Lord's Oregon Laws; Showing All the Laws of a General Nature in Force in the State of Oregon Volume 2

Lord's Oregon Laws; Showing All the Laws of a General Nature in Force in the State of Oregon Volume 2

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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. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ... of the prisons therein, and shall visit them at least once in each regular term, and shall examine fully into the condition of such prison, as to health, cleanliness, and discipline, and if it shall appear to the said court that any of the provisions of law have been violated or neglected, it shall forthwith give notice of the same to the district attorney of such district. L. 1854; D. p. 758, -1; H. 3971; B. & C. 3686. 4531. Prisoner Not Allowed Liquor--Pena1 Provision. No sheriff, jailor, or keeper of any prison shall, under any pretense, give, sell, or suffer to be delivered to any person committed to prison, for any cause, whatever, any spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors, unless a physician shall certify in writing that the health of "such prisoner requires it, in which case he may be allowed to give the quantity prescribed, and no more; and if any sheriff, jailor, or keeper as aforesaid shall give, sell, or knowingly suffer to be delivered any such liquors contrary to the provisions of this section, he shall forfeit for every offense the sum of $25, to be recovered before a justice of the peace for the use of the county. L. 1854; D. p. 758, 5; H. 39T'2; B. & C. 3687. 4582. Sale or Gift of Liquor to Prisoner, How Punished. If any person other than those mentioned in the preceding section shall sell or give to any person committed for any cause whatever any liquor prohibited in the last section, or shall have in his possession in the precincts of any prison any such liquor with the intent to convey or deliver the same to any prisoner confined therein, he shall forfeit for every such offense the sum of $15, to be recovered and applied as in the last preceding section. L....show more

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  • 9781236546289