Bureau Publication ..., Issues 53-62

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919 - Child welfare

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Page 364 - It is not, however, from any want of jurisdiction that it does not act. but from a want of means to exercise its jurisdiction : because the Court cannot take on itself the maintenance of all the children in the kingdom.
Page 67 - Oh that my head were waters, and mine eyes a fountain of tears, that I might weep day and night for the slain of the daughter of my people...
Page 80 - The payment to the employed of a wage adequate to maintain a reasonable standard of life as this is understood in their time and country. Fourth. The adoption of an eight hours day or a forty-eight hours week as the standard to be aimed at where it has not already been attained.
Page 67 - Employments within the Meaning of Part I 'of this Act relating io Health Insurance. — (a) Employment in the United Kingdom under any contract of service or apprenticeship, written or oral, whether expressed or implied, and whether the employed person is paid by the employer or some other person, and whether under one or more employers, and whether paid by time or by the piece, or partly by time and partly by the piece, or otherwise, or, except in the case of a contract...
Page 3 - I am very glad that the same processes are being set afoot in this country, and I heartily approve the plan of the Children's Bureau and the Woman's Committee of the Council of National Defense...
Page 335 - This aid should be given by such methods and from such sources as may be determined by the general relief policy of each community, preferably in the form of private charity, rather than of public relief. Except in unusual circumstances, the home should not be broken up for reasons of poverty, but only for considerations of inefficiency or immorality.
Page 28 - Nachrichten des kk Ministeriums des Innern betreffend die Unfallversicherung und die Krankenversicherung der Arbeiter.
Page 2 - Prevention of disease in children. 5. Dental clinics; eye, ear, nose, and throat clinics; venereal and other clinics for the treatment of defects and disease. 6. Children's hospitals, or beds in general hospitals, or provision for medical and nursing care at home, sufficient to care for all sick infants and young children.
Page 32 - ... unless such child or children shall be excused from such attendance by the board of the school district in which the parent, guardian or other person resides, upon the presentation to said board of satisfactory evidence showing such child or children are prevented from attendance upon school or application to study by mental, physical or other urgent reasons.
Page 338 - ... it is desirable that, if normal in mind and body and not requiring special training, they should be cared for in families whenever practicable. The carefully selected foster home is for the normal child the best substitute for the natural home.

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