The Juvenile Court Record, Volume 8

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Visitation and Aid Society, 1907 - Child welfare

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Page 22 - of such cases, and the finding of the court shall be entered in a book or books to be kept for that purpose, and known as the "Juvenile Record," and the court may for convenience be called the "Juvenile Court." Section 4. Petition to the Court— Any reputable person, being a resident of the county,
Page 23 - he shall, biennially, communicate to the general assembly each case of reprieve, commutation or pardon granted, stating the name of the convict, the crime for which he was convicted, the sentence and its date and the date of commutation, pardon -or reprieve.
Page 28 - act shall be liberally constructed to the end that its purpose may be carried out, to wit: That the care, custody and discipline of a child shall approximate as nearly as may be that which should be given by Its parents, and In all cases where it can properly be
Page 11 - to-wit: That the care, custody and discipline of a child shall approximate as nearly as may be that which should be given by its parents, and in all cases where it can properly be done the child should be placed in an approved
Page 11 - down. Section 21 reads as follows: "This act shall be liberally construed, to the end that its purpose may be carried out, to-wit: That the care, custody and discipline of a child shall approximate as nearly as may be that which should be given by its parents, and in all cases where it can properly be done the child
Page 19 - General Assembly of the State of Illinois. Convened at the Capitol In Springfield, January 4, 1899, and adjourned sine die April 14, 1899. Wednesday, Feb. 15, 1899—10 o'clock am Mr. Case introduced a bill, Senate Bill No. 269, for "An. act to regulate the treatment and control of dependent, neglected and delinquent children." Which was read at large a first
Page 19 - 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 the court such information and assistance as the judge may require, and to
Page 19 - such charge of any child before and after trial as may be directed by the court. 2. It shall be the duty of any probation officer appointed for a particular child, to become thoroughly conversant with the conditions surrounding the child; to be ready to report upon the child's progress at
Page 31 - may be carried out, to-wit: That the care, custody and discipline of the child may approximate as nearly as may be that which should be given by its parents, and in all cases where it can properly be done, the child is to be placed in an approved family home and become a member of the family by legal adoption or otherwise. Sec.
Page 23 - to such court, and the officer having the child in charge to take such child before that court, and in any such case, the court may proceed to hear and dispose of the case in the same manner as if the child had been brought before the court upon petition as herein provided. In any case the court

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