State Charities Aid Association Annual Report

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State Charities Aid Association, 1878 - Charities
Reports for 1909/10-1920/21 include the association's 18th-29th Annual report to the State Hospital Commission ( varies slightly)

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Page 111 - Who is found begging or receiving or gathering alms (whether actually begging, or under the pretext of selling or offering for sale anything), or being in any street, road, or public place for the purpose of so begging, gathering, or receiving alms; 2.
Page 111 - That is found begging or receiving or gathering alms (whether actually begging or under the pretext of selling or offering for sale anything), or being in any street, road or public place, for the purpose of so begging, gathering or receiving alms.
Page 111 - No child under restraint or conviction, actually or apparently under the age of sixteen years, shall be placed in any prison or place of confinement, or in any court-room, or in any vehicle for transportation in company with adults charged with or convicted of crime.
Page 110 - ... habitually visits, without parent or guardian, any saloon or place of entertainment where any spirituous liquors, or wine, or intoxicating or malt liquors are sold, exchanged, or given away, or who is incorrigible, or who is a persistent truant from school. The words "delinquent child...
Page 130 - ... to be paid by the treasurer of the state, on the warrant of the comptroller, to the treasurer of...
Page 110 - ... or with any vicious or disreputable person or frequenting the company of reputed criminals or prostitutes, or visiting any saloon or place of entertainment where spirituous liquors or wines or intoxicating or malt liquors are sold, exchanged or given away, or found in any policy shop, pool room...
Page 111 - ... society for the prevention of cruelty to children, charitable or other institution, or make such other disposition thereof as now is or may hereafter be provided by law in cases of vagrant, truant, disorderly, pauper, or destitute children.
Page 142 - ... 4. — To procure work for poor persons who are capable of being wholly or partially self-supporting. 5. — To repress mendicancy by the above means and by the prosecution of impostors. 6 — To promote the general welfare of the poor by social and sanitary reforms, and by the inculcation of habits of providence and self-dependence.
Page 19 - You are doubtless as painfully aware as it is possible for any one to be of the incompetency and of the graver moral deficiencies of many of the subordinates who have been appointed to fill places in the charitable institutions under your charge. The more thoroughly we become acquainted with the management of these institutions the more firmly are we convinced that under the present system of making appointments, an efficient and proper administration of them is impossible. So long as political...
Page 144 - Bye-Law being in any case altered, or a new one proposed, without at least a week's notice of such intention being given at a Meeting of Council. The Council shall have power to appoint such officers as from time to time they shall think fit.

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