Reports to the General Assembly of Illinois at Its ... Regular Session

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The State, 1889

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Page 277 - Neither the general assembly nor any county city, town, township school district or other public corporation, shall ever make any appropriation or pay from any public fund whatever, anything in aid of any church or sectarian purpose, or to help support or sustain any school, academy, seminary, college, university, or other literary or scientific institution, -46controlled by any church or sectarian denomination whatever...
Page 183 - Elmira, and the courts of this state imposing such sentence shall not fix or limit the duration thereof. The term of such imprisonment of any person so convicted and sentenced shall be terminated by the managers of the reformatory, as authorized by this act, but such imprisonment shall not exceed" the maximum term provided by law for the crime for which the prisoner was convicted and sentenced.
Page 183 - ... in the legal custody and under the control of the board...
Page 10 - It shall be the duty of the General Assembly to provide, by law, for the support of Institutions for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, and of the Blind, and also for the treatment of the Insane.
Page 16 - The clothing to be furnished each patient, upon being sent to the hospital, shall not be less than the following: For a male, three new shirts, a new and substantial coat. vest, and two pairs of pantaloons of woolen cloth, three pairs of woolen...
Page 26 - That when any person is supposed to be insane or distracted, any near relative, or in case there be none, any respectable person residing in the county, may petition the judge of the county court for proceedings to inquire into such alleged insanity or distraction.
Page 277 - ... creed, church, or sectarian denomination whatever ; nor shall any grant or donation of personal property or real estate ever be made by the State, or any city, city and county, town, or other municipal corporation for any religious creed, church, or sectarian purpose whatever...
Page 295 - If they are entitled to be paid out of the public funds, even though they are under the control of sectarian denominations, simply because they relieve the state of a burden which it would otherwise be itself required to bear, then there is nothing to prevent all public education from becoming subjected, by hasty and unwise legislation, to sectarian influences.
Page 55 - His books and all documents relating to the school shall at all times be open to the inspection of the trustees, who shall at least once in every six months carefully examine the...
Page 72 - ... Act to regulate the State charitable institutions and the State reform school, and to improve their organization and increase their efficiency," approved April 15, 1875, as amended.

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