Legislative Documents Compiled by Order of the ... General Assembly, Volume 1

Contains the reports of state departments and officials for the preceding fiscal biennium.

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Page 5 - ... certified as authentic by the governor or chief magistrate of the state or territory from whence the person so charged fled, it shall be the duty of the executive authority of the state or territory to which such person shall have fled, to cause him or her to be arrested and secured...
Page 20 - America, for the payment of which well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
Page 10 - The stairways should always be of iron, stone, or other indestructible material, ample in size and number, and easy of ascent, to afford convenient egress in case of accident from fire. XIV. A large hospital should consist of a main central building, with wings. XV. The main central building should contain the offices...
Page 16 - All losses to the permanent, School, or University fund of this State, which shall have been occasioned by the defalcation, mismanagement or fraud of the agents or officers controlling and managing the same, shall be audited by the proper authorities of the state.
Page 9 - Every Hospital having provision for two hundred or more patients, should have in it at least eight distinct wards for each sex, making sixteen classes in the entire establishment.
Page 14 - That upon due proof, by the authorized agent of the State or States, before the com.missioner of the general land office, that any of the lands purchased were swamp lands, within the true intent and meaning of the act aforesaid, the purchase money shall be paid over .to the said State or States...
Page 5 - In all cases in which, under the laws of the United States, oaths or acknowledgments may now be taken or made before any justice of the peace of any State or Territory...
Page 11 - ... ventilation, in connection with the heating, is indispensable to give purity to the air of a hospital for the insane; and no expense that is required to effect this object thoroughly can be deemed either misplaced or injudicious.
Page 9 - No Hospital for the Insane should be built without the plan having been first submitted to some physician or physicians who have had charge of a similar establishment, or are practically acquainted with all the details of their arrangements, and received his or their full approbation. 5. The highest number that can with propriety be treated in one building is two hundred and fifty, while two hundred is a preferable maximum.
Page 20 - ... then this obligation to be null and void, otherwise to remain in full force and effect.

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