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APPENDIX G

CITATIONS OF ALL STATUTES RELATING TO PROBATION,

JUVENILE COURTS, ADULT CONTRIBUTORY DELINQUENCY AND JUVENILE HOMES, ENACTED DURING 1915

The Eighth Annual report of the Commission (for 1914) contains citations of all of the above statutes enacted up to January 1, 1915.

ALABAMA:
GENERAL Acts.
No. 498. Probation in cases of desertion and non-support by husbands

and parents; appointment of probation officers, their duties

and powers; penalty of violation of probation (on page 560). No. 506. Juvenile courts and probation. Amends Laws of 1907, p. 390

(on page 577). LOCAL ACTS. No. 110. Juvenile detention homes in Mobile County; appointment of

officers; under control of juvenile court commission of the

county (on page 30). No. 128. Juvenile court and probation in Mobile County; jurisdiction

and powers of court; appointment of salaried probation officers; appointment of unsalaried juvenile court commis

sion (page 115). No. 361. Juvenile court and probation in Jefferson County. Amends

Laws of 1911 (on page 268). CALIFORNIA: Ch. 631. Juvenile courts and probation. Repeals 1909, ch. 133 and sub

sequent amendments. CONNECTICUT: Ch. 56. Payment of fines by probationers; manner of payment. Amends

1905, ch. 142, sec. 4. Ch. 64. Appointment of probation officers; duties. Amends 1905, ch.

142, sec. 5. DELAWARE: Ch. 671. Juvenile court of Wilmington; distribution of fines collected.

Amends Laws of 1911, ch. 262. FLORIDA: Ch. 6841. Detention homes and schools for delinquent children may be

established in any county. Ch. 6906. Adult contributory delinquency. Ch. 6919. Appointment of probation officers in counties of 60,000; compensation.

GEORGIA:
No. 210. Juvenile courts and probation in counties over 60,000; appoint-

ment of salaried probation officers; duties, powers and com-
pensation; procedure; detention homes; adult contributory

delinquency. IDAHO: Ch. 83. Punishment for desertion and non-support of husbands and

parents. Amends Rev. codes, sections 0781 and 6782 as

enacted by Laws of 1907, ch. 303. Ch. 104. Probation in cases of persons under 25 years of age; to be in

charge of probation officers of the juvenile court; penalty

for violation of probation. Ch. 135. Mothers pensions. ILLINOIS:

Page 369. Adult contributory delinquency. Repeals Laws of 1905, p. 189. Page 378. Probation system. Amends Laws of 1911, p. 277, sections 2,

3, 4, 7, 9, 12, 13 and 14. Page 470. Abandonment of wife or children made a misdemeanor; release

of defendant on probation. INDIANA: Ch. 73. Non-support of wife or children; penalty; suspension of sentence

and probation. Supplements Laws of 1913, ch. 325 (aban

donment of children by parent). Ch. 77. Attendance officer to act as probation officer in counties inder

25,000 where no probation officer has been appointed. Ch. 179. Desertion of wife or children; penalty. Amends Laws of 1913,

ch. 325 (abandonment of children by parents) sec. 2. IOWA: Senate File 560. Juvenile courts; detention homes and schools; procedure

Amends code, sections 254-a, 15, 16 and 20. Senate File 16. Juvenile courts; detention homes and schools; medical

attention for indigent children brought before the court. Amends code, sec. 254 by adding sections 254-b

to 254-1. MAINE: Ch. 27. Appointment of assistant probation officer for county of Cum

berland; compensation and duties. Amends Laws of 1905,

Private and Special Laws, sections 1 and 3. MASSACHUSETTS: Ch. 254. Appointment of assistant probation officers in certain courts

outside of the city of Boston. MICHIGAN: No. 308. Treatment and control of neglected and delinquent children;

jurisdiction of probate court and the powers of probate judge; appointment of probation officers; detention rooms. Amends Laws of 1907, No. 6, sections 1, 3, 5, 6 and 7, as amended by Laws of 1909, No. 310; 1911, No. 262, 1913, Nos. 228 and 363 and adds new section 12-a.

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MINNESOTA:
Ch. 3. Detention homes may be established in counties of 200,000 to

300,000 population. Ch. 228. Establishing detention homes for Hennepin County; woman

probation officer to be appointed as matron. MONTANA: Ch. 52. Juvenile courts and probation. Amends Laws of 1911, ch. 122,

sec. 14. NEBRASKA: Ch. 24. Appointment of probation officers for juvenile court. Amends

and repeals section 1249, R. S. of 1913. Ch. 168. Appointment of probation officers for all courts of record;

salary; suspension of sentence; transfer of probationers to another county. Amends and repeals sections 9145, 9149 and

9151, R. S. of 1913. NEW HAMPSHIRE: Ch. 30. Appointment of probation officers in towns not having a

municipal court. Ch. 96. Juvenile court proceedings not to be published by newspapers.

Amends Laws of 1907, ch. 125, sec. 3. NEW JERSEY:

Ch. 246. Welfare of children; probation. NORTH CAROLINA: Ch. 222. Juvenile delinquents; care, reformation and training; appoint

ment of salaried probation officers. NORTH DAKOTA: Ch. 179. Juvenile court; appointment of District Juvenile Commis

sioner. Amends Laws of 1911, ch. 177. OHIO: Page 458. Definition of delinquent and dependent children. Amends sec

tion 1644 and 1645, General Code. OKLAHOMA: Ch. 111. Repeals sec. 4420; Revised Laws providing for appointment of

salaried probation officers. Ch. 149. Abandonment of wife or child; punishment; probation. OREGON: Ch. 90. Mothers pensions. Amends Laws of 1913, ch. 42, sections 1,

2, 5 and 10. Ch. 147. Juvenile courts in all counties. Amends sections 4407 and

4408, as amended by Laws of 1913, ch. 249, section 1, of

Lord's Oregon Laws. PENNSYLVANIA: No. 183. Care of neglected and delinquent children; provides for board

of children committed. Amends Laws of 1903, No. 205, sec

tion 6 as amended by Laws of 1913, No. 469. No. 428. Salaries of probation officers of the courts of Philadelphia.

Amends Laws of 1913, No. 399, sections 4 and 9.

RHODE ISLAND:
Ch. 1185. Juvenile courts in district courts; procedure; probation; deten-

tion quarters; State probation officer to assign probation
officers for service in juvenile courts; compensation of such

officers; volunteer deputy probation officers to be appointed. SOUTH DAKOTA: Ch. 119. Juvenile courts and probation in each county; procedure; vol.

unteer probation officers to be appointed. Repeals Laws of

1903, ch. 89; and Laws of 1909, ch. 298. TENNESSEE: Ch. 135. Suspension of sentence in felony cases where a plea of guilty

has been received; release of defendant on parole. VERMONT:

No. 92. Juvenile courts and probation. Amends Laws of 1912, No. 113.
No. 101. Probation in cases of desertion of wife or child.
No. 174. Continuation of probation in cases of intoxicated persons.

Amends Laws of 1912, No. 200.
VIRGINIA:
Ch. 114. Desertion of wife or child; probation; designation of police

officers as probation officers. WASHINGTON:

Ch. 135. Mothers pensions. WEST VIRGINIA: Ch. 70. Juvenile courts and probation; procedure; appointment of

salaried probation officers; detention homes. WISCONSIN: Ch. 13. Probation in cases of minors guilty of a misdemeanor or of a

felony for the first time. Amends sub-section 1 of section

4725-a of the Statutes. WYOMING:

Ch. 25. Pensions for mothers and children.
Ch. 72. Desertion of wife or children; probation.

Ch. 99. Dependent and delinquent children; care of; State supervision.
ALASKA:
Ch. 46. Juvenile courts; when the court is to act. Amends Laws of

1913, ch. 32, sec. 9. HAWAII: Ch. 100. Desertion and non-support of wife and children; suspension of

sentence. PORTO RICO: No. 37. Juvenile courts and probation in each district; procedure;

appointment of volunteer probation officers; detention of children.

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