Report of the Commissioners for Consolidating and Arranging the Public Statutes of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 1901 Volume 4

Report of the Commissioners for Consolidating and Arranging the Public Statutes of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 1901 Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...the time of his discharge from the hospital or of his death. The journal shall also contain entries of all orders given for supplies for the hospital department, specifying the articles ordered, and it shall remain at the prison. All such orders shall be in writing, and the warden shall provide the supplies so ordered. SECT1ON 16. If a convict complains of illness which requires medical aid, notice thereof shall be given to the physician, who shall visit the convict, and, if in his opinion the illness requires the removal of the convict to the hospital, the warden may order such removal, and the convict shall remain in the hospital until the physician determines that he may leave it without injury to his health. SECT1ON 17. He shall have the direction of the subsistence and diet of the convicts in the hospital; but his order for all articles of comfort or indulgence which are not included in their regular hospital rations shall be in writing and for a term of not more than one week. SECT1ON 18. He shall attend upon all insane convicts, and, if in his opinion they can be removed to the prison hospital without detriment or danger to the other patients or inmates of the prison, he shall order them to be so removed and shall see that they have sufficient daily exercise outside their cells or places of confinement. SECT1ON 19. Neither the warden nor any oflicer appointed by him and by the commissioners shall be employed in any business for private emolument or which does not pertain to the duties of his Oflice. SECT1ON 20. The oflicers of the prison, except the clerk, physician and chaplain, shall, while on duty, wear such uniform, cap or badge as the warden and commissioners may from time to time prescribe. SECT1ON 21. The oflicers of the...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236951557
  • 9781236951557