Bulletin of Social Legislation on the Henry Bergh Foundatuib for the Promotion of Humane Education Volume 1

Bulletin of Social Legislation on the Henry Bergh Foundatuib for the Promotion of Humane Education Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...of coarse, cheap material, made in uniform and peculiar style so as to distinguish convicts from other persons--style to be determined by commissioners. Except for third-class prisoners or as punishment stripes are abolished and a suitable uniform substituted. Distinctive uniform for each sex made of coarse material. Garments of coarse, substantial material of distinctive manufacture. (b) Citizens' clothing permitted: Stripes need not be worn by convicts engaged in road work. New Hampshire Appropriation of $700 to carry out vote of Governor and Council to change the clothing of the prisoners. North Carolina Reformatory prisoners need not wear convict garb. (c) Other provisions as to clothing, and care of Iowa Prisoners to be furnished with clean shirts once a week. Massachusetts Shirts to be washed weekly; male prisoners shaved, and all prisoners bathed. Shirts to be washed weekly. North Dakota Oklahoma Rhode Island South Dakota Tennessee Wisconsin Shirts to be washed weekly. A change of underclothing to be furnished each prisoner weekly. Shirts to be washed weekly. Jailer to have 2 pieces of clothing for each prisoner washed every week and to furnish necessary apparatus for shaving once a week. Shirts to be washed weekly. VI HOW IS HE CARED FOR? A physician is provided with powers of inspection into the conditions of the individual and the healthfulness of his surroundings and with certain powers to remedy conditions. The supervision of punishment devolves upon the physician. 1. Health and Medical Inspection: Alabama Physician inspector to visit at least R. S. 1907, Secs. twice a year every county jail and alms 7215-7220. house in the state and to aid in secur-ing just, humane and economic man-agement of such institutions. Also to aid in...show more

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  • Paperback | 38 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 86g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236536363
  • 9781236536365