Annual Report, Volume 29

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Vols. for 1895/96-1919/20 include annual reports of the various state hospitals for the insane, reports of the Bureau of Deportation, the State Charities Aid Association and the Psychiatric Institute. (1908/09-1919/20 summaries only).

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Page 66 - States or of all forms of law or the assassination of public officials; any alien who within five years after entry becomes a public charge from causes not affirmatively shown to have arisen subsequent to landing...
Page 65 - Labor that any alien so brought to the United States was so afflicted at the time of foreign embarkation, and that the existence of such mental or physical defect might have been detected by means of a competent medical examination at such time, such person shall pay to the collector of customs of the...
Page 52 - During the present war the state department, board, commission or officer having jurisdiction and control of the administration of any state institution, state asylum, state hospital, state prison or reformatory, with the approval of the governor and state comptroller, may loan to or set aside for the temporary use of the United States government or the government of the state of New York, or of any department of the United States or of the state of New York, or of any relief or preparedness...
Page 445 - Such hospital shall be used for the purpose of confining and caring for such male prisoners as are declared insane while confined in a state prison or reformatory, or while serving a sentence of more than one year in a penitentiary.
Page 92 - ... judgment will best meet the requirements of such insane. It shall also furnish to the legislature in each year, an estimate of the probable number of patients who will become inmates of the respective state hospitals during the year beginning October first next ensuing, and the cost of all the additional buildings and equipments, if any, which will be required to carry out the provisions of this chapter relating to the care, custody and treatment of the poor and indigent insane of the state.
Page 51 - A commission is hereby created consisting of the state engineer, the chairman of the state hospital commission, the state architect, the chairman of the senate finance committee, the chairman of the...
Page 65 - Labor is hereby authorized and directed to enter into negotiations, through the Department of State, with countries vessels of which bring aliens to the United States, with a view to detailing inspectors and matrons of the United States...
Page 64 - That the following classes of aliens shall be excluded from admission into the United States: All idiots, imbeciles, feeble-minded persons, epileptics, insane persons, and persons who have been insane within five years previous; persons who have had two or more attacks of insanity at any time previously...
Page 442 - ... and for such convicted persons as may be declared insane while undergoing sentence of one year or less or for a misdemeanor at any of the various penal institutions of the state, and for all female convicts becoming insane while undergoing sentence.
Page 228 - Ridenour, for the New York State Committee on Mental Hygiene of the State Charities Aid Association and the Child Welfare League of America.

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