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(D) HEALTH AND SANITATION—Continued.

3. HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN_Continued.

Maternity hospitals.
Tuberculosis hospitals. (Provisions for children are specified.

For schools for tubercular children, see “ I-1, Diseased, general

provisions for.”)
Other hospitals, provisions for children in.
Miscellaneous.

4. MIDWIVES-

Registration of.
Regulations for practice of profession; licensing, etc.
Duty to report cases of infected eyes. (See “D-2.")
Duties relative to reporting births. (See D-5, Births and

deaths, registration of.”)

5. VITAL STATISTICS (birth registration, etc.)

Births and deaths, registration of-

State and local authorities (registrars, etc.) charged with

collecting and recording vital statistics; enforcement.
Duty of midwives, physicians, householders, etc., to report

births.
Certificate of birth, contents; illegitimacy, stillbirths, infan-

tile blindness, etc., reportable. (See also “D-2" and

“ D-4.”)
Births, concealment of. (See also "A-5” and “C-1, Miscella-

neous.")
Miscellaneous.

6. MISCELLANEOUS HEALTH LAWS-

Adulteration of candy. (Provisions are given where children are

specified.)
Antitoxins, etc., free to indigent.
Communicable diseases, where children are specified.
Divisions of child hygiene, establishment of. (See also “ D-1.")
Milk regulations.
Public health or visiting nurses.
Vaccination of pupils, etc.
(For alcoholics and narcotics, teaching effect of, see • E-3";

medical and dental examination of pupils, sce E-3”; health
and sanitation in schoolhouses, etc., see “E-3"; health and
sanitation in institutions, see “H-4” and “1-1.")

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7. RECREATION-

Civic and social centers, use of schoolhouses, public buildings, etc.,

for.
Dance halls, theaters, etc., regulation of. (For admittance to, of

minors, see also “C-1.")
Playgrounds and recreation centers.
Public baths.
Miscellaneous.

(E) EDUCATION LAWS:

1. ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISION AND CONTROL (indexed

briefly)—

Boards of education, school officers, etc.
School meetings.

Administrative units: Districts, consolidation of districts, etc.
2. FINANCES AND SUPPORT_GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS.

(These laws are not included. For sanitation of schoolhouses,

etc., see “E-3.")

3. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS AND REGULATIONS-

Age of children entitled to educational facilities; other require-

ments.
Arbor day and other holiday provisions.
Alcoholics and narcotics, teaching effect of.
Colored children, separate provisions for.
Exclusion and expulsion of pupils.
Fire drills; fire escapes.
Health provisions and sanitation in schoolhouses.
Liquor traffic; sale of intoxicants within certain distance from

schools.
Medical and dental examination of pupils.
School discipline.
Subjects taught.
Subnormal children, special provisions for.
Teachers, special qualifications of; attendance at institutes.
Textbooks, free.
Term, length of.
Transportation of pupils.
(For compulsory school attendance, school census, and truant and

parental schools, see “F-2”; civic and social centers and play-
grounds, see D-7"; school children, special aid to, see “H-6";
schools for tubercular children, see “1-1, Diseased, general pro-
visions for "; vaccination of pupils, see D-6.")

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4. SPECIAL SCHOOLS—

Agricultural schools.
Continuation schools.
Domestic science. (See also Vocational, trade, and industrial

schools hereunder.)
Evening schools.
Kindergartens.
Manual training. (See also Vocational, trade, and industrial

schools hereunder.)
Trade and industrial schools. (See also Vocational, trade, and

industrial schools hereunder.)
Vocational, trade, and industrial schools.
Miscellaneous.

(F) CHILD-LABOR LEGISLATION (indexed briefly):

1. CHILD LABOR LAWS-

Minimum age (specifying occupations).
Employment certificates and records.
Hours of labor (specifying occupations).
Street trades.
Public exhibitions.
Enforcement.
Violations and penalties.

2. COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE-

Ages between which attendance is compulsory.
Attendance required.
Attendance of working children (day, evening, and continuation

schools included).
Enforcement; attendance and truant officers, etc.
School census.
Violations and penalties.
Truant and parental schools.
(For employment during school hours, etc., see “ F-1.")
(For compulsory school attendance of defectives, see “ 1–1.")

3. APPRENTICESHIP-

Who may bind children as apprentices.
Terms of indenture (including schooling while employed, etc.).
Duties of parent, guardian, master, and apprentice.
Penalties for violation; master, apprentice.
Apprenticing by institutions; by overseers of the poor. (For this

subject, see H-4”; “H-6, Almshouses, children in ”; and
“H-6, Poor relief.”)

4. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION—EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY.

(All provisions in which minors are specified; minor employed,

illegally employed, etc.)

5. MISCELLANEOUS.

(In indexing preference is given to title “F-1.")

6. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.

(Provisions for children are specified.)

7. EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN (see also “F-1") —

Before and after childbirth.
Hours of labor.
Minimum wage.
Seats, etc., provisions for.

(G) STATE, COUNTY, AND MUNICIPAL CARE OF CHILDREN; GEN-

ERAL PROVISIONS FOR ADMINISTRATION, SUPERVI-

SION, AND MAINTENANCE:
1. STATE BOARDS OR DEPARTMENTS (names of boards, etc., speci-

fied, and each treated separately)

Creation and organization.
Jurisdiction, powers, and duties-

Children under direct control of. (See also “ H-5.")
State and other institutions and agencies under control and

jurisdiction of.
Miscellaneous

Constitutional provisions.

Provisions for creating, etc.; funds for maintenance.
2. COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL BOARDS OR AGENCIES.

(H) DELINQUENT, DEPENDENT, AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN

(see also G”):
1. GENERAL-

Acts which render child delinquent (certain specific acts, smok-

ing cigarettes, carrying weapons, etc.).
Adult responsibility for delinquency and dependency. (See also

“H-3.")
Capacity to commit crime.
Definitions—classes considered delinquent and dependent.
Delinquent and dependent, bringing into State.
Dependent and neglected, commitment and care of-

Court having jurisdiction, etc.
Certain provisions apart from juvenile court and institu-

tional laws, which do not properly fall under subjects

given below.
Miscellaneous.

2. TREATMENT OF DELINQUENT MINORS APART FROM JUVE-

NILE COURT AND INSTITUTIONAL LAWS-
Court having jurisdiction.
Provisions for treatment of minors-

Above juvenile-court age (generally between 16 and 21).
In States having no juvenile-court law.

3. JUVENILE COURTS-

Creation, designation, and organization of court; appointment,

term, and qualifications of judge, etc.
Jurisdiction-

Children of certain ages; delinquent and dependent as de-

fined.
Of parents, guardians, etc.; of contributory delinquency and

dependency, etc.

Extent of jurisdiction in general.
Probation officers-

Appointment, duties and powers, compensation, etc.
Referees, etc., appointment and duties of.

(H) DELINQUENT, DEPENDENT, ETC., CHILDREN_Continued.

3. JUVENILE COURTS-Continued.

Procedure

Petition; summons; trial, how conducted, etc. ; appeal, etc.
Release pending hearing; recognizance, detention homes, etc.
Final disposition of child-

Placing under probation-leaving child in its home, placing

in a family home, etc., or committing to detention home, etc.
Commitment to an institution; powers and duties of insti-

tution to which committed.
Advisory board, appointment, organization, and duties of, etc.
Disqualification of child.
Contributory delinquency and dependency.
Miscellaneous-

Civil liability of child; medical care of child during pro-

ceedings, etc.

4. INSTITUTIONS FOR DELINQUENTS AND DEPENDENTS-

(Name and kind of institution-State, county, municipal, semi-

public, or private-is specified, and each is treated separately.)
Institutions for delinquents (State) —

Establishment, organization, management, and maintenance.
Supervision and inspection by State board, etc. (See also

“ G.")
Health and sanitation-regulations and inspection.
Object and jurisdiction of institution

Age limitations.

Classes of children committed and received.
Courts or judges committing-

Procedure.
Term of commitment.

Jurisdiction and supervision after commitment.
Examination on entering institution; provisions for treat-

ment.
Expenses and support, liability for (parent, county).
Treatment of inmates-

Exceptional offenders, special provisions for.
Defective children, transfer and removal of.
Correctional methods.
Education and training.

Employment in institutions.
Placing out and apprenticing of children,
Parole-Transfer--Discharge.
Miscellaneous.

are

(County, municipal, semipublic, and private institutions

treated similarly; provisions for financing, State aid, etc., and
for licensing of private institutions are specified.)

Institutions for dependents (State)-

Establishment, organization, management, and maintenance.
Supervision and inspection by State board, etc. (See also

“G.").
Health and sanitation-regulations and inspection.

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