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1: PENAL AND REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS—Messrs. McLean, Moore, and Cushing.
*INSANE AND DEFECTIVES—Messrs. Ramm, Patterson, and McLean.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., October 8, 1906.
To Hon. GEORGE C. PARDEE, Governor.
DEAR SIR: In compliance with law, we, the State Board of Charities and Corrections, have the honor to transmit herewith our report concerning:
First—The condition of the institutions under our supervision, together with such suggestions as we deem necessary and pertinent for their future usefulness.
Second—Such further suggestions as we deem essential for the best interests of this state in the broad field of Charities and Corrections; and,
Third –The transactions of this Board for the biennial period commencing July 1, 1904, and ending June 30, 1906. Respectfully,
0. K. CUSHING,
E. C. MOORE,
State Board of Charities and Corrections. W. ALMONT GATES, Secretary.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
LAW CREATING A BOARD OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS...
7. The Home for the Feeble-Minded
II. THE DEPENDENT CHILD.
IV. PROBATION LAWS AND THE JUVENILE COURT.
1. Abuse of insane patient.
2. Hospital for Incurables in San Francisco
3. Alleged cruel treatment of pupil in Whittier State School.
VI. EDUCATIONAL WORK.
1. State Conference of Charities and Corrections.
2. National Conference of Charities and Corrections
3. The National Prison Congress..
4. State Conventions of Sheriffs and Supervisors -
5. Visits to State institutions of Oregon..