Report of the State to Investigate Provision for the Mentally Deficient: Pursuant to the Provisions of Chapter 272 of the Laws of 1914. Transmitted to the Legislature February 15, 1915
J.B. Lyon Company, printers, 1915 - 628
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Strona 316 - One who is capable of earning a living under favorable circumstances, but is incapable, from mental defect existing from birth, or from an early age, (a) of competing on equal terms with his normal fellows; or, (b) of managing himself and his affairs with ordinary prudence.
Strona 454 - ... child may be endangered or not properly cared for if not placed in such colony; and thereupon it shall be the duty of such officer or board to whom such application may be made to place such child in said colony.
Strona 315 - Idiots, that is to say, persons so deeply defective in mind from birth or from an early age as to be unable to guard themselves against common physical dangers.
Strona 5 - States or any foreign country, and, through the chairman of the commission or any member thereof to administer oaths and to examine witnesses and papers respecting all matters pertaining to the subject, and to employ necessary clerical and other assistance.
Strona 444 - All feeble-minded persons, resident of the state, who, in the opinion of the superintendent of said school are of suitable age and capacity to receive instruction in said school and whose defects prevent them from receiving proper training in the public schools, and all idiotic and epileptic persons resident of the state may be admitted to their respective departments under such conditions and regulations as said board shall prescribe.
Strona 53 - Such female shall be so returned in the custody of one of the persons employed by such board of managers to convey to such institution females committed thereto, who shall deliver her into the custody of the sheriff of the county from which she was committed. Such sheriff shall take such female before the magistrate making the commitment, or some other magistrate having equal jurisdiction in such county...
Strona 454 - Discharge of inmates. — The superintendent of the village, with the approval of the managers, or any committee thereof duly empowered to act for the board, shall have the power to discharge inmates sent to the village, through mistaken diagnosis, or for other proper causes, provided that such discharge shall be to the superintendent of the poor, commissioner of public charities or other officer through whose application the inmate was received into the village, and provided further, that should...
Strona 513 - to Study and to Report on the Best Practical Means for Cutting Off the Defective Germ-Plasm in the American Population.
Strona 462 - Bureau of Juvenile Research," and shall employ competent persons to have charge of such bureau and to conduct investigations. The Ohio Board of Administration may assign the children committed to its guardianship to the Bureau of Juvenile Research...