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" No child between the ages of two and sixteen, unless convicted of a crime, shall be received into any such institution as a public charge, unless committed thereto, or placed therein, by a court or magistrate having jurisdiction, or by the superintendent... "
Annual Report - Page lxxix
by New York (State). Department of Social Welfare - 1896
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Annual Report, Volume 3

New York (State). Department of Social Welfare - Public welfare - 1907
...town or village for the support, care or maintenance of inmates: 1. Children under the age of sixteen years, who have been convicted of crime and committed...charities or other local officer or board legally exercisJng the powers of an overseer of the poor in the county, city, town or village soiight to be...
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Annual Report, Volume 3; Volume 39

New York (State). Board of Charities - 1906
...charge, unless committed thereto, or placed therein, by a court or magistrate having jurisdiction, or by the superintendent of the poor of a county, or overseer...board legally exercising the powers of an overseer in the county, city, town or village sought to be charged with the support of such child, and authorized...
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Annual Report, Volume 3; Volume 44

New York (State). Board of Charities - 1911
...payment? from any county, city, town or village for the care, support or maintenance of inmates: (a) Persons who, pursuant to the provisions of existing laws, have been received or arc retained in any such institution by the written order or permit, of the superintendent of the poor...
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The Survey, Volume 6

Charities - 1901
...charge, unless committed thereto, or placed therein, by a court or magistrate having jurisdiction, or by the superintendent of the poor of a county, or overseer...board legally exercising the powers of an overseer in the county, city, town, or milage sought to be charged with the support of such child, and authorized...
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The Quarterly Record, a Review of Charitable Work in ..., Volume 1, Issues 3-4

New York (State). Board of Social Welfare - 1900
...charge unless committed thereto, or placed therein, by a court or magistrate having jurisdiction, or by the superintendent of the poor of a county, or overseer...board legally exercising the powers of an overseer in the county, city, town or village sought to be charged with the support of such child, and authorized...
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