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" Preventive institutions, such as truant homes, industrial schools, etc., for the reception and treatment of children not yet criminal, but in danger of becoming so, constitute the true field of promise, in which to labor for the repression of crime. "
Legislative Documents - Page 15
by Iowa. General Assembly - 1880
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Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Prison ..., Volume 26

Prison Association of New York - 1871
...schools, etc., for the reception and treatment of children not j criminal, but in danger of becoming so, constitute the true field of promise, in which to labor for the repression of crime. XXII. More systematic and comprehensive methods should V? adopted to save discharged...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Charities and Reform of the State of ...

Wisconsin. State Board of Charities and Reform - 1879
...declaration of principles, uses the following language: "Preventive institutions, such as truant homes, industrial schools, etc., for the reception and treatment...promise in which to labor for the suppression of crime." A distinguished jurist of France, who is an associate member of the Parliamentary Commission on Prison...
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Annual report of the executive committee of the Prison ..., Volume 26

1871
...schools, etc., for the reception and treatment of children not yet criminal, but in danger of becoming so, constitute the true field of promise, in which to labor for the repression of crime. XXII. More systematic and comprehensive methods should be adopted to save discharged...
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Transactions of the National Congress on Penitentiary and ..., Issue 277

National Congress on Penitentiary and Reformatory Discipline - 1871 - 642 pages
...schools, etc., for the reception and treatment of children not yet criminal, but in danger of becoming so, constitute the true field of promise in which to labor for the repression of crime. Here the brood may be killed in the egg, the stream cut off in the fountain ;...
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Annual Report, Issue 26

Correctional Association of New York - 1871
...schools, etc., for the reception and treatment of children not yet criminal, but in danger of becoming so, constitute the true field of promise, in which to labor for the repression of crime. XXII. More systematic and comprehensive methods should !*> adopted to save discharged...
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Report on the International Penitentiary Congress of London Held July 3-13, 1872

Enoch Cobb Wines - 1873 - 493 pages
...orphan-asylums, and the like, designed for children not yet criminal, but in danger of becoming so, constitute the true field of promise, in which to labor for the prevention and diminution of crime. Here the brood may be killed in the .egg, the stream cut off in...
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Report of the International Prison Congress Held in London, July 3-13, 1872 ...

Allen Folger - 1873 - 50 pages
...orphan asylums, and the like, designed for children, not yet criminal, but in danger of becoming so, constitute the true field of promise, in which to labor for the prevention and diminution of crime. Here the brood may be killed in the egg, the stream cut ofl' in...
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Public Documents of the State of Wisconsin: Being the Reports of ..., Volume 2

Wisconsin - 1879
...declaration of principles, uses the following language: " Preventive institutions, such as truant homes, industrial schools, etc., for the reception and treatment...promise in which to labor for the suppression of crime." A distinguished jurist of France, who is an associate member of the Parliamentary Commission on Prison...
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Annual report of the executive committee of the Prison ..., Volume 26

1871
...schools, etc., for the reception and treatment of children not yet criminal, but in danger of becoming so, constitute the true field of promise in which to labor for the repression of crime. Here the brood may be killed in the egg, the stream cut off in the fountain ;...
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Joint Documents ... for the Year ..., Part 2

Michigan. Legislature - 1881
...industrial schools, etc., for tin and treatment of children not yet criminal, but in danger of becon constitute the true field of promise in which to labor for the sup| crime." The New York prison association says : "Our juvenile refi are the most effective agencies...
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