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STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES

FOR THE YEAR 1914

IN THREE VOLUMES
WITH APPENDIX TO VOLUME ONE BODND SEPARATELY

VOLUME THREE

This volume contains the constitutional provisions and laws which

have relation to the work of the State Board of Charities,

and the rules and by-laws of the Board.

TRANSMITTED TO THE LEGISLATURE FEBRUARY 15, 1915

ALBANY

J. B. LYON COMPANY, PRINTERS

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THE STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES -

Commissioners and officers of the Board '■'•

Provisions of the Constitution relating to the Board 7

STATE CHARITIES LAW:

Article 1. Short title: definitions (88 1-2) 21

2. State Board of Charities (88 3-20) 21

3. State Charities Aid Association (i| 30-32) 37

4. Regulation of State charitable institutions (88 40-52) 3S

5. Syracuse State Institution for Feeble-Minded Children (88 60-

71) 8.1

6. State Custodial Asylum for Feeble Minded Women (88 80-83).. 80

7. Rome State Custodial Asylum (§5 90-05) 92

8. Craig Colony for Epileptics («S 100-115, 117) 105

9. New York State Hospital for the Care of Crippled and Deformed

Children ($§ 130-138) 142

10. New York State Hospital for the Treatment of incipient Pul-

monary Tuberculosis (88 150-103) 14(1

11. Institutions for Juvenile Delinquents (81 180-214) 185

12. House of Refuge and Reformatory for Women (88 220-233)... 182

13. New York State Woman's Relief Corps Home (§8 250-257) 198

14. Thomas Indian School (88 270-276) 207

15. Licensing dispensaries (88 290-296) 211

16. Licenses for placing out destitute children (88 300-308) 220

17. Aged, decrepit and mentally enfeebled persons (88 320-324) 22:!

18. Care of inebriate women (88 340-348) 224

19. Burnbam Industrial Farm (88 360-372) 220

20. Shelter for Unprotected Girls (88 380-391) 23:!

21. Anchorage at Elmira (88 400-419) 230

22. General provisions applicable to charitable institutions (88 450-

461) 24C

23. Laws repealed; when to take effect (88 470-471) 252

AGRICULTURAL LAW:

Examination of food products at State Institutions 257

A lmshouse farms 267

AXTI-BUTTEBINE LAW 268

COMMISSION ON SITES, GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS 259

COMMISSION TO MAKE INQUIRY:

Relief for widowed mothers 262

COMMITTEES FOR INCOMPETENT PERSONS 264

LETCH WORTH VILLAGE 265

NEW YORK CITY REFORMATORY OF MISDEMEANANTS 273

NEW YORK STATE REFORMATORY FOR WOMEN. BEDFORD:

Commitments 273

NEW YORK STATE TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS:

Management of, control of Inmates of 274

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PDBLIC BUILDINGS LAW: • PAG*

New York State Soldiers and Sailors' Home 278>

Public buildings generally — Fire protection of public buildings 281

NORTHERN NEW YORK INSTITUTION FOR DEAF-MUTES:

May receive pupils 283

STATE COMMISSION FOR IMPROVING THE CONDITION OF THE BLIND. 284

STATE INDUSTRIAL FARM COLONY 287

WESTERN NEW YORK INSTITUTION FOR DEAF-MUTES 280

STATE REFORMATORY FOR MISDEMEANANTS 290

EDUCATION LAW:

Medical Inspection 293

Compulsory education 297

Physiology and hygiene 308

Fire drills 310

Orphan schools 311

Instruction of deaf-mutes and of the blind 312

New York State School for the Blind 31!)

Retirement fund for teachers In State institutions 327

LIQUOR TAX LAW 830

STATE FINANCE LAW:

FlBcal year 332

Deposit of moneys by State officers 33a

Deposit of moneys by charitable and benevolent Institutions 333

Proofs required upon audit by the comptroller 833

Regulations for the transmission of public moneys 334

Accounts and contracts 334

Itemized and monthly accounts of public officers 336

Inspection of supplies and entry In books 342

Deposit In banks of moneys received by State Institutions 342

Annual Inventory and report of Institutions 343

Rendition of accounts 343

Statements, of accounts not rendered, of accounts rendered 344

Indebtedness not to be contracted without appropriation 34.">

Specific appropriation not to be used for other purposes 343

Payments to State treasurer 34."i

Contracts In pursuance of appropriations 34fi

Estimates for purchases of staple articles of supplies 340

State rnlsed products to be preferred 346

State contracts not to be assigned without consent; penalties If done.... 346

Annual reports to Legislature by institutions entitled to receive money

from State 347

Statement of desired appropriations to be filed with comptroller 347

Duty of comptroller as to tabulation of statements 348

Separate specifications for contract work for the State 348

POOR LAW:

Article 1. Short title; definitions Hi 1, 2) 341)

2. County superintendents of the poor (If 3-14, 350

3. Overseers of the poor (|( 20-30) 364

4. Settlement and place of relief of poor persons (18 40-57).... 3711

5. Support of bustards (58 60-75) 402

6. Soldiers, sailors and murines (88 S0-S5) 40!)

6a. Relief for women nurses (88 80, 87) 41N

7. State poor (§8 90-104) 421

8. Duties of State Bonrd of Charities; powers of State Charities

Aid Association (It 115-121) 42S

9. Miscellaneous provisions Iff 130-148) 432

10. Laws repealed: when to take effect (SS 160, 161) 441

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