Annual report of the State Board of Charities of the state of New York. v. 36 pt. 1 (text appended papers), 1902, Volume 36, Part 1

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Weed, Parsons and Company, 1903
 

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Page 5 - Association for the Improvement of the Condition of the Poor. Housing Conditions in Baltimore. Report of a Special Committee of the Association for the Improvement of the Condition of the Poor and the Charity Organization Society.
Page 116 - THE NEW YORK STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE TREATMENT OF INCIPIENT PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS, RAYBROOK, ESSEX COUNTY.
Page 548 - The Legislature shall provide for a state board of charities, which shall visit and inspect all institutions, whether state, county, municipal, incorporated or not incorporated, which are of a charitable, eleemosynary, correctional or reformatory character...
Page 385 - ... judicially deprived of the custody of the child on account of cruelty or neglect, is unnecessary.
Page 549 - Payments by counties, cities, towns and villages to charitable, eleemosynary, correctional and reformatory institutions, wholly or partly under private control, for care, support and maintenance, may be authorized, but shall not be required by the Legislature.
Page 174 - New York State Hospital for the Care of Crippled and Deformed Children.
Page 404 - ... a local officer charged with the relief of the poor and placing out in the manner now provided by law, to place out any destitute child, directly or indirectly, unless such person or corporation shall be duly licensed, as hereinafter provided, by the state board of charities, to place out destitute children.
Page 315 - Each essay must be accompanied by a sealed envelope containing the name and address of the author and bearing on the outside the motto or device which is inscribed upon the essay.
Page 548 - Existing laws relating to institutions referred to in the foregoing sections and to their supervision and inspection, in so far as such laws are not inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution, shall remain in force until amended or repealed by the Legislature.
Page 22 - ... 6. Idiots and lunatics. — The superintendents of the poor shall provide for the support of poor persons that may be idiots or lunatics, at other places than in the alms-house, in such manner as shall be provided by law for the care, support and maintenance of such poor persons.

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