., of

(whose religious persuasion appears to us to be

), being a child subject to the provisions of article

of these Revised Statutes, be sent to the

certified industrial school at and that he be there detained during

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The complaint of the inspector of industrial schools (or as they case may be) made to us, the undersigned, two of Her Majesty's justices of the peace for the said district of this

day of

in the said district, who says, that one A. B., of (*) the

age
of

years, or thereabouts, and now detained in the industrial school at

in the district of

under chapter third of title eighth of the Revised Statutes of the Province of Quebec, respecting industrial schools, and has been duly ordered and directed to be detained therein until the day of

: That one C. B., residing in the parish of in the district of

is the father (or stepfather, etc.), of the said A. B., and is of sufficient ability to contribute to the support and maintenance of the said A. B., his son; (*) The said complainant therefore prays that the said C. B., may be summoned to show cause why an order should not be made on him so to contribute.

C. D. Exhibited before us,

J. S.
L. M.

32 V., c 17, Form B.

FORM C.

ORDER ON FATHER, ETC., TO CONTRIBUTE A WEEKLY SUM.

Province of Quebec

Be it remembered, that on this

day of at

in the said (district) on a certain complaint of the inspector of industrial schools (or as the case may be), for that one A. B., of, etc., (stating the cause of complaint as in the form B between the asterisks (*) (*),) was duly heard by and before us, the undersigned, two of Her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said (district) of

(in the presence and hearing of the said C. B., if so, or the said C. B., not appearing to the said summons duly issued and served in this behalf); and we, having duly examined into the ability of the said C. B., and on consideration of all the circumstances of the case, do order the said C. B., to pay the said inspector (or to an agent of the said inspector) the sum of from the date of this order until the

day of the same to be paid at the expiration of each (fourteen, or as the case may be), days.

Given under our hands and seals, at the day and year first above mentioned, at

in the district aforesaid.

per week

J. S. (L. S.)
L. M. (L. S.)

32 V., c. 17, Form C.

CHAPTER FOURTH.

THE PLACING OUT OF CHILDREN UNDER THE CARE OF THE
MANAGERS OF REFORMATORY AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS

AND CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS.

SECTION 1.

INTERPRETATIVE.

3174. The words “charitable institution" in this chapter Interpretamean and apply to any incorporated orphan asylum, any reli- tion of "ebagious community where orphans are admitted, and such other tution." institutions as have obtained the permission of the LieutenantGovernor in Council to avail themselves of the provisions of this chapter. 35 V., c. 13, s. 1; 36 V., c. 24 s. 1.

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